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Micoza unghiilor

Micoza unghiilor este o boala care afecteaza o mare parte din populatia adulta. Micoza unghiilor se localizeza cel mai adesea in unghiile de la picioare dar nu de putine ori aceasta apare si la unghiile de la maini. Desi aparent inofensiva, pe langa aspectul estetic neplacut, micoza unghiilor poate duce in timp si la alte complicatii dermatologice, iar cu cat aceasta ramane netratata pentru un timp mai indelungat, cu atat mai greu se va vindeca ulterior. gasiti mai multe informatii pe


Best way to treat acne from home

Best way to treat acne from home

There are several ways to treat acne from home, and a couple of the are:

  • Groundnut oil mixed with one tablespoon of limejuice      can be applied directly onto spots with a cotton bud to prevent further      outbreaks.



  • Mix honey and cinnamon powder together to make a fine      paste and apply on pimples overnight and wash it off in the morning with      warm water. Repeat this process for 2-3 weeks and your pimples will      vanish.

Acne statistics for the gender

Acne statistics for the gender

Probably because of their frequent hormonal variations and moods swings, women make up 75% of adult cases of acne.

Often acne is worst during adolescence and begins to subside during your twenties. But for some people, acne remains throughout adulthood although often in milder form.

It seems that acne affects more the females then the males and this is related to the hormonal productions of the sexes. However, boy or girl, woman or man, there is a proven acne treatment that function no mattter what sex do you have or what age group you are in.

How Does Acne Laser Treatment Work?

How Does Acne Laser Treatment Work?

Among other acne treatments, acne laser treatment works by heating the top layers of skin over and around the acne damage, this helps to kill off the acne bacteria, reduce the redness and halt the over-activity of the sebaceous glands so the oil production is reduced so less spots will occur. Laser treatment can also help to minimise the appearance of scarring by remodelling the top layers of skin and making tiny holes in the damaged tissue only so the undamaged areas of skin aid in the healing. Collagen production is replenished underneath the damaged area.

5 Tips For Healthy Skin

5 Tips For Healthy Skin

It is never too late to start taking care of your skin whether you are young or old, your complexion will always reap the benefits! You may not always have the time to stick to a rigid intensive skin care regime but with these tips you can not only have healthier skin but maintain younger looking skin for longer!

Avoid too much sun exposure.

Nothing will age you faster than the sun’s harmful rays. Not only can it cause skin cancers but it can cause premature ageing, wrinkles before your time, freckles, dry skin and age spots. You should always cover up your face as much as you can when out in full sun for any length of time and try to avoid the sun between 10am and 4pm; the sun’s rays are at their most intense between these times. Wear a hat and sensible clothing that covers you as well as keeps you cool. And don’t skimp on the sunscreen! Use generous amounts of sunscreen half an hour before sun exposure and re-apply every two hours, more often if you’ve been swimming or have sweated profusely.

Stop smoking!

It is fairly obvious that smoking will age you and damage your skin. Smoking decreases the blood flow by narrowing the tiny blood vessels in your skin; the skin is then deprived of oxygen and vitamin A which is essential to your skin’s health.  Collagen and elastin the fibres that keep your skin strong and elastic can be damaged by smoking. Not to mention the wrinkles you get after such a long time of pursing your lips while inhaling. The only way to minimise further damage to your skin is to quit smoking. It may not be easy, enlist help from a doctor if you can’t do it on your own, as in the long run your entire body will thank you for it.

Be kind to your skin

Having daily very hot showers or baths can strip essential oils from your skin, maybe spend less time in the bath and lower the bath temperature. Stop using such strong scented soaps, instead use mild unperfumed cleansers. When you shave, always apply shaving cream or gel and never use a blunt razor – this will lead to cuts and skin damage. Always shave in the direction the hair is growing and try not to shave when not absolutely necessary. After washing or having a bath, pat or blot skin dry instead of rubbing so that you retain some moisture on your skin.

Eat well

While diet and acne is not thought to be linked, good food will definitely give you good skin. Especially if you eat plenty of fruit, veg, whole grain and lean proteins. A diet rich in vitamin C could promote younger looking skin.

Stop stressing

Stress can take its toll on our bodies, not least of all our skin and it certainly shows on our faces! It can trigger acne breakouts and other problems which is why it’s important to keep a happy and positive frame of mind to have healthy glowing skin.

5 key functions of your skin

5 key functions of your skin…

Protection, absorption, sensation, regulation & production

Introduction Your skin is your body’s largest organ and it plays a vital role in maintaining your health and wellness. It’s wonderfully resilient and can survive a great deal of punishment. The skin is the body’s boundary layer, tough enough to resist all sorts of environmental assaults, yet sensitive enough to feel the slightest touch. Sometimes skin reacts to the external and internal agressions and send you signs like pimples and zits. The skin creates the first line of defense against possible invasion of bacteria and germs, while maintaining the body’s internal environment within a few degrees of normal throughout our lifetime. It also gives you ability to “sense” things. Following are the top 5 tasks or functions that your skin performs for your body and health: 1- Protection: Your skin is a unique and remarkable organ that is the outer covering of the body. Hence, your skin tries to protect you from germs that can make you sick. It also provides protection of deeper tissue from chemicals, bacteria, bumps, and drying. 2- Absorption & elimination: As the largest digestive organ of the body, the skin provides the functions of both absorption and elimination. This process can work for or against us, depending on the products we apply to the skin. Just like eating “junk food,” junk skin care products can produce negative effects. Conversely, eating a healthy organic diet and using healthy, organic skin care products as “skin food” will increase the health, beauty, and vibrancy of our skin. 3- Sensation: Our skin tells us how things feel when we touch them. For example, our skin can tell us when we are touching something dangerous (something really hot or sharp). One square inch of skin contains millions of cells as well as many specialized nerve endings for sensing heat, cold, and pain. 4- Regulation: Your skin also serves as a heat regulator; sweating when you are hot allows the water to evaporate and cool the skin. When your body is chilled, the vessels become narrowed and decrease the flow of blood through the skin to reduce heat loss. 5- Production: Your skin makes Vitamin D in response to sun exposure. Vitamin D is a crucial part of the way your body handles the essential nutrients calcium and phosphorus in your diet. As a result, it is critical to the development and maintenance of bone strength. The amount of vitamin D produced from sun exposure varies based on skin type, use of skin protection, length of sun exposure, season of the year, and time of day. All in all, remember your skin is one of the key organs of your body that works hard for you day and night. You should, therefore, work hard to protect your skin by giving it best care and preventing it from various issues and problems such as acne.

Acne Rosacea

Acne Rosacea is a common skin problem often called “adult acne.” It is a chronic (long-term, progressive) acne-like
eruption on the face of middle aged and older adults associated with facial flushing. Faired skinned and menopausal women are more likely to have Rosacea.
Rosacea also seems to run in families. It causes redness in the center parts of the face and pimples. Blood vessels under the skin of the face may enlarge and show through the skin as small red lines. The skin may be swollen and feel warm.

Women with Rosacea don’t have the same lesions as seen with common acne. They may have flushing of the face, when they
are hot, drink alco­hol or hot drinks, or eat spicy foods. This flushing causes the face to appear red. In the most severe form, this red­ness does not go away. The eyes may become swollen and nodules in the skin may be painful.