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Helpful Sunscreen Tips Like Don't Waste Money on Sunscreens Claiming SPF Over 50

Jun 26 2017 - 3:56pm
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Lets face it shopping for sunscreen is often a confusing activity. Let's look at some common sunscreen mistakes that people make so we can make the best choice for our family this summer.

These are the Dos and Don'ts to remember this summer when it comes to sunscreens.

Best Skin Care Routine for Women in Their 40s

Jun 23 2017 - 7:53pm
Skin care routing for women

If you are one of the lucky ones, you may not yet be seeing much change in your skin. But, if you are like the majority of women in their 40s, you may be noticing that your skin could use a little extra TLC. Too much sun damage and too many years neglecting to take care of your skin may finally be starting to show up in very real and distressing ways.

Perhaps you are noticing those crow’s feet and laugh lines don’t go away when you stop smiling.

7 Surprising Things Your Nails Say About Your Health

Jun 20 2017 - 7:03pm
fingernails about your health

Throughout the years, nail fashions have changed and evolved. Whether you prefer short, neatly trimmed natural fingernails, or today’s hot stiletto style, we view nicely manicured nails as a sign of good grooming. But did you know that besides defining your style, your nails can actually tell more about you? Keep reading for seven surprising things your nails say about your health.

What your nails say about your health

1. Vertical Ridges:

3 gentle on-skin baths that will keep your baby's eczema under control

Jun 9 2017 - 11:52pm
on skin baths for baby's eczema control

Atopic dermatitis (AT) is the most common type of eczema, especially in babies, and according to the National Eczema Association the prevalence of childhood eczema/atopic dermatitis in the US is 10.7%. Topical steroid creams sometimes help with relieving the itchiness and dryness caused by AT, but can cause allergic reactions themselves. So, these gentle on skin baths will keep your baby's eczema under control, and may be a great alternative to steroid creams.

The 3 gentle on skinbaths that will keep your baby's baby's eczema under control are: 1) colloidal oatmeal 2) baking soda bath 3) Coconut milk bath

Window film can greatly reduce your exposure to deadly UV rays

Jun 7 2017 - 1:02pm
Window Tint

One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of a lifetime according to skincare.org. Here are some simple tips such as window film, on how you can protect yourself and your children.

What is skin cancer? Skin cancer is the abnormal growth of skin cells. Skin cancer is caused by the sun's most damaging ultraviolet A and ultraviolet B rays.

Safe Solutions for 6 Common Skin Care Concerns Including Cellulite, Acne and Stretch Marks

May 15 2017 - 4:45pm
Skin Care Solutions

Summer is approaching! It’s the time of year met with mixed emotions. On one hand you’re excited for the warmer weather, open toe shoes and weekends at the beach or pool. On the other hand you dread revealing the stubborn cellulite, dull skin, stretch marks, scarring from breakouts on the chest shoulders or back not to mention coarse hairs.

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Natural Products and Remedies to Prevent or Stop Baby’s Diaper Rash

Apr 28 2017 - 3:28pm
Baby at Diaper Age

Let’s face it, no one is happy when the baby gets a diaper rash, but what can you do to prevent or remedy a rash without using harmful products, chemicals or drugs?

Even before I had children and we discovered a link between talcum and a potential to cause cancer, my mother warned me not to use

9 Stories About Eczema Treatment Including Through Alternative and Natural Ways

Apr 19 2017 - 7:08pm
Skin cream for eczema treatment

Your child has an eczema and you have tried all kinds of natural creams on his hands and Manuka honey, but no treatment works. No relief works and you are looking for solutions. Here are 9 stories about eczema treatment Emaxhealth reporters have covered before.

More Men Get Psoriasis Than Women And Here Is How To Reverse It

Apr 8 2017 - 6:18pm
Human Skin

Men tend to suffer more with psoriasis than do women, according to a new scientific study, but the psoriasis can be cured permanently with natural treatments. Here are several ways psoriasis can be reversed with natural means.

In wanting to know how to cure psoriasis permanently, it is first important to gain a clearer understanding of where the condition originates, who gets it and why.

New eczema treatment offers hope for devastating skin disease

Mar 29 2017 - 2:37pm
New drug approved by FDA for eczema treatment.

The FDA has approved a new drug designed to treat moderate to severe cases of eczema that fail to respond to other options, such as topical applications. The price of the medication high, but help is available, offering hope for patients with moderate to severe eczema.

Eczema is a skin condition that has a major impact on a person's quality of life, depending on the severity.

Should You Try Curcumin for Psoriasis?

Nov 27 2016 - 10:11am
curcumin for psoriasis

Psoriasis is one of the more frustrating skin conditions, as it can be challenging to treat and cause embarrassment. Along with conventional over-the-counter and prescription medications, there is evidence that the herbal remedy curcumin can be effective for treating psoriasis.

Psoriasis is considered an autoimmune disease because the body’s white T cells are prompted into action when they should not be, and the result is uncontrolled inflammation and rapid growth of skin

3 Common Things You Use in Your Kitchen That Doctors Say Can Help Heal Frostbite and Help You Live Longer

Oct 10 2016 - 11:08am
Healing Forstbite

Have a blister from the cold weather? Or maybe your muscles feel sore after an intense, healthy workout? Here are a few cheap, natural, and healthy remedies to ease your inflammation! They're right in your kitchen and help protect you from cancer and other inflammation-caused diseases too.

Danger: You Might Have Frostbite and Not Know It

What's the best vegan sunscreen for everyday wear

May 26 2016 - 8:10pm
Vegan Sunscreens

In one of the vegan forums that I follow one of them members asked about the best vegan sunscreen for everyday wear. What do you use as a natural vegan sunscreen and how do you make the recipe? Here are few interesting answers from the forum members.

"I use coconut oil but have to reapply often. It has a spf though of only 8-10. I need something higher in spf for the kids, but don't want the chemicals.

Deadly Skin Cancer Trigger Identified, What’s Next?

Aug 3 2015 - 6:37pm
deadly skin cancer

Scientists at Tel Aviv University have identified the trigger that causes the deadly skin cancer known as melanoma, a trigger that has been elusive until now. What is this discovery and what does it mean, especially since the rates of melanoma have been rising quickly over the past three decades in the United States?

Although melanoma makes up only 2 percent of skin cancer cases, it is the cause of nearly all deaths asso

Picking the right sunscreen is not what you thought

Jun 17 2015 - 8:24pm
How to choose the right sunscreen

A new study from Northwestern Medicine researchers found forty-three percent of consumers surveyed had no idea what to look for when choosing the right sunscreen. Are you using the right skin protection?

Choosing the right sunscreen can save your skin from premature aging and skin cancer, but looking at SPF value isn’t all you need to know.

Study Shows Anti-Wrinkle Collagen Pill Really Works

Oct 8 2014 - 8:00am
Anti-wrinkle collagen

In the August 2014 issue of Prevention, readers are alerted to a new anti-wrinkle collagen treatment that research shows actually works as well as - if not better than - most retinoic acid creams. More surprisingly is the fact that this anti-aging agent is not applied directly to the skin; rather, it is taken as a pill. Here is what its researchers have to say about this new anti-wrinkle miracle and what you should look for when buying it.

The problem of many anti-wrinkle collagen pumping products is that not only are they very expensive, but typically only last a few hours to a few days toward plumping up the skin to reduce wrinklin

Vitamin D May Help Improve Eczema in Children

Oct 7 2014 - 7:51pm

Atopic dermatitis, a type of eczema, affects almost 18 million Americans according to statistics from the National Eczema Association. For many, the condition worsens in the winter when heated homes and low humidity dry the skin.

A new study has found that perhaps a vitamin supplement can help reduce the symptoms of itchy, inflamed skin from eczema.

Gluten-free skin care products questioned for celiac disease

Sep 16 2014 - 7:56pm
Gluten-Free Skin Care Products

People with celiac disease frequently switch to gluten-free skin care products in an effort to reduce their exposure to the protein. However, researchers and medical professionals have questioned if this is a necessary step. Although there are some instances that it may be required, it is important to follow expert advice before throwing away all the beauty products in your home.

Gluten can be found in many skin care products, but it may not pose a danger to everyone.

Why Skin Lightening Cream Sucks Because It May Have Mercury Not Listed in Ingredients

Aug 18 2014 - 4:30pm
skin lightening cream

UPDATE AUGUST 2016: New information about mercury in skin lightening creams is offered below (in italics) before the original article.

A recent study in Clinical and Experimental Dermatology has revealed how common it is for mercury and other dangerous substances to be found in skin lightening products originating from countri

Preventing the Harmful Effects of Sun Damage

Aug 15 2014 - 7:34am
sunburn damage

Even though summer is winding down, the summer sun still has plenty of opportunities left to wrap us in its warmth and comfort. People everywhere are beefing up their schedules with as many outdoor activities as possible before the cold, cruel winter makes its painful presence in our lives. But with this increased exposure to the sun and its powerful UV rays comes an even greater responsibility to protect yourself from the violent damage these rays are capable of causing; whether it be trivial sun spots and wrinkles, or the more serious skin cancer and melanoma.

Indoor tanning puts youth at risk for basal cell carcinoma

Jun 25 2014 - 10:51pm
A tanning bed

There is a great deal of emphasis on looking good in our society. This often leads young people to seek out indoor tanning parlors and to ignore warnings that these places can be dangerous. Kids often take the position that the risk of cancer from indoor tanning is just a lot of hype. However, it has been observed that there is an increased risk of skin cancer in kids who are exposed to indoor tanning.

New Beauty Tips to Avoid Being Scammed

May 30 2014 - 10:01am
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How do you base your buying decision on your beauty and skincare products? If you are like most women, you look for words like “Firming,” “Hypoallergenic,” “Brightening” and “Organic.” But did you know that many times those words are just marketing hype?! Discover for yourself these new beauty tips that will help you avoid being scammed as you learn what to watch out for and what to look for the next time you go shopping for cosmetics.

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