Skin Care

The Super Soft Skin Guide for Guys

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Men are often known for their rugged, manly (sometimes “good”) looks. However, if a man doesn’t take good care of his skin, then it will start to show up. And no man wants his youthful skin to get all leathery with wrinkles. Men who’re into self-grooming and take care of their skin are able to keep their skin youthful and smooth compared to those who don’t. Read More…

Contest Preparation: Tanning

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If you’ve ever seen a bodybuilding or fitness competition on TV or in person, you notice one common factor amongst all the contestants – they’re all tan! If you ever want to succeed in fitness or bodybuilding competitions, you have to have a safe and effective tanning plan in place before the competition. Read More…

What are the Differences between Over-the-Counter Acne Face Washes?

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The cosmetic isle in a drugstore is often filled with a wide selection of face washes designed specifically for treating acne. Most of these acne fighting washes contain one, or a mix, of the same three ingredients. The three that are used most commonly are benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, and glycolic acid. These 3 acne fighters all have similar mechanisms of action, but differ in their side effect profile. Each one can benefits certain types of skin and may work better for you depending on the type of acne that you have.

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What’s that Cup Of Coffee Really Doing for You?

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Coffee is something that many of us enjoy from time to time. Some of us more than others. The effects of coffee can be considered one of natures greatest gifts. Gives us a boost of energy, a new-found alertness, and the motivation to get up and get going. Some of us simply like coffee to enjoy the taste, and warmth. So what’s in that cup of coffee that makes us feel that way? Many of us think there is no way there could be a health benefit, and some believe that coffee affects your health in a negative way. Read More…

6 Foods that will Keep Your Skin Healthy

If you’re constantly stressing out about the maintenance of your skin, one of the best ways to keep your skin looking healthy is to closely monitor your diet. Sometimes our skin can look a lot more dry and tired than it actually is, especially if you drink a lot of caffeine or if you like to eat dried or salty foods. Whether you’re hoping to change your diet to lose some weight, or if you’re sick and tired of spending money on expensive products just to keep your skin looking healthy, here are six foods that will help give your skin a healthy glow…

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6 Oily Skin Acne Home Remedies

Guest post by Jean Lam who operates an acne website where you can discover more natural remedies about how to get rid of acne for a healthy and glowing skin.

Oily skin is one of the major downsides people with acne issues face. Oily skin is usually the outcome of hormone imbalance. Some of the reasons why your hormones get disrupted include stress and changes in the sex glands during puberty. When your hormones are disturbed, your skin oil glands also known as the sebaceous glands produce more oil than usual. Excess sebum is nefarious for the skin as it will clog your pores and the likelihood of triggering acne increases. Oily skin can also cause blackheads and rashes.

For some people, getting rid of oily skin isn’t a cakewalk but nevertheless, there are a few oily skin acne home remedies that you can use on a regular basis to keep your face clean and fresh. Read More…

Facial Skin Damage and Aging

Skin damage occurs over time and is caused by various factors, such as sun exposure, environmental factors (called free radicals), poor nutrition and natural aging. Some skin damage is more severe than others. For instance, melanoma is a serious type of skin cancer caused by sun exposure that is potentially deadly. Other types of skin damage, such as wrinkles and age spots, are strictly cosmetic and pose no serious health risks. There are both surgical and non-surgical methods for treating skin damage. Before treating any sort of skin care problem you think you may have, first speak to your dermatologist to determine the best treatment option for you. Read More…

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