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Learn Ways to Take Care of Your Skin

You will probably have to deal with a skin condition sometime in your life. Whether its Acne, Psoriasis or just a Sunburn, learn how to identify, reduce and heal problems when they happen.

Find information and pictures on Acne and other skin related conditions. Contributing factors to skin outbreaks could be Age, Allergies, Diet, Hormones and Stress. It might be one or a combination of these factors.

According to the NIH (National Institute of Health) they estimate 80 percent of people between 11 and 30 have had acne outbreaks. Acne usually effects young people especially teenagers going through puberty but it also can affect adults well into their 30 & 40’s

There are many solutions for Acne and skin related problems that you can find in OTC (Over the Counter) Products or home remedies. It doesn't have to be one or the other but a combination of both that will work for you.


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Young Man getting Blackheads removed

What you Need to Know about Blackheads

Blackheads are a form of acne. They are usually found on the facechestback, and arms. Like any type of acne, blackheads are the result of clogged pores. The reason that pores get clogged may vary -- sometimes, it's because of hormones, but it may also be the result of a bad skincare routine or overactive sebaceous glands.

Blackheads


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Can Topical Vitamin C Improve Aging Skin?

Vitamin C is an antioxidant vitamin, so it’s not surprising that it plays a role in skin aging. A trip down the aisle of the cosmetic section of the drugstore shows that it’s a common ingredient in anti-aging creams and lotions used to treat aging skin. Is vitamin C good for skin and can it really help to reduce visible signs of skin aging?

Vitamin C


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Lupus Skin Rash with Circular Red Shapes

Sunlight can Trigger Lupus Symptoms

Sunlight exposure can cause different types of rash, including the common butterfly rash on the cheeks and nose, a rash with disc-shaped lesions, and a rash with circular red shapes on the chest, back & arms. The rashes may take weeks or months to heal & may cause scarring. Sunlight can also trigger non-skin symptoms of lupus, such as joint inflammation.

Lupus Skin Rash


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Psoriasis: What is it?

More than 7 million people in the United States have psoriasis. Although this common skin condition is incurable, it is highly manageable, and a variety of effective treatments exist.

Psoriasis


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How Pomegranate Extract Helps Aging Skin

The popularity of the pomegranate fruit is growing rapidly as more people discover its unique health benefits. Pomegranates are a good source of polyphenols and other compounds...

Pomegranate


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5 Natural Ways to Treat Cystic Acne

Cystic pimples are large, painful bumps that go deep under the skin. They often leave scars behind as a nasty reminder of their presence. A cystic breakout can leave...

Cystic Acne


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Natural Treatments for Skin Eczema

People with this skin condition usually have characteristic skin changes consisting of scaling, thickened areas of skin that ooze and sometimes bleed;

Eczema


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