How Does The Skin Works ?

Know your Skin Type

Normal Skin, Oily Skin, Dry Skin, Combination Skin, Sensitive Skin

Skin Care

Cleansing, Toning, Moisturizing, Protecting The Skin From Sun, Preventing Or Diminishing Wrinkles

Tips For a Healthy looking skin

Sun and Skin

Skin Foods

Aging Skin

Common Skin Problems

Freckles Age Spots, White Head, Enlarged Pores, Warts, Skin Tags, Dark Under-Eye Circle, Cellulite, Stretch Marks

Facial Exercises

Skin Rejuvenation

Herbs

Coping With Water  Loss

Age spots : Treatment options and prevention

Skin Resurfacing - Opting for Chemical Peel

Stretch Marks

Tattooing: A Major Route Of Infections

Urticaria: A Distressing Disorder

Eczema

Face Masks

Prickly Heat

Top 20 Skin-Care Questions Answered
Skin brushing for Detox
Acne

The Beauty Drugs

Coping with Keloids

Understanding Psoriasis

Chin Augmentation
Augmentation Mammoplasty (AM)- Cosmetic Breast Surgery

Birthmarks: Red or Brown
10 Tips to Stage a SPA Treatment at Home

 Moles or Pigmented Nevi
 Selecting a Wardrobe to Flatter Your Skin Tone
 Skin Care for Exercisers
 Spot  Zappers

 Beauty of Botox

 Crossing Over Skin Myths

 Living with Albinism

 Yoga to manage Dermatitis

 Facial swelling

 Massage Therapy

 Endermologie: Subdermal approach to treating cellulite

 Herbs offering Sun Protection

 Do I need  Facial massage?

 Are Moisturizers Beneficial?

 Heat-related Illness

 Tanning: for a natural golden appearance

 Understanding complexion behavior through the years

 Astringents: for a clean & beautiful skin

 Caring for Combination Skin

 

Yoga for a Glowing Skin

Not only does Yoga help in keeping your body healthy and energetic, but also aids the health of your skin thus providing you with a natural glow and radiance. Our ancestors did not use any cosmetic products, but still exhibited a glow and shine which was reflective of inner health.

 

Facial Exercises

Tension shows in your face when your features look drawn and your expressions frozen and rather set. A good laugh is the best way to relax a tense face, but this exercise routine will help you to liberate and tone the key muscles quickly: try it when you are sitting in the bath , not at the traffic lights.

 

Skin care during Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a time of change, from stretch marks to acne, your skin reflects the big transformation thatís occurring in your body. While not every woman will experience all of these skin changes during pregnancy, here are a few things you might notice.

 

Anti-wrinkle creams: do they work?

Wrinkles are a by-product of the aging process. With age, skin cells divide more slowly, and the inner layer, called the dermis, begins to thin. The network of elastin (the protein which causes skin to stretch) and collagen fibers (the major structural proteins in the skin), which support the outer layer, loosen and unravel, causing depressions on the surface.

 

Nail Salon Health Hazards

Nail salons use a wide variety of toxic chemicals that can cause cancer, respiratory disease, disorders of the nervous and reproductive systems, and skin damage. If you regularly visit a nail salon or work in a nail salon, you could be at risk of developing a lung disease from inhaling the chemicals.

 

Aloe Vera: a wonder plant for skin

Aloe is a lily-like, green, and sometimes spiny shrub with very little, if any, stem. With a high water content of nearly 96%, the aloe vera plant has been hailed as a medicinal plant with many a beneficial property. The aloe vera plant can easily be grown at home - it is virtually maintenance free.

 

Skin Infections and Infestations

Infections and Infestations of the skin are most often accompanied by a rash and itching. Both Infections and Infestations are contracted by direct close contact with another infected/infested being or contaminated articles.

 

Herbs offering Sun Protection

When it come to sun damage, prevention is the key, so do your best to limit your sun exposure, and wear protective clothing or sunscreen when you go outside. Almost 75 percent of sun damage occurs without our even going to the beach or lying out in the sun ó as we walk down the street, ride a bike or even drive a car (if the windows are down). Special skin cells spread a dark pigment called melanin through the skin to tan it, protecting sensitive underlying cells from the sun's destructive tendencies.