As we grow older, our skin loses some of its self-healing properties. The natural process of cell rejuvenation slows and the skin loses some of its elasticity. We sometimes have to take extra measures to help this process along. Unpleasant wrinkles will appear at some point in your life, and if you’re not careful, you’ll [...]
Red Spots On Skin Looks Like Burn Marks
A mongolian spot, also known as "mongolian blue spot", "congenital dermal melanocytosis", and "dermal melanocytosis" is a benign, flat, congenital birthmark with wavy[...]
A radiation burn is damage to the skin or other biological tissue caused by exposure to radiation. the radiation types of greatest concern are thermal radiation[...]
Burn 1 (bûrn) v. burned or burnt (bûrnt), burn·ing, burns. v.tr. 1. a. to cause to undergo combustion. b. to destroy with fire: burned the trash; burn a house down.[...]
The benefits of Botox injections are obvious to most of us. Reduced wrinkles, and crow’s feet. The disappearance of frown lines, and other markings around the neck. But at what cost are we putting ourselves through this? Is this the only way to reduce some of our aging appearances?
Mattresses are one of the most important factors to avoid back pain as most people spend at least 7 hours on them each day. Sleeping on a bad mattress can cause back pain as they usually lack back support and can effect the alignment of the back.