On the appearance of the person has a great influence his way of life and the nature of power. If a person is healthy, uses high-quality and balanced diet, it normalizes metabolism, increases overall physical vitality, improves mental state. And it is from this depends the condition of the skin. Lack of vitamins and an unbalanced diet can significantly worsen the skin condition. Continue reading
Pyoderma – a group of infectious inflammatory skin diseases caused by microorganisms, most commonly Staphylococcus and Streptococcus. In healthy skin, these bacteria can exist without causing any ailments. But under certain conditions, such as: a variety of microtrauma, dermatoses, accompanied by pruritus (itching, eczema), skin contamination, low immunity, chronic diseases, excessive sweating, oily skin, reveal themselves. Continue reading
When growing up, having acne seemed like a right of passage through adolescence. But, as the most common skin disorder in the United States, acne often plagues more than just our teenage years. Nearly a third of adults suffer from adult acne during their lifetime, with women being much more likely to suffer from adult acne than men.
Egg white benefits skin in a number of ways when used as face masks. Among the variety of face masks at home, egg white masks stands out as the best. Egg white is that liquid part of egg which gives amazing beautifying effect on skin. It holds 80 to 90 percent of water and 10 to 20 percent of proteins. From shrinking pores, treating acne to reducing redness and increasing elasticity of skin, egg whites is extremely beneficial for facial skin. Continue reading
If on the facial procedures in a cosmetic salon you do not have time or money, do not despair. Almost the same result can be achieved at home with simple means in just 20 minutes by executing three simple procedures: peeling mask and a compress – in this sequence. After them, the facial skin will look smooth, supple and fresh. Already after the first application, you will see visible results. Continue reading
Baldness (alopecia) is the total or partial loss of hair on the head. There are several types of baldness – androgenic, patchy, diffuse, seborrheic, cicatricial.
Androgenic alopecia – the most common type of hair loss that occurs at the age of 25 – 55 years, 30-35% of the male population. The same problem exists among women, but is much rarer. Continue reading
One of the best known climatotherapy sites is the Dead Sea, which offers formalized treatment facilities for psoriasis. At 1,200 feet below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest point on the earth’s surface. This creates a very unique climate that allows people to sunbathe for long periods of time without burning. Continue reading
Acne is characterized by blackheads, whiteheads, red inflamed bumps and cysts. It often involves the face, chest, and back. Acne is common among teenagers and young adults, but can extend later into adulthood. There are several treatment options including topical medications, oral antibiotics, isotretinoin, microdermabrasion, and chemical peels. Continue reading