Three Ways To Help Minimize Stretch Marks During Pregnancy

Posted on: 19 December 2015

Pregnancy is a joyous and exciting occasion. However, it would be unfair to ignore the fact that pregnancy can bring forward a number of changes to the body, many of which last long after giving birth. One of these changes are stretch marks. While a number of women believe they are just a natural part of the process, there are some things you can do to try to control their formation.
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How To Find A Private Label Skincare Brand To Sell

Posted on: 23 November 2015

If you are thinking about selling a line of private label beauty products at your spa or retail store, you may be overwhelmed by all of the choices available. It may seem hard to narrow down what product line you should carry and how those products will complement your business. But have no fear. Below is a simple guide to get you started on selecting a private label skincare brand to sell as your very own.
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What Are the Four Types of Melanoma Skin Cancer?

Posted on: 23 September 2015

Melanoma is the most serious type of skin cancer. It is important to catch this cancer early to prevent it from spreading to other parts of the body. If melanoma spreads, then it becomes hard to treat and can be fatal. Read on to find out about the four main types of melanoma. Acral Lentiginous Melanoma Acral lentiginous melanoma spreads superficially over your skin before penetrating deeper. It shows up as a brown or black discoloration that can appear on the palms of your hands, the soles of your feet, and up under your nails.
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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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