Skin Care Tips For Women Going Through Menopause

As you go through menopause, your body is going to stop making as much collagen which is going to result in your body gaining wrinkles at a much faster rate than before. If you have dry skin due to the fact that you are not drinking enough water, you might also experience a greater level of sagging. This can cause you to not like the way that your skin looks, especially around the neck, cheeks, and jowls. Read More 

2 Reasons To See Your Dermatologist

A dermatologist can help you with a massive number of different health issues, ranging from skin allergies and infections to skin cancer. Listed below are two reasons to see your dermatologist. Receive A Head To Toe Skin Cancer Screening One of the most important reasons to see your dermatologist is in order to receive a head to toe skin cancer screening at least once a year. Sure, you can monitor any growths or spots on your body in order to try to keep tabs on any troubling issues that may come up, but there is always going to be a chance that you will miss something. Read More 

3 Reasons To Wear Sunscreen In The Winter

Most people know that protecting their skin from the harmful rays of the sun is important when it comes to warding off cancer and maintaining a youthful appearance. It's easy to remember to apply sunscreen during the warm summer months, but many people forget to reach for the sunscreen on a daily basis when winter sets in. However, it's important to recognize the importance of protecting your skin from the sun during winter as well as summer. Read More 

A Delicate Flower: Reclaiming Your Vaginal Youth

Like every part of the human body, whether male or female, aging takes its toll. The vagina and labia are no different. Because women also have childbirth to contend with, the vagina, vulva, and labia can become distended and loose after a vaginal childbirth. They may also have tearing to their perineum during childbirth, which may or may not be properly repaired afterwards. Weight gain as well as loss can also affect the overall appearance of the vulva, labia, and the vagina. Read More 

Three Natural Ways To Treat Adult Acne

Most people assume that once they are finished with puberty, they no longer need to worry about acne. However, adult acne is a lot more common than you probably think. It affects between 40 and 55 percent of people between 20 and 40 years old. No one wants to spend their adult years fighting to keep pimples at bay. Try a few of these natural remedies to get rid of those pesky pimples for good. Read More