blog — skin condition

What’s your skin care game changer?

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What’s your skin care game changer?

How do you tackle the overwhelming task of getting better skin this year? Choose one game-changing activity, find the expert (we have many!), create just ONE action plan for the month, and then do it. (Not enough time? Create the 'not-to-do list' of things you won't do so that you have time to do the important stuff.

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Lichen Sclerosus, Eczema, Allergies and Your Skin (There's Hope!)

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Lichen Sclerosus, Eczema, Allergies and Your Skin (There's Hope!)

While Angela gets to the root of the lichen sclerosus, eczema and allergies, she's found some relief from MadeOn Skin Care's products: 

"Your Bee Silk stick is the only thing I can use that clears up and relieves my lichen sclerosus. I use your foot rub on my cracked heels and toes. I use your soothing rash cream for both my kids who suffer from eczema and dry skin. I use your Bee Silk on just about every part of my body to help with eczema and dry/scaly skin. We use your bug block sticks and lip balms as well. I love your products for the relief they have brought me and my kids."

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Know the Ingredients in your Lotion [and how they affect you]

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Know the Ingredients in your Lotion [and how they affect you]

What skin care ingredients should you avoid? For one, WATER. Find out why water in your skin care can actually be making your skin worse.

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7 Tips for Caregivers Using MadeOn Skin Care

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7 Tips for Caregivers Using MadeOn Skin Care

Caring for the elderly can be not just physically draining but emotionally as well. MadeOn Skin Care products provide nourishing relief to elderly and sensitive skin. Here are some tips to the best way to use the products for aging skin. 

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You don’t go from Pepsi to Wheat Grass Juice overnight : fixing your skin issues

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You can take control of your skin issues by taking control of your overall health. Kerry Chamberlain guides you through "the low-hanging fruit" as a way to start simple, yet work toward making big progress.

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