During pregnancy, pregnant mothers often worry that they will look less sharp and not be confident when communicating with others. Pregnant women often encounter many skin problems such as acne, stretch marks, or skin spots. However, in order to have a radiant beauty in the “reverse backpack” stage, pregnant mothers . . .
After giving birth due to hormonal changes, some mothers often develop acne. After giving birth, partly because of staying up at night to take care of the baby, partly because all day care for the baby, mothers do not pay attention to beauty, making the skin rashes. Countless mothers want to cure . . .
Are you also conceiving a baby or going to conceive one? If yes, then this guide is for you as your body goes through major changes not only in terms of size but also in skin health general. It is optimal for one to be aware of optimal ways of . . .
Acne is a skin condition which affects millions upon millions of people around the globe. In fact, one in three people have some sort of acne at some time in their life. So the problem is massive, and luckily the solutions are rather abundant. One problem with the solutions, however, . . .
Recently, a father from North Carolina filed a wrongful death lawsuit over Yasmin birth control against the conglomerate Bayer. According to the father, his 15 year old daughter tragically died of a pulmonary embolism on June 13, after experiencing drastic side effects from the Yasmin birth control pill. What does . . .
Acne is something that plagues over a billion people around the globe. Of course, most will not suffer from severe acne, just an occasional blemish every now and again. But for those of us who do suffer from nasty acne outbreaks, we know that there’s almost nothing we wouldn’t do . . .
There are few problems people have that are more annoying than having acne. Just the onslaught of a pimple can send your blood pressure through the roof. They’re unsightly, make you feel dirty, and you just know that everyone and their brother notices that huge bolder on your face. Yuck! . . .