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What’s Alpha Arbutin and Where Does It Come From?

What’s Alpha Arbutin and Where Does It Come From?

Posted by Dr. Hannah Sivak on Jan 17th 2020

Let’s start at the beginning. What is bearberry? A plant. What is arbutin? A chemical. Now that we sorted that out, let’s look at the details. This is a plant that has been used in folk medicine t … read more
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10 Ways to Be Kind to Your Skin | Skin Actives

10 Ways to Be Kind to Your Skin | Skin Actives

Posted by Dr. Hannah Sivak and Brendan Leonard on Jan 9th 2020

The pressure to look good has never been greater. And it changes all the time. It seems like it was just yesterday we didn’t even have snapchat filters! But this constant need to look good, to look o … read more
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SKIN ACTIVES COMMUNITY LAUNCHES TODAY!

SKIN ACTIVES COMMUNITY LAUNCHES TODAY!

Posted by Brendan Leonard on Jan 8th 2020

New Year, new loyalty program! Our mission remains the same as it's been since day one: educating and empowering our customers to become their own skin health experts while providing them with the … read more
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Happy Holidays From Dr. Hannah

Happy Holidays From Dr. Hannah

Posted by Dr. Hannah Sivak on Dec 20th 2019

Dear all, I wish I could write “proper” cards to everyone of you. Every time I see a good review or I recognize a name on the forum that I have seen for years, it makes me happy. Proud and happy. … read more
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How Do You Take Care of Combination Skin? | Skin Actives

How Do You Take Care of Combination Skin? | Skin Actives

Posted by Dr. Hannah Sivak and Susan Katz on Dec 16th 2019

What is Combination Skin? Combination skin is probably the norm, in the sense that some areas of the skin produce more sebum than others. However the T-zone, which includes the forehead, nose, and … read more
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