10 Ways for Effective Skin Spot Treatment

Beauty, General, Skin Care

Sometimes it’s hard to understand what your skin needs to be as healthy as possible. And acne is one of the most common problems among youngsters or teenagers. Acne starts when the pores in your skin get clogged with oil or dead skin cells.

There are some factors that cause acne- like genetic, diet, stress, or infection. There are many treatments for acne like salicylic acid or, niacinamide, they are the most effective spot treatment, but they can be expensive and have side effects too like dryness, irritation, and redness.

So, if you want to try standard clinical treatments make sure you take all the precautions suggested by your doctor, or you can try some of the famous home remedies. Home remedies are also effective and they don’t have any side effects.

So, here is some effective s...

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Skincare Hacks that are Definitely Worth Trying

Beauty, General, Skin Care

Having great-looking and healthy skin that glows is not an impossible dream. There are a number of easy-to-incorporate skincare hacks that should start to make a tangible difference in the health of your skin within a matter of weeks. From knowing which ingredients to look for to moisturizing your body from the inside out, the following tips can really help:

Hyaluronic Acid is Dry Skin’s Best Friend

People who are battling dry skin and are tired of flaky, red and itchy skin should look for skincare products that contain hyaluronic acid. According to dermatologists, the hyaluronic acid skin benefits are numerous and impressive. Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance that your body produces and helps bind water to keep your tissues moist and hydrated...

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A Top Dermatologist Shares 5 Skin-Care Essentials Every Woman Over 40 Should Be Using

Anti-Aging, Beauty, Skin Care

Skin-care routines don’t age well. While it’s true that any skin routine is better than none at all, Bloomfield Hills, MI dermatologist Linda Honet, MD explains that in order to see the line-reversing, firming results we’re after, it’s crucial to transition our skin-care routine as we age.

“Because our skin, being a unique living organ, is continuously changing along with us,” says Dr. Honet, “I often tell my patients that every decade reveals a new ‘you,’ with new skin issues and new skin-care needs. What worked for you in your twenties or thirties will no longer be appropriate or even relevant for your over-forty skin.”

Here, Dr. Honet explains the ins and outs of how skin ages, and why a proper skin-care routine is crucial to get ahead of the anti-aging game.


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9 Skin Care Tips For Sensitive Skin

General, Skin Care

Saying that you have sensitive skin is a bit of a generic term, and can apply to a whole range of people with different types of skin and sensitivities.

You may have sensitive skin that reacts to many kinds of common skincare ingredients which aren’t normally a problem, you could have excess skin inflammation left over from a rosacea flare-up, or, you can have sensitive skin because sometimes you go a bit overboard with harsh exfoliants or stripping skincare products.

No matter the reason why your skin is asking for a little extra TLC, we have you covered.

Below, we will go over 9 tips to help keep even the fussiest skin less red, irritated, dry, and bumpy.

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    Wear sunscreen

UV rays can be irritating to the skin even when they don’t cause a “sunburn”...

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Why Skin-Care Experts Put This Face Mask on the Top of Their List

General, Health and Wellness, Skin Care

Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, it appears we’ll be wearing face masks in public for quite some time now. While these masks are vital for helping to halt the spread of the disease, they’re not necessarily doing any good for our skin—and we have the mask to prove it.

“The skin of the face is not designed to be occluded for extended periods of time,” explains New York dermatologist Doris Day, MD. “Your breath is meant to be expelled into the air, not land back on your skin.” That breath, when trapped against the skin, leads to increased humidity and then, when the mask is removed, the skin gets overly dry as the water evaporates out of the skin and takes moisture from the skin along with it.

“This is called dyshidrosis, which is a condition we see from extremes of wet an...

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How to Have Beautiful Anti-Aging Skin

Anti-Aging, Skin Care

How to Have More Beautiful Skin at any Age

After listening to Dr. Lakey’s infomercial from Beverly Hill MD I realized… some things he spoke about I definitely agree with. I agree with doctor Lakey about the sagging jawline and other areas on the skin as being indicators of age. To stay youthful even into our 80s he says there are certain things that will help us determine that future one is what we’re going to do about wrinkles and sagging skin.

That is what I’m going to discuss today and how I have managed to turn back time to avoid wrinkles over the decades...

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Find Your Youthful Skin with Ceramides

General, Skin Care

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Find Your Youthful Skin with Ceramides

It is a great time to be alive for anyone who wants to keep youthful in their appearance. I say that because there are a number of excellent products that can help your skin reduce wrinkles and scientific research has been done to prove it. The finding of biologically active moisturizing oils known as ceramides are an exciting example which has been getting a lot of deserved attention lately.

Ceramides are a family of waxy lipid molecules and fatty acids that maintain skin’s moisture and a youthful appearance...

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Skin Care Chemicals You Need to Know About

General, Skin Care

Have you ever considered the number of chemicals that are in the products that we put on our skin every day?

It is not so much what soap we use although that is important, but the chemicals in our make-up, the skin lotions we slathered on and the SPF’s we use to prevent sun damage. Then of course we all do house cleaning which may require a large variety of chemicals to be on our hands which may be also inhaled. Without going into too much too soon, lets look at some skin products that could be potentially harmful. The first one that comes to mind for me is mineral oil. I once read in a Vogue Magazine that mineral oil was harmful for the skin, so over these decades I have just looked to avoid mineral oil in anything I apply to my skin...

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