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Bye Bye Pasty Pale Skin! by Jenny Sue .. Posted Wed 10 Feb 2010 12:00am Yes this is me in front of a fire truck, photo taken by my 4 year old, story to come and relevance to title of pale skin to follow... Pasty, pale, dull skin is the pits. Nothing puts me in a worse mood than that type of skin I just described, and I'm living with it right now. It seems like this has been the col ... Read on »
Bye Bye Pasty Pale Skin! by Jenny Sue .. Posted Wed 10 Feb 2010 11:39am Yes this is me in front of a fire truckphoto taken by my 4 year oldstory to come and relevance to title of pale skin to follow... Pastypaledull skin is the pits. Nothing puts me in a worse mood than that type of skin I just describedand I'm living with it right now. It seems like this has been the coldest winter ... Read on »
Basic makeup series: Foundation for pale skin by Zoffe Posted Tue 07 Apr 2009 12:00am This post is obviously not going to be helpful to everyone but I figured I'd make a post on this subject because it's something I've had a lot of trouble with myself because of my pale skin. It seems that most makeup brands forget the palest and darkes skin tones when they make foundation and I think that's sad. Using a foundation that's t ... Read on »
Healthy Looking Skin Year Round by Chris .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 20 Jan 2011 7:46am James Jordan Dull, pale and lacklustre skin in the winter months? It is not unusual as most of us are lacking the sun this time of year hence the lack of colour – yet the funny thing is some people manage to maintain a glow year round, without any artificial tanning or creams. What’s the secret? is it true that health comes from the ins ... Read on »
Pale Is The New Tan by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 22 Aug 2010 11:01pm Being pale has long been a curse in the US, in the age of tanning beds, fake tans, and California babes. We look at redheads with pity; freckles are terrible bothers; skin whiter than it is dark is shameful; and tan lines should be nonexistent, or else. Once summer ends, you look around and find people whose tans have yet to fade, and so ... Read on »
Prevent Oily Skin by Adopting The Right Skin Care Regime by Danny & Susan S. Health Maven Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 3:28pm Oily skin tends to appear shiny and feel ‘greasy’ to the touch, with pores that tend to be enlarged and prone to blackheads, whiteheads and pimples. The skin outside the T-Zone however, can be normal or even tend toward dry. This is more common than a uniform oily skin and does tend to require different approaches for each of the different skin t ... Read on »
Too Pale to Run a Marathon by Dori Manela Posted Tue 15 Mar 2011 9:33am Thank you all for being so excited for me and my new gig writing for NBC New York! Yesterday, my second post went up! Dori’s Quest: The Refine Method is a review of Refine Method , the workout I have been obsessed with for the last few months. This review is the first in a series I will be working on at NBC New York called Dori’s Ques ... Read on »
Flushed Skin Is the New Tan by Fit Bottomed Girls Patient Expert Posted Wed 09 Dec 2009 11:00am Credit: hannadooley It’s no secret that I have pale, pale skin. And I’ve been told on occasion that I have skin that has pink undertones. I’ve always known this because I’m one of those people you see at the gym who has a bright, red sweaty face no matter what activity they’re doing. And I’ll carry some of that flush around with me (at ... Read on »
Aging Gracefully: Skin care in your 20's, 30's, 40's and beyond by Danny & Susan S. Health Maven Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 2:03pm Invest some time and care today and your skin will thank and reward you tomorrow!   These days it seems everyone wants to have younger looking skin. Unfortunately, even the most expensive skin care products, with all their claims of 'reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles', can't turn back the years. However, don't despair! Ther ... Read on »
How to get glowing skin by Kate H. Posted Thu 24 Feb 2011 5:11pm The skin is the largest organ on your body and a major organ of excretion, but often people don’t prioritize taking care of their skin leading to a dull unhealthy looking complexion. Have you ever heard the saying “Prevention is better than the cure” ? Well it is true and with that being said I believe it  is better to take care of your skin now ... Read on »