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My Exercise Routine and New-Skin® Anti-Chafing Spray Review by healthymama Posted Mon 08 Jul 2013 9:01pm on by healthymama A month ago, I wrote about my new plan to start running again and to use New-Skin® products while doing so. Running with small kids who are constantly around can be a challenge, so I managed to run a few times a week, instead of every day. I noticed how running has made my daily yoga pract ... Read on »
Product Review: Personal Microderm System at by Mayaari Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 12:00am I was given the opportunity to try the Personal Microderm System , a product sold on for a microdermabrasion system at home . This item is used to help with skin problems like changes in skin texture, repairing sun damage to skin, removing skin buildup, and helping to maintain healthy, even toned skin with regular use. ... Read on »
Fitzpatrick Skin-Type Scale - Use the Fitzpatrick Skin Type Chart to calculate your skin type by Danny & Susan S. Health Maven Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 4:53pm One fundamental property of the skin is its ability to respond to ultraviolet radiation (UVR). In many persons and populations these responses are clearly adaptive where the first response, erythema (redness), is both a signal to the sunburned person to stay inside and also a sign that the immune system is active and the healing process has begun ... Read on »
AdorageMD best online Skin Care - For better skin at any age by adelaide Posted Mon 06 May 2013 1:58am We all want glowing, radiant skin, no matter our age. Today, there are many real skin care miracles that can produce amazing results. Few consumers really understand what, precisely within each serum bottle or jar of cream they buy and why it is supposed to improve their skin. While choosing skin care products a consumer must understand wha ... Read on »
Skin Glands and Pores: Their Function and Importance In Maintaining Healthy Skin by Danny & Susan S. Health Maven Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 4:09pm The human skin is the largest organ of the human body and plays several vital roles including, protection, sensation, temperature regulation and communication. In addition, it is also capable of healing itself.   I have discussed the anatomy and physiology of the skin in previous articles and will therefore focus on pores and their associat ... Read on »
Dry Skin - Prevent Dry Skin By Adopting The Right Skin Care Regime by Danny & Susan S. Health Maven Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 3:25pm 1 Comment Simple daily routines, such as bathing, showering and towel drying, may actually promote dry skin. This is because the heat from the shower/bath will open the pores of the skin and thus lead to loss of moisture. You may wish to modify your bathing routine to help preserve your skin's loss of moisture, however, we all need to have showers/baths. ... Read on »
Facial Skin versus Body Skin: How should the body's skin be cared for? by Danny & Susan S. Health Maven Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 5:13pm Most of us look after our facial skin on a daily basis. Why? Because it is on display to the world, however, the rest of our skin should receive just as much attention and the use of a good quality, natural skin care range that includes products for the hands, feet and the rest of your body’s skin is essential for healthy, vibrant looking skin th ... Read on »
How to Treat the 5 Skin Conditions That Affect Runners by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 28 Jun 2010 10:45pm Since I’m a cosmetic chemist I am particularly attuned to information about hair and skin. That’s why I found a recent article in Runner’s World about skin problems interesting. Here is the list of 5 different skin afflictions that most affect runners. I’ll include their list and give my own comments. I’ll also put them in order of how freq ... Read on »
NuCèlle Skin Care: Skin Care for Sensitive Skin by Jen H. Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:31pm Many of us would like to use Alpha Hydroxy Acids but cannot tolerate using Gylcolic Acid (the most commonly used and considered one of the harsher forms of AHA’s).  So what do you do if you want the exfoliating and anti-aging benefits of using an AHA, but have sensitive skin?  I recently discovered a wonderful Gylcolic Acid alternative skincare ... Read on »
Everyday Skin Care Tips For Oily And Dry Skin To Have A Beautiful Glowing Skin. by baldeepkaur0081 Posted Tue 23 Nov 2010 2:58am Normal skin is not a matter of worry. But oily and dry skin needs lot of care and attention. Here I have mentioned some easy to follow tips for a better skin care. First we will go for oily skin and later on with dry skin. Oily Skin: It is the main cause of clogged pores, blackheads and pimples. To clear up oiliness, follow these ... Read on »