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Calm Red, Irritated Skin: Best Soothing Botanicals

Redness and irritation are often a sign that the skin’s protective barrier has been compromised. Read on to learn how to calm red, irritated skin.
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Non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic skincare for sensitive and acne-prone skin

What Do Skincare Buzzwords Like Non-Comedogenic and Hypoallergenic Really Mean

If you have sensitive, oily and/or, break-out-prone skin, you know the importance of knowing what’s in your products. This post breaks down the details behind beauty buzzwords like "non-comedogenic" and "hypoallergenic."
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Ten Easy Skincare Resolutions for Glowing Healthy Skin in 2020

Ten Easy Skincare Resolutions to Make This Year For Better Skin

2020 marks the start of not only a new year, but also a new decade, and the perfect time to reset your intentions. Get your best skin ever in 2020 with HDB's ten easy skincare resolutions!

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Why are fatty acids important for skin health

The Fat You Want: Fatty Acids Explained

Whether your skin is youthful and radiant or it is showing signs of photoaging or wrinkles, it’s never too late to start using the power of fatty acids in your skincare routine. Read on to learn more about the fat you DO want! 
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Blue light's affects on skin and aging

Does Blue Light Cause Skin Damage? (And What You Can Do About It)

The blue wavelengths of light often associated with electronics like computers and phones can affect the body’s circadian rhythm and disrupt our natural wake and sleep cycle. When the skin’s natural circadian rhythm is off, skin cells aren’t able to maintain their natural nighttime repair process — which can lead to wrinkles, dark under-eye circles, and other visible signs of aging. Read this to find out the best ways to protect your skin from blue light damage.

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Does Dry Skin Lead to Wrinkles?

Does Dry Skin Lead to Wrinkles?

Dry skin can magnify the signs of aging and make you appear older than you really are, but does it lead to wrinkles? In this article, we’re breaking down this beauty myth, talking about dry skin and wrinkles, and giving you tips to help beat the signs of aging ahead!
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Chemical versus mechanical exfoliation for skincare anti-aging and acne

Chemical vs. Mechanical: Types and Benefits of Exfoliation for the Skin

There are two types of exfoliation used in skincare: chemical and mechanical. The goal of both types is to reveal new, fresh skin cells beneath the upper surface of the skin. Read this to learn the difference between the types and best practices for exfoliating! 
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Skin Health: How Does Vitamin C Help Your Body?

Applying skin and hair products rich in vitamin C will defend your skin from sun damage and environmental stress, will kill bacteria growing on skin which will help to minimize acne, and will help skin grow with enhanced strength and flexibility. Vitamin C does so much for us, and in this case, supplements and diet aren't the answer - topical products are!
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Men's skincare with a beard

Men’s Grooming 101: The ultimate guide to skincare with a beard

Beard care is all about nourishing the facial hair and skin underneath to keep it clean, hydrated, and flake-free, as well ss keeping your beard soft, smooth, and tamed. Read this for beard care tips that will keep your facial hair looking and feeling healthy.
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How to maintain healthy skin sebum production for clear, healthy skin

The Skinny on the Skin’s Sebum Production

The amount of sebum the body produces directly correlates with how oily the skin is. (Sebum and oil, however, are not the same thing!) No clue what sebum actually is or how to maintain optimal sebum production? Read this to find out! 
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Top 10 Daily Habits for Beautiful, Healthy Skin

Need to reboot your skin? Try these simple, science-backed skin care tips for maintaining a youthful, healthy-looking complexion.
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Aloe vera plant extract for skincare and acne

Using Aloe Vera for Acne and Improving the Look of Your Skin

Curious about the benefits of aloe vera for acne? Aloe vera is an ancient medicinal plant that holds astringent properties you can use to treat inflammation and infection. Read on to learn about it's top benefits and uses.

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