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Hydrated, Resilient Stress-Free Skin

Everyone experiences breakouts and acne flareups. During stress, your body spikes in cortisol which triggers excess oil production. Dryness is casued by dead skin cells that accumulate. Begin your routine with a peel will remove dead skin cells, while delivering hydration to help your skin heal. Then, strengthen your skin's barrier with products containing niacinamide (vitamin B3), superfoods and adaptogens to cope with stress.

Dr. Gross recommends:
Your De-Stress Tips From Dr. Gross
1
Work out or take the stairs to reduce your body's hormone levels, such as adrenaline and cortisol. It will also stimulate the production of endorphins, the body's natural painkillers and mood elevators responsible for relaxation and optimism.
2
Meditate to alleviate symptoms of stress and increased control of thoughts and reactivity. Studies have shown that practicing 30 minutes of mindfulness-based stress reduction can make all the difference!
3
Enjoy a nightly cup of tea (sans caffeine, of course) as a relaxing ritual, while boosting internal hydration before bed. Chamomile, ginger, and peppermint are calming choices.

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taylor, get ready for...

Hydrated, Resilient Stress-Free Skin

Everyone experiences breakouts and acne flareups. During stress, your body spikes in cortisol which triggers excess oil production. Dryness is casued by dead skin cells that accumulate. Begin your routine with a peel will remove dead skin cells, while delivering hydration to help your skin heal. Then, strengthen your skin's barrier with products containing niacinamide (vitamin B3), superfoods and adaptogens to cope with stress. asdfdsaf

Dr. Gross recommends:
  • Alpha Beta® Ultra Gentle Daily Peel
  • B3 Adaptive SuperFoods™ Stress Rescue Super Serum
  • B3 Adaptive SuperFoods™ Stress Repair Face Cream
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Your De-Stress Tips From Dr. Gross
1
Work out or take the stairs to reduce your body's hormone levels, such as adrenaline and cortisol. It will also stimulate the production of endorphins, the body's natural painkillers and mood elevators responsible for relaxation and optimism.
2
Meditate to alleviate symptoms of stress and increased control of thoughts and reactivity. Studies have shown that practicing 30 minutes of mindfulness-based stress reduction can make all the difference!
3
Enjoy a nightly cup of tea (sans caffeine, of course) as a relaxing ritual, while boosting internal hydration before bed. Chamomile, ginger, and peppermint are calming choices.