When your wallet’s on the light side, it’s kind of difficult to justify spending all the money you’ve earned on skincare. Truth be told, caring about your skin doesn’t require you spending wads of cash […]
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Acne is a pretty common problem for many of us. Although younger people are more prone to breakouts, adults can suffer with the embarrassment, annoyance and pain of acne as well. On the horizon are […]
Intense Pulse Light (IPL), also known as broadband light (BBL) and photofacial therapy, is a new procedure implemented by medical professionals these days to treat several skin problems. It is different from laser light treatment […]
Our guest blogger suggests some good non-surgical methods for fighting aging!
SKIN TAGS! May not be very serious, but they may cause severe itchiness, dryness and irritation on your skin. They mostly occur on your face, neck, throat, nose, armpits, inner thighs, under the chest and genital areas. They could be a cosmetic deterrent for you! Here are 7 home remedies to remove skin tags.
Reduce rosacea facial redness by eating healthy, applying camphor oil, staying away from rosacea triggers, dabbing oils at night, consulting a doctor when needed.
Undergoing a surgery needs a lot of mental and physical preparation. Individuals who will undergo plastic surgery must follow standard pre-operative guidelines to ensure a successful operation. This includes several tests which your surgeon will most likely ask you to perform before going under the knife. These series of tests are called preoperative assessments and they are designed to evaluate your body’s readiness for the procedure. Whether the surgery is breast augmentation or rhinoplasty, it is imperative that anyone who is scheduled for a plastic surgery procedure perform the following.
Warm, cool, green, blue- Do you know your skin tone? Wondering which foundation shade with brighten up your face? Are you looking quite yellow with your current foundation shade? Establishing just what skin tone you are is the first step in finding the right colors for you to wear. Read on.
it should be noted that we all have—and need—skin oil (also called sebum). Sebum is necessary for healthy skin. Too little of it and our skin because dry, too much of it and our skin gets too oily. Unfortunately, each of these scenarios can lead to acne. Dry, flaky skin can mix with oil, dirt and bacteria and clog our pores, creating inflammation in the form of acne. Too much oil can lead to clogged pores, in which dead skin, bacteria and more oil can accumulate and, you guessed it, cause acne. The best way to prevent acne is to get oily skin under control.
While skincare products definitely play a role in making sure your skin is flawless, there are ways for you to achieve great skin without breaking the bank. Here are five skincare methods you can give a shot at, suggested by guest blogger, Amanda.