Category Archives: "Rosacea and Flushing"
If you already enjoy a regular cup of coffee in the mornings, we have good news for you. According to a recent study, drinking coffee is good for the skin! We give you all the details below, plus some tips on how you can use coffee topically for more skin care benefits. Study Finds Coffee
If you struggle with acne, you’re not alone. According to a recent study of 92 private dermatology clinics, there’s been a 200 percent rise in the number of adults seeking specialist acne treatment. Women were five times more likely than men to be affected by late-life acne, believed to be due to hormone fluctuations. We
When you think of an autoimmune disorder, you may think of rheumatoid arthritis or multiple sclerosis (MS), but autoimmune diseases can strike the skin, too. Below we’ve got six common autoimmune diseases that either affect the skin directly, or cause symptoms on the skin. What is an Autoimmune Disease? An autoimmune disease is any disease
This weekend, we all get to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. We’ll enjoy the green outfits, the fun leprechauns, the parades and parties, the cards and decorations, and for those of Irish descent, a chance to reconnect with a vibrant and unique culture. But of course, we can’t talk about St. Patrick’s Day without talking about