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Skin health is an important of all around body wellness. Exfoliation of the dead skin using many methods will be examined and explained for good skin health. More people, both men and women are seeing a need to improve the skin on the body and not just concentrating on the face as was the focus in past years.
Published by Roberta Baxter 72 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +20 votes | 13 comments
Health and wellness should be an active part of a tattoo or skin piercing. Learning what to do before you even have your skin touched is not only valuable, but can actually prevent infections which are common with these skin art procedures. Dive into these facts and check out how you can have your appointment at the tattoo parlour a fun and successful experience along with a healthful you long afterwards too.
Published by Roberta Baxter 72 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +13 votes | 12 comments
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Published by Ruby 100 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +16 votes | 12 comments
Margosa tree and the month of March are closely associated. Belonging to the Mahogani family, margosa or neem tree is botanically called Azadirachta Indica, which literally means “free tree of India”. Margosa is commonly found in India. It grows well in tropical and semi-tropical regions. Bitter in taste, all the parts of margosa tree have very rich medicinal values. The health benefits of this tree so great that it is called “a village pharmacy”.
Published by +Paulose 73 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +18 votes | 11 comments
Skin health is most important to maintain with some importance on prevention of infection as well. These facts explain kinds of itches and how to resolve them with simple and smart treatment for more improved skin condition.
Published by Roberta Baxter 77 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +20 votes | 11 comments
The best prevention for heat rash, prickly heat and miliaria is to stay cool.
Published by carol roach 82 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +15 votes | 11 comments
Of course the ideal sunscreen would block out the all the sun's ultraviolet radiation. It would prevent immune suppression or boast immunity to the sun's rays and it would prevent any free radical damage to skin cells. It would not breakdown and cause harmful toxicity to the body and it would last a long time on the skin. It would also feel good and smell good., Unfortunately no such product exists on the market today.
Published by carol roach 96 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +8 votes | 11 comments
Smoking is the surefire way to make you look older and the effects are irreversible. It changes the skin, teeth, and hair in ways that can add years to your looks. It also affects everything from your fertility to the strength of your heart, lungs, and bones.
Published by Alma Galvez 89 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +19 votes | 9 comments
During the early 90s tanning bed is the answer if you want to get that perfect tan without exposing yourself to the harmful rays and heat of the sun. But in this day age you might want to think twice before using it because it might just be as harmful as the sun itself.
Published by Alma Galvez 99 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +8 votes | 9 comments
Each year,more and more women look at thier bodies only to see deposits if fat clumping under their skin to find out,they too have cellulite.If you are looking for the causes of cellulite,the effectiveness of each treatment as well as costs no matter how great or little and the new and upcoming treatments,you are reading the right article because as you will clearly see, no woman is safe from cellulite,no matter how fit!
Published by Tanya Wallace 95 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +17 votes | 8 comments
Photoaging accelerates the natural aging process. Sun worshipers will soon find their youthful look is fading quicker than anticipated. Photoaging is commonly mistaken for the signs of natural aging. Now scientists are starting to believe what was thought of as natural aging is actually the result of skin damage from the sun's radiation.
Published by carol roach 97 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +8 votes | 8 comments
Summer is here and Montrealers are happy to be out and enjoying the bright sunshine. However, sun worshipers must not throw caution to the wind. We do however, have to be aware of the dangers we face when exposing our naked skin to the sun's ultraviolet rays.
Published by carol roach 97 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +5 votes | 8 comments
Imagine applying too much of chemical products and adding unwanted toxins to your body when it is easier to prevent these dark circles from forming.
Published by Suba Lakshminarasimhan 99 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +10 votes | 8 comments
Summer heat and humidity can cause adults as well as children to get heat rash also known as prickly heat or miliaria.
Published by carol roach 82 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +12 votes | 7 comments
Beware of the SPF + 50 factor. The companies are marketing their products as the ultimate protection. The truth be known, again there is no scientific backing to substantiate these claims. The last thing a sunscreen users wants is to be lured out into the sunshine for longer periods of time on the false assumption that they are 100% protected.
Published by carol roach 96 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +5 votes | 7 comments
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