Botox and fillers have a varying lifespan that’s unique to the individual. But it’s generally agreed that how long they’ll last for you has at least some bearing on your metabolism. So what does this mean? Can you work out whether this will equate to an overly short or long period and, very importantly, can you do anything about it?
Ingrown hairs are painful and unsightly. So how can you treat them? Even more importantly, is there anything you can do to lessen the risk of them occurring? Thankfully, you can treat the condition and yes, there are many things you can do to help prevent them in the future.
We all love the sun. Not only does it give us a healthy glow, but exposure allows our bodies to create vital vitamin D and for various chemical reactions within the brain to occur, giving us that wonderful “feel good” factor.
Psoriasis is an autoimmune condition that affects around 3% of adults in the US. One of the symptoms is that of raised red ‘plaques’ on the skin that can cover large areas.
Pimples and spots are something that blights many of our complexions. While acne is often presumed to be a condition that only affects teenagers, nothing could be further from the truth.
Who doesn’t want youthful skin? Along with well-proven advice, such as sun protection, a good cleansing and moisturizing regime, high-quality skincare treatments, and—the habit that underlines them all—drinking plenty of water, it seems there may be another to add to the list: regular aerobic exercise.
We all love to feel the sun on our skin—in fact, a lack of it can cause a variety of health problems, including a vitamin D deficiency. However, as we all know, skin damage caused by UV rays can lead to many issues.