Neem oil is a versatile substance used in traditional medicine. This incredible natural remedy has many uses, including the ability to relieve common skin conditions like acne and eczema. Neem oil, an antioxidant-rich natural cure Neem oil is a natural product that comes from the neem tree. In Traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic Medicines, neem oil is … Continue reading Use antioxidant-rich neem oil to address skin conditions like acne and eczema
Whether you’re 13 or 30, acne can be an annoying skin condition to deal with and affect your self-confidence. To address acne, follow a balanced diet rich in vitamins and minerals, like vitamin A and zinc. Acne: A skin condition that affects teens and adults Acne is an inflammatory skin condition that causes the appearance of pimples and … Continue reading Natural remedies for acne
Source: Aloe Vera for Skin: DIY Recipes for Healthy Skin, Acne, & More by Dr. Edward Group Nicknamed the “plant of immortality” in ancient times, aloe vera is a true wonder of nature. The spiky succulent plant has a vast variety of uses, the most famous being aloe vera for skin health. From acne and burns … Continue reading Aloe Vera for Skin: DIY Recipes for Healthy Skin, Acne, & More
Acne can affect a person’s confidence, especially when you have a condition like cystic acne. The most severe type of acne, this condition causes large, painful cysts to appear on your face and on other parts of your body. To relieve the symptoms of cystic acne, try some natural remedies like aloe vera or green tea extract. … Continue reading Beat cystic acne with these herbal treatments
Source: Dr. Group’s Simple Home Remedies for Adult Acne by Dr. Edward Group Regardless of your age, acne is a major inconvenience to say the least. Pinpointing the exact cause — and figuring out how to fix it — can be difficult.To complicate the situation, there are many alleged home remedies for adult acne, including cleansing, … Continue reading Dr. Group’s Simple Home Remedies for Adult Acne
Harnessing beneficial skin bacteria for the production of skin care products may one day potentially address the prevalence of eczema and acne, according to a recent study published in Science Translational Medicine. Research data show that people with eczema have lower levels of S. epidermis and S. hominis, beneficial bacteria that protects the skin from Staphylococcus aureaus bacteria, which aggravates eczema. People with healthier skin show higher levels … Continue reading Acne and eczema might be curable by rubbing probiotics on your skin
Teenagers are faced with a myriad of challenges while growing up, one of which is acne, which affects four out of five Americans between the ages of 12 and 24. Thankfully though, there are effective treatments available right now that work to combat acne and ultimately reduce the damage caused by severe acne breakouts. However, … Continue reading Is acne caused by a ‘bad’ strain of bacteria?
Source: The Clear Skin Diet: Can Foods Cause Acne? by Dr. Edward Group The torment of acne has become a rite of passage for teens. But, as it turns out, acne is not a condition limited to adolescents. Today, over 40% of American adults age 25 and over deal with clinical, facial acne. That includes … Continue reading The Clear Skin Diet: Can Foods Cause Acne?
Source: Home Remedy For Acne and Acne Scars – Ozonated Olive Oil by Dr. Edward Group Although acne may be relatively harmless, the stress that comes with pimples is not. Acne is sometimes written off as a teenage affliction, but the fact is 40-50 million Americans suffer from this skin condition at any given time.  That’s teenagers, young adults, … Continue reading Home Remedy For Acne and Acne Scars – Ozonated Olive Oil
Many people are unaware of the versatility of aloe. The aloe vera plant is a powerful superfood that contains over 200 vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. Talk about a superfood! It’s no wonder that aloe has such an important role in Ayurveda and Chinese medicine. In the west, aloe vera has built a strong reputation as a … Continue reading How to Support Your Skin: Does Aloe Really Help Acne?