For busy women, taking care of your skin does not have to be complicated or a full-time job. A few simple tricks and modifications to your routine will give you the radiant skin you deserve.
If you have cellulite, you are not alone. Cellulite affects more than 85 percent of all women to some degree. It is characterized by alterations to the skin surface, presenting as dimpled or puckered skin, primarily involving the thighs and buttocks. With the advances in technology and more women demanding treatment, significant research has gone into better understanding and treating cellulite in the last decade.
Melanoma is the leading cause of cancer death for young adults 25-30 years old. The incidence of melanoma has doubled in the last 25 years. Unless it is found early, it can be deadly. One American dies of melanoma every hour. If detected early, survival rate can be 99 percent. One in 58 Americans will develop melanoma.
Acne has a number of causes: hormones, inflammation, clogging of the pores, and bacteria. Anything that can worsen one of these factors will predispose you to breakouts. Here are some tips for controlling hormones and inflammation
The natural aging process begins in the mid-20s at a cellular level, but isn’t always visually obvious until your 30s. Getting a jumpstart on it early will keep it affordable and simple, as it is much more costly if you abuse your skin and try to reverse damage later on.
Protecting your skin is important for anti-aging and health. Here are five things you can do to improve the health and look of your skin:
For those of you who have really oily skin, you may be wondering about the best way to deal with it, and whether or not you still have to moisturize. If you fall into this category, you are not alone! After all, it is a common issue for women.
Dr. Jennifer Haley, a board-certified dermatologist, answers a few common skin-related questions sent in by FitnessRx readers!
Sugar has zero nutritional value— it ruins both your figure and your skin. Sugar is highly addictive, affecting the brain like heroin, and it doesn’t contribute to satiety, so overeating is inevitable. Your skin represents your internal health, and the effects of sugar on both can be horrifying.
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