I was asked, how to have “healthier” looking skin?
Common Skin Disorders Medically Reviewed by University of Illinois-Chicago, College of Medicine on April 16, 2016 Written by Katherine Brind’Amour healthline.com
Skin disorders vary greatly in symptoms and severity. They can be temporary or permament, and may be painless or painful. Some have situational causes, while others may be genetic. Some skin conditions are minor, and others can be life-threatening. Common… Read more
Causes of Unhealthy Skin
Author: Jody Ehrhardt – Updated: 6 January 2013 skinhelp.co.uk
Your skin is a living, breathing organ of the body and it needs proper nourishment and hydration to look and feel its best. When your skin is deprived of the necessary vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that it needs it is unable to functional at optimal levels and the structure slowly begins to break down. This breakdown results in dry skin, blemishes, discoloration, wrinkles, and premature ageing….
Even if you enjoy a healthy diet and pay special attention to your skin care regime you can still be sabotageing the health of your skin by indulging in unhealthy habits. Habits like sun tanning, smoking, choosing fizzy drinks over water, and wearing heavy makeup can lead to the development of unhealthy skin…
Why Sugar Is Just As Bad For Your Skin As It Is For Your Waistline
The Huffington Post | By Rebecca Adams huffingtonpost.com
Posted: 10/10/2013 8:17 am EDT Updated: 10/10/2013 8:21 am EDT
“..Simple carbohydrates, like refined sugar, white bread and soda, cause your insulin levels to spike, which leads to what Dr. Perricone describes as “a burst of inflammation throughout the body.”
Inflammation produces enzymes that break down collagen and elastin, resulting in sagging skin and wrinkles. ..
11 seemingly healthy foods that can cause acne and bad skin food.allwomenstalk.com
“..Yet, salsa is also acidic, since it contains tomatoes and vinegar, two ingredients that tend to break #skin out if eaten regularly, or in large quantities. ..”
Aging Skin: 7 HabitsThat Make Skin Age Faster
These lifestyle choices contribute to aging skin
By Sharon O’Brien
Senior Dating Expert seniorliving.about.com
“..Here are 7 habits that contribute to aging skin, making you look older than your years:…
1. Cigarette smoke:
2. Sun exposure:
5. Alcohol use:
5 Major Causes of Wrinkles! | Skin Perfect Brothers Education | Walnut Medical Spa Clinic, from youtube.com
Being out in the Sun Too Long, without Sun Block will cause your skin to begin creasing up over a period of time. Tanning is also not very good for the skin.
Facial Movement will also cause wrinkles. Whenever you laugh, smile, squint, frown, etc, your face begins to create creases in the skin that over time, will turn into wrinkles. One good way to prevent that from happening is to use Botox in order to Relax the muscles in your forehead and near the eyes. This will eliminate the occurrence of crows feet, forehead wrinkles, and the 11’s in between your eyebrows.
Another Huge Contributor to the formation of wrinkles is pile up and accumulation of dead skin. Make sure to wash your face regularly and Chemical peels or Micro Dermabrasion Facial done every so often, to reduce the amount of Dead Skin that stays on your Face.
Natural Remedies For Dark Circles
And 4 more skin woes you can treat naturally SEPTEMBER 20, 2012
By CHRIS KILHAM FOR FOXNEWS.COM
“… Lack of sleep especially contributes to darkness under the eyes. On average, we need about seven hours of sleep nightly. Smoking cigarettes also causes darkness under the eyes in many cases, as well as too much alcohol. Reduce smoking and alcohol consumption, and that will help your entire body. Allergies are related to dark circles too. Drinking nettle tea every day can reduce or eliminate allergies and will also provide your skin with silica, which makes it look healthy and tight….
Healthy Skin Diet: 6 Yummy Foods That Prevent Wrinkles-
This season’s hottest anti-aging ingredients can be found in the grocery aisles. Add them to your healthy skin diet now
by Carrie Stern Kle totalbeauty.com
“… “While topical creams can show some improvements in skin quality, the majority of ingredients just remains on the skin�s surface,” says Zuckerbrot. “A well-balanced diet can ensure that nutrients are absorbed into the skin.” So why not just pop a few pills to get the vitamins your diet may be lacking? Well, consuming a healthy variety of food is by far the best way to meet your body�s needs because food provides a number of benefits that a supplement can’t — basically, you get more bang for your buck. “Not only is turning to food a tastier option, but supplements don’t contain all the vitamins and nutrients present in natural foods. Nor have they been shown to have the same disease-fighting benefits,” explains Drayer. ..
Oysters These slimy little creatures are choc full of zinc — a major player in skin repair that helps create collagen, which provides the structural support in skin (sayonara sagging). Zinc also has antioxidant properties, and it’s been shown to be a protective nutrient at the cellular levels..
…Tomato Paste Protect your skin from sun damage by feasting on lycopene-full tomatoes. “Research has shown that daily consumption of lycopene in the form of tomato paste results in less sunburn,” explains Drayer. And cooking tomatoes actually boosts absorption of lycopene. Other foods that do similar jobs inclu..
Wild Salmon Keep skin soft and supple by adding omega-3 fatty acid-rich wild salmon to your diet�. These omega-3s replenish the lipids in your skin, which helps keep it flexible ….”
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Ninon De L’Enclos has been called “the most beautiful woman of the 17th Century”. Her secret to ever young skin was revealed in a French pamphlet by her personal assistant of 50 years.
In this video I show you how to make Ninon’s secret ointment for youthful skin using nowadays ingredients.
How to Get Clear Skin at Home top10homeremedies.com
“…Here are the top 10 ways to get clear skin at home.
4. Aloe Vera
9. Coconut Oil…
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Skin care tips: A dermatologist’s TOP 5 skin care tips!
http://www.mdhil.com – Skin care tips for everyone! Glowing skin is every girl’s fantasy. Take advantage of these Top 5 tips to let your skin glowing! Cosmotologist and Dermatologist Juvita Rasquinha tells us how you can make sure your skin looks beautiful and younger. Skin care tips: TOP 5 Tips for glowing skin!
mDhil meets with Bangalore-based dermatologist Dr Juvita and asks her to share some skincare tips with our viewers.
Dermatologists advice is as follows:
Skin care tip#1 Start your day with a good cleanser, depending on your skin type. Don’t forget to use a toner to tone up your open pores. Moisturise to hydrate your skin. Skip the moisturiser if you have oily skin. A sunscreen is a must for all skin types.
Skin care tip#2 There is no substitute to eating healthy, include plenty of fruits and veggies in your daily diet.
Skin care tip#3 Drink at least 8 glasses of water to flush out body toxins.
Skin care tip#4 Eating sprouts in the morning is super good for your skin.
Skin care tip#5 Exercise a little daily for good skin.
If you have an important event coming up, and have specific skin concerns, meet a dermatologist right away, says Dr Juvita…”
12 Common Skin Problems and Solutions By Abby Lerner February 18, 2015 menshealth.com
Your go-to solutions when something pops (or shrivels) up
“.As the body’s protective outer-shell, your skin puts up with a lot. Harmful elements such as chemicals, infections, cuts, scrapes, and sunlight keep the seemingly delicate organ under near-constant assault. The addition of sweaty gym-sessions and stress send your epidermis into overdrive, leaving it no choice but to react.
We’re not saying a flawless exterior is impossible, but it takes effort. We talked with Dr. Monica Carezani-Gavin, owner and medical director of Azani Medical Spa in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, about how to deal with common skin problems and what to do when something pops (or shrivels) up…”
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“..Soft tissue injuries are the most common injury in sport. Soft tissue refers to tissues that connect, support, or surround other structures and organs of the body.
Soft tissue includes muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, nerves, fibrous tissues, fat, blood vessels, and synovial membranes…”
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1st 2nd and 3rd degree burns and how to treat them. – YouTube
Home Remedies for Burns – 8 Natural Treatments Mike Barrett by Mike Barrett
Posted on February 13, 2013 naturalsociety.com
“..Natural Home Remedies for Burns
Aloe Vera – One of the primary go-to home remedies for sunburn, aloe vera is notorious for its soothing, cooling properties. To use aloe vera for burns, simply squeeze the juice out of an aloe vera plant and apply it to the burn. In addition to having a natural burn treatment right in your home, many other health benefits of aloe vera can be experienced as well. Alternatively, you can buy organic aloe vera gel at your local natural grocery market.
Egg Whites – You may have never tried this home remedy before, but it is actually a popular one. Simply separate the yolk from a couple eggs, and soak the burn in the egg whites. This ever-so-simple natural treatment could work instantly, and could leave you feeling pain-free forever after a few hours of application.
Baking Soda – Also resting among the more popular home remedies for burns, baking soda is another simple option that could dissipate the pain away. Just mix some baking soda with water to make a paste, and apply the paste to the burned area. After drying, rinse (literally) and repeat.
Aluminum Foil – Although a less “natural” remedy, using aluminum foil for burns is one of the top home remedies found on Earthclinic. After being burned, run the area under cold water. Afterwards, apply aluminum foil (shiny side) onto the burn. As many report on Earthclinic, pain may intensify upon applying the foil, but after about 30 minutes to an hour, the pain should subside if not entirely, then at least significantly.
Vinegar – A treatment used by countless individuals for years, vinegar has the potential to offer immediate relief. For treatment, just soak a cotton ball in white vinegar and apply to the burn. You might also do a compress soaked in vinegar and water. Working as an astringent and antiseptic, vinegar helps prevent infection by killing potential pathogens and helps burns to heal faster (potentially because of the pH factor).
Honey – Also harnessing antibiotic properties that can help prevent infection, honey can be a great natural burn treatment simply when applied to the area. You may also try placing honey on a gauze bandage and keeping it on throughout the day. If you go this route, change the bandage 3-4 times.
Tea Bags – Using tea bags as a natural burn treatment could certainly be the solution for you, but there are a few ways to go about this. One way is to place 2-3 tea bags under a spout of cold water, then applying the liquid. Alternatively, you may want to use 3-4 tea bags and make a mixture using 2 cups fresh mint leaves, and 4 cups boiling water, applying the liquid onto the burn with a cotton ball after letting it cool. Lastly, you can also make a stay-in-place poultice using 2-3 wet tea bags if you’re on the go. Try using black tea, as the tannic acid in in the tea can reduce pain significantly.
Lavender Essential Oil – Even used in some hospitals for burns, lavender essential oil is often recommended for both pain relief and to expedite the healing process. For treatment, you can either pour lavender oil onto a gauze or clean cloth and apply it (replacing the gauze every few hours), or you can spray the area with therapeutic grade lavender oil after exposing the burn to some cold water. Lavender has antibiotic, painkilling, and natural healing properties.
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