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A pimple is generally an adolescent problem, affecting both boys and girls. The exposure of a pimpled face causes great anxiety among the growing teens. They feel shy to face their friends and others with such a pimpled face. Pimples are a kind of inflammation or lesion that develops on the skin. The oil glands or sebaceous glands of the skin are infected by bacteria and cause growth of pimples. They can be cured by home remedies and by keeping the body hygienic.
Published by +Paulose 63 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Learn to protect your skin from the sun and other elements. Some amount of sun is vital for good health and natural vitamin D, but overexposure to its rays can cause grave damage. Many people worship the sun and aren’t content without a beautiful tan. That is fine if you follow special tips that can keep you safe and your skin protected. Without proper safety, you can be prone to premature aging, skin cancer and other dangers affecting your skin and lips.
Published by Susan Lee 76 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Are you desperately seeking to reduce Reduce Acne Breakouts? Well rest assured that By Following this Easy Guide to Clear Skin, you will soon be in a position where acne breakouts are few and far between. Even though acne is a part of growing up for most people, there are many changes you can make to minimize its frequency.
Published by Charles M.R. Bowen 76 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
When most people ask the question "How do I know if I'm getting too much sun?", are either concerned about Vitamin D toxicity or Sun Stroke - both which are good things to be concerned about. Though there are several easy ways to relieve your concerns and make sure you're never at risk for either of those conditions.
Published by Epic Strategist 78 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Graying of hair is part of the aging process. Certain medical conditions can cause premature graying of hair due to lack of pigmentation. A Caucasian developing grey before the age of 20 or an African American developing grey hair before the age of 30 is known as premature graying of hair. With several home remedies for premature graying of hair, this article will help you regain lush growth of black hair.
Published by Nisha Danny 79 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Cellulite makes the skin look ugly, unattractive and unsightly. Getting rid of cellulite naturally requires you to eat a wholesome, nutritious diet, steer clear of refined foods, exercise regularly and follow a consistent lifestyle. Cellulite home remedies such as coffee grounds and certain aroma oils aid in the process of cellulite removal too.
Published by Dr Shweta U Shah 80 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Decubitus ulcers are common among the elderly and people who cannot move about by themselves. They are caused by pressure of tissue between a surface and the bony prominence. In other words, a person lying in bed may have pressure on a hip. The pressure between the bed and the hip bone can cause skin breakdown.
Published by Charlene Collins 80 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
What causes hair loss? Excessive hair loss and dramatic thinning of hair can be due to variety of different conditions. A major reason for hair loss is genetics. Shedding of hair can mostly be due to natural cycle of hair growth and it is natural to lose 50-100 strands of hair a day. In this article, you will learn about different conditions that can contribute to hair loss.
Published by Nisha Danny 81 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Sunscreens are designed to protect the skin from the ultraviolet rays of the sun. The damaging UV rays are called UVA and UVB. You may have seen people who spend a lot of time out in the sun without any UV protection. Their skin gets wrinkly and weathered looking. The skin of a person who doesn’t use protective sun screen or shield themselves from the sun’s rays is more susceptible to getting melanoma and other kinds of skin cancers.
Published by Charlene Collins 81 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Facts about your hair Hair is fundamentally a variety of skin. It comprises of protein known as keratin and grows all over on the human body with the exemption of the eyelids, lips, the palms of hands along with soles of the feet. Each hair shaft is made of 2-3 inter-twined coatings of keratin which grow from a hair follicle underneath the skin. Hair grows more rapidly during summer and a little leisurely during night.
Published by Niitesh Mundra 81 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are several affordable, natural, plant- and animal-based treatments for age and liver spots. The best treatments are simply to apply food to the affected areas, being that food has been proven to make humans well since time out of mind. These treatments can be undertaken at home and spare the costs of invasive cosmetic surgery such as skin bleach and laser treatment.
Published by A. Cardott 81 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
There are more advantages to Botox than many think. Recent studies show Botox can help with Bruxism. Bruxism is a dental problem many who grind their teeth in the night begin to face. Studies found Botox improves Bruxism; but does not cure the ailment. Besides Botox Omega 3 Oils work nicely on a person's aging skin.
Published by Stacey Gaubatz 81 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Dos and Don’ts for Acne Prone Skin! If you are suffering from regular acne breakouts then you must take all the prevention tips to avoid acne. Acne is a common skin ailment faced by both men and women which can be treated easily. In this article you will learn about the Dos and Don'ts for acne prone skin.
Published by Ruby 81 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 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 81 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
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 81 months ago in Dermatology & Skin Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
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