Little do many know that sex has many beauty and health benefits, including making your skin very happy!
Those engaged in regular sexual activities look and behave younger,
sleep better (orgasm produces endorphins and oxytocin - associated with
bonding) and burn calories. Having an active sex life also increases
your DHEA level; and this hormone is credited with anti-aging effects.
Important Information for Preventing Acne and Acne Scars
STAY TUNED BELOW FOR RECIPES THAT ARE SURE TO "WOW" ON VALENTINE'S DAY!
our society, a simple 3-letter word "fat" grew to become a notorious
villain. The fact is, however, that to live a healthy life and to show
off a beautiful complexion, we need to recognize the "good" from the
the FDA is concerned about the side effects of 10 brands of birth
control pills sold in the US, and 4 of the pills that are already on
their list are a subject of a class action suit (Yaz®, Yasmin®, Beyaz®, Ocella®) .
the ban of Bayer's acne drug Diane-35 in France due to the number of
associated deaths and other serious health problems, and a follow up
investigation in the UK, Spain, Australia and other EU and middle
eastern countries as well as Canada, we feel that as a service to
our clients, we need to help them to understand these developments on
how this affects their own acne treatment options.
Day is both eagerly awaited and profoundly feared. One of the
trepidations many of us feel is how to make sure that we look and feel
most confident and attractive on this day. So if you see a zit popping
out on your face just before V-day, it can be highly stressful.
Dr. Agnes helps you to alleviate those fears with her top 5 at-home quick fix acne care remedies.
Have all of these ingredients handy before you start so you don't scramble before you need to get ready for your night out.
More than 60 million adults in the US
are diagnosed with acne, over 50% of adult women and 25% of adult men having
this skin disease. The average age of an individual with acne problem is now, 26.5,
while just 10 years ago it was 20.5.
So what other
myths prevent men from having clear skin?
Acne is only for
teens. If you toughen up and wait until those uncomfortable years are gone-
acne problem will go away too.
the American Academy of Dermatology, the unpleasant and sometimes painful skin
breakouts of acne can affect 40 to 50 million Americans. Acne is most common in
teenagers, but it can affect people regardless of age. Hormonal acne is practically acne caused by hormonal
fluctuations. Acne can flare at any time, but people are particularly
susceptible to it during certain phases of life, including, and perhaps most
famously, during puberty and adolescence in general.
The skin on the back is thicker than
anywhere else on the body and contains many sebaceous glands situated just
below the surface of the skin. Sebaceous glands continuously produce and
secrete skin oil (sebum) through the openings (pores) in the skin. When too
much sebum is produced, pores and hair follicles become clogged and together
with dirt and bacteria, you have a recipe for acne.
Acne is Hard to Get Rid Of
Factors that over stimulate sebaceous
glands may be different including internal imbalance or hormonal fluctuations
due to puberty or heavy exercise, which induces extra male
hormones called androgens and affects both males and females.
it's mid January, and hopefully you're still on track to fulfilling
your new year resolutions, including the one to be ACNE-FREE.
are too many factors to list that can derail your good intentions. Not
to mention that according to statistics, by February, the percentage of
people who stick with their new year's goals drops by 65%!
We're here to help you not be one of those people!
Our 5 Fool Proof Ways on How to Stick with Your Resolution to Become Acne-Free for GOOD
Assessing what type of acne you have can be a difficult task. You want to make sure you get it right so the treatment actually does the trick!
So how do you do this?
You must be realistic and honest with yourself. It's not easy to admit
that your problem is actually severe; on the other hand - when you're
tired of breakouts, you can be overly harsh assessing your condition as
severe when it really is mild or moderate.
What do you do next?
How do you make your efforts and our product work the best for YOU?
is a difference between using a product (you use it when you feel like
it) and using a treatment (you use it with the understanding that HOW TO
USE IT makes all a difference). This is not a use it when you feel like
these first week of 2013, we want to thank all our AcnEase users and
even those who didn't try it yet but are thinking about it, for making
2012 the best year ever for us...and hopefully it has been a good year
for your skin as well.
As a general
rule, women's hormones tend to fluctuate more than men's, which helps explain
why acne in women tends to be less constant and more erratic than acne in men. More
than half of all adult women experience at least occasional breakouts. Approximately
60-70% of women battle with acne experience premenstrual flare-ups. Acne can
occur throughout a woman's adult life: in early adulthood, in the late twenties
and thirties, during pregnancy, and during menopause. While female adult acne
can be frustrating to deal with, it can be prevented and effectively treated.
If you have
adult acne and have fat around the middle i.e.: a large waist line or a big stomach, it could mean that you have a high insulin level — a symptom of pre-diabetes. Patients
who have diabetes and acne often have difficulty getting their acne under control
and in some cases, a bad case of acne can be one of the first visible signs of
developing diabetes. Because the high blood sugar levels found in diabetes also
have been implicated in acne formation, many clinicians are not surprised that
the two could be related.
people tend to confuse acne with cold sores. However, these are two different
skin disorders. Even though, both skin conditions share certain common symptoms
they have absolutely no similarity when it comes to causes and treatments. By closely observing the symptoms, you will
be able to distinguish between the two conditions. However, when doubt remains,
a visit to your dermatologist can lead to a proper diagnosis and a
recommendation for appropriate treatment. Cold sores and acne require different
treatments, and improper treatment can slow down healing.
During the winter, people typically experience
drier skin due to a number of factors, including cold and windy weather and
central heating. The exposure to drastic temperature changes tends to dry out
the skin. In some cases, these factors
may trigger the production of dry skin cells, which clog pores and lead to
breakouts. People who struggle with acne may experience breakouts more
frequently. Sufferers of eczema or rosacea may experience more intense symptoms
in dry and cold weather.