Tag skin care

5 Natural Ways to Help Reduce the Appearance of Stretch Marks 1

Mar27

stretchFirst of all let’s be clear. Stretch marks can’t ever be completely removed. They occur when there’s a tear in the middle layer of our skin; the dermis. This then forms scar tissue. No pills, creams or surgery can do anything about it. Think about it – to remove the scar tissue (such as with surgery) you’d have to replace it with something else, which would create another scar in its place! continue reading »

Caffeine Cosmetics: Coup or Con? 2

Aug20

Caffeine seems to be the new “miracle” ingredient in cosmetic products these days – but what products are available on the market right now and is there any real proof that caffeine works? Let’s find out. continue reading »

The Fake Tan Nightmare – Top 5 Tips To Make It Look Great! 1

Aug18

I’m sure you all heard about the risks you are exposing yourself to with each tanning bed session. In addition, “thanks” to the solar storms this year, the UV rays are too high to even consider getting a natural tan at the pool or at the beach. Well, that only leaves room for the one solution we all hate: fake tans. continue reading »

Foods To Avoid For Acne Prevention 10

May20

We often hear people say that our body is a temple and that anything we eat matters significantly to our well being. Maintaining a good diet is one of the keys to a healthy life, as it is a preventive measure. Eating right lessens the risk of us developing serious illnesses, or even a simple health problem, such as acne. continue reading »

Using Fish Oil to Naturally Improve Your Skin 7

Apr18

A lot of people with skin problems look for the latest miracle cure for things like acne or dryness. Other folks might be trying to reverse aging or get rid of wrinkles that have built up over the years. continue reading »

The 6 Major Health Benefits of the Sauna 8

Apr14

Saunas are not only relaxing, but they are physically and psychologically beneficial. While it is commonly thought of as a luxury spa treatment, it is actually very accessible to most people as they can even have a sauna system installed at home. Here are some of the many health benefits of saunas. continue reading »

Keep Your Skin Healthy By Avoiding These Bad Acne Habits 12

Dec28

We’ve come a long way from the time when people used to believe that eating chocolate cause acne. There are still a few myths and misconceptions that surround the topic, but the picture has cleared up a little. We know more about acne than ever and there are numerous treatments options for you to try. But no matter which direction you go, it’s important not to accidentally make the situation worse yourself.

Sometimes we are our own worst enemies when it comes to acne treatment. Whether it’s a lack of patience or general education, there are huge mistakes and bad habits that can increase the likelihood of breakouts. Here are some things you should be aware of so that you don’t limit your own possibilities for getting clear skin in the future. continue reading »

Natural Herbs to Improve Skin Health 2

Aug11

The market is currently flooded with various products aimed at treating, preventing, or covering up acne. Outside the fact that these products can be incredibly expensive, it must also be recognized that they all come with their own specific ingredients (most of which we’ve likely never heard of) and side effects. continue reading »

10 Ways to Look 10 Years Younger 3

Aug8

Ask any 40 or 50 year old woman what her number one wish is, and she’ll probably give you the popular ‘to look younger’ answer. Aging is a natural process, and none of us are immune from getting older; but who says we have to look our age? continue reading »

From Sprays to a Propane Mosquito Killer: Getting Serious About Mosquito Protection 3

Aug5

You want to enjoy your time outdoors, but you have these annoying mosquitoes that bite. They buzz around you incessantly, taking aim at your exposed skin. continue reading »

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