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Jodeena Soliven, Master Aesthetician 

Treating your neck at Dermatology Associates of Seattle

Treating the skin on your neck is just as important as treating the skin on your face and body.  The neck area is one of the most common places to show signs of aging along with the hands and face.  If you are seeing mottled pigment, freckles, or sun damage on your neck, here are a few helpful hints and tips to understand. 

By Clara Barnett ND, LAc

Mindful eating with Dr. Barnett

Is mindfulness another term for appreciation?  Culturally, we’re entering into an important time of giving thanks.  We become increasingly mindful of being grateful.  But gratitude can happen as often as we take a breath.  Some say that it’s impossible to feel worried or fear if you are in a grateful mindset. 

Jodeena Soliven, Master Aesthetician 

Drug store products vs clinical skincare

Have you ever found yourself at the drugstore contemplating which skincare products to purchase and will actually make a difference on your skin?  Shopping at a drugstore for basic cleansers, moisturizers, body washes, and simple acne spot treatments can be a good inexpensive option, but I recommend taking a look at the ingredients before walking away with one. 

By Clara Barnett ND, LAc

Dr Barnett Good Fats

If you’re like many people, you might be inclined to avoid fat in your diet.  After all, over the years we’ve been told that fat is bad.  The default became carbohydrates and protein.  But fat is an essential nutrient that contributes to invaluable health benefits.  Here a few to keep in mind.

Jodeena Soliven, Master Aesthetician 

5 key ingrediants for even skin tone DA Seattle

Whether you’ve had exposure to sunlight or darkening of the skin due to inflammation, your dark spots can be visibly reduced by using a combination of the below key ingredients.  Melanin, the protein that causes skin to darken, can be influenced by what experts like to call tyrosinase (tie-rah-sin-aze) inhibitors.  Finding products that contain these inhibiting ingredients can help stop melanin production in your skin. 


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