The 411 On Hyperpigmentation


Eating well, exercising, and visiting your doctor regularly are important steps to live a healthy, happy life. However, many conditions can affect you even when following these simple tasks to live a healthy lifestyle. If you have developed dark patches on various parts of your skin, you may have hyperpigmentation. While this skin condition is not life threatening, it can affect your appearance and self-esteem. With this guide, you will understand hyperpigmentation and learn how to restore your skin back to a more appealing state.

3 March 2017

Menopause Treatment: Three Treatment Solutions For Hot Flashes


It's an inevitable part of life. Sooner or later, all women will go through menopause. While some women experience little symptoms, some women experience an unbearable amount of symptoms during the last 1 to 2 years of perimenopause. Hot flashes are one of the most common complaints of women going through menopause. The constant and persistent periods filled with intense heat, sweating, and warm skin can feel rather uncomfortable. If you're seeking menopause treatment that can target hot flashes, consider the 3 solutions mentioned below.

2 March 2017

4 Tips For Recovery Following MOHS Surgery


Mohs surgery is a special surgical procedure which is used to treat and hopefully cure skin cancer patients. The surgery involves removing multiple layers of skin, which means that patients may have an open wound or a skin graft that needs to be bandaged following the surgery. If you are about to undergo this procedure, your doctor will likely provide you with some advice, but here are four additional tips that should help you stay on top of the situation.

28 February 2017

Got Ringworm? Learn How To Treat This Skin Condition At Home


Ringworm is a scaly rash that presents itself in a circular, or ring-like, pattern, giving it its name. The fungus that causes the rash, trichophyton rubrum, is the same fungus that is responsible for athlete's foot and jock itch. As such, treatment is the same for all of these conditions. If you have ringworm, you will want to treat the condition as it is extremely contagious. While there are many over-the-counter products you can buy to treat it, there are also a few at home remedies to kill the fungus and wipe the rash out.

27 February 2017