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Collagen has long been touted as a potent weapon against the appearance of aging. “In its natural form, it’s vital to support the structure of the skin”, says New York City dermatologist Dr. Allan Kling. “Collagen gives skin elasticity. But exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays may significantly reduce collagen production.
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Tanning damages the skin and it is not recommended by most dermatologists, but if you must, follow these rules. Avoid noonday sun. Your chances of developing a sunburn are greatest between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Always wear sunscreen. According to Alan Kling, M.D., a New York City dermatologist, if your skin tans easily, you should apply sunscreen with an SPF.
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Indoor heating and outdoor temperatures can dry your skin and even nasal passages, which in turn can lead to increase susceptibility to cold germs. To stay hydrated from the inside out, try these strategies from experts including Alan Kling, M.D., a New York City dermatologist.
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Do those high tech skin care terms and products have you in a daze? Take heart. Getting a glowing complexion is easier than ever, say the experts. Start here with the essentials, check out the best regime for your skin type, then discover what’s what in promising new treatments.
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Most people think hot showers are good for the skin , but actually they rob it of moister. When you stand in a hot shower for longer than 10 minutes, you strip away the natural layer of oil from the skin’s surface.
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In some cases, deformities or discoloration may signal disease. Extremely pale nails, for example, may indicate anemia; yellow are almost always a sign of a fungal infection, but may indicate diabetes.
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Dr. Alan Kling has treated hundreds of patients with minoxidil and so far, he says, the main result has been the cessation of loss rather than demonstrable growth. “Minoxidil keeps the hair at a plateau”, Kling says. “Any increase is a windfall”.
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