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Sensitive Skin Type: Atopic Dermatitis vs Eczema

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Sensitive Skin Type: Atopic Dermatitis vs Eczema

Sensitive skin due to Eczema is connected to physical (skin) barrier disruption. Sensitive skin linked to Atopic Dermatitis is produced by a barrier defect and a hyperactive immune system.   Individuals with atopic dermatitis have allergies, they could have eczema, hay fever and sometimes asthma.  Their allergies could be air born, foods they eat and skin care products.  These individuals have a hyperactive immune system, considerably higher compared to the general population.   Over 30 million Americans suffer from eczema.  There also is no cure for eczema; the causes and the severity vary, but it can be managed  knowing what...

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Eczema Sensitive Skin Type

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Eczema Sensitive Skin Type

This type of sensitive skin can be found on any body area, but is most common in areas where oil production is low, such as the upper back, lower arms and lower legs. To keep your eczema under control  it helps to be aware of your triggers.  It could be dry skin, irritants, allergens or stress.       Avoid wool and itchy fabrics , dress in soft, breathable clothing.     Relax...Learn to use stress management techniques.   A good skin care routine can make your eczema manageable.   The most common cause of eczema is, washing the skin...

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Reduce Wrinkles With Hyaluronic Acid

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Reduce Wrinkles With Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid is when applied topically it’s able to penetrate the skin’s upper layers.  Using a serum or cream with hyaluronic will improve skin’s hydration and elasticity. Hyaluronic acid helps plump aging skin, because it can attract and retain  to 1,000 times its weight in water.  When using a hyaluronic serum always follow with a moisturizer for a more beautiful healthy-looking radiant skin. Overtime the moisturizing, hydrating and anti-inflammatory properties of hyaluronic acid helps heal dry inflamed skin.  A study conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of topical hyaluronic acid formulas in treating wrinkles, skin hydration, and skin elasticity in humans, using...

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How Another Reason to Eat Dark Chocolate Can Help You Live a Better Life

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How Another Reason to Eat Dark Chocolate Can Help You Live a Better Life

  Dietary Assistance from one group of natural plant products  —  Polyphenols POLYPHENOLS REPAIR UV-INDUCED DNA DAMAGE, they  act  as protective agents against the adverse effects of UV harmful rays Numerous Studies are being conducted to show the association between diet and disease.   According to Medicine National Institutes of Health, individuals can modify their dietary habits and lifestyle in combination with a careful use of skin care products to prevent UVB-mediated skin damage..   Food Sources For Polyphenols  Polyphenols food sources include green tea, pomegranate fruit extract, grape seed, resveratrol, Dark Chocolate, coffee and spices.  You now have a great...

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10 Reasons Why I Use Rhonda Allison Antioxidant Complex

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10 Reasons Why I Use Rhonda Allison Antioxidant Complex

My reasoning begins with the following facts about the aging process. The human body ages through 2 physical processes, intrinsic aging and extrinsic aging Intrinsic aging, the natural aging process is characterized by 3 features: decreased collagen production, degeneration in the elastic fiber network and loss of hydration (hyaluronic acid).  Dry, intrinsically aged skin appearance is thin, atrophic and finely wrinkled.   Extrinsic aging referred to as photoaging is due to environmental factors.  Ultraviolet (UV) exposure is the principal cause of extrinsic aging.  In contrast to intrinsic aging,  the characteristic element of photoaging is a substantial buildup of elastotic material in the upper and  middle...

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