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Healthy skin is a reflection of overall health and well-being. Good skincare practices consist of a double approach, internal and topical. Internal skincare is caring for your skin from the inside, by eating a balanced diet, full of beautifying nutrients, providing proper hydration and maintaining low stress levels. Topical skincare is caring for your skin from the outside by helping the epidermis stay strong and healthy. Sunscreen, creams, cleansers, and various treatments are necessary topical solutions for skin.

The inside-out approach to skincare can be summarized by a few basic rules and habits one must follow as part of the daily skincare routine.

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A squeaky clean Korean Beauty trend we are loving is double cleansing.
How does it work? Use one cleanser first to help remove makeup, dirt and oil, followed by another to target more specific concerns like exfoliation.
Shop all cleansers: http://www.muradcanada.com/cleansers.aspx
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Before there was medicine, there was food. An emerging body of evidence suggests that if we ate a healthier diet, we might not need so much medication. Have you ever asked why certain things grow in some places and not in others? Take, for example, oranges, pomegranates, and apricots, which are grown in the Middle East and also in California. These fruits originally came from Southeast Asia but as people traveled, they carried the fruits with them for quick and easy nourishment. For example, sailors planted orange groves along their trade routes to prevent scurvy caused by a lack of vitamin C in the diet. But beyond ease of transportation and transplantation, each of these fruits served a health purpose.

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Boost your results!
Add a weekly mask or peel into your skincare regimen to deliver potent ingredients for targeted treatment. Try our popular Intensive-C Radiance Peel for a radiant, even skin tone. Find it here: http://www.muradcanada.com/intensive-c-radiance-peel.aspx
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Skin brushing is a simple technique that stimulates blood and lymph flow, removes dead skin cells, and encourages new cell growth. You need only a loofah or a body brush with natural rather that you can reach your back and buttocks. To work your whole upper body, start at your feet and work your way up. Brushing the whole body in this way takes between three and five minutes, depending on how many strokes you give to each area. Pay particular attention to the cellulite-prone areas, using small circular movements. It is best done in the morning –the resulting acceleration of blood flow can be quite invigorating. The difference in your skin may be visible after just a few sessions –it becomes very soft and develops a rosy glow. Dry skin brushing must be done gently without harsh or rigorous rubbing that can damage the dermis.

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Whether you live according to your financial budget or only take a quick look at you statement at the end of the month, making sure you are getting the best possible deals is always important. We created this list of tips to help you save on your Murad products, because let’s face it: we all love an opportunity to save some money! Skincare is a regular expense so here are 6 ways you can save on EVERY Murad shipment.

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Cell turnover is an ongoing process. The skin cell forms at the bottom of the epidermis, rises up through that layer, dies, and is shed. It’s nudged free by wear and tear and replaced by a newly arrived cell that has completed the same process. As all of the body processes slow beginning at about age twenty, so does cell turnover. In youth the cells journey from the bottom of the epidermis to shedding, which takes about 28 days. By the time you’ve reached late middle age, it takes about 7-10 days longer. A week and a half doesn’t seem like much, but to a dead cell hanging tenaciously to the skins surface, its time enough to become dried out and crinkle around the edges. That’s why mature skin often feels so rough to the touch. And the irregular surface created by these flaking cells also reflect light differently, so skin appears dull and sallow, with fine lines standing out among the miniscule cracks in the surface.

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People wonder how this fits into my Pitcher of Health and I remind them that the goal of the Pitcher of Health is to help people successfully adopt a better and sustainable way of eating and living. The desire for a little dessert in our lives is almost universal and it’s the reason I developed the 80/20 rule as part of the Inclusive Health® un-diet plan.
Read more about Dr. Murad's 80/20 Rule! http://blog.muradcanada.com/the-8020-rule-for-eating-healthy/

Eighty percent of the time, commit to eating a healthy plant-based diet as laid out in the Pitcher of Health. But the other 20 percent of the time it’s OK to give yourself permission to splurge on your favorite comfort foods, like chocolate.

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Warmer days are here, which means longer nights spent outside and weekend getaways. The result? Less time to spend on your skin.
This wonderful product is about to become your new best friend: http://www.muradcanada.com/invisiblur-perfecting-shield-broad-spectrum-spf30/
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What is this new trend called Multimasking? Multitasking is using two or more different masks at once in order treat your different skin concerns all in one time. It’s a great way to boost your regimen around 2 to 3 times a week.
Multimasking gives you the opportunity to target all the different areas of your skin, such as your forehead, your under-eyes, your cheeks and your chest. It also gives you the opportunity to have a few different masks in rotation, because one mask is never enough!
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