Women entering menopause have sometimes turned to soy supplements in order to help them adjust. A new study from Japan testing the effects of soy has found that these products may also help the appearance of skin in menopausal women.
Skin Problems Category
Many people experience skin problems during the summer months when the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays are strong. Recently, the Huffington Post published an article highlighting several natural options that you can use to maintain good skin health.
Exposure to the sun has been known to cause a number of skin problems.
Many people enjoy spending time outdoors during the summer months. However, individuals who have common skin problems like warts may not feel comfortable donning flip flops.
After the teen years have passed, many people think that skin problems should subside. However, some adults experience acne or oily skin into middle age.
Many fair-skinned individuals know that sunburns can cause an array of discomfort, including itching and sensitivity, aside from the long-term negative effects that have been associated with sun overexposure.
While many people purchase lavender or eucalyptus for the plants’ pleasant scents, essential oils that are derived from these natural sources may contain healing benefits.
Individuals may experience a wide variety of painful or uncomfortable symptoms over their lifetimes, but simple remedies that are derived from ingredients often found in one’s kitchen cabinet may help relieve some of these problems.
Many over-the-counter cosmetic products contain chemicals that may help fill wrinkles and promote skin elasticity. However, a new method of skin rejuvenation involves applying electrically charged particles to an individual’s skin, according to researchers from the American Academy of Dermatology.
Women who survive skin cancer are more likely than male survivors to experience after effects on their quality of life, according to a new report published in the journal Archives of Dermatology.