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Sun burn effects, precautions and remedies

08th April 2010
Sun burn is the condition of the skin caused due to over exposure to sun and its harmful rays. When a person is exposed to ultraviolet radiation (both UVA and UVB) of the sun, his skin gets inflamed and reddish. The person may feel discomfort, irritation,... Read >
Author: hoagrawal

Money Plant Tree - Secret Feng Shui Way to Attract Wealth

17th March 2010
In the event you are searhing for an easy way to draw in more wealth and money into your life, start by obtaining a money plant tree. This attractive indoor plant is commonly used as a feng shui tool to assist with finances. The way in which it looks has ... Read >
Author: Feng Shui Room Design

zinc oxide treatment paste

12th March 2010
The 30's are the new twenties! So they claim... However the fact is you cannot afford for being as careless with your skin color when you enter your 30's as you might are already when you have been with your twenties.As we age, our epidermis grows old and... Read >
Author: Mohammed Atkinson

Skin Aging: How Your Lifestyle Affects Your Skin

11th March 2010
For a few individuals, growing old could be a testament that he or she have more experienced several experiences. And this is somewhat the rewarding half of aging- gaining a lot of experiences and growing wiser. However, there are also folks who dread to ... Read >
Author: Lillie Smith

Home Remedies to Get Rid of Freckles

09th March 2010
Freckles are multiple, flat, spots on the skin due to uneven distribution of melanin in those areas. They are usually approximately the size of a matchstick head, and are reasonably uniform in colour. They are usually situated on sun bare areas of the ski... Read >
Author: Dr. Mital John

Arbutin is a natural skin whitening agent that is an inhibitor of tyrosinase

09th November 2009
Alpha form of arbutin has been found to be a stronger inhibitor than the arbutin. A-arbutin 4% can even curb the action of tyrosinase in low concentration. The inhibitory method of a-arbutin is different from the inhibitory mechanism of arbutin. And als... Read >
Author: sidharth

How to Get Rid of Deep Eye Wrinkles and Deep Forehead Wrinkles?

26th October 2009
The gradual appearance of wrinkles that seem to get etched deeper and deeper on the face, commonly called as deep eye wrinkles, may just be everyone's universal nightmare. No one wants to get old and even more; no one wants to look old. Having wrinkles... Read >
Author: Kalpana Rajagopalan

The Fundamental truth about UV Beams and Sunlight exposure

22nd September 2009
The human being body benefits from sun exposure. And a little bit of tan protects you from the sunshine. Right? Incorrect! The body does so gain from sunshine exposure. But a slight bit of tan may not needfully protect you from the sunlight. Let's disc... Read >
Author: Billy Knowles

Sunburn and Broken Blood Vessels

08th August 2009
Summer is just around the corner and we are all starting to think of lazy days on the beach getting a tan. Sadly, however, what a lot of us don't think about is the damage done to our skin from doing this. So many of us mistake sunburn as tanning and, as ... Read >
Author: John Russell

Removing Moles through Natural Ways

01st August 2009
Are you having a difficult battle with skin moles? Are they interfering with your every day life or do you not just like the look of them? Have you spent money on numerous creams and treatments with no lasting results? I am about to let you in on home rem... Read >
Author: jerry

How To Rebuild Collagen In Skin Underneath Eyes - Four Helpful Tips

30th June 2009
Let's face it. Your face and forehead can be smooth, firm and wrinkle-free, but if you have lines, bags and dark circles around your eyes you are going to look old. Fixing this problem calls for a healthy approach that addresses the main cause of these un... Read >
Author: olirom

How to End Cold Sore Flare-up

23rd June 2009
Cold sore is a very annoying condition that could annoy you for life. It is a viral infection caused by Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1 (HSV-1). Once you get infected by the virus, it will stay inactive in your body and once triggered another outbreak will ha... Read >
Author: Gerry Restrivera

Hydroquinone - How Good Is It For The Skin?

15th May 2009
Hydroquinone is a chemical lightener that is used extensively in skin lightening products and bleaching creams. It is especially useful for lightening skin discolorations like age spots, freckles and melasma.Skin Lightening with HydroquinoneHydroquinone l... Read >
Author: Marilynn Syrett

How to get a good tan?

08th May 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Rod Hoss Many people love to get their skin tanned but because of the side effects of tanning and lack of knowledge they fail to decide how to get a good tan. There is no doubt that a good tan makes the person look sexy and smart and... Read >
Author: Authority SEO

Anti Aging Skin Care With Retinol

22nd April 2009
As we grow old, our skin begins to age and develops wrinkles and fine lines. There is a plethora of anti aging skin care products available in the market that help to relieve these signs of aging and help the skin regain its lost vitality. These anti agin... Read >
Author: Marilynn Syrett
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