Topics :: skincare
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By EDGE | Thursday Apr 18, 2013
Emergency! Is that unsightly blemish ruining your day? Not to fear. EDGE enlisted the expert advice of Dr. Rebecca Baxt for tips and tricks to survive any situation.
By Matthew Wexler | Wednesday Mar 27, 2013
Whether you’re smooth or scruffy, EDGE offers exclusive advice from Dr. Allan Peterkin on how to save face.
By Heather Cassell | Wednesday Mar 6, 2013
After a harsh winter your skin probably needs a refresher to get sun kissable beach and pool ready. Forget the expensive creams concocted in labs, skincare is getting back to earth with natural products that help slow the aging process.
By EDGE | Monday Feb 18, 2013
Dermatologist Dr. Rebecca Baxt sets the record straight (and that’s about all she’s setting straight) for those of you who think you are doomed to having bad skin. She also identifies actions that may actually be sabotaging your complexion.
By Matthew Wexler | Friday Feb 1, 2013
Looking for a pick-me-up that doesn’t involve a Botox-filled syringe that will leave you as expressionless as Cher? Turn back time with EDGE’s top choices for maintaining that delicate skin surrounding the windows to your soul.
By EDGE | Friday Jan 18, 2013
Winter is a great time to travel but changes in climate and humidity can put additional stress on your skin. Dermatologist Dr. Rebecca Baxt shares must-know travel tips for EDGE readers that will keep you looking fresh .
By Matthew Wexler | Wednesday Jan 9, 2013
Forget the chemical peel to achieve that smooth-as-a-baby’s-bottom complexion and instead rely on our suggestions for ten of the best facial moisturizers and products to keep you looking young and fresh.
By Mark Thompson | Monday Nov 12, 2012
If good grooming products make you happy, then think about sharing those elixirs with the nice (and the naughty) on your holiday gift list.
By Mark Thompson | Wednesday Oct 24, 2012
Two good things happen for your skin with the advent of autumn: you’re less prone to sun damage - and you’re drinking red wine again. Red wine contains resveratrol, which activates collagen production while also blocking certain aging processes.
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