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Treatment Options For Ingrown Facial Hair

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When you have facial hair you can experience many issues with your skin. One of the biggest problems is ingrown hairs, which can be painful and embarrassing. This condition is caused by irritation to the skin from shaving or other activity, causing the hairs to turn backwards and head back into the skin. The results are red, infected bumps that can be difficult to treat, especially on areas of the face that you shave regularly, such as your upper lip or along your jaw line. Read More»

How To Prevent Ingrown Hair

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Ingrown hair can happen all over your body. Your bikini area is definitely not where you want to have one, as the ingrown hair can look like a large pimple, or if infected can look a little less than sexy. Ingrown hair can happen from a number of reasons including shaving improperly, or from not exfoliating, so preventing them is key. See below for tips on how to prevent ingrown hair on your body (especially the bikini area). Read More»

2 Natural Oils To Help Keep Your Nails Moisturized

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The health of your nails can often indicate whether you may be battling internal issues. While dry and brittle nails are common, they can also be a sign of dehydration both internally and externally. Similar to your hair, if you fail to keep your nails moisturized, then they will eventually break off. If you are looking to grow nails that are long and strong, then this can put a damper on your plans. Read More»

Tips for a Beautiful Head of Hair

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Do you have hair that is frizzy, lifeless, or otherwise not what you want? Does it feel like you’ve tried just about every shampoo out there, only to still have the same annoying hair? Whether your hair is thick or thin, strong or weak, getting it to be “just right” can be a daily struggle. Fortunately, there are things that will help make your hair more manageable. Some of these things include the following. Read More»

3 Tips For Preserving A Bright Hair Color

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It can be a lot of fun to try something new with your hair. You can do this by dying it a bright color, such as pink, red, purple, blue, or green. The only downside is that when you dye your hair a bright color, it is known to fade pretty fast. However, there are certain things that you can do to try and help preserve that bright color for as long as possible. Read More»

Dealing With Acne And Facial Hair? What To Do

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If you are a female and you get hair around your chin and ears, and then you get acne where the hair grows, there are some things you can do to get rid of the acne for good. You don’t want to have embarrassing hair or blemishes making you uncomfortable in your own skin. Professional care is often needed to treat these issues. Here are a few appointments you’ll want to schedule so you can get the skin you desire. Read More»

FAQ About Laser Tattoo Removal

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Are you disappointed because you got a tattoo a few years ago and now want it gone? There is nothing for you to worry about because it is possible for a specialist to remove your tattoo via the use of a laser. You can find out how effective the procedure will be by getting the tattoo examined, as some are easier to remove than others. Take a look at this article for the answers to some of the questions that you might have in regard to laser tattoo removal. Read More»

3 Reasons To Consider Non-Surgical Hair Replacement Options

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One of the best options available to you, if you are losing your hair, is a non-surgical hair replacement  option, such as a synthetic hairpiece, mostly because of the many benefits that it can provide over surgical solutions. Listed below are just a few of the reasons to consider non-surgical hair replacement options. Lower Initial Cost One of the biggest reasons to consider non-surgical hair replacement is that the synthetic hairpieces will have a much lower initial cost that surgery. Read More»

Three Major Types Of Skin Cancer You Can Help Prevent

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Want to reduce your risk of skin cancer? Get out that sunscreen and use it faithfully. Wear sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat and bring a cover-up when going outside to spend time in the sun. Between the hottest hours of the day, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., find some shade. Avoid tanning beds. Look for dry scaly patches on your skin and check out any moles at least once a month. Read More»

Facial Follow Up: A Facial Treatment Regimen That Will Keep Your Face Youthful For Longer

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Youth is the one thing that you can never get back, although just looking youthful can give off the same feeling. If you are fighting facial wrinkles and sagging, you may be interested in a regimen that will keep your face looking young in the long term. If you want a long-term regimen, here are some things that you can do as a one time, once a month, or once a week treatment to keep a face that is fit for a teenager. Read More»