What Are Varicose And Spider Veins?
25 March 2019
Spider veins and varicose veins are very similar, but not quite exactly the same thing, though they have the same causes, and they can have the same treatments. So, what are the differences between them?
The veins in your legs, those which carry the blood back up to your body, have to fight gravity to get back to your heart. In order to fight that, those veins have special valves that open and shut to help pump the blood.
How Vaginal Elasticity Concerns Can Impact Your Life
22 February 2017
As a woman, your body goes through a number of transitions throughout life. As you know, many of these changes leave behind a permanent change in the makeup of your body. For some women, one of these changes is a loss of elasticity in the vaginal area. While it might seem like more of a cosmetic concern, this issue can affect your life in many ways.
Although looking and feeling good is a state that must come from the inside, it would be naïve to think that people aren't concerned with their outward appearance.
Two Homemade Masks For Chronically Dry Facial Skin
23 November 2016
Do you feel like you're constantly having to rub moisturizers and lotions into your facial skin just to keep it from cracking and flaking? Chronically dry facial skin is not only uncomfortable, it can also hurt your self-confidence. A good way to fight this chronic dryness is by applying a moisturizing face mask every couple of days. Here are two moisturizing face masks you can make yourself from ingredients you might even already have in your kitchen and bathroom.
Tips For Troubleshooting Eczema Triggers For Your Kids
19 September 2016
When your child suffers from eczema, there's a good chance that he or she may have some kind of allergy or other sensitivity that's the underlying cause. The sooner you can recognize that trigger, the easier it will be to minimize your child's symptoms. Identifying the source may take a process of elimination, so it could take time. Here are a few tips to help you narrow down what's causing the itchy rash on your child's skin.