Did you know that your skin is your body’s largest organ and that it makes up 18% of your body weight? Here are some facts:
Lets start with……
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Acne is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition that causes spots and pimples,especially on the face, shoulders, back, neck, chest, and upper arms.
Whiteheads, blackheads, pimples, cysts, and nodules are all types of acne.
It is the most common skin condition in the United States, affecting up to 50 million Americans yearly.
It commonly occurs during puberty, when the sebaceous glands activate, but it can occur at any age. It is not dangerous, but it can leave skin scars.
The glands produce oil and are stimulated by male hormones produced by the adrenal glands in both males and females.
At least 85 percent of people in the U.S. experience acne between the ages of 12 and 24 years.
?Fast facts on acne?
Here are some facts about acne
Acne is a skin disease involving the oil glands at the base of hair follicles.
It affects 3 in every 4 people aged 11 to 30 years.
It is not dangerous, but it can leave skin scars.
Treatment depends on how severe and persistent it is.
Risk factors include genetics, the menstrual cycle, anxiety and stress, hot and humid climates, using oil-based makeup, and squeezing pimples.
Yes, I know its cold, and I know it feels so much better when we have a bit of sun, but if you don’t tan naturally, and have pale skin that pigments, freckles and burns in the sun, its not good news. Sundamage sits underneath your skin and becomes more prominent when exposed to sunrays. Dark age spots develop throughout the years will also become more noticeable if not protected. But there is a way to reverse the signs of aging and brighten your skin and remember ~ Pale is cool! Lets learn to keep it that way.
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?WRINKLES & LARGE PORES?
The skin’s structure comes from elastic fibers that allow the skin to “snap” back when pulled. As you age, the elastic fibers break down, resulting in lost elasticity for the skin. The pull of gravity and fat loss as you age can result in wrinkling. Wrinkles may appear as tiny folds, particularly where your skin moves in your facial expressions — such as the lines of your face when you smile or the creases in your eyes when you squint, according to “The Doctors Book of Home Remedies.” Enlarged pores are characterized by round openings that can make your skin appear uneven. Because the pores are large, your skin also may appear oil.
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A number of conditions affect the size of your pores, including genetics; if your parents have large pores, you likely will as well. Sun damage that can thicken pore diameter, poor exfoliation and the presence of blackheads all can contribute to enlarged pores.
Wrinkles are predominantly a by-product of aging. Other activities, such as smoking or exposing your skin to excessive amounts of ultraviolet light — either by the sun or a tanning bed — also can cause wrinkling.
Is it sensitive skin or something else?
Most people think of sensitive skin as skin that is easily irritated. You may find that certain products or environmental factors cause you to get red, itchy, or even break out. However, there are a few medical conditions that can cause similar symptoms. Rosacea, eczema, and allergic contact dermatitis are commonly mistaken for sensitive skin. Your dermatologist is your best resource to determine the cause of your problem and develop a treatment plan to get and keep your skin clear–no matter the cause. To determine if it’s sensitive skin, he or she will probably ask you if you experience some common symptoms.
Rosacea is a common but poorly understood condition that affects many. Some cases are mild and some much more severe. It can affect the cheeks and nose, and also the forehead and brow area, and whole face. I have done many clients with this condition and the results vary depending on the severity of the outbreak. As a rule, the redness in your face will cause the eyebrow tattoo to heal more ash, and a nice colour cant be promised. If you have this on your forehead or the redness has developed into lumps – you are not suitable for cosmetic tattoo. It has been linked to your diet, and there are treatments available from your doctor.
Many people have psoriasis. Its not contagious, and out of all the places on your body it can appear, its not that likely to end up on your face. BUT, remember, your skin is connected all over.
This would be the most common thing that we see. I am often asking clients if they have ever been diagnosed with Eczema as I can see inflamed or dry looking skin on the face. Some of you have – but for those of you that haven’t ever been officially diagnosed, you will usually agree that you have also seen dry patches in your scalp, brows, and at the side of your nose. Usually people that have been diagnosed with eczema, find that their triggers can be cosmetics, stress, detergents, cleaning products and they have a general sensitivity. For those of you never diagnosed, but do notice the dry patches, it may be worth while still having it checked. Often a condition called Seborrheic Dermatitis goes untreated for a long time. It appears on the body where there are a lot of oil producing glands, or folds in the skin.
That wonderful living organ that keeps you safe, dry, free from infection, and stops you from dying. We always recommend that you have a consultation – it’s FREE Right Here!
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