Acne is traditionally a skin problem associated with teenagers, but increasingly research reveals that adult acne is now dramatically on the rise among adults, in particular in women in their 30’s and 40’s.
Although helpful for public safety, wearing a mask can be a nightmare for skin conditions such as acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis, cold sores and sensitive skin. Mask acne, rosacea flare ups, contact allergy rashes and cold sores are all typical
Psoriasis is an auto immune condition, which means that the immune system attacks normal tissues
Although rosacea is one of the most common skin conditions, it also is one of the most misdiagnosed and there is no single cure that gets rid of rosacea. Knowing more about rosacea, the different types and the triggers
While your body and mind may love everything that a holiday brings, skin prone to acne or rosacea as well as eczema-prone skin may not react as well.
Recently reality TV star Kim Kardashian recently announced that she had woken up with ‘morning psoriasis’. This is where psoriasis suddenly, sometimes overnight, appears on the face.
Advice and products about getting rid of acne generally focus around aggressive forms of attacking the acne itself, with little regard for what damage this does to healthy skin.
Ever heard of Parenie for treating acne? If not, then you will soon. It’s the Russian method of detoxifying congested skin using a combination of steam and birch bark and its already arrived in the UK in the form of Banyas (Russian steam rooms).
Eye eczema is an increasingly common skin condition due to eye cosmetics worn daily by millions of women.