If you are looking for home remedies for acne, you are not alone. There are many options when it comes to treating acne, but millions of people prefer to go with a home remedy. Often times this is because they would like to save money, use products they already have on hand, or they want […]
Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin. If you take the popular literature of natural health at face value, it would be easy to conclude that vitamin D is the miracle cure for everything for alopecia to herpes zoster. Every disease condition, some experts would tell you, benefits from vitamin D and the more the better. […]
If there is any vitamin we have all heard about, it is vitamin C. Most people take vitamin C to boost immunity. For acne, however, vitamin C when it is used to keep immune responses in check.
We’re just getting the forum for this site set up, but our writer Robert Rister has been getting reader questions about acne for over a decade. Here are some classic questions that get asked over and over again.
When we talk about natural treatments for acne, we usually talk about tea tree oil. But the preparation of marigold petals known as calendula also has potent anti-inflammatory power for calendula.
If your concept of the ideal way to fight acne is lying on the sofa eating bonbons, then Frutels sounds like the product for you. Frutels has launched a line of edible cosmetics including a chocolate bonbon that is designed to fight acne. The makers of Frutels tell us that their chocolate bonbons stop acne […]
You can’t spend two minutes surfing the Internet for information about acne without coming across and article or an advertisement or a question or a comment about skin cleansers. Thousands of pages of information tell us that cleansing the skin is basic to curing acne. But what does it mean to cleanse your skin, anyway?
If you are a teen and you have severe acne, there’s a good chance you have already heard of Cassandra Bankson. A major presence on YouTube, Cassandra Bankson offers great tips and insights on how to cover up the worst pimples and blemishes.
A new form of an old treatment for rosacea is getting extraordinary results. It’s based on azelaic acid, a product that sometimes gets good results in treating rosacea and sometimes doesn’t. The new foaming formula, however, may be exactly what is needed to make azelaic acid more effective for more people who have rosacea.
Nearly 50% of people who have rosacea also have a condition known as small intestine bacterial overgrowth, or SIBO. In one small study, 100% of people who have ocular rosacea (which can cause red and puffy eyelids, a feeling of grittiness in the eyes, eye pain, and sensitivity to light) have the predisposing condition.
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