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Skin care tips from our Jeune Skin Care Aestheticians. Learn more about Jeune Skin Care at UW Health Transformations near Madison, WI and request your free skin care consultation. http://www.uwhealth.org/10067
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Chemical peels are cosmetic procedures using a chemical solution to rejuvenate the skin, thereby improving and smoothing texture and clarity. There are several types, ranging in strength. Which Chemical Peel Is Right for You?

Which Chemical Peel Is Right for You?

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Four Steps to Glowing Skin

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Exfoliation encourages cell renewal, the process by which your skin replenishes itself. By revealing new skin and sloughing away the old, you're also improving the skin's ability to absorb products that you apply on your skin and giving your skin that healthy glow.

Why Should You Exfoliate?

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How often do I apply my sunscreen? What SPF strength should I be using? Get answers to your questions about sunscreen.

Ask the Jeune Skin Care Experts: Sunscreen Q & A

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13 Everyday Habits That Are Aging You

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If you're uncertain about what the SPF number stands for in your sunscreen, you're not alone. Learn about the Sun Protection Factor(SPF) system.

How SPF Ratings Work

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Tips for keeping your skin hydrated in the winter #winterbeauty

Dehydrated Skin: My Skin is Oily. So Why is it Flaking?

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Even if your makeup contains SPF, you may need a separate sunscreen

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Myth: I have to get a tan to look good. Truth: You should know your skin will pay a price! Fine lines and wrinkles, cataracts, sagging skin, and brown spots.

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How to Repair Summer Skin Damage

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Many skin care products claim to include vitamin C, but some ingredients masquerading as vitamin C don't actually increase levels of the vitamin in our skin. Learn what to look for: http://bit.ly/KX0SMV

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How Antioxidants Protect Your Skin

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To maintain SPF, reapply sunscreen every 2 hours (even with high SPF) and right after swimming.

How SPF Ratings Work

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Permanent Cosmetics

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Repair aging skin with TNS

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Options for fuller lips

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Apply self-tanners without the streaks

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