Articles: skincare

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  1. Omega-6 Is Good for the Skin

    by David Taylor

    Omega-3 fatty acids are constantly in the news. Omega-6 fatty acids are equally important according to David Taylor in keeping us healthy. The key one is linoleic acid (LA), the ...

  2. Phytomedical Treatment of Eczema

    by Claudia Louch

    The word eczema comes from the Greek word “ekzein” which means “to boil.” Eczema is a dry skin condition and highly individual in terms that it varies from person to person and come...

  3. Profound Effect of Macrobiotic Diet upon Psoriasis and Stress-Related Skin Conditions

    by Philippa Brook

    This Case Study by Philippa Brook shows how following a macrobiotic diet can have dramatic effects on the body, both internally and externally.

  4. Psoriasis and Neem My Own Personal Story

    by Klaus Ferlow

    My own experience with Neem has been nothing short of miraculous. Growing up in Northern part of Germany ‘country style’ I quickly developed a love for the bounty of Mother Nature, ...

  5. Rosa Mosqueta Seed Oil from Chile - Gift from Mother Nature

    by Klaus Ferlow

    Women around the world want smooth, young looking, velvety, silky soft, glowing wrinkle-free skin and Mother Nature is providing them a wonderful rosehip seed oil, called Rosa Mosqu...

  6. Skin Pigmentation Caused by Exposure to the Sun

    by Daniela Belokonska

    Do you know your skin?, the author asks, and goes on to provide a detailed account of the structure of the skin, its physiology, the different types, the response of those types to...

  7. Skincare: Eliminating Warts, an Integrated Approach.

    by Elena Francesca Barbiero

    Graced with a fairly effective immune system, I personally had never appreciated the difficulty many face when affected by warts: when I happened to be afflicted by such ailment, a...

  8. The Mirror of Our Emotions: An overview of the treatment with hypnosis of non-viral/bacterial dermatological conditions

    by Ursula James

    Hypnosis is effective for the treatment of dermatological conditions in three specific ways. Firstly, treatment of the root cause; secondly, remission of the symptom, and finally...

  9. The Skin

    by June Butlin

    The skin is the largest organ in the body and has protective, respiratory and excretory functions. If the lungs, liver, large intestine or kidneys are overworked and unable to proc...

  10. Therapeutic Properties of Oleova (Egg Yolk Oil)

    by Stuti Singh

    Natural cosmetics whose worth was not gauged earlier have become relevant today. Natural cosmetic ingredients are those which are obtained directly from nature or derived from somet...

  11. Think Yourself Beautiful - the Power of Positive Thoughts on your Appearance

    by Primrose Matheson

    Let’s start off with a universal truth - you are entirely the creator of your own reality. Life unfolds around us but how you perceive life depends entirely on your thoughts, feeli...

  12. Vitiligo - Treatment Approaches and Consequences

    by Rhys Griffiths

    This is a personal account of this condition, its social and psychological consequences, and the current state of treatment. In vitiligo, the immune system attacks the melanocytes ...

  13. What You Should Know About Eczema

    by Klaus Ferlow

    Eczema is besides acne and psoriasis one of the leading skin disease and is a non-contagious skin condition that can be present in several different forms, but most common forms in...

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