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5 Things You Should Know About the pH of Your Skin-Care Products

By Brittany Burhop Fallon, Beauty Director November 26, 2018
Cosmetic chemist Michelle Wong shares her expert intel.
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Ph: Test Your Skin And Products At Home

By NewBeauty Editors March 21, 2015
Figuring out the pH of your favorite products can be tricky on your own, but over-the-counter pH-testing kits, available at drugstores nationwide, take the guesswork out of it. You can […]
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Factors That Affect Your Ph

By NewBeauty Editors March 10, 2015
When we’re born, our skin is the most neutral that it will ever be in terms of pH. The body has a natural alkaline reserve to counteract excess acidity, but […]
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Detoxification And Dehydration

By August 11, 2010
Getting a detox treatment at the spa? Experts recommend drinking plenty of water in order to combat detoxification’s potentially dehydrating effect. However, you should wait at least 30 minutes after […]
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A Few Drops For Dramatically Healthier Hair

By Marci Robin August 2, 2010
When we think of restorative conditioning treatments, we typically picture thick, once-in-a-while hair masks. But one of our favorites is actually a much lighter, simpler daily option. Additionally, Terax formulated […]
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Are Ahas A Problem For Skin’s Ph?

By April 28, 2010
Alpha-hydroxy acids are common in skincare products and are the main ingredient in many chemical peels. When AHAs first became available, they caused substantial irritation because they were too acidic. […]

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