The few who don't suffer from chronic skin issues are lucky indeed. For some it is dry skin that incessantly flakes, for others its redness of the face that won't fade or acne that persists even when you're are old enough to start shopping for anti-aging treatments. We understand the desire to put your best face forward, only to glance in the mirror and become dismayed over the trouble spots marring your complexion. We don't want to raise any alarms, but there is the probability that your irritated skin is more serious than you think. If the issues you encounter with your skin fall into any the above mentioned categories, it could be worth your time checking in with your doctor. When there's a problem, there is often a treatment.
The flush of healthy skin is one thing, but if that blush persists or appears less than healthful, your red skin might not be a natural flush at all. If your skin appears red across your cheeks or the bridge of your nose, there is the possibility that you could have Rosacea. This condition is three times more likely to affect women over men, with the onset peaking in those between the ages of 30 and 60.
Seriously irritated skin
Winter can affect your akin in a myriad of ways, but even with the havoc it can wreak, it shouldn't leave your skin looking and feeling like it belongs on a dragon. If your skin suffers from raised patches, lesions, or scales of irritated skin that flake or itch,..
Unforeseen, and surprisingly easy solutions to everyday skin problems. Sounds wonderful, right? We’re the sort who will pursue detailed skin care routines with the eternal hope of eliminating those superficial skin issues that hold us back from the perfection we so desire. (Certainly this desire for utter perfection is not an understatement at all, no.) Yet we are also the first ones to concede that those complicated products don't always work. Let's say for now we take the easy path.
Want to banish blemishes? In your dreams!
Literally, of course. Consider all of the oils, the hair products, makeup, and assorted other residual products that find their way on your pillowcase at night. Next, consider how often you touch your face to that pillowcase. Now you are with us. If you seek to clear your complexion without paying or sampling the latest treatment, you can always swap out your pillow case, or wash it several times a week, given your linens are strong enough to hold up to that sort of wear.
Head and shoulders and … face?
It's well known that flaky skin is synonymous with dryness. What isn't as known is that not all flaking is due to dry skin. If you are noticing an increase in flakes, most especially in your eyebrows or around your nose, this flaking could be caused by seborrheic dermatitis. In layman's terms, dandruff. You heard that right-- dandruff on your face. Ew. There is good news however. A quick rub of anti-dandruff shampoo..