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How to improve the appearance of scarring

- Date added 24/03/2015
There are many different types of scarring that can occur, whether they are injury scars from an accident, remnants of acne, surgery scars or from burns.

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Sun Protection

- Date added 23/03/2015
There is a common perception that people with darker skin tones are less likely to contract skin cancer and that genetically, their darker skin does not need to be protected in the sun.

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Tackling Acne

- Date added 24/02/2015
Acne can happen to anyone, at any stage in their lives – not just teenagers, as is commonly assumed.

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The ultimate guide for treating scars

- Date added 16/02/2015
Skin blemishes due to acne, burns, cuts, injury, bites or surgery, can often leave unsightly scarring, which can severely hamper your confidence.

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Identifying skincare that effectively treats stretch marks

- Date added 15/01/2015
Most women will encounter stretch marks at some point in their life, either due to pregnancy, results of rapid weight loss or gain, or due to growth spurts during puberty.

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Using Skin Lightening Products Wisely

- Date added 05/01/2015
Societies in which darker skin tones are predominant, often possess an unhealthy notion to make their skin fairer, mostly due to cultural and societal preferences and pressures.

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UNDERSTANDING DARK CIRCLES TO IDENTIFY SUITABLE PRODUCT

- Date added 24/12/2014
It is significant to understand that sleeping late and tiredness are not the only causes of under eye dark circles, as is ordinarily renowned.

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WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF ACNE?

- Date added 10/11/2014
In terms of what actually happens in the skin in Acne,there are four essential pathological components:

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THE BEST TREATMENTS AVAILABLE FOR ACNE OVERVIEW

- Date added 10/11/2014
Generally speaking, treatments of Acne can be divided into 1) Systemic treatments (oral medication) 2) Topical (applied to skin )

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HOW TO TREAT DARK SKIN PATCHES(HYPERPIGMENTATION) DUE TO HYPERKERATITIS PILARIS

- Date added 04/11/2014
Management of Hyperpigmentation in Keratitis Pilaris This is a very common(50-70%) ,chronic problem of dark skinned patients who not only suffer with bumpy dry skin like goose bumps(chicken skin)but in addition are afflicted with hyperpigmentation(darkening of skin) as well. It commonly affects the back & outer side of arms but can affect the whole body sparing only the hairless palms & soles of feet

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