Best Foods for Your Skin

We’re always looking to get the best, most beautiful skin possible. We are testing, examining and documenting when it comes to skin treatments and the results they offer our clients. And, what works for some people may not work for others; the more we learn, the better we are at helping you get your ideal…

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Improve Your Skincare Game by Eating These Foods

At Cilento Facial Plastics we offer a phenomenal variety of high-quality services to leave you feeling refreshed and revived—and most importantly—more confident. Along with the services you choose to get at Cliento Facial Plastics, here’s another way you can boost your skincare game. The following foods are noted for their skin healing and rejuvenating properties.…

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How to refresh your skin during the winter season

As the year progresses, temperature and humidity vary. These can both have a minor to major impact on the health and glow of your skin. For instance, low humidity levels and colder weather can make your skin feel dry. Left untreated, this can sometimes result in cracked or bleeding skin. If you live in an…

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Six Foods to Improve Your Anti-Aging Efforts

At Cilento Facial Plastics, we offer a variety of top tier surgical and non surgical cosmetic surgery options to help you look and feel your absolute best. As part of your anti-aging efforts, consider how you can integrate some of these foods into your daily diet. Nuts Almonds, walnuts, cashews, and more. These tasty morsels…

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How to Choose the Right Sunscreen for You

How do you know if your sunscreen offers the right protection from harmful UVB and UVA rays? Is the SPF high enough? What sunscreen should children use? These are important questions to address in making sure you are getting the best sunscreen protection to shield your skin. Check the ingredients Go to your bathroom cupboard…

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Two Lesser Known Summer Skincare Tips You Should Know About

You can get burned by the sun regardless of the weather. But there is no question that the majority of sun exposure happens during the summer months. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, one in five U.S. adults will get some type of skin cancer in their lifetime due to harmful UV rays. In…

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