Category Archives Skin Care

Laser Treatments for Psoriasis

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, approximately 7.5 million Americans suffer with psoriasis. Although it can affect people of all ages, it is more common among adults. Laser treatment is one of the newer forms of psoriasis therapy. And according to research, it can clear up the skin by an average 90 percent. Psoriasis is considered a serious medical…

full-body peel

Professional and at-home exfoliating acid peels can help regenerate skin on the arms, legs, chest, and tummy. Although chemical body peels use the same skin-boosting acids as facial peels, they're usually more concentrated. Body peels can be used to correct dryness, rough patches, uneven skin, wrinkles, and acne. If you’ve tried chemical peels for the skin on your face --…

Dry Elbows and Knees

Saggy knees and wrinkled elbows can certainly be an unpleasant sight. As the inimitable Nora Ephron once jokingly said, “If your elbows faced forward you would kill yourself.” A little dramatic? Maybe, but it's good to know that these signs of aging can be reversed. Elbow and knee skin sags, wrinkles, and loosens with each birthday. Plus, the skin in these…

Acrochordon

A skin tag is an extremely common skin growth affecting 25% of adults. Skin tags are not dangerous. Skin tags are easily removed by your doctor or dermatologist. About 25% of us will get a skin tag at some point in our lives. Skin tags are rare when we’re very young but become more common later in life. Some of…

Get rid of milia spots

Milia can affect anyone, from newborn babies to elderly patients. There are many potential causes of milia, which can often be traced to your skin-care regimen or a separate issue that has affected the surface of the skin. Thick creams and makeups should be avoided if you’re looking to prevent milia What are milia? Also referred to by the terms…

cellulite on the legs

Cellulite is one of the most common aesthetic concerns among women of all ages, and while many products and procedures advertise their remarkable results in combating the condition, few live up to their promises. We asked five board-certified skin care specialists which cellulite removal treatments they believe to be the most effective – and which ones should be avoided. What…

applying concealer to hide redness

Broken capillaries can be the result of a number of different issues; a very common one being too much sun exposure There are many professional and at-home treatments that can help remove broken capillaries from the face or other parts of the body. Wear sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun and to limit spider veins on the face…

Over-exfoliating

You can have too much of a good thing. There are many common signs of over-exfoliated skin that you should be aware of, and options for restoring your skin back to health. There’s no denying that exfoliating is good for your skin. In fact, the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) says that the right amount of exfoliation for your unique…

Magnesium Oil

Magnesium is a cofactor in over 300 reactions of the body. Deficiency is difficult to measure but is indicated in many health conditions. Magnesium oil is not really an oil – it consists of magnesium flakes dissolved in water. This nutrient can help your skin cells grow faster and reduce oiliness. Magnesium is an important nutrient reputed to have tangible…

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