Every time I visit Sephora or a department store and find a skincare or cosmetic product I like they’re almost ALWAYSout of samples. I can’t count how many times I’ve bought a cosmetic product and found that it irritated my skin or I just didn’t like it. That’s why I got so excited when my
Well………there are several, but fortunately most are easily caught and cured. Here are the main ones: Athlete’s foot – can be between the toes OR look like just slightly scaly red skin on the entire bottom of the foot. Cure – Non prescription Lamisil/terbinafine is the best Minor abrasions and skin irritation from rubbing:
This flaky skin problem can often be solved without a doctor’s visit. But, if it persists, see your doctor! Three main causes of flaky skin on the face and body: Flaky skin from Seborrhea (Dandruff) Seborrhea (Dandruff) causes flakes on the scalp, forehead, eyebrows, beard area, and base of the nose. Usually only one or two
A couple weeks ago I wrote a Tip on the truth about exfoliation. Here are some things to help you exfoliate intelligently. There isn’t a “formula” because we all have different skin types, we live in different climates and we engage in different sports and activities. Daily mechanical exfoliation like scrubs, peels (even home ones), and
Suddenly it’s getting to be colder outside, and your skin isn’t happy! Avoid the dryness and complications by switching up your product routine. For this month’s tip of the week, I want to cover cold weather skin care. These tips will help your skin looks as luminous and healthy as if it were the middle of spring!
Here’s the quick take on this: Dry skin build-up, callouses, and fissures respond best to a 20-40% urea cream. This stuff is a miracle, especially the 40%. A good one is Topix Urix 40 Urea Cream. Should be between $26 and $35 for 8 ozs. Since we’re in shoes and indoor gyms more, we need