Evidence is emerging in the scientific community that there might be a clear connection between breakouts and certain types of food. Although the vast majority of Dermatologists do not believe so, there has been a study published by the American Academy of Dermatology which reveals that acne is 81% genetic and 19% environmental.
Melasma is characterized by brown patches, usually irregular in size; that can appear on the forehead, cheeks, upper lip, and nose. Women with a strong history of sun exposure are particularly at risk for developing melasma. Other factors to consider are: genetic predisposition and hormones.
The start of the year; new year, new you. Suffering from the post-holiday blues and finding it hard to remove stubborn fat? Dr Dejuliis explains Coolsculpting and Venus Freeze as FDA-approved solutions to removing stubborn fat permanently.
Are you unhappy with your skin? Does it feel dry and dehydrated? Is your complexion dull and starting to show more wrinkles than you can bear? Winter months can take a toll on someone’s skin. Outdoor cold air and indoor dry heat can make your face appear dehydrated and increase the chances for adding extra wrinkles.
Are you confused when buying make-up? Do you wonder if the expensive foundation you just purchased is the right color for your skin type? Do you have the impression that make-up sometimes shows more wrinkles on you face? When in doubt, just follow the simple suggestions in Dr DeJuliis' blog post.
Adequate Vitamin D is necessary for optimal health, but most Americans are lacking a sufficient vitamin level. There are 2 main forms of Vitamin D: Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol), and Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol). If you think you are getting enough vitamin D through your calcium pill, think again!
With my busy lifestyle, I felt so confident about my approaching “changes.” I convinced myself I had no time for hot flashes, mood swings and all of that nonsense. Until one day, Menopause hit me like a brick right in my face.