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What are Coil Hair Removers?

21st September 2011
The coil hair remover is basically a stainless-steel made tool that resembles a Slinky. If you look at it closely, it looks as if it is made up of a fine, flexible spring that forms an inverted U shape when bent. In between the spring-like structure are s... Read >
Author: cwhite80

Purpura Rash And Understanding HSP

29th June 2011
A purpura rash is generally a sign of an underlying medical problem which affects the bodyís blood vessels. It is sometimes known as "blood spots." Itís characterized by small, bloody lesions which look like measles spots. These appear all over the body, ... Read >
Author: aldrin1230

5 things to remember about blisters

31st March 2011
Mouth blisters are a dental disease that is mostly suffered by children but can also be seen in adults and here are 5 answered questions about them that you could find useful. 1. What are mouth blisters? Mouth blisters are a kind of inflammatory mo... Read >
Author: dvustran

Bump Free Bikini Waxing Is Possible

23rd March 2011
Those who have already tried bikini waxing before can relate to the fact that most of the time, bikini waxing leaves red bumps on the skin. This is particularly true if you are doing the waxing yourself. If you have the waxing done at a waxing salon, ther... Read >
Author: Kris Reese

Home Remedies for Dengue

17th February 2011
Dengue fever is one of the contagious viral diseases spread through the mosquito bite. The female Aedes aegypti mosquitoes thrive in stagnant water of surroundings and become the carriers of the virus. The disease is characterized by mild to high fever, h... Read >
Author: andrewson

Purchasing the Best Electric Shavers for Black Men

28th January 2011
Shaving can be a difficult task for black men at times for the simple fact that facial hair is more course and likely to curl. This is why it is important to find the right electric shavers for black men. There are a number of methods that can be used to ... Read >
Author: C. Glenn Chase

Different Kinds Of Rosacea

09th December 2010
Referred to as the "curse of the Celts," rosacea is really a chronic skin situation that generally impacts Caucasians. Rosacea is a term given to individuals who always blush especially in the center of the face like the cheeks, chin, nose, and forehead. ... Read >
Author: Johnny

General Overview of MRSA Staph Infection

19th November 2010
MRSA staph infection is short of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus which is a step worst from the normal staph infection. Simply put, it's when you develop a resistance to the antibiotic used for treating the ordinary staph infection. This i... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Bed Bug Bites - How to Identify The Symptoms and Relieve the Itch

14th May 2010
Information about bed bug bites, how to identify the symptoms, effects caused by the bites, and information on how to relieve the itch caused by the bites. First of all, it's important for you to realize most people probably won't even know or feel tha... Read >
Author: James Lee

Rosacea: Get Rid Of Fatal Skin Disease

28th April 2010
Rosacea is a skin disease, which affects the area of face, specially, nose, forehead and cheeks by small patches of red spots. It is a chronic skin condition involves a serious inflammation of eyelid, nose, chin, forehead and ultimately whole the face. Th... Read >
Author: davidjohn

What Is A Papule, And How Can You Get Rid Of It?

16th April 2010
There is an almost hundred percent chance that at some point in your life, you have experienced the horrible skin condition known commonly as acne. Acne effects hundreds of millions of people in the United States alone, and there is seemingly no escape fr... Read >
Author: George Hutton

Eczema on Face and Natural Remedies to Treat Eczema

22nd March 2010
The sense of the word "eczema" can reason confusion. Many people use this word to refer to an ordinary skin situation called atopic dermatitis. When this is the sense, the words "eczema/atopic dermatitis" may be worn. The word "eczema" also has a more ... Read >
Author: Dr Charles Buchar

Managing Rosacea Naturally

14th January 2010
Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that often occurs between the ages of 30 and 50. It is characterised by redness and flushing across the nose and cheeks but can also affect the neck, chest, eyes and ears. Rosacea is more prevalent in pale ... Read >
Author: Vitale Natural

Get Rid of Your Acne Forever with the Right Exposed Acne Treatment

13th October 2009
Do you find yourself picking at your exposed acne in a desperate attempt to rid your face of the awful red bumps? Well, I don't blame you, but I must inform you that you are only doing your skin a world of damage this way. When you pop your zits or try to... Read >
Author: Harley Molina

Can we Stop Rosacea

19th December 2008
Rosacea is a facial skin condition that is commonly misdiagnosed as acne, and we all know how emotionally as well as physically crippling acne cane be, it can seem like a curse. Rosacea is a long lasting condition that can get worse over time without trea... Read >
Author: stbotanicacouk
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