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Getting Over Wrinkled and Dry Skin  

When you look in the mirror, what do you see on your face? Delicate lines surrounding your eyes and mouth look more clearly visible? The skin looks pallid and lusterless? Appear stains and soft scales and your skin is easily irritated under hot and cold temperature? if it happend to your skins, you skin type must be dry one

Cause of Dry Skin
  • Dry facial skin is caused by the inabilty of sebaceous glad to produce adequate sebum. Low production of sebum might be caused by either genetic factor or the sunlight and environment in general
  • Age factor aloso weakens the capabilty of sebaceous gland to produce sebum. The lack of moisturizing oil causes the skin to look rough, pallid and wrinkled are eyes and neck. On the cheek, the problem is usually stains
  • Strict and exaggerated died could also stimulate the lose of necessary nutrition for skin, such as the lack of vitamin A and B
  • Environtment factor such as sunlight exposure, wind blows and cold air,inappropriate use of cosmetics and the use of soaps that are too strong for skin so as to scrape the sebum on facial skin.
  • The emergence of skin diseases such as eczena,psoriasis or seborrhea.
  • Those eith diabetes problem
  • Unhealthy life style and diet could stimulate the skin being dry,rough,pallid and wrinkled,including the habit of consuming alcoholic drink, smoking,consuming laxative drugs, etc.

How to Get over dry Skin problem?
  • To Avoid your skin from being dry,your facial skin should receive proper treatment and care
  • Avoid using water that contains chlorine
  • Never wash your face with warm water. You better user mineral water that gives freshness to your face
  • Do not use soaps that contains alkaline when cleasing your face because it scrapes natural oil that protects your skin
  • Use special facial cleanser for dry skin, use soft cotton instead of facial tissue or materials with rough tecture because they can cause an irritation to your face
  • Dry skin needs a series of care products with natural ingredients that give moisturizing effect like Ginseng Multi Vitamin Series. They contain natural main ingredients, namely ginseng which is known for its characteristics to maintain moisture and softness and to get over dry skin problem.
  • By choosing ginseng Multi Vitamin products, it helps you to regain softness and moisture of facial skin. To keep facial skin bright and to prevent skin from stains


Tips for Using Cosmetics Product of Aloe Crystal Series  

Do you want to be beautiful? choose safe cosmetics. Tiens skin care product should be a choice because it was made from natural and safe igredients for skin. For skin character of oily, use Aloe Crystal Series. This product consists of a package of cleansing, softener, day cream,nicgh cream, and eye cream. Its peculiarty is that the product contains pearl and gold powder, make the skin felt refreshed and light.

In order to give the maximum result using Aloe Crystal Series, make sure to use the complete seies of product so as to make skin receive comprehensive treatment. Each product has different function, like cleansing function to clean up the skin. Day cream to protect skin from ultra violet light exposure and to keep the skin moisturized. Wwhile Night Cream help to rejuvunate skin cells.

Before using beauty products, you need to know how to massage your face. The following are tips that you can follow at home.

  1. When using Cleansing to clean your face, use middle finger and ring finger as these two fingers push your facial skin softly. Then, use these fingers on forehead and move up and down, left and right. For cheek area, move left and right softly.
  2. Use Spon to clean the face.
  3. Use softener by smearing it to cotton and tap softly to your face.
  4. Eye Cream is smeared with ring finger and middle finger with left-and-right movement.

Follow the facial treatment regularly and patiently. The result is not instan as skin rejuvenating process takes time.

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About Acne Vulgaris  

Acne vulgaris, or acne, is a skin problem that starts when oil and dead skin cells clog up your pores. Some people call it blackheads, blemishes, whiteheads, pimples, or zits. When you have just a few red spots, or pimples, you have a mild form of acne. Severe acne can mean hundreds of pimples that can cover the face, neck, chest, and back. Or, it can be bigger, solid, red lumps that are painful (cysts).

Most young people get at least mild acne. It usually gets better after the teen years. But many adult women do have acne in the days before their menstrual periods.

How you feel about your acne may not be related to how bad it is. Some people with severe acne are not bothered by it. Others are embarrassed or upset even though they have only a few pimples.

The good news is that there are many good treatments that can help you get acne under control.
What causes acne?

Acne starts when oil and dead skin cells clog the skin's pores. If germs get into the pores, the result can be swelling, redness, and pus. See a picture of how pimples form.

For most people, acne starts during the teen years. This is because hormone changes make the skin more oily after puberty starts.

You do not get acne from eating chocolate or greasy foods. But you can make it worse by using oily skin products that clog your pores.

Acne can run in families. If one of your parents had severe acne, you are more likely to have it.
What are the symptoms?

Symptoms of acne include whiteheads, blackheads, and pimples. These can occur on the face, neck, shoulders, back, or chest. Pimples that are large and deep are called cystic lesions. These can be painful if they get infected. They also can scar the skin.
How is acne treated?

To help control acne, keep your skin clean. Avoid skin products that clog your pores. Look for products that say "noncomedogenic" on the label. Wash your skin once or twice a day with a gentle soap or acne wash. Try not to scrub or pick at your pimples. This can make them worse and can cause scars.

If you have just a few pimples to treat, you can get an acne cream without a prescription. Look for one that has benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. These work best when used just the way the label says.

It can take time to get acne under control. Keep using the same treatment for 6 to 8 weeks. You may even notice that it gets worse before it gets better. If your skin is not better after 8 weeks, try another product.

If your pimples are really bothering you or are scarring your skin, see your doctor. A prescription gel or cream for your skin may be all you need. Your doctor may also order antibiotic pills. A mix of treatments may work best. If you are female, taking certain birth control pills may help.

If you have acne cysts, talk to your doctor about stronger medicine. Isotretinoin (such as Accutane) works very well, but it can cause birth defects. And using Accutane may be associated with depression. Let your doctor know if you have had depression before taking this medicine. And if you are female, you must protect against pregnancy by using two forms of birth control. Even one dose of this medicine can cause birth defects if a woman takes it while she is pregnant. You cannot take isotretinoin if you are breast-feeding.
What can be done about acne scars?

There are skin treatments that can help acne scars look better and feel smoother. Ask your doctor about them. The best treatment for you depends on how severe the scarring is. You can have scar tissue removed or have a shot of collagen. Collagen smoothes a pitted scar by plumping up the skin underneath. You may get the best results with a combination of treatments.

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Skin Changes  

Most bumps, spots, growths, or moles do not need any type of home treatment. However, the following measures may be helpful.

  • Keep the area clean and dry. Wash with a mild soap and warm (not hot) water. Do not scrub.
  • Avoid irritation.
    • Do not squeeze, scratch, or pick at the spot.
    • Leave the spot exposed to the air whenever possible.
    • Adjust your clothing to avoid rubbing the bump or spot, or cover it with a bandage.
  • Conceal a mole or birthmark if you are embarrassed by how it looks. Many cosmetics are designed for this purpose.
  • Use a humidifier in your home in the winter or all year if you live in a dry climate.
  • Shower after swimming or using a hot tub to rinse off chlorine or salt water. Use a moisturizer after showering.
  • Perform a skin self-exam to learn about your skin. This will help you spot new skin growths.
  • Eat a balanced diet and drink 8 to 12 glasses of water each day. For more information, see the topic Healthy Eating.

Protect your skin from the sun:

  • Limit your exposure to the sun, especially from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Wear protective clothing, including a wide-brimmed hat, a long-sleeved shirt, and pants.
  • Wear sunglasses that block ultraviolet (UV) rays.
  • Use a sunscreen that blocks ultraviolet rays (both UVA and UVB) and has a sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 to 30 every day, all year, even when it is cloudy.
  • Use a product with an SPF of 15 to 30 on the backs of your hands.
  • Do not use tanning booths and sunlamps, which give off ultraviolet radiation and can cause skin damage and increase the risk of skin cancer.

Try the following measures if a bump, spot, or growth shows minor signs of infection, such as a small amount of pus or redness around the bump:

  • Gently wash the spot with an antibacterial soap once or twice a day.
  • Leave the spot unbandaged, unless it becomes irritated or dirty.
  • If a spot becomes dirty or irritated, apply an antibiotic ointment, such as bacitracin or polymyxin B sulfate, and cover it with an adhesive bandage. The ointment will keep the spot from sticking to the bandage.

    Note: Stop using the ointment if the skin under the bandage begins to itch or develops a rash. The ointment may be causing a skin reaction.

  • Change the bandage every day and any time it gets wet. If a dressing is stuck to a scab, soak the dressing in warm water to soften the scab and make it easier to remove the bandage.
  • Watch for other signs of infection, such as increasing pain, swelling, redness, heat, fever, or chills.

Symptoms to Watch For During Home Treatment

Use the Check Your Symptoms section to evaluate your symptoms if any of the following occur during home treatment.

  • Signs of a skin infection develop.
  • A mole or colored skin spot:
    • Bleeds or forms an ulcer.
    • Changes in size, shape, or texture.
    • Becomes sensitive, itchy, or painful.
  • Symptoms do not improve, become more severe or frequent, or don't go away.
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How do I take care of my skin?

Protect your skin by:

  • Avoiding harsh skin products. For example, use a mild soap (such as Dove, Basis, or Neutrogena) instead of deodorant soaps or other harsh soaps (such as Camay, Lava, or Zest). Avoid lotions that contain alcohol, which can dry the skin and make psoriasis worse.
  • Preventing skin injury. Don't scratch and pick your skin or cuts and scrapes. An injury to the skin can cause psoriasis patches to form anywhere on the body, including the site of the injury. This includes injuries to your nails or nearby skin while trimming your nails. Tight shoes, clothing, watchbands, and hats can also irritate the skin.
  • Avoiding cold climates. Cold, dry weather worsens symptoms.

Keep your skin moist and lubricated by:

  • Using moisturizing creams and lotions.
  • Taking baths or soaks once a day to replace skin moisture that may be lost due to cold, dry climates or to drying medications. You will benefit most by applying an ointment, cream, or lotion within 3 minutes after your bath to seal in moisture; otherwise, when the water evaporates, it will make your skin even drier. Adding bath oils to your bath water can also help, but this can make the tub slippery. If you add oils to your bath water, be very careful.
  • Using a home humidifier to increase moisture in the air.
  • Applying creams or lotions, then wrapping the area with tape, material, or plastic to keep the skin moist (called occlusion).

Use prescribed medications by:

  • Following the instructions for skin products and medications prescribed for you.
  • Preparing your skin for topical medications. Gentle softening and removal of psoriasis crusts and scale can help your skin absorb creams and other skin products. Psoriasis crusts can be removed by gently rubbing cream into the crusts to soften them and then carefully peeling them off.
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