I participated in the Polar Bear Plunge on New Year’s Day. It is an annual tradition in which brave (and / or hangover) souls jump into the icy Atlantic off Coney Island. This year I set out to Dry Skin Patrol. I was not ready to show my pasty winter skin, but at least my arms and legs were soft and smooth because I have been diligent in applying the lotion. Even if you do not strip a swimsuit in the short term, it is a good idea to pay attention to the skin in …Read more
Many people do not know the beneficial effect of Argan oil. From what I’ve read at my new favorite site called Reinventing Aging, this oil is extracted from raw Argan nuts from the Argan tree in Morocco and is also called Moroccan oil. Women of Morocco take the initiative of the extraction process in the traditional form and produce the oil for medicinal, cosmetic and cooking purposes. The benefits of oil are tremendous. In any problem like external and internal health problem, the use of oil is effective. So, research on the history …Read more
Reinventing Aging Saffron Max is very simple. It works on smell and taste and definitely provide the best result. From what I’ve read and purchased from the Reinventing Aging brand of saffron extract, you will not have to worry about overeating due to saffron extract. It will help you in all possible manner and give you the best result on the weight loss program. Therefore, take the steps on a serious note.
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Positive effects of Saffron extract have encouraged many people towards the product. Especially women take the …Read more
Summer time is here, and everyone wants to shop the best and look best. So, this summer we suggest you take advice from Reinventing Aging on which diet is best for you. It’s time for the overweight people to take matters into their own hand. Let’s take a look at Sensa first. But before you try sensa you should read the Sensa reviews at Reinventing Aging. Sensa may be the best method that will give you the loss in the weight without the curb in the food. It is a quite effective measure for …Read more
Many of you may be taking krill oil for the heart, but did you know it can also help your skin stay healthy and beautiful? Is mentioned at Reinventing Aging, “krill oil is rich in omega-3 fatty acids“, which help skin replenish its natural “bubble wrap” of lipids. Furthermore, these fatty acids fight inflammation and has been shown to help relieve rashes (such as eczema and psoriasis) and calm acne eruptions. If you can, try krill oil get your naturally – by eating fatty cold water fish like wild salmon, mackerel, sardines and …Read more
One of my patientscomplained that while he was shaving her armpits, realized ofskin flexible parts in the armpits. She was describing skin tags, skin ofextra harmless little pieces sticking out of his body. They usually appear in body folds such as the armpits, sides of the neck, between the thighs and breasts underyour.
Skin tags can behereditary, or may be an effect of hormonal fluctuations. They commonlyappear on the skin of women during pregnancy, when hormones are also making hair grow faster andnails. In many cases skin tags are caused by friction when skinrubs on …Read more
It may seem attractive to kiss a handsome leading man, but did you know to do outside can be an occupational hazard? An actress in a comedy wider audience told me that once faced a kissing scene with her co-star who had a sore on his lip. The crew was on a tight schedule, and the manager insisted that the scene was filmed that day. However, the actress refused to do the scene (smart woman!). Although many critics reached for it, she stood firm, and the scene was rewritten so that she would not have …Read more
Do you have a mole somewhere on your body that you wish you had taken? Cute is the mole near his lips now getting so big it needs its own zip code? If so, you are not alone. Many of my patients ask me to remove tumors on the skin, and most of them are surprised at how quick and relatively painless procedure can be. Here are some frequently asked questions patients ask me about mole removal:
How can you remove? I can use various techniques to remove moles, depending on their size and location. …Read more
One of my favorite trends for this fall is the look rock-and-roll: sturdy boots, studs and washers, and motorcycle jackets. Get the rock edge without looking like a refugee from a biker gang, making sure your skin is shiny and polished makeup. No need to buy a lot of new products, just choose what still works from the summer and add new products as needed. Refresh your style with these beauty tips fall:…
Colder weather and low humidity means that your skin needs more moisture. If your skin is dry, you may have a formulaRead more
Q: Ihave many moles, and I want to get checked. But when I went to adermatologist, just looked at his face and arms and did not even ask me tochange in a gown. I'm not an exhibitionist, but I grew up with a lot of sunexposure, so I would like a full review. Am I being unreasonable?
A: Not at all. You're absolutely right – you deserve a thoroughexam, especially with its history. This is what the doctor should ask you all for a skin exam every year:
Getnaked.Unless your doctor has X-ray vision, you …Read more
In medicine, as in fashion, sometimes what's old is new again. Honey, that was used in the Middle Ages to treat infected wounds, has recently been shown to kill a variety of bacteria, including staph and E. coli (a cause of food poisoning). In hospitals and wound care clinics, dressings and topical gels containing medicinal honey have been used to help speed the healing of surgical wounds and skin to treat infected wounds. Honey has also been shown to relieve and help heal burns faster.
This does not mean, however, that you should grab your …Read more
A patient who has just entered the office and asked me to help her get rid of "pimples" under and around the eyes. He had used a variety of acne treatments to get rid of the bumps, but only made her skin dry and flaky, while the blows continued. When I looked under my lamp examination, it became clear why acne medications had not worked – she had no acne. He syringoma. These are the types of hits that commonly occur around the eyes:…
Syringoma are harmless tumors of sweat glands. They look like smallRead more
Several years ago, I had a satellite office in Malibu, across the street from the beach. In fact, some patients may come directly to your appointments from the beach, shaking the sand from your shoes. As you can imagine, I saw a lot of people with sun damage, brown spots, and problems with uneven skin tone, including melasma, which causes dark spots on the forehead, cheeks and upper lip. At first, I tried to recommend prescription-strength fading creams (such as those containing hydroquinone and Retin-A) and in-office treatments. However, many of my patients were not …Read more
Q: myboyfriend doctor told him he had a staph infection in his leg. Now I madat afraid because I have touched him. How I can make sure I do not get caught?
A: You're right to be afraid of getting, since infections with staph (short for Staphylococcusaureus, a type of bacteria) are very contagious. You must askhim what type of staph that he has – there is a strain of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) – thatcan be difficult to treat because it is resistant to antibiotics usuallyprescribe for skin infections. Here's how you can …Read more
One of my patients came to the office recently due to a large red "mole" in his left leg had begun to chafe. Although growth has had for years, lately it has been bleeding when running. She is training for the Los Angeles Marathon, so I've been running 30 miles a week, and she is worried that one day could start blasting blood during a race. She is also worried that it might be a sign of skin cancer.
When I examined her leg, was a bright red raised lump about the size of a …Read more