A Guide To Using Derma-Rollers: Is It Right For You?

Posted on: 8 April 2018

Derma-rollers can be used for all types of skin issues such as fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars (or other scars) and stretch marks and pigmentation of the skin. Derma-rollers can be used on the face, but they can also be used on other areas of the body as well. The type of derma-roller you use depends on what you are using it for and your skin type. If you aren't sure if derma-rollers are for you, read on for further information to help guide you.
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How To Get Rid Of Whiteheads

Posted on: 24 March 2018

Whiteheads are much like blackheads—they are caused by clogged pores on the face. The difference between the whitehead and blackhead (aside from their color), is that whiteheads are stuck on the surface as the pore is not usually large, while the blackhead is debris that is clogged inside the pore and when it becomes oxidized, turns black. Having either on your skin may make you feel self-conscience, leading you to use extra makeup to cover it up.
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Tips For Dealing With Skin Cancer Treatments

Posted on: 13 March 2018

A diagnosis of melanoma is never easy. However, once this skin cancer has been caught early, you will have a good chance of recovery. While you are receiving treatment, there are a few things you can do to ensure that you stay as healthy as possible. Get Proper Nutrition Getting the right nutrition is the most important thing you can do during treatment. You should eat a lot of protein since this helps to prevent loss of muscles and also helps to fight off infections.
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How To Know When It's Time To Go To The Dermatologist

Posted on: 10 March 2018

No matter how old you happen to be it's never easy to cope with a serious acne problem. As you look over at the sea of faces that surround you it might seem like you're the only one who has bad skin. As the condition persists it can cause you to feel somewhat desperate for a change. You might have toyed with the idea of going to the dermatologist but are still hoping that the condition will disappear on its own.
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