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  • Best skin care for winter

    Best skin care for winter
    Most of us are familiar with the turmoil of winter skin. But for almost every ailment, there’s a cure that can be slathered on. So, which products should be mandatory buying for Chicagoans this winter? We asked a few local skincare pros to weigh in.
  • Summer Skincare Tips

    Summer Skincare Tips
    Adopting a good seasonal skincare routine is essential if you plan on soaking up any amount of UV rays. Just ask Jennifer Silbar. She spends most of her summer on the sand of Chicago’s beaches, but that doesn’t mean she’s basking in rays...

    What's new in self-tanners

    What's new in self-tanners
    If Katie Holmes' sizzling sun-kissed look on the cover of Allure magazine has you reaching for a self-tanner, stop before you slather. Allure's beauty director Patty Tortolani and dermatologist Amy Forman Taub gave us a prep talk as spring — and...

    Organic self-tanners offer a natural alternative to chemicals and harsh sun

     Organic self-tanners offer a natural alternative to chemicals and harsh sun
    Not so long ago "working on a tan" meant a choice among baking in the sun, broiling on a tanning bed or slathering on a chemical-laden self-tanner that left streaks, smelled awful and imbued skin with a distinct fake orange glow. Today, there's another...

    Tuesday, July 10, 2012

    The dangers of self-tanning Dr. Holly Gunn, Chief Resident of Dermatology at Lancaster Skin Center, talks about the risks associated with using self-tanning products. Many people "self-tan" as an alternative to sitting out in the sun.   Getting your...