What a drag! There’s nothing more disappointing than waiting until your 20s to finally have clear skin only to learn your breakouts don’t necessarily end when your teenage years do. Coming to terms with adult acne is difficult, but rest assure you aren’t the only grown-up dealing with zits. Dealing with acne AND wrinkles just seems wrong but knowing what’s causing your complexion woes can help clear up your skin and keep breakouts at bay. Here are the 7 causes of Adult Acn
People are putting themselves at risk by applying sunscreen too thinly, according to a new study. Research has found that rubbing the lotion on incorrectly can mean it provides less than half the expected degree of protection – no matter what SPF you use. Basically, more is better when it comes to sunscreen. So here is a reminder on how to apply it: SPF ratings are based on the assumption that a 2mg blob will cover 1 sq cm of skin. That means you should apply at least six f
It reveals a lot about who you are, what you are thinking and feeling and your intentions. While we don’t often give our face much thought, it is one of the most complex of the human anatomy. Your face contains a total of 14 bones, 40 muscles and 32 teeth. Without which you could not eat, speak, communicate, express feelings or kiss. Here are some more fun facts about the face: It takes 11 muscles to frown It takes 12 facial muscles for a genuine smile. We are capable of mak
News Release from American Academy of Dermatology – July, 2019 Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S., affecting one in five Americans in their lifetime. Limiting exposure to ultraviolet radiation is the number one way individuals can reduce their risk of skin cancer, though new data suggests that UV exposure is on the rise, particularly among Caucasian girls and young women.
Research presented at the 2019 American Academy of Dermatology Summer Meeting in New Yo