Today a stranger asked me what I used for my skincare routine. I have always struggled with finding out which products worked for me. It all started when I asked one of my patients what she used because she looked *20 years* younger than her true age......and her secret was #retinol and #glycolic acid. So ever since then I’ve been incorporating those two things in my daily routine .....and of course SPF everyday!!! It’s never too early to start taking care of your #skin . #drinkwater#eathealthy#wearsunscreen
1. CosRx salicylic acid daily gentle cleanser
2. AlumierMD tinted SPF moisturizer
3. Neostrata Glycolic Renewal cream - 10% glycolic acid
4. Retinol - tretinoin cream as prescribed by my Dr.
5. PeterThomasRoth - water drench hyaluronic cloud serum
6. Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta ultra gentle daily peel
7. PeterThomasRoth - water drench hyaluronic cloud cream hydrating moisturizer .
A picture I found of a younger me. This was a special moment in my journey-The first time in this life I was learning what it was to love my soul.
Despite the fact I had a crazy infection and was seriously unwell, was fasting most days despite the body’s needs, a little obsessed with asana- I had (and still have) so much to understand - my heart felt strong and I began to see a glimpse of my abundance.
This time in space gave me unbelievable teachings, friendships and courage to serve my souls journey rather then my insecurities.
Thank you past self and hang in there 🙏🏻💕🐯
I had this “goal” when I was younger that by 25 I would be married with two kids, self-employed, and a homeowner. .
Well…things didn’t quite turn out that way. .
After 35 laps around the sun I am childless (by choice), living in a rental (also by choice) and I work for the MAN (at a government job I LOVE). .
I AM married - to a wonderful man that makes me laugh even when shit is literally falling apart around us. He is the light to my darkness, my partner in crime, and one of the smartest, coolest, most compassionate, and REAL people I have ever met. .
35 years have taught me to wear sunscreen (minimum of SPF 50), life is not fair, you deserve only what you work your ass off to get, work hard but play harder, relish time with your family, learn to cook at least one good meal, eat and drink well, unexpected happiness is the best kind, and roll with the punches. .
And thank you to my mother - who on this day 35 years ago birthed nothing less than a legend (just kidding - SHE’S the freaking legend!!! Love you Mama!) Cheers to another year of unexpected living!
I don't care who you are EVERYONE needs a good spf. Sunscreen use can help prevent skin cancer by protecting you from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays. Anyone can get skin cancer, regardless of age, gender or race. In fact, it is estimated that one in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime.
Put it on EVERY day if you will be outside. The sun emits harmful UV rays year-round. Even on cloudy days, up to 80 percent of the sun’s harmful UV rays can penetrate your skin.
Snow, sand, and water increase the need for sunscreen because they reflect the sun’s rays.
I was looking for a selfie to post from Morocco to promote my latest vlog post, then realized - I took almost no photos! I went into full vlogger mode, but I think since I filmed in 4K, I can probably pull out selfies from videos, like here? Click the link in my profile for a guided meditation in a rainy riad!
How AMAZING was Rachel’s Australian Themed Wear? Rachel ‘s outfit depicted the powerful Aussie sun that we all know and love, but also brought awareness to the importance of sunscreen due to the high rate of skin cancer in Australia ☀️ Photo: @ipportraits #missglobalaustralia
From Gonzaga High School in Washington, D.C. to @vesselhostel in San Juan, La Union 🌊 As Mary Schmich says, the older you get, the more you need the friends that knew you when you were young. Thanks for visiting Adrian, @philliphernandez! Come back soon! #wearsunscreen @gonzagagoodnews
#ManiLoves !!! It’s #FRIYAY 🥂🥂🥂and you know what that means... we want to give one lucky follower our super sexy, ultra chic, UPF 50+ UV protective Pink Lightening #ManiGlovz ⚡️⚡️⚡️ All you have to do is Follow @maniglovz, like this post and tag 2 friends in the comments! Winner will be announced on Monday! For an extra entry, share this post to your feed or stories and GOOD LUCK!!! This giveaway is not sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Instagram.
Routine is key for your beauty regimen and the one product that should always be included is sun protection. @drdorisday tells @newbeauty that after she washes and cleanses her face, she always applies Eryfotona Actinica because, “Sunscreen is critical” for her skincare routine. #ISDINUSA
Trust experience, trust a board certified dermatologist, trust LUX Dermatology. From skin cancer to general dermatological issues, we have the most advanced treatments and therapies. Connect with us to learn more 👉🏻www.lux-dermatology.com
“Don’t go in the sun — you’ll get ..Dark” Welcome to 50 shades of brown. There’s universal stereotypes about who’s the most racist: People assume it’s Americans. What people wouldn’t guess is that there is a toxic, derogatory and widespread racism within people of color. Beauty within people of color, at least in South Asians and many other ethnicities is judged by the fairness of one’s skin. If you haven’t already thrown up, wait for this - Different continents use Europe’s standards of beauty. Sounds like insecurity and self esteem issues to me. For years women have been petted against each other all while judged by fairness. What’s superbly sad is that even now in 2018 people of color still have this fetish with fairness. Now don’t get me wrong you can love any color of the rainbow you want - pun intended. But if somebody’s skin color alone makes you find them more or less beautiful is what’s wrong. To any girls who have been shunned for their skin, bleached their skin or done any other f’ed up remedy - get woke! You are beautiful confident and will kickass as you are! Don’t let someone with male privilege or any other messed up mass media privilege tell you how to look at yourself in the mirror and love yourself. For the record: I still do not recommend going out in the sun but thats because “Prolonged ultraviolet radiation is the #1 cause of skin disease.” 🤓#thatsall#wearsunscreen#50shadesofbrown#unfairandlovely#brownwomen#women#loveyourself#staywoke
We LOVE the passion and enthusiasm of all of our giveaway winners! We work so hard to source only the best quality UPF fabrics for our #ManiLoves that we decided to do ANOTHER giveaway to continue to spread the LOVE! Keep checking back for details and stay tuned! 💕
#repost @lisalisanaildesigns “Thankful to have these @maniglovz that I won. They are UPF 50+ for LED/UV light. Protect your beautiful skin. 💅
I have the Crushed Glass glovz.” 💎💎💎
🚨LUNCH TIME POST🚨
Yes, you need to Wear Sunscreen in Winter. With the temperatures beginning to dip and the sun setting earlier each day, your first impulse may be to stow a favorite SPF under the sink.
The need to protect your skin against UV damage is a year-round commitment.
Protect the Skin your in against aging, pigmentation and Cancer. #wearsunscreen#lookafteryourskin#skinprotection#skinspecialist#skintreatment
👩🏼⚕️ El bronceado en interiores es un gran negocio: esto no pronostica nada bueno para la salud de las personas
✔En 1994, un estudio sueco encontró que las mujeres entre 18 y 30 años de edad que visitaron los salones de bronceado tenían una incidencia siete veces mayor de melanoma (El cancer de piel mas agresivo)
✔En otro estudio, las personas expuestas a sesiones de bronceado, tenían un aumento significativo de daño solar, lo que indica que la radiación ultravioleta (UV) en salones de bronceado es tan peligrosa como los rayos UV del sol
✔Y en el 2002, un estudio de Dartmouth Medical School encontró que los usuarios de camas solares tienen 2,5 veces más riesgo de tener carcinoma de células escamosas y 1,5 veces más riesgo de presentar carcinoma basocelular
✔La industria del bronceado se basa en dos argumentos engañosos: en primer lugar alegan que, dado que el melanoma es causado principalmente por quemaduras solares, un bronceado "controlado" ayuda a prevenir el melanoma induciendo la producción de melanina
✔En segundo lugar, señalan que los rayos UV que inducen la síntesis de vitamina D en la piel, ayudan a prevenir el cáncer de mama, de próstata y de colon, así como otras enfermedades
✔Los expertos rechazan estos argumentos. Señalan que nuestra dieta proporciona toda la vitamina D que necesitamos
✔Además, broncearse para aumentar la melanina es contraproducente. El bronceado, como las quemaduras solares, causa un daño genético a las células de la piel, no sólo aumenta el riesgo cancer, sino que también acelera el envejecimiento cutáneo
✔La FDA ha impuesto medidas estrictas sobre los dispositivos de bronceado. La eliminación de salones de bronceado sería 100 por ciento lo más eficaz. Y podría salvar millones de vidas
✔Consulta con una dermatologa. #tupielesasuntonuestro#draclaudiahdezderma#notepasesconelsol#wearsunscreen#theresnothinghealthyaboutatan
Un filtro que no solo te protegerá del sol, si no que ayudara a tu piel⠀⠀⠀⠀
WHITE IN MIL SUN de G9SKIN es un filtro solar que textura con múltiples beneficios, textura ligera y sin tono blanco. ⠀⠀⠀
▪ Niacinamida.- Ilumina el rostro y con propiedades anti-inflamatorias⠀⠀
▪ Vitamina C – Ayuda a iluminar y tener un tono uniforme ⠀⠀
Es ideal para👌:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
✔ Proteger la piel del sol, manteniéndola humectada ⠀⠀⠀
✔ Prevenir y contrarrestar la líneas de expresión y arrugas⠀⠀
✔ Aclarar y regresar la piel a su tono natural⠀⠀
Modo de uso🧖♀️:⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Sobre el rostro limpio, tome la cantidad necesaria y distribuyala uniformemente en el rostro
I don’t talk about having #cancer all that often many people never know or find out that’s what most my scars are from. It doesn’t always look like much but #skincancersucks in the last decade the number of new #melanoma cases has increased 53%. This scar is from 2012 so no you are not too young to get cancer. #skincancerawarenessmonth is in May but if you spend a lot of time in the sun or have fair skin you should be getting checked twice a year. So please get checked ❤️