Potential Treatments For Reducing The Effects Of Argyria

Posted on: 24 November 2015

Colloidal silver -- tiny granules of the metal suspended in liquid -- can sound like a miracle cure for various health problems. This alternative treatment is promoted in certain circles as a natural antibiotic and a remedy for conditions such as shingles, diabetes, arthritis and even cancer. Unfortunately, consuming colloidal silver for several months or longer can lead to a blue-gray skin discoloration known as argyria.  Argyria has proven very difficult to treat.
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Answers To Three Questions Concerning Hair Removal Treatments

Posted on: 18 November 2015

Body hair can be unsightly, and continually removing it can be a time-consuming task. Fortunately, there are laser hair removal treatments that can be used to help you. For those that are not knowledgeable about these procedures, deciding whether they are a good option can be difficult, but once you have had the following three questions answered, you will be a more informed patient when you are making a decision about whether laser hair removal is right for you.
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Three Reasons You Might Consider Microdermabrasion For Your Skin

Posted on: 12 November 2015

If you want your skin to look better and have been looking at different treatments to determine which is best for you, you might have come across the word microdermabrasion and not known what is was. Microdermabrasion is a way to clear adult acne, smooth and exfoliate the skin and make your skin tone look more even. This procedure happens by using a high-pressure machine to spray tiny crystals on the surface of the top layer of your skin.
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3 Tips For Preventing Extreme Dryness When Using Acne Products That Contain Benzoyl Peroxide

Posted on: 11 November 2015

Benzoyl peroxide is a popular ingredient that is used in acne medications. It is applied topically, and when done correctly the skin will dry and peel. This reaction is due to the fact that the peroxide is killing off the bacteria in the skin that causes acne. However, extreme dryness can often result in a burning sensation. The extreme dryness and burning typically go away once the product is no longer being used, but they can lead to discomfort if you have to use it regularly.
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