Rosacea is a fairly common skin problem which affects millions of people every year throughout the globe. Some of the common symptoms include redness, irritation and burning eyes. Unfortunately, there is no fixed cure for this disease. However, by taking some preventive measures, you can keep the symptoms in check.
Oily skin can be a real nuisance and if not managed properly can lead to other problems such as blocked, enlarged pores and acne. Following these six simple tips can take your oily skin from bothersome to beautiful in no time.
Problem skin, it’s an issue we’ve all had to deal with at least once in our life and for many of us it’s a constant battle to maintain a healthy, happy complexion.
For those of us with a dry skin type, information on how to care for your skin can be especially difficult to come by, but as with all skin types, following a few simple tips can may a whole world of difference to your face.
Combination skin is perhaps the most common skin type there is, but is notoriously tricky to care for. Characterized by two or more skin types, (most often an oily t-zone and dry to normal cheeks) it can be difficult to cater to all areas of the face, however the following six tips will help you become a combination sensation!
A really unfortunate fact of life is that society tends to consider an individual’s outward appearance FIRST, rather than their splendid personality when trying to understand them. For people who suffer from milia, a skin condition characterized by the formation of small, white, hard BUT harmless cysts, the condition can negatively affect their self-esteem as well as their social status. As such, this article will provide comprehensive information on the causes of milia, natural remedies to treat the condition, and the best products one can purchase to effectively get rid of the unsightly bumps.
Individuals who suffer from oily (acne prone) skin can all agree that the mere existence of the condition not only makes them experience various negative psychological and physical conditions.
For a lot of skin conditions, using toner is one of those things that can either be optional or, if you have sensitive skin, better avoided. However, if you’ve found your way to this article then you’re a fellow sufferer from Acne and/or oily skin. For us, a toner is key to our skin care, so that’s why I’ve put together the ultimate guide to Toners, selected 5 of the best options on the market, and given my personal opinion as to which I think is the best (and why).