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How to Take Care of Skin in Your 50s

Overview As you age, your skin becomes drier and small lines start to develop near your eyes and lips. Skin discoloration may also occur during the aging process. Most women want to age gracefully, however without proper skincare, that is an almost...

Consumer Guide for Skin Care

Overview Good facial care brings several personal care and consumer skills together in the pursuit of healthy skin. You need diligence to perform skin care daily. You need to know your skin type and any sensitivities to environments or cosmetic pro...

Care for Mature Skin

Overview If you are a mature adult, you may have noticed your skin becoming progressively drier. You may also notice an increase in discolorations, wrinkles and skin growths. As you age, it is important to follow a routine for your mature skin tha...

Vitamins for Skin Care

Skin health is associated with proper skin care, such as using gentle cleansers and keeping the skin hydrated. In addition, all skin types need nourishment from vitamins and other nutrients for good health. Some skin care products and foods contain v...

How to Care for Skin Abrasions

Overview Skin abrasions are injuries to the top layer of the skin. They occur when the skin is scraped away due to friction against a rough surface, such as wood or concrete. Depending on the severity of the skin abrasion, the wound may bleed or sc...

How to Take Care of Skin That Has Been Treated With a Laser

Overview Laser skin resurfacing, also called laser skin rejuvenation, is performed to help with a variety of cosmetic problems. Some include wrinkles, acne scars, sun spots, irregular pigmentation and blood vessels right at the skin's surface. Abla...

DIY Skin Care

Overview According to the Environmental Working Group, almost 90 percent of commercial skin care and cosmetics--which are not considered drugs--have not been evaluated for safety by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. If you're concerned about t...

Reasons to Use Skin Care

If splashing a little water on your face is your idea of skin care, you may need to know more about the good effects of better care. You don't need to see a dermatologist to achieve healthy skin. The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) relates that...

Dermatologist Recommended Skin Care

Overview Dermatologist-recommended skin care is part health, part beauty, part prevention and part cure for lifelong skin issues. Rather than placing yourself at the mercy of commercial cosmetic product claims, use advice from skin specialists to f...

Recommended Skin Care

Overview Good skin care regimens aim to reduce and retard the effects of natural and photoaging by maintaining healthy skin. Dermatologists who understand the science of aging and the nutrient needs of human skin recommend daily cleansing and prote...