Archive for the ‘Skin Diseases’ Category

allergy skin

Allergy skin: Causes and symptoms of intolerance to cosmetics

It should be noted that, cosmetics are a completely safe product; they are also a combination of chemicals, so it is not disposable, that they may be the cause of...

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seborrheic dermatitis

Seborrheic Dermatitis: How is it treated?

Redness and peeling of the skin are the most common symptoms of this type of dermatitis that mainly affects the scalp, but it can also spread to other parts of the...

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teenage acne

How to prevent teenage acne

The teenage acne is very common. Adolescence is a wonderful stage of life. From age 13, approximately, is when we began to relate to people who like us physically,...

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Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease that affects many people, men and women. Here we have more on this condition. Psoriasis is one of the many diseases that can...

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care for dry skin

Prevent and care for dry skin

Dry skin can be a characteristic of each person, however, adequate food and some simple home treatments can reverse the situation and moisturize skin deeply, especially...

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laser resurfacing

What is laser resurfacing? Is It Right for You?

Are you upset with the appearance of your skin? Acne scarring, and minor facial flaws can be easily treated with laser resurfacing. Using a laser to smooth the skin...

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botox treatment

Benefits Of Botox Liverpool

If you wish to get rid of wrinkles and furrows from your face, consider botox treatment. The procedure has become widely popular in recent years among majority of...

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viral warts

Viral warts

The wart is a small bump in the hard and often rough skin. Appear most frequently on the hands and face. Its occurrence is more frequent in childhood and adolescence. Often...

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Child Health – Chickenpox

Chickenpox is a common contagious childhood disease. The disease occurs mainly in children, because most adults have become immune to. The severity of chickenpox...

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fungal skin

Fungi on the skin: clinical and therapeutic approach

Fungal diseases of the skin are called “cutaneous mycoses”. These infections in the surface layer of the skins (stratum corneum) that normally do not...

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