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Gua Sha Guide: Origins, Techniques, and Benefits Posted by Team Bella in

Gua Sha, an ancient Chinese healing technique, involves the use of a smooth-edged stone tool to gently scrape or rub the skin. Gua Sha massage tools, traditionally made from jade or rose quartz, are believed to stimulate blood circulation, promote lymphatic drainage, and balance the body's vital energy, known as Qi. This centuries-old practice is renowned for its ability to deliver essential nutrients to the skin, relieve tension, reduce puffiness, and provide a natural, healthy glow.
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Nail Trends For NOW Posted by Team Bella in

Want to know what's trending for nail colors for fall? We've got you. From a stellar Dazzle Dry line up that includes Pawn and Zest to OPI fall colors like Cave the Way and Brown to Earth, take a look at the most popular nail colors in Boston.
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Summer’s Effect On Premature Aging & Acne Posted by Team Bella in

Guest blogger Lisa Stigliano, Medical Esthetician at Bella Santé, explains the relationship between summer sun and premature aging.
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Embrace Your Own Beauty Posted by Team Bella in

As a part of Bella Santé's mission to inspire people to embrace and celebrate their beauty and imperfections, we're making a few changes. Click through to learn about how our Embrace Your Own Beauty campaign aims to instill confidence in women and men of all ages.
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Natural Beauty Tip: Melon Posted by Team Bella in

Rich in antioxidants and high in skin-friendly nutrients, melons also have significant beauty benefits. Learn more about how botanicals that feature melon and melon oil extracts offer next-generation skin care as gentle exfoliants, moisturizers and soothing serums.
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Five Tips to Cure Dry, Cracked Hands and Nails in the Winter Posted by Team Bella in

Many of  us suffer from dry hands and brittle, discolored and peeling nails in the winter. Indoor heat and a lack of moisture in the air take their toll. Add to that taxing toll the alcohol-based hand sanitizers we typically use to prevent colds and flu, and your hands probably appear rough and dry.
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