Are You In Menopause? How You Skin Is Changing

Posted on: 29 July 2015

If you are menopausal, your ovaries still produce hormones, including testosterone and estrogen, but the levels of these hormones are much lower than they once were. Estrogen is the main hormone that affects your skin in menopause. As the levels go down, your skin produces less elastin and collagen. This results in thin and dry skin. Low testosterone levels can make your skin oilier, and this along with low estrogen can result in acne.
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Two Lifestyle Changes That May Help Ease Acne Symptoms

Posted on: 13 July 2015

If you're suffering from acne and over-the-counter medications have not helped, seeing your dermatologist is advised because he or she can prescribe a stronger, more effective medication to help alleviate your symptoms. However, even prescription medications alone may not completely relieve you of acne. To further reduce your symptoms, you may have to also make some lifestyle changes, such as the following: Take 20 minutes each morning to relax and meditate.
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Can Laser Skin Resurfacing Reduce Your Risk of Skin Cancer?

Posted on: 29 May 2015

Have you spent a lot of time in the sun? Or worse, a tanning bed? Is your facial skin starting to show the effects of ultraviolet damage? Laser skin resurfacing can help remove the fine lines and damage caused by too much sun. In this procedure, high-energy light from lasers actually burns away the damaged skin. Since you've spent a considerable amount of time in the sun, you may be worried about being one of the nearly 74,000 people who will be diagnosed with serious skin cancer this year, and you may be wondering if the laser treatment can also remove any cancerous cells.
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How To Get Rid Of Your Dark Under-Eye Circles

Posted on: 20 May 2015

If you have pervasive dark circles under your eyes that make you look like a vampire, and extra sleeping isn't helping, there are some other options you can try. Take a look: Try At-Home Spa Treatments The image of placing cucumbers over your eyes at a spa may be cliché, but it could work for you. Cucumbers have an anti-inflammatory effect, and if you refrigerate them first, their cooling effect can help decrease some puffiness.
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