Let’s face it, winter is coming! If you do not have someone already in place to keep you warm during the long winter nights, then it’s Cuffing season for you. This is a real thing! It’s actually in the dictionary defined as “hook up” season, happening each year between October and Valentine’s Day when singles begin looking for partners to snuggle up with during the colder months.
To help both singles and those already in relationships, Virginia-based dermatologist Dr. Nicole Hayre, MD, FAAD has discovered the connection between the “love hormone,” formally known as oxytocin and younger-looking skin.
Dr. Hayre, a board-certified dermatologist who studied at MIT, conducted the research discussed in this Dermatology Times podcast, which lead her to creating a new skincare line that’s perfect for boosting love levels and nurturing skin. It’s called Cutocin—Love For Your Skin and it’s all about the power of touch. What the video below to learn more.❤️
Shop Cutocin—Love For Your Skin today.
Be on the lookout for Dr. Hayre’s new book: The Love Effect where she helps everyday people understand the science behind how human touch inspires chemical reactions in our physical being. These reactions do amazing things, including making you look like you are glowing from within.
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