Skincare Manufacturer Likewise Skincare Responds to an Article Detailing 13 Tips Using Food for Better Skin and Hair

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Following an article providing 13 tips for using food for better skin, a representative from Likewise Skincare offers a response.

On October 18, 2012, Likewise Skincare responds to an article published by Time Magazine’s online health column Healthland detailing 13 tips on how to use food for better skin and hair.

According to Nicole McDermott, writer for Healthland, there are 13 foods that can be used to ensure healthier skin and hair. Each recipe is designed for face mask application and body scrubs, and contains common kitchen ingredients, such as bananas, avocados, vanilla extract, lemons, ground coffee and oats.

The Healthland article states, “Good news: There are kitchen DIY projects that don’t require any cooking skills (who knew?). We’ve got 13 homemade solutions — from honey to mayo — for dry irritated skin, rough elbows and unruly hair.”

According to Likewise Skincare representative Lisa Shariat, “It’s important to remember that home recipes for do-it-yourself skincare tend to follow a one-size-fits-all model – taking into account issues such as dry elbows but not specific skin type. While these might be good for targeted and specialized approaches, it’s essential that your daily skin care routine is tailored to your specific skin type. This is why Likewise moisturizers are suited for specific skin types and also contain essential anti-oxidants that are also found in these at-home recipes.”

Likewise Skincare was founded by board-certified dermatologist and President of Likewise, Inc., Dr. Julie Pena. Likewise daily moisturizers are all-in-one but not one-fits-all. Each moisturizer is formulated with skin-balancing toners to work with your specific skin type. The moisturizers use a combination of anti-aging antioxidants, ultra-protective zinc oxide and water-resistant ingredients to keep you protected.


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