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Why Wear Sunscreen Every Day? Top 5 Reasons To Wear SPFs Daily! Posted by Tiffany Amorosino on July 10, 2018 in

You may know that sunscreen is a good idea, especially if you spend plenty of time in the sun, but do you know why? If you haven't yet gotten in the habit of wearing sunscreen daily, take a look at these top tips for making it part of your routine.
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Summer’s Effect On Premature Aging & Acne Posted by Tiffany Amorosino on July 9, 2018 in

Guest blogger Lisa Stigliano, Medical Esthetician at Bella Santé, explains the relationship between summer sun and premature aging.
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My Experience: Melanoma At 22 Posted by Tiffany Amorosino on June 12, 2015 in

I was diagnosed with melanoma in April of 2005. Growing up on Cape Cod, I spent 90% of my childhood outdoors. I knew what skin cancer was, but never did it cross my mind it would ever happen to me. Not for a moment.

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7 Secret Weapons For Healthy Skin Posted by Tiffany Amorosino on April 26, 2015 in

Returning to our blog this week, guest blogger Nicole Roketenetz, Bella Santé’s Esthetic Director and a Medical Aesthetician, shares her skin care secret weapons to help keep your skin looking and feeling its very best.
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5 Tips For Beautiful, Glowing Skin From A Bella Santé Aesthetician Posted by Tiffany Amorosino on March 4, 2015 in

Guest blogger Ashli Carnicelli, a Bella Santé aesthetician, blogs about her skin care philosophy and offers recommendations to keep skin hydrated and glowing while preventing premature signs of aging.
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Healthy And Beautiful Skin Starts With These Easy Sunscreen Tips Posted by Tiffany Amorosino on June 22, 2014 in

There are a number of reasons to wear sunscreen, and skin cancer prevention tops the list. However, protecting yourself from harmful ultraviolet rays with sunscreen is not just vital for your health, but also for your skin's appearance. In fact, researchers estimate that 90 percent of skin aging is actually sun damage.
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