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    7 Easy Ways To Clear Up Your Acne

    Are you out of your teens and still getting acne? Have no fear! It’s not as uncommon as you think. Did you know that as much as 55% of adults between 20-40 years old still have some form of acne? And you thought your high school days were long gone… While some people have embraced their pimply skin, others are scrambling for something to conceal their face. But what they don’t realize is that there are plenty of simple methods to defeating their acne. So before you throw on that Halloween mask, let’s talk 7 Easy Ways To Clear Up Your Acne. What do I eat? How important is drinking…

  • DermTV – How to Choose a Humidifier for Dry Skin [DermTV.com Epi #260]
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    DermTV – How to Choose a Humidifier for Dry Skin [DermTV.com Epi #260]

    [music] Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz [pause] and welcome to DermTV. Now that it’s Fall and temperatures are dropping the colder air jus doesn’t hold as much moisture as warmer air did, so there’s lower humidity and lower moisture in the air which can cause an uncomfortable drying on both your skin and your mucus membranes. An easy and relatively inexpensive fix for this problem is buying a humidifier because humidifiers increase the moisture in the air and get it back up to comfortable levels to avoid these problems. All humidifiers work on the basis of having a water chamber and in that water chamber the water is put into…

  • DermTV – Should You Push Back Your Cuticles [DermTV.com Epi #277]
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    DermTV – Should You Push Back Your Cuticles [DermTV.com Epi #277]

    [music] Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz [pause] and welcome to DermTV. People wonder if they’re supposed to push back the skin of their cuticles. Not only are you not supposed to push it back, but you should never push it back because that’s a great way to cause an infection. Your cuticle is that tiny but very important thin strip of dead skin that connects the skin of the end of your finger to your nail and most people think it’s just a piece of dead skin, they don’t realize how important it is, so they try to remove it, by cutting it, by pushing it, sometimes even by biting…

  • Skin Care – Home Remedies for Acne Treatment
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    Skin Care – Home Remedies for Acne Treatment

    60% of youngsters between 12 years to 24 years of age get affected by acne the condition causes whiteheads blackheads pimples and other unsightly rashes on the face chest shoulders and back the affected area of the skin gets red and itchy rashes while the severity of condition may vary it nevertheless causes a great deal of embarrassment depression and lack of confidence but what causes acne when our body is unable to remove the toxins through excretion a bloodstream becomes contaminated giving rise to acne this could happen due to constipation irregular bowel movements is regular meal timings and consumption of food rich in starch sugar oils and fats…

  • 14 Proven Acne Fighters
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    14 Proven Acne Fighters

    Dr. Axe: Hey, guys. Dr. Josh Axe, and Jordan Rubin here. On today’s episode, we’re going to be talking about how to have clear, glowing, healthy skin. And Jordan, I know this is something that so many people are suffering with today, issues like acne, breakouts, actually acne scarring for adults, and adult acne. We’re also going to be getting into even things like age spots and sunspots and how to have clear, glowing, beautiful skin. And Jordan, I know, one of the biggest problems today when people have skin issues is that it can really harm their self-esteem. So Jordan, talk about what are some of the main causes…

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    What Your Skin May Be Telling You about Your Health

    (audience applauding) – In the US, over 37 million people either have psoriasis or eczema. Our good friend and colleague Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, chief patient officer at Pfizer is here to let you know what your skin may be telling you about your health. – Well, you a lot of people often confuse psoriasis and eczema, because both can cause skin to be dry, red, itchy and inflamed, but they’re caused by different factors, they require different treatment, so really getting the diagnosis right is key. – So important. First up, psoriasis, an autoimmune disorder that affects the body as a result of an overactive immune system. With psoriasis, the…

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    DermTV – How to Remove Chickenpox Scars [DermTV.com Epi #382]

    Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz [pause] And welcome to DermTV. Since time immemorial, generations have succumbed to chicken pox infections and their legacy of both crater form and vertical walled, punched out appearing scars. The permanence of these scars is testimony to the fierce assault this virus can wage on the skin. But what assault can we wage on these scars? First, crater form, or softly sloping chicken pox scars are significantly improved and sometimes even completely corrected by a combination of subscision and filler. Subscision involves injecting local anesthesia around the scar and then using a pointed knife to painlessly separate the bottom of the scar from the underlying…

  • 8 Surprising Essential Oil Remedies
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    8 Surprising Essential Oil Remedies

    Hey guys, Dr. Axe here. Today we’re going to talk about the incredible benefits of essential oils, and specifically to treat and take care of specific organs in your body. So if you’re watching this right now or know somebody who needs to know more about essential oils and how they can benefit your hormones, your digestion, your skin and beauty, healthy inflammation levels within the body, detoxification, your thyroid, your adrenals and a whole lot more, I’ll be covering it on today’s episode of Ancient Medicine. And, hey, help me spread the word that essential oils are nature’s true plant-based medicine. Take a minute right now, punch that Share…

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    DermTV – Does Thyme Treat Acne [DermTV.com Epi #407]

    Should you believe the headline, “Thyme kills acne bacteria?” Today I’ll tell you how to read between the lines! And stay tuned until the end of this episode for the question of the day; if you answer it correctly, you’ll have a chance to win a free skincare product! Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz. [pause] And welcome to DermTV. Last week, Scientific American published an article titled, “Thyme Kills Acne Bacteria.” The title is an accurate statement based on the results of the study discussed in the article. But if you just read the title, it’s very easy to infer, especially if you have acne, that thyme can treat acne…