Losing weight faster than recommended can result in saggy skin, which is far from what you might want to have. However, having flabby skin does not mean you will have to resort to surgery. In this article, you will find a list of exercises for different areas, which can help you strengthen fat-was-here skin rolls.
Your face usually reflects what you are: smiling a lot or being grumpy – whatever emotions you feel and facial expressions you use, wrinkles appear, and the skin becomes loose. Surgery is the last thing to resort to, as it is associated with side effects and expensive. There are other ways you can improve the skin on your face – without ruining the family budget.
The summer is almost here, and holidays and vacations await many a person. Tanning can be a dangerous business, and if you want to avoid sunburns or more serious complications – such as skin cancer – you’d better try preparing your skin for sun exposure. It’s not that difficult, and can make tanning sessions safer and more effective.
No, it’s not another nickname for a celebrity couple Freda and Axel. Fraxel is a term denoting a relatively new approach to treat skin concerns of various kinds. In this article, we are going to discuss how the technology works, what effect it produces, and whether it is more effective than other similar technologies used in aesthetic dermatology.
Cellulite is the bane of most ladies – even if they are fit, that skin dimpling remains a problem for many. In this article, we will cover the best exercises for getting rid of cellulite, and find out what techniques prove to be useless when cellulite is concerned.
If you’ve always been wondering what those blisters on lips that sometimes pop out to cause pain and a burning sensation are, this article is for you. It’s very unlikely that you will manage to get rid of the underlying virus, but it’s possible help your body make it behave. To facilitate the task, researchers have recently introduced a new vaccine.
With skin cancer on the rise in the US, cancer type awareness is becoming more and more important. Some of the types are well-known, because the majority of cases fall into these categories. However, there are rare forms which are not that common but lethal; some of them are especially dangerous, as they look benign.
Many of us have grown up hearing that chocolate gives you pimples, or perhaps French fries, or maybe donuts… Lots of people swear that their acne got better once they eliminated one food or another, but is there any scientific basis to such claims?
American Academy of Dermatology estimates the number of people suffering from psoriasis in the United States to be about 7.5 million. While it is often a hereditary condition, meaning that those who develop psoriasis usually have a person in their family who’s got it before as well, it is not what happens always. Still, the issue needs treatment, and currently phototherapy is one of effective methods for it. So what is it and how exactly does it work?
One’s appearance and looks have been of significant importance in terms or social acceptance for millennia, it is natural that various beauty procedures have been highly popular throughout these years. Still, as science develops further and further, new ways to preserve our youth emerge. One of recent inventions for cosmetology purposes is PRP – platelet-rich plasma therapy.
Beauty will save the world, this is so true. But women’s beauty is not eternal and affected by merciless time. Women have always been searching for anti-aging remedies and techniques. In this article we will familiarize you with a relatively new cosmetological method to preserve face and neck skin fresh and beautiful, and also eliminate such defects as flabby face and wrinkles and this is the Face aesthetic taping.
A green clay mask on the face, cucumber slices on the eyes, and a towel on the head - this is a classic image of a woman who takes great care of herself. Cosmetic clays are efficient and safe, but the great number varieties can be confusing. Let's untangle the clay mystery!
Medical society was agitated because of the discovery of a possible psoriasis cure. Let’s find out how the venom of fire ants can be used in the skin disease treatment.
In most people's minds, massage and oil always go together. Indeed, even though there are creams, lotions, and even powders for massage, oil is the traditional lubricating medium that can not only help your hands glide on the skin, but also provide nourishment and individual care. There isn't one best massage oil: they all suit different purposes!
Winter is a tough time for our skin: cold winds, dry air, rapid and repeated contrasts between temperatures indoors and outdoors can easily lead to redness, itchiness, and flaking, and even eczema, which in turn can cause premature aging. However, some women report that their moisturizer apparently makes things worse! So how should you moisturize correctly in winter?
The skincare industry is full of creams, masks and serums with retinol. However, what makes this micronutrient so special? Why is it so popular around the world? Moreover, is it really so effective? Can all those women out there be mistaken? Let’s try and find out!
Everybody knows that after a night of heavy drinking it's easy to wake up pale and with dark bags under the eyes; and we've all been told as teenagers that eating lots of sweets would only make our pimples worse. But recently, naturopathy specialists have suggested that one's skin problems can be miraculously cured by cutting out one or the other food group. Let's ask our usual question: what does science say?
Summertime is in full swing, and hopefully you are all using good sunscreen. However, recently you may have heard talk that sunblock creams are actually bad for you, increasing the risks of cancer rather than preventing it. Let's investigate the science behind the claims.
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin disease of the face which is manifested by persistent redness and periodic rash. If a person suffers from rosacea, his face is first covered with red spots, and then with pink acne, which, in contrast to ordinary ones, does not disappear with time and gradually covers nose, cheeks, and forehead. The pores become large, and skin becomes oily, as this disease boosts activity of sebaceous glands.
According to research data, betwen eight and nine women in ten (and only one man in 10) have cellulite. Of course, we all know that excess body fat often means worse cellulite, but we've also seen numerous pictures of celebrities, supermodels, and athletes with cellulite. How can it be that even strong, fit people who eat healthy and exercise a lot get the tell-tale dimples?