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Liz Skincare
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Serving up your daily dose of beauty. Skincare Expert, Master Educator + Wellness Center Owner. (at Liz Skincare)
Serving up your daily dose of beauty. Skincare Expert, Master Educator + Wellness Center Owner. (at Liz Skincare)

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Reasons why you shouldn't sleep with Makeup
You shouldn't sleep with makeup because t he thought of washing your face at night can sometimes be as appealing as curling up with a textbook. And TBH, you’re not even wearing a lot of makeup so what’s the point, right?  Your day-old makeup — plus the swea...

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Dull and Tired Skin
Dull, Tired and Stressed skin.  Imaging a veil over the skin, covering all complexion glows. Skin looks tired strained and no bounce in its step. Skin has overexposed itself and is being scavenged by extrinsic aging. People of all ages complain about a lack...

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New Blog is up, don't forget to leave us a like, and a comment tell us what you think. Also don't forget to share with all of your friends and family. #lizskincare   #lizskincaremiami   #miamibeautyblogger   #miamiskincareclinic  

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Broken Capillaries
What are Broken Capillaries?   Broken capillaries are tiny veins that can appear through the skin on your face, legs and chest. Although these spidery, reddish blemishes don’t pose a serious health risk. B roken capillaries, commonly known as  spider veins ...

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New blog is up don't forget to check us out, leave some comments and like. Also share it with all of your friends

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The Truth About Blemishes and Some Tips
True fact: Acne loves to invade everyone’s skin, regardless of the
color. Unfortunately, this could be more problematic if you have darker
skin. African-American women haveenough melanin that makes theirskin
more resistant to aging. This means you have b...

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Back Breakouts
What causes it?     Back  Breakouts and what causes them?  Your body produces an oil called sebum. It’s made in the glands connected to your hair follicles. Sebum moves up the hair follicles to add moisture to your skin and hair.     Pimples form when extra...

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Hyperpigmentation
Human skin contains melanocyte cells that produce melanin, a pigment found in the skin, hair and eyes, through a process called melanogenesis. Too much melanin leads to hyperpigmented skin, common examples of which include freckles and age spots.  Hyper pig...

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New Year Tips for Amazing Skin
With the new year upon us, it's a great time to look over your beauty routine and see if there are any resolutions you can adopt for even better skin in 2018. In some cases, the best thing you can do is avoid pitfalls of the past to make sure you're setting...

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Cystic Acne
When you’re a teenager, it’s not unusual to have a pimple or two. But if you have large, red, and painful breakouts deep in your skin , it could mean you’ve developed something called cystic acne. These breakouts can be treated. Don’t try to wait them out. ...
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