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Thanksgiving Foods Your Skin Will Love


Skincare is a balancing act, and don’t we know it. A small slip (or extra piece of pie) can throw the skin’s pH levels out of balance, causing irritation, inflammation, and even acne. We took a deep dive into the Thanksgiving dinner table to share with you some skin food secrets that can help boost and balance your skin’s complexion – guilt free.

Turkey – Did you know that over 292 million Americans gather for Thanksgiving? That’s a lot of turkey! Have no fear turkey lovers, turkey is an excellent source of protein that aids in collagen and elastin formation.

Dermal Fillers - Mariotti - Nov 2021

Good News, Fillers Are Definitely NOT Just for Lines & Wrinkles


Injectable fillers have quickly become one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the country. While fillers are best known for their ability to temporarily smooth away lines and wrinkles, though, you might not know that dermal fillers can also be used to improve the appearance of these three unexpected spots. 

1. Hands

As we age, our skin begins to produce less collagen and becomes thinner. One area of the body where thinning skin is often most noticeable is on the backs of the hands. Thin skin in this delicate area can make veins more visible,

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