Menopause is simply one of several stages in the reproductive life of a woman. Menopause, or the permanent end of menstruation and sterility, is a natural biological process, not a medical illness. Menopause is merely the name given to the last menstrual period. Menopause before the age of 40 is termed ‘early menopause. Hormonal changes [...]
Winter is here and the frost is not only nipping at your nose but the whole face. Fortunately, with a facial skin care routine that meets your exact skin care needs you can be on your way to healthy, radiant skin tone. [Read more →]
February 4, 2014 Comments Off
Beauty is one of the most craved things in the world. Who does not want it? For, the female species on this Earth is the marvel of beauty?
All SHEs can go to the undefined extents for looking beautiful. In fact they keep searching for the ways to rejuvenate their looks and their lookers as well. And why not, this is the natural virtue. If you are also one of them, read the article further. [Read more →]
January 31, 2014 Comments Off
Also called dermatitis, eczema is a noncontagious skin inflammation that produces itchy skin, red, rashlike areas. These occur on the face, scalp, wrists, and hands, as well as at the crease of the elbows, in back of the knees and sometimes elsewhere on the body.
Eczema can spread or worsen if you scratch the affected areas. And persistent scratching or rubbing can bring on chronic eczema, chronic itchy skin, with its distinctive dark, thickened, scaly red patches. [Read more →]
January 29, 2014 Comments Off
Dry skin, or xerosis, is a skin type usually marked by firm texture and parched skin. This type is especially noticeable during winter, when one turns to indoor heaters due to the cold weather and dry air or low humidity. Signs of dry skin usually appear as pink spots on the face, arms and legs. These small spots can grow into painful patches that later flake and become itchy if left untreated. The shin and the abdomen, particularly the sides, are also frequent dry spots. Eczema and other types of dermatitis could also emerge without the appropriate treatment. The condition may also be genetically inherited. The normal skin changes accompanying aging also tend to make elderly people have dry skin problems. [Read more →]
January 22, 2014 Comments Off
Red Patches Of Dry Skin On Shin
It could be exzema. it doesn't have to be itchy. i have them too, little red dry patches on the skin that just pop up out of nowhere. daily application of[...]
My 8 months old has developed small red dry patches of skin on his bodythey are not itchy and[...]
I have no idea what is going on with my face and i desperatly need help. for the past week there has been a patch of red, dry skin under my eye, on my upper cheek[...]
Thu aug 21, 2008 9:29 pm : i recently developed two patches on my face that are itchy, red, dry, flaky, and most of all embarassing. one is by my mouth and the[...]
Most of the red patches are curable on the early stages with simple home care. first rule to follow, when red patches appears on the skin, is to avoid scratching or[...]
Home remedies for dry red facial skin. dry skin around the face can be embarrassing, painful and itchy. chemical and topical creams may clear up these issues but[...]
Last year i suddenly developed dry skin on the left eyelid and was prescibed hydrocortisone. unfortunately it spreaded to the right eyelid the to the bottom of both eyes.[...]
Keratosis actinica , keratosis senilis , keratosis solaris of zonlichtbeschadiging bestaat uit al dan niet verheven ruwe wrat - of korstachtige plekken op de huid[...]
Many of us “Baby Boomers” are each beginning to feel our age, and we’re starting to live it too. Every morning, clock radios everywhere announce the start of another day. As a typical boomer rolls out of bed, an old ache, pain, and/or little worry makes its presence known, just like the day before. The [...]
programs. There must be dozens of them: pills, creams, Bo-tox injections, etc. As aging baby boomers we’re in search of quick, perfect and easy “fountains” for ourselves. Let’s face it, we each want to slow the ticking of our own aging clock.