Skin cancer could evolve at any age and is highly dependent on external factors. Taking into account all recent scientific data, environment and climate change, skin cancer prevention measures must be a part of everyday life in your family. They are as important as doing sports and healthy eating.
Skin cancer prevention should be started within the first day after birth. When your child is small, it is mainly your area of responsibility. When a kid gets older, it is important to teach him or her the basics of skin protection and to convince that following those rules is vital.
Acne often leaves not only a lot of bad memories but also some quite visible scars and marks. Many adolescents and adults want to get rid of them as quickly as possible. But here is an important thing – acne scars cannot be eliminated overnight. It is important to skip all those “magic pills” and to choose a safe and proven method or a combination of methods. And to be patient.
Botox is one of the most efficient tools in the arsenal of dermatologists who specialize in anti-age skin treatments. Nevertheless, despite the long history (over 50 years, to be more precise) of successful utilization, it is still is covered with myths and fears.
Optimistic people say that aging brings you wisdom. Other say aging brings you wrinkles. However, all of them prefer to use Botox to make the signs of aging less visible.
Botox injections efficiently combat expression lines and wrinkles on your face, reduce the frown lines and crow’s feet, make the forehead skin smoother.
Contact dermatitis is a very insidious and multifaceted skin disease. It could be waiting for you anywhere – at work, in the country and even in your bathroom or jewelry box.
Contact dermatitis is an inflammatory skin disease that occurs as a reaction after contact with a chemical or allergenic substance. The list of substances that could cause inflammation is quite long and includes a lot of stuff we have to use daily: soap, cleaning products, latex, cosmetics, metals (like nickel or gold), alcohol, plant juice, drugs, ink, paint, glue, some fabrics. Also, contact dermatitis could be caused by unprotected extensive exposure to UV-light.
The intensity of the allergic reaction depends on the individual immune defense reactions. The acute stage can occur immediately, or several hours and even days after the contact with an allergen. The skin in the area of contact might turn red, and it may burn, itch and blister. Rashes, puffiness, and swelling could appear on the skin surface. There could be a general malaise and increase in body temperature. (more…)