CategorySkin Conditions

Anti-cellulite diet


Cellulite is the accumulation of fat cells, forming deposits just beneath the surface of the skin. In these fatty formations, water accumulates, which leads to further wrinkling of the skin. Cellulite is more common in women than in men. According to an evidence-based review, 80-90% of post-pubertal women get affected by cellulite. This is due to the higher estrogen levels, which lead to the...

Pimple popping without leaving a scar


You know the feeling when you get a raging zit right before a big event? When you look at yourself in the mirror and a red, swollen pimple stares back at you? And then the immediate urge to pop it, pulling the content out… One thing is for sure – no one will ever tell you “Pop your pimples – this is how you will get rid of them!”. Uncontrolled popping/squeezing of...

Defining Your Skin Type [A complete guide]

define your skin type

Reading hundreds of product reviews, comparing different brands and finally choosing your next skincare investment does not guarantee you anything. Even if the formula you have purchased is really good, it may not be as effective for your unique skin. Starting a skincare routine without synchronizing it with your skin type is a common mistake. Even if you have spent thousands of dollars or hours...

Diabetic Skin Problems and Diabetes Rash

Skin conditions in diabetics

Skin complications in diabetic patients are extremely common. They may even be the primary reason for the diagnosis determination. About 33% of diabetics will have skin changes caused or complicated by diabetes during their lives. Some of these changes may occur in people who are not affected by diabetes but are much more common in those with diabetes mellitus. Such conditions provoke itching...

Erythema Nodosum


What is Erythema Nodosum? Erythema nodosum (nodular erythema) is an immune skin disease with polyetiological genesis, which occurs in various acute or chronic diseases and intoxications. It is characterized by a spring-autumn seasonal succession of exacerbations and remissions. Most often the condition affects children and adolescents and the female organism is more prone to erythema nodosum. The...

How To Stop Or Reduce Hair Loss

Hair Loss

Life cycle of hair Our hair, composed of 120,000 to 150,000 hairs, is naturally renewed throughout the life. Every hair grows, dies, falls and regrows, following a steady cycle of about 3 years for men and 4 to 7 years for women. Throughout our lives, our hair regenerates many times, but over the years, hair follicles change under the influence of various factors: age, hormonal changes, oxidative...

Herpes Simplex – Types, Diagnosis, Vaccine & Cures

Cold Sore

What is Herpes Simplex? Herpes virus infection is caused by the herpes simplex viruses type I (oral herpes) and type II (genital herpes), which cause characteristic lesions on the skin, the mucous membranes, most often on the face or the genital area. Herpes viruses are widespread and can be easily transmitted from person to person. Herpes simplex infection is spread all around the world and is...

Insect Bites – Symptoms, Risks & Timely Prevention

Insect Bites

Insects Insects are dominating the biological spectrum with nearly a million known species, members of Insecta may represent as much as 90% of multicellular life on Earth. Insects can live under different conditions – on land, in Insects can live under different conditions – on land, in the air, in water. The oldest insect fossils belong to the Devonian Age (410 to 360 million years...

Seborrheic Dermatitis – Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Best Seborrheic Dermatitis Creams

What is Seborrheic Dermatitis? Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic erythematous dermatitis that occurs with red areas and flaking of the surface layer of the skin (epidermis)[6]. There are various clinical forms depending on the age and the location which is affected. This papulosquamous disorder affects sebum-rich areas of the scalp, face, and body. In addition to sebum, seborrheic dermatitis is...

Dry Skin – Causes, Symptoms, Home Treatmnet & Prevention

Dry Skin

What is Dry Skin? The skin is one of our most important organs in the human body. It protects us from the environment, representing our appearances and our senses of touch. However, when the skin becomes dry, it may feel rough and stretched, or it may even become cracked or itchy. This means that its ability to function properly is impaired. Symptoms Dry skin is a condition where skin stiffening...

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