Category Archives for Skin Care

Morgellons Disease

Morgellons Disease or Morgellons Syndrome  refers to a condition that is referred to by the Centers for Disease Control as an unexplained dermopathy. It is characterized by a range of skin-related symptoms such as crawling sensations on and under the skin, fibers on or under the skin and lesions or rashes that are persistent. There is question as to whether this newly identified disease is actually a new disease, because of its similarity to another existing condition known as Delusional Parasitosis....

Cellulite Treatment

There are many types of cellulite treatment you can try. Although the condition is not serious, it is best if you consult a skin specialist first before trying any of these medications or medical procedures. Radiofrequency Systems and Laser Two systems can be used. One fuses infrared light, radiofrequency and negative tissue massage to eliminate cellulite. The other system uses diode laser energy and tissue massage. Sessions are usually twice weekly. The results are good up to six months. Losing...

Skin Treatments

The skin is the largest organ of the human body. With that in mind it is easy to understand why the skin is susceptible to a lot of ailments. There are various skin treatments that can be used for the many different skin problems we may face. The treatments range from over the counter prescription medicines and topical creams and lotions to various therapies and prescription medicine. Here are summaries of the many skin treatments for different skin problems: Acne Treatment The most common acne treatments...

Remedies for Herpes

Herpes is a contagious disease caused by the herpes simplex virus Type 1 and Type 2. The Type 1 virus also causes cold sores on the mouth, face and lips as well as on the genitals. The Type 2 virus, most commonly promotes the formation of sores on the genitals. Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease, but it can also be spread from a cold sore on the face if hand washing and other hygienic precautions are neglected. Blisters do not have to be present for a person to spread their virus...

Treatment for Shingles

Although the infection is not fatal, treatment for shingles may be necessary to alleviate the pain. Proper treatment can also reduce the risk of suffering further health complications. Oral Antiviral Medications Antiviral drugs should be taken within 72 hours of the initial signs of the infection. Among the medications that may be tried are famciclovir (Famvir), valacyclovir (Valtrex) and acyclovir (Zovirax). For the pain, numerous drugs may be taken. Among them are oxycodone and anticonvulsants...

Laser Treatment for Spider Veins

Laser treatment for spider veins come in various forms. Among them are long-pulse Nd, long-pulse alexandrite, yag lasers and diode. Although there are many ways to remove spider veins, laser is considered to be one of the safest methods. How the Treatment Works The laser produces a concentrated light beam. The light wavelength is pointed to the blood pigment. The laser heats and eliminates the veins. In about a month or six weeks, the vein will dissipate. During the therapy, the energy is transmitted...

Treatment for Toenail Fungus

This infection occurs when a fungi gets to your toenail or fingernail. It starts as a yellowish or whitish spot below the toenail. It leads to nail discoloration and can be painful. The following are the toenail fungus treatments available. Oral Antifungal Medication There are many kinds, but two of the most effective are itraconazole (Sporanox) and terbinafine (Lamisil). These and other medications like it will replace the nail infected by the fungus. These medications are taken anywhere from six...

Scar Treatment

Scars are formed as a part of the skin’s healing process. When recovering from cuts, burns or other forms of damage, the skin may undergo changes that lead to scarring. They are far from pleasant and it goes without saying that life will be better off if one does not have to go through concealing them. Fortunately, there are ways to treat scars. Though there is no procedure that can totally make scars go away, common scar treatments can make the consequences of skin damage less unsightly. Scar...

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