A: Exercise is important for your circulation and maintaining healthy body tissues, so if nothing else, it can definitely help you look and feel better. Shoot to exercise for at least 20 minutes daily. Always cleanse your skin thoroughly after breaking a sweat to prevent blemishes from clogged pores.
A: According to Dr. Diana Howard, as a woman enters menopause, she’ll notice many changes to her skin, including: increased sun sensitivity, whiter skin tone, increased facial hair, wrinkles, discoloration and other signs of aging.
A: PCA SKIN Clearskin is a good choice for those who suffer from oily skin. This lightweight, hydrating moisturizer contains marigold, cucumber extracts, vitamin A and other antioxidants to clear up blemish-prone complexions.
A: Try David Kirsch Wellness Afternoon Energy, which contains a combination of natural, mood-boosting ingredients including vitamin B-12, ginseng, reishi mushroom and astralagus. In addition to relieving stress and enhancing energy, this blend increases blood flow and oxygen to the brain so that you can focus more clearly – without the negative side effects of caffeine or sugar.
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