Have you ever been to a dermatologist? A dermatologist helps you with any skin issues you might have, from irregular moles and skin cancer checks, to help with acne problems. Here are some ways to know if you should call a dermatologist ASAP: You’ve tanned or been sunburned in the
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I’ve never been particularly fond of drinking water, but I never realized how much of an effect not drinking enough truly has on our bodies. Increasing your water intake is arguably the simplest way to improve your overall health and lifestyle, yet it’s something many of us can’t manage to
Your skin is your largest organ, so you need to take care of it! Your skin absorbs whatever you put on it very quickly, so if you use a lot of chemical filled products, your skin will absorb those chemicals and they could have long-term health hazards. Check out some
If you have dry skin, winter is probably not your favorite season. Winter and dry air can cause dry skin and even cause the skin to be itchy and flaky. Here are some ways to soothe and prevent dry skin this winter: Forget the hot showers. When it is reaching
Have your feet ever started swelling up like a balloon for seemingly no reason? Cue panic and tons of googling! Don’t fear, most cases it is not serious so put down the phone filled with WebMD articles and read on. Here are some reasons your feet might be swelling and
Do you use a loofah in the shower? Be honest: how often do you really replace it? A few months? A year? You might think that it is in the shower and you use it with soap, so how dirty can it really be? You’ll probably want to go buy
As you age, belly fat is a completely normal thing that happens to most of us. However, it can not only be uncomfortable, but it can mess with your self-esteem and cause other health problems. So how do you get rid of it for good? Here are some tried and
If you have very oily skin, you are probably frustrated by makeup that melts off in an hour or zits that keep appearing. Genetics, environments, hormones and daily activity can all contribute to oily skin. Here are some ways to manage it: Find a proper skin care routine. Start with
You hear doctors all the time telling you that your health is important. For women, there are many potentially life-saving tests you should receive. You should get a mammogram every two years starting at age 40 and earlier if you find a lump or your doctor recommends it for you.
Did you know that how much sleep you actually need changes as you age? Here’s what The National Sleep Foundation recommends from their studies according to age: Newborns (0 to 3 months): 14 to 17 hours of sleep Infants (4 to 11 months): 12 to 15 hours of sleep Toddlers