Pharma Skin Care – Skin Care Tips

1. Sun Protection

More than anything else, sun protection will help to prevent the aging of your skin, The sun is largely responsible for wrinkling, blotchy pig entation (Lentigines, also called “liver spots”), thinning of the skin, broken blood vessels (telangectasias), dryness, texture changes, uneven color and some sun related skin diseases that make the skin look older. Daily use of sunscreen products with at least an SPF of 15 along with protective clothing such as full-brimmed hats, long sleeved blouses and shirts, and slacks instead of shorts will greatly reduce the aging of the skin and the possibility of skin cancer. Sunglasses will also protect the eyelids from aging and will help reduce crows feet by reducing the squinting which comes from sun exposure without eye protection. Read more »

PMS

PMS is a tricky condition to identify because of the wide variety of signs and symptoms. Read more »

How To Identify And Treat Manic Depression Symptoms

For those that are suffering from manic depression symptoms, there is little good that they see or feel. Manic depression is much different from that of clinical depression. Manic is also and more commonly known, as bipolar disorder, a life threatening condition. If you feel that you have any of these manic depression symptoms, or you know someone that does, it is imperative that you seek out medical attention as soon as possible for them. Read more »

Diabetes Awareness: Wake Up Call

When traveling on out-of-town business, its common to have the hotel front desk give you a wake-up call in the morning. You want to avoid the embarrassment and repercussions of being late for your business appointments.

Here is an important wake-up call for your life and the lives of the people you most care about.

If you want to avoid the life damaging effects of diabetes, take 3 minutes to read the remainder of this article right now. Read more »

Collagen in Skincare

woman and collagen

Collagen is one of the main constituents of our skin. Located in the dermis, it is responsible for the resistance and integrity of the tissue. Collagen is a protein that serves as a key structural component of tissue, such as skin, bones, ligaments, etc. The dermis, the inner layer of the skin, contains large amounts of collagen, elastin and fibers which are responsilbe for your skin’s strength, texture and elasticity. Also, as we age, collagen becomes hard and cross-links with neighboring fibers making it difficult for the skin to hold moisture or maintain elasticity. It collapses on itself below the surface of the skin thus seen on the surface of the skin as wrinkles. Read more »

Calorie Burning 101

You know the formula for losing weight, right? Burn more than you take in. So say you’re like me, and you eat an average of 2000 calories a day. Yep, I love my food. But I also have to eat that much just to maintain my weight. Read more »

Compounding Pharmacies Offer Alternatives To Prescription Skin Care

Compounding pharmacies, otherwise known as specialty pharmacies, create customized prescription medications and products that are formulated based on an individual’s unique needs. While they were the original form of medication disbursement, they all but disappeared when mass produced drugs became available. Thanks to the internet, many people are more informed about their options and are making more educated decisions when it comes to prescriptions – and these pharmacies are making a huge comeback. Read more »

Tubal Implants

The tubal implant procedure is done in a doctor’s office, an outpatient surgery center, or hospital and does not require an overnight stay. Implants are inserted into the fallopian tubes without general anaesthesia or invasive surgery, usually in about 30 minutes.

 

gynecological procedure

What Are Tubal Implants?

The tubal implant procedure is done in a doctor’s office, an outpatient surgery center, or hospital and does not require an overnight stay. Implants are inserted into the fallopian tubes without general anesthesia or invasive surgery, usually in about 30 minutes. Read more »

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