Skincare is a science. Amid the endless skincare options, it can be difficult to know what specific skincare products work for your skin.
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July marks Alcohol Awareness Month to remind us of the toll that alcohol can take on our bodies. With our skin being our largest organ, it is also susceptible to damage from overdrinking.
When it comes to skin care, there is a plethora of information available online and on social media. Over time, various myths and misconceptions have emerged, leading to confusion about what is truly beneficial for our skin.
Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition that causes itchiness, dryness, rashes, scaly patches, blisters, and potentially, infection. Eczema can make the skin very sensitive and reactive, taking a physical and emotional toll on those who have it.
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, a great time for people to think about protecting their skin and be on the look out for warning signs. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, over 5 million cases of skin cancer are diagnosed each year.¹
After enjoying a day at the beach or outside having fun, it is heartbreaking to discover a sunburn on your face or other parts of the body. Sunburns are itchy, irritating, tender, and even painful. Some are so severe they develop an abscess.
People with oily skin are at an advantage because it will be a while before wrinkles and fine lines form on their faces. But, unfortunately, oily skin makes you susceptible to acne breakouts and other skin blemishes.
Whereas the sun has benefits to our skin, such as the creation of vitamin D, sun rays can be damaging to our skin. The damage may range from short-term effects like sunburns and blisters to long-term effects such as dry skin, uneven skin tone, wrinkles (premature signs of aging), and even skin cancer.
Photodynamic therapy involves light and photosensitizing chemical substances which is effective against a wide range of skin disorders like acne, actinic keratosis, nonmelanoma skin cancer, etc. It is approved by the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of precancerous skin growth due to damaged cells in the outer layer of the skin.