Three Non-Prescription Treatments To Ease Your Rosacea Symptoms

Posted on: 7 July 2016
If you are diagnosed with rosacea, your dermatologist will likely recommend antibiotic cream or lotion to fight the bacteria that contribute to the condition. But what if you can't tolerate these prescription creams? Every case of rosacea is different, so what works for others may not work for you -- but these three over-the-counter treatments are worth a try. Benzoyl Peroxide Benzoyl peroxide-based treatments are typically used to treat acne, but they can be effective against rosacea, too.
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The Trouble With Skin Cancer Detection Apps

Posted on: 6 July 2016
Many people rely on apps for smartphones and tablets to help them take care of every aspect of life. Calendar apps help you remember appointments, other apps help you remember to change your oil or pick up items at the grocery store. There are still other apps to help you remember work tasks and your children's school obligations. There are now several smartphone apps on the market that claim to be able to detect skin cancer.
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The Dotted Line: How To Figure Out If Your Moles Are Dangerous

Posted on: 5 July 2016
Moles – separate from freckles in that they tend to be darker, don't cluster in groups, and can appear on any part of your body – aren't generally anything to worry about, but in an age where skin cancer is so prevalent, it's understandable that you may freak out when you notice a new one pop up. But how do you know which moles should get checked out and which ones are just a normal part of your body?
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Your Skin Breakouts May Not Be The Result Of Bad Skin Or Genes, But These Products

Posted on: 2 July 2016
Some people are unaware that their skin breakouts are being caused by everyday products. Perhaps you are a person who has experienced a recent breakout, and it may seem as though nothing you try is helping to clear your skin up. The following are a few products that could be causing your skin eruptions.  Probiotics Perhaps you recently started using probiotics to help your digestive system. Probiotics have been known to help some people's skin issues clear up, but it is possible that breakouts may occur or get worse when someone begins to use probiotics.
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