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Dealing With Excess Sweat? Consider Botox Treatments

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Botox is often associated with cosmetic treatments, like reducing wrinkles; however, Botox does have some other beneficial uses. For instance, if you suffer from a condition like hyperhidrosis, where you experience sweating that’s not related to exercise or heat, Botox could help you curb your symptoms. Read on to learn more. What Is Botox and How Does it Help Excessive Sweating? Botox is a neurotoxic protein that’s produced by the bacteria Clostridium botulinum.…

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Tips to Improve Your Skincare Routine

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Skincare is important no matter your age. It involves more than a quick wash and scrub with that bar of soap that probably dries out your skin. To help improve your skin tone, clear up your skin and give your skin a healthy glow you should improve your skincare routine. See below for tips on how to improve your routine. Use Face Wash Use an actual face wash, not a bar of soap.…

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Dealing With Weak Vaginal Muscles? 3 Steps To Rejuvenate And Tighten Your Vagina

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Whether you’ve had multiple pregnancies, or you’re just living through the normal changes that occur as you age, you might have noticed that your vagina isn’t what it used to be. It’s normal for a woman’s vagina to stretch out, and relax, over time. However, just because it’s normal, doesn’t make it any more enjoyable. In fact, dealing with a vagina that’s not as tight as it once was, can be downright unbearable.…

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Beginning To Notice Pesky Skin Tags? What Are Your Best Removal Options?

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If you’ve recently begun to notice small folds or flaps of skin around your eyes, ears, neck, or other parts of your body, you’re not alone – just about everyone who lives to be age 80 or older winds up with at least one skin tag. However, their commonness doesn’t make them any less irritating, especially for those who tend to develop them in more visible areas. Should you try to treat these skin tags at home or visit a dermatologist?…

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Three Types Of Medications To Try For Your Rosacea

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Between the redness, the burning sensations, and the pimples, rosacea can be quite difficult to live with. It’s also difficult to treat. A medication that works well for one patient may do nothing for you. So you and your dermatologist may have to experiment with a few different drugs before finding one that’s effective. Here’s a look at some of the common medications used to treat rosacea. Doxycycline Doxycycline is a broad-spectrum antibiotic, which means it kills a wide array of different types of bacteria, including those that are thought to be associated with rosacea.…

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Understanding Your Skin Cancer: Treatment Options

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There are a wide range of skin cancers diagnosed each year, and it’s important to know your specific diagnosis before you begin treatment. Two types of common skin cancers are basal cell and squamous cell, both of which are generally treated easily when caught in the early stages. Dermatologists treat basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas in the early stages and will refer the patient to a surgical oncologist if surgery is necessary, a medical oncologist if chemotherapy is considered, or a radiation oncologist if the dermatologist believes radiation is necessary to treat the cancer.…

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What Can You Do to Treat Melasma?

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During pregnancy, hormonal changes can cause a number of changes to your body. Your skin is not immune to those changes. One common condition experienced during pregnancy is melasma.   What Are the Symptoms of Melasma? Melasma, or the mask of pregnancy, causes brown patches to appear, mainly on your face. The patches usually show up on the nose, forehead, and cheeks. Sometimes, the patches can be seen on other parts of the body, such as the forearms.…

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Removing Abdominal Fat With Liposculpting Technology

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Many people do not have bodies that are ideal in shape. Some people are thin and others are not. Body fat accumulates in fat cells, and genetics are thought to also play a part in the shape you grow up with and cannot get rid of. Though you might diet and exercise, you still may not be able to lose excess fat that collects in your body. Body sculpting in the form of liposculpting is the trending way to lose fat around your abdomen.…

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Three Common Little Habits That Can Cause Acne To Linger Even With Treatment

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Are you following all of your dermatologist’s instructions for treating your acne, but still experiencing breakouts? Pills, creams, and medicated washes can all be highly effective for treating acne, but if you are engaging in other little habits that perpetuate breakouts, their effectiveness may be limited. Here’s a look at three habits you may need to break if you want to be truly acne-free. Sleeping on a dirty pillowcase. No matter how clean your face is at bedtime, it still contains some oils and bacteria.…

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What To Expect After Mole Removal

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Nothing is more disconcerting than getting out of the shower and suddenly noticing one of your moles. Is that the way it always looked? Has it changed? It has changed! How long has it been this way? All the times you skipped the sunscreen or went to the tanning booths run through your head, and you quickly make the next appointment at the dermatologist. If you and your doctor decide there has indeed been a change, such as an irregular border, color change, or elevated growth, you will likely be scheduled for a biopsy.…

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