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These are beautiful plants, some flowering, further masking their sinister side effects. And they are an invasive species, meaning they are increasingly found in many parts of Canada. If you are gardening, hiking or cottaging this summer, it's advised you familiarize yourself with what these plants look like so you can steer clear.
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Why, at closer to 30 than 20, did my skin suddenly and unexpectedly resemble a painful slice of pepperoni pizza? I never experienced acne as a teen, and was utterly puzzled as to what was going on with my face just a few short months ago.
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Perhaps you've thought of trying one of the many at-home handheld devices, such as the Quasar MD Plus that Kim Kardashian uses (apparently, she's "really big on laser facials"). LED skin treatments all the rage nowadays. Here's what you need to know about them.
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From using the right hair removal products to all-natural exfoliating recipes, here’s a list of tips to ensure your legs get noticed.
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Achieving soft and radiant skin may seem like an impossible task, but we’re going to let you in on a secret -- getting that summer glow is easier (and cheaper) than you think.
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It's a very simple principle, any system that is in harmony tends towards health, well-being and sustainability. A system that is in disharmony tends towards illness, disease, suffering and collapse. The same rule applies to your skin.
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Skin care experts weigh in.
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Wouldn't it be swell if the harshest season of the year also didn't make us dry, chapped and flaky? As if enduring -26 degree temperatures isn't torturous enough, our skin vehemently protests, and getting our complexions back to a healthy, happy state can seem like no easy feat. But it is!
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This holiday season, give your body the gift of good winter skincare products.
Spoiler alert: Drink LOTS of water.
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It's all about the sparkling eye this Diwali!
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A year ago, 32-year-old Melissa Mok wasn't feeling well. She developed flu-like symptoms that quickly escalated into mysterious blisters that covered her entire body, head to toe, inside and out. Puzzled, Melissa's doctors placed her into quarantine while trying to figure out what was overtaking her otherwise healthy body.
While some of us are using the new power of 3D printers to make smartphone cases and chocolate figurines, two engineering students from the University of Toronto are using them to print functional human skin.