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Life is hard for people with sensitive skin. Hypersensitivity, stress and irritations can result in redness, eczema or psoriasis. Other conditions are genetic, such as rosacea and couperose. Here are some useful tips to prevent and treat these skin conditions.
Irritation, flaky skin, pain, unsightly sores… eczema on your eyelids and hands can cause discomfort for many reasons. Let’s take a look at the care products and techniques you can use to find relief!
The skin on newborns is super fine and fragile, so it requires special attention. To help you make the right choices, we’ve answered five common questions about skincare for babies.
A large percentage of adults, and an even greater number of children, suffer from eczema: a skin disease associated with inflammation and itching. Here is a routinethat can relieve your symptoms.
We tend to forget about the sun during winter. But UVA and UVB rays are just as dangerous now as they are in the summer… maybe even more so! Why? Here’s one reason: snow reflects 80% of the sun’s rays, increasing your exposure, especially at higher altitudes. Here are a few tips to protect your skin.
3% to 10%. That’s the number of adult Canadians affected by rosacea and couperose, a skin problem that touches people of every age, but is most common in women aged 30 to 50. So, how do you prevent it from occurring or manage it to reduce its symptoms? Read on and find out!
Is the skin on your arms and thighs covered in small, red, itchy bumps? If so, it’s probably keratosis pilaris—a non-threatening condition that affects about 40% of the population.
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