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Chemical Peels 101

If you’ve been wondering what chemical peels are, how they work and whether you should get one done, we’ve summed up a short guide through this treatment technique to help you stay informed and make […]
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Aromatherapy Oils & 5 Ways To Use Them

If you’re into skincare, wellness or beauty products in general, you’ve probably heard a lot about essential oils, aromatherapy and the benefits it has to our health. If all those stories weren’t clear enough or […]
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Infographic: The Effects Of Dehydration

You’ve probably been listening about the importance of drinking enough water for some time now. It may seem logical and essential, but we think we can never emphasize it enough. So here’s another reminder about […]
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GUEST POST: 3 Summer Skincare Essentials

Whether you’re getting ready to hit the beach or relax by the pool, there’s no doubt that summer is here, which means it’s time to stock up of some summer beauty products! From facial cleanser […]
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Causes and Cures for Ashy Skin

Ashy skin is a very common concern amongst the mySkin community. Don’t let ashy skin get your down: we have tips to help ease your skin’s trouble.
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GUEST POST: Top 5 Exotic Spa Treatments

All of us are subject to trends and marketing. In terms of spa and spa business, it is no longer good enough to visit your local spa. Nowadays, people are searching for a global option […]
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Biconi Interviews mySkin!

mySkin loves cooperating with other amazing blogs who work hard to contribute to amazing skin worldwide. That’s why we were thrilled to be a part of Biconi’s Expert Interview Program.
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The acne on your arms isn’t really acne

Warmer weather is here but you are embarrassed to put on that sleeveless dress because you have strange, rough patches of “acne” on the back of your arms. And no matter what you do to treat it, it doesn’t go away.