Cold sores are a pesky problem, especially in the winter months with all of the cold viruses running rampant. The true cold sore is actually caused by the Herpes virus. Once a person has it, it can never be cured and will flare on and off for the rest of that person’s life. The flare occurs when the immune system is lowered by either being utilized to fight off other infections, dealing with other disease, when a person is under severe emotional stress or has unhealthy diets.
Many people, against my advice of course, strive to keep a year round bronzed glow to their complexion. Pretty easy to do in the summer time when its warm, humidity keeps your skin moist and the sun helps you tan whether you want it to or not. But when the cooler months approach, I can't say cold because it's Florida, keeping that sought after glow can be difficult. Instead of resorting to tanning beds, let's think of 3 other tips you can do to keep a truly healthy glow th
Dry skin is a very common skin problem that tends to give some people more trouble in colder weather months, especially when humidity is low. When skin becomes dehydrated, it loses its flexibility and becomes cracked, scaly and sometimes itchy. Your skin needs moisture to stay smooth and supple. You can help relieve dry “winter skin” with the following remedies: Keep water lukewarm, not hot - Hot water depletes skin of moisture causing dry skin, so it is best to shower in luk
Skin tags are harmless, benign growths that can occur almost anywhere on the body. The most common sites to find them are the neck, underarms, groin, and bust line. It is thought that they are caused form friction or skin on skin rubbing. Overweight and obese individuals are more likely to have a higher of these growths. These skin tags are typically small, flesh colored, raised, and the base is a stalk. There is a blood supply feeding these so they can grow larger in size. D