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Feed Your Face: What Not to Eat If You Have Itchy Skin

By Dr Jessica Wu

It’s not always easy to identify the cause of itchy skin. Sometimes itching or a rash can be caused by a new cosmetic or skin care product.

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Feed Your Face: Fish Oil for Your Skin

By Dr Jessica Wu

Many of you may be taking fish oil for your heart, but did you know that it can also help your skin stay more healthy and beautiful? Fish oil is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which help replenish your skin’s natural “bubble wrap” of lipids. In addition, these fatty acids fight inflammation and have been shown to help soothe rashes (like eczema and psoriasis) and calm breakouts of acne.

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Feed Your Face

By Dr Jessica Wu

My dear friend, Scott Barnes, is a world-renowned celebrity makeup artist and true creative genius. He’s perhaps best known for giving Jennifer Lopez her famous “lit-from-within” glow (read his behind-the-scenes account of their time together in this month’s issue of Allure magazine). Now he’s just come out with his second book, Face to Face, the follow-up to his bestselling first book, About Face. Packed with gorgeous before and after photos, step by step instructions, and intimate interviews with celeb subjects like Kim Kardashian, Raquel Welch, and Vanessa Williams, his new book is an everyday style guide that any woman can use.

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Feed Your Face: Foods That Fight Skin Cancer

By Dr Jessica Wu

Research shows that 40 to 50 percent of Americans will be diagnosed with either basal cell or squamous cell skin cancer in their lifetime. The good news is that you can help prevent new and recurrent skin cancers by choosing your food carefully (in addition, of course, to using sunscreen and having your skin checked regularly).

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Feed Your Face: How to Grill Healthier Burgers

By Dr Jessica Wu

Eating better for your health (and your skin) doesn’t have to mean giving up your favorite foods --not even burgers or barbecue. It does mean putting some extra thought and preparation into your meals.

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