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Everyone is prone to acne scarring. But when it comes to treatment, there is no one-size-fits all since all skins are different. Juvederm, Restylane and other hyaluronic acid fillers are known to successfully treat acne scars for some people. Actually, many people turn to fillers for the treatment of deeper scarring with great results. But for shallow surface irregularities, it is recommended that you consider laser treatment and/or micro-needling or skin resurfacing. That said, patients commonly require some components of both for best results. Causes of acne scars Pimple inflammation breakouts harm both the skin and the tissue underneath it. When these pimples clear, the body attempts to fix the damage caused by acne. During the repair process, the body produces collagen. If the collagen produced is excess, it causes a scar to form at the site. The type of…


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Blackheads are common and annoying. They are not caused by dirt, so excessive scrubbing of your face will not get rid of them. In fact, such activities could cause more to appear when your pores become clogged with dead skin cells and excess sebum to form whiteheads, which then open, oxidise, and turn black to form blackheads. So, even when using a remedy that requires rubbing, it is important that you don’t repeat it more than twice or thrice a week as the scrubbing could undo the good. With that in mind, here are some home remedies for blackheads: The egg white mask A mask of egg whites can be used to tighten pores (temporarily) to prevent them from forming blackheads, as well as to remove existing blackheads. Egg whites contain plenty of beneficial nutrients for the skin, plus they…


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Skin tags are bits of flesh-coloured bumps of tissue that connect to the skin’s surface via a narrow stalk. Also known as soft fibromas, fibroepithelial polyps or acrochordons, these small, non-cancerous growths are very common, especially as people age. They don’t pose any concerns to your health and don’t need to be removed, except in rare cases where they develop on the ear of children, increasing the risk for hearing problems. Causes of skin tags Skin tags are commonly located where the skin rubs against clothing or skin, like on the neck, eyelids, and underarms, as well as within body folds such as the groin area or under the breasts. They may also be linked to obesity and genetics, though there is no sure way to reduce the risk of developing skin tags. Removing skin tags Skin tags generally don’t…


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Your skin is the biggest organ in your body. It protects you from excessive dehydration and pathogens, facilitates the manufacture of vitamin D, and provides you with insulation and body temperature control. While there are different skin types, ranging from dry to oily, it is widely accepted that glowing skin is a sign of good health. If you’re looking for natural alternatives to chemicals for skin care, here are some foods that will banish wrinkles, keep your skin soft and supple, and give your skin a radiant glow, one meal at a time: Olive oil A recent study revealed that a minimum daily consumption of 8.4 grams or 2 teaspoons of olive oil resulted in 31 per cent reduced signs of aging compared to eating less. The study also showed that olive oil offers the most benefits to the skin…


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