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Skin Care and Shower Filters

Heads up, folks. If you're not using a shower filter, your daily shower includes chemicals, toxins, chlorine and heavy metals. The chlorine in most municipal water systems can form carcinogenic compounds, such as trihalomethanes and chloroform. If you can't pronounce it, you probably don't want it on your skin. The pipes that carry the water many miles to your house are typically not clean and are full of heavy metals from things like solder joints.

A chlorine-free shower makes your skin softer, healthier, and younger looking.

Furthermore, these volatile organic compounds (VOC's) vaporize in a hot shower so you are inhaling chemicals during your shower, too! They vaporize at a much faster rate than the water itself, meaning the steam in a shower has a much higher concentration of chemicals than the actual water. Chemicals that are inhaled make their way into the bloodstream faster than ingested chemicals, because they don't go through the digestion process.

 

You're probably asking yourself, how much chlorine could be in the water? Tap water often contains at least as much, if not more, chlorine than what you'll find in most swimming pools. You can absorb more chlorine through your skin and lungs in one shower than you'd get in all the tap water you could drink in a day. Skin pores widen while showering, practically welcoming dermal absorption of chemicals.

 

Chlorine not only dries your skin and hair and causes fatigue, studies show that long-term exposure is linked to increased risk of asthma, bronchitis, miscarriage and various cancers. Women with breast cancer all showed at least 50 percent more chlorine in their breast tissue than women without cancer.

Using a shower filter is one of the easiest and most effective ways to reduce harmful exposure to chemicals.

 

There'll be no more skin rashes and wrinkles will diminish. You'll also have less fatigue, and the air in your house will be cleaner. Hair is able to preserve its natural moisturizing oils, so it will become softer and healthier when chlorine is removed from shower water. Start using a shower filter as part of your skin care routine now and reap the benefits of overall better health for years to come.

 

Katrina Price is a nine-year veteran of the skin care and cosmetics industry. Her website is located at http://www.skincareteacher.com and contains information on various topics related to beauty.

 

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Optimal Skin Care Practices - Understanding the Importance Of Seasonal Skin Care

 

In the same way we need to wear different clothing to protect our bodies against the effects of changing weather, our skin also has other needs when it comes to the skin care regime we use for the different seasons. We should alter our skin care practices accordingly so we can properly protect our selves from the ever changing elements. Many do not know that our skin is in fact our bodies largest organ. We must understand that our skin is far more delicate than we may realize. Let us now take a closer look at how our skin is affected during the summer season when compared to the winter months.

 

Seasonal skin care differences

Normally the winter months tend to be much colder and much more dry when compared to the summer season when the heat and humidity levels are significantly higher. When our skin is continually exposed to the harshness of winter weather, our skin takes the brunt of this beating, becoming excessively more irritated, chapped and dry. Although the clothes we wear protect most of the skin on our body, many times we often forget to provide protection to our facial area. Don't assume that just moving indoors is significantly better for your skin. With many people continuously running their home heating system and many also using dehumidifiers, we end up sapping a large portion of the moisture from the surrounding air.

 

For many, swimming is a great way for us to find relief from the heat and easy way to cool off. However it is easy for us to forget that when we swim in a pool we are also exposing ourselves to harsh chemicals and when we go swimming at the beach we have to deal with the affects of salt water exposure which can lead to excessive dryness in our skin.

 

How to protect our skin during the winter months

It is important to use a sunscreen regularly regardless of what season it is. Many don't realize that we are just as likely to sunburn in the winter months as we are during the summer. We should use a sunscreen and moisturizer combination or a facial make up product that has a minimum SPF rating of at least fifteen. Make sure you also protect your lips by wearing lip balm or a lipstick that includes sun protection.

 

We should try and maintain a consistent level of moisture within our skin and in our home or work environments. We can add moisture to the air inside of our home by using a simple humidifier. If you do not happen to own a humidifier you can just place a metal pan filled with water near the radiator or what ever heat source you have near by. It's a good idea to keep a few plants in your home or office since they naturally help to moisturize the surrounding air. As for adding moisture to our bodies, we can easily do so by using an emollient based soap, cream or lotion.

 

Another simple thing we can do to help out our skin is to take shorter warm showers. If you use hot water while showering or taking a bath, you end up striping away your bodies natural oils. Taking long showers or bathes also causes us to lose even greater amounts of our natural body oils because we stay submerged in water for to long. If you take bathes frequently it would be wise to add a simple moisturizer to your bath water.

 

We should attempt to reduce how often we our apply toner after using our facial cleansers. Only use a toner product that has no alcohol or a low level of alcohol content. We also need to gently exfoliate our skin using a simple washcloth or soft scrub in order to remove any dead skin cells as well as stimulate the formation of new skin cells.

 

How to protect your skin during the summer months

We need to ensure that our skin is receiving significant protection from the effects of the suns ultraviolet rays which contain harmful radiation. We can do so by simply applying a sunscreen product with an adequate SPF rating. We can also wear sun protective clothing which has been specifically designed to protect against UV rays. You should also seek shade whenever possible while outdoors. Lastly it is important to note that the sun is at it's strongest, between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm. Anywhere between those hours is when we should take extra precautions for protecting our skin from the sun while outdoors.

 

Our excessive sweating also means we have an over abundance of realize oils which can clog our pores. When can combat this by using a cooling cleanser containing salicylic acid to help keep any skin blemishes under control. We should also use cleansers containing eucalyptus or menthol extracts since they feel good to the skin and also help keep our pores clean and open.

 

Here are a few more quick tips. After swimming we should rinse our body with cool water to remove any chlorine and salt residues.

Apply a facial mask once a week to help deep clean our pores and assist the skin in retaining its natural pH balance. Last but not least , do not forget to change your moisturizing products as the seasons change because our skin does not need the same level of moisturizing protection during the summer months as it does during winter months.

 

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Benefits and Uses of Neem, Tulsi, Wheat Grass and Amla on Skin Care

 

You might be surprised to know that skin is the largest organ in human body. It is a kind of sheath that separates us from the outer environment. It protects our internal organs from getting exposed to the harsh climatic condition pravelling outside. Any problem in skin or any kind of infection to the skin can causes threat to the internal organs. It helps in keeping our vital organ from hanging outside the body getting infected very easily. It also helps in maintaing body temperature. More importantly it helps us in perceiving sensation of touch.

 

Now if we take a look at the summer months, the temperatures start to warm, our skin is now more exposed to the elements from the simple fact we wear less clothing. Next combine the warmer temperatures with the increased humidity levels. Our natural response to these environmental changes is an increased amount of sweat that our body begins to produce as it tries to cool it self off. The consequence of these environmental and bodily changes is that our skin starts to become much oilier and we also end up more prone to the formation of pimples and other skin blemishes.

 

According to modern sciences skin is made up of three layers. Named epidermis the outer layer, dermis the middle layer and subcutaneous fat the inner layer. Ayurveda believes that skin has six layers. Epidermis is the outer most layer of the skin and is the part of the skin, which is visible with our normal eyes. This layer of skin keeps on producing new cells, as 30000 to 40000 cells are lost every minute. It contains a very important content name melalin that is a very talked about things now a days. Melalin imparts colour to our skin. More the melalin content darker is the complexion.

 

Actually melanin is a protective device of your skin that helps you to protect from sunburns and very harmful ultraviolet rays or more commonly called UV rays. This is the reason tanning occurs in people who get exposed to sun. But melalin production is not enough to give all round protection to protect skin from dehydration and cancerous cell production. Important thing about epidermis is that it is composed of dead cells hence is non vascular i.e. it does not have blood supply and nervous supply.

 

Second is the dermis layer that lies below the epidermis. As it is beneath the epidermis hence dermis is not visible. Dermis serves very important function in the protective and perceptive role that skin plays. It serves many functions, as it possesses nerves ending, vascular supplies and glands (both oil or sebaceous glands and sweat glands). Due to presence of these factors we can perceive the touch sensation. Vascularity to the skin initiates in dermis and hence helps in providing proper nourishment to the skin cells.

 

Dermis also contains sebaceous glands or more commonly called oil gland, which helps our skin in lubrication thus helping it from catching any infection. It makes our skin work as raincoats therefore help skin from getting sogged and swelled away in water. Sweat glands play a very important role in our life. Most important of all is that it helps in maintaing our body temperature; secondly it plays an excretory role by excreting out harmful toxins that might have formed in our body; thirdly it helps in protecting our body from microorganism as it possess antibacterial properties.

 

Third and the most important of all the layers is the subcutaneous fatty layer. Its role is to work as a shock absorber in he body and to maintain body heat from getting transferred to outside temperature. It also helps in holding internal organs tightly as it is present beneath the skin. This also contains a very peculiar feature that only mammals possess i.e. hair follicles. This layer is full of hair follicles out of which hair grows out. Nourishment of hairs depends upon the sebaceous glands, which opens into the hair follicle thus proving it with shine and nutrients.

 

Types of skins

It is really very essential to know the kind of skin you possess, as right care of skin can help in reducing any skin problems and avoid diseases. There are mainly 5 types of skin: -

 

1. Normal skin:

It not a commonest kind of skin. It is soft, smooth, velvety and evenly textured skin with no flaky dead cells and no pores visible. Proper distribution of oil and moisture is there that makes it a balanced skin i.e. not excessively dry and not excessively greasy. It is clear and free from blemishes

 

2. Dry skin:

Skin is said to be dry, when skin is dull, patchy, reddened and flaky especially around eyes. Dry skin may cause formation of fine lines on cheeks, under eyes and corners of mouth. These conditions happen when oil or sebaceous glands are not supplying good nourishment and lubrication to the skin. If proper care is not given to the skin then it may lead to initiation of wrinkles in early age.

 

3. Oily or greasy skin:

This kind of skin is thick, dull in colour and shiny in appearance. Due to over secretions of oils or sebum through oil gland, makes skin pores open and skin becomes sticky, which attracts dirt and dust from the environment. Due to this tendency, dirt and dust particles blocks the skin pores which are already widely open in oily skin leads to problems like black head, white head, acne and other skin related problems.

 

4. Combination skin:

Commonly seen skin texture which is the combination of two kind of skin i.e. some of the skin area is dry and some of the area is oily. Usually it follows the pattern of “T” i.e. the greasy part is usually the portion which is vertical to nose crossing nose (nose, mouth and chin) and horizontal on fore head and hence referred to as “T-Zone”. The area left i.e. cheeks is comparatively dry.

 

5. Sensitive skin:

This kind of skin is very sensitive to any change in environmental conditions or any kind allergies, which may be caused due to procedures like bleaching, makeup’s and other external applications.

 

How to know that what type of skin you possess

It is a very simple method to know that what kind of skin you possess by following procedure mentioned below. Whenever you wake up in morning, wipe your face with dry tissue soon after leaving your bed. If you find oil on that tissue, you possess oily or greasy skin. If you find grease on the center panel then you possess combination skin. If there is no grease at all then you either have dry or normal skin.

 

Now to check weather your skin is dry or normal. Just do one thing, wash your face with non-greasy soap and water. If you are left with the feeling of stretchiness and tightness on skin then you possess dry skin otherwise you have normal skin. If in daily routine you easily get skin allergies, rashes, itches and boils then your skin supposed to be sensitive

 

Our skin faces mainly three kinds of troubles

1. Firstly disease caused directly to skin from external source.

This includes diseases that directly infect the skin from outside for example fungal infection in early stages etc

2. Secondly disease caused due to systemic disorders. This is the second category of the disease, which is caused due to systemic infection in the body. For example leprosy, psoriasis

3. Thirdly it may represent mere symptom of another disease. In this skin is the mere face that represents the symptom of any disease prevailing in the body. For example loosening of skin, which might be caused by dehydration.

 

How to make skin to happy so that it may remain healthy and glows with shine.

1. Protect your skin from over exposure of sun by using sunscreens

2. Carry an umbrella or a cap with you when overexposed to external environment

3. Don’t smoke and drink excessively

4. Wash your skin gently and with lots of care

5. Moisturize your skin regularly

6. Shave with care and softly. Only shave in direction of hair growth

7. Use of good skin cleansers and toners regularly to open up blocked pores.

8. Drink lots of water and fresh fruit juices

9. Eat healthy food and avoid junk food.

10. Avoid use of chemicals on your skin

 

Inspite following these measures if you are not able to achieve the healthy and good skin then you must read below.

Here are some herbal remedies that is the answer to all your problems

 

Benefits of neem on skin

· Neem is a wonder herb. Since early times neem is known for its wonderful properties and marvelous results on skin. It works as blood purifier and is very helpful in eradicating toxins from the blood that are supposed to cause harm to the skin.

· Local application of neem powder or neem oil has miraculous results. It is a famous anti microbial herb, it renders all the microorganisms inactive therefore helping in proper healing of wound without causing any infections and septic conditions

· Good results have been seen on skin problems like acne and blemishes. It helps in disinfecting the hair follicles and helps in eradicating the particle which is the main culprit in blocking the pore

 

· Taking bath of neem leaves socked water helps our body to counter mild infections, which our body might get in day-to-day activity

· Neem helps in early healing of burns and injuries that might also helps in fading of scars that are left after the any injury

· Tropical application and internal use of neem makes us relieved from eczema and even ringworms

· Neem is very helpful in providing internal glow to the skin by providing natural supplements that are required for good and healthy skin

 

· Neem is extensively used in hair fall and early graying of hairs with very satisfying results.

· It also find its application in dandruff and in lice growth

· Neem is helpful in lighting dark circles which are usually caused due to life style disturbances

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Effects of Tulsi, the holy basil on skin

· Tulsi behave as an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal agent thus helps in eradicating any of the microorganisms developing on the wound and the skin.

· Tulsi is a wonderful blood purifier that helps in eradicating any toxins circulating in blood and helps us from any kind of foreign invasion there fore helps in protecting our skin from acne and other skin infections.

· It helps in normalizing our digestive system thus helpful in treating cause by which dark circles are caused.

 

· Tulsi is helpful in skin conditioning by improving blood circulation thereby helping each and every cell to get its part of nutrition and oxygen that helps in glowing skin

· Tulsi works as a powerful antioxidant thereby helps in preventing early aging signs and makes the skin young as never before

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Wheat grass and its effects on skin

· Wheat grass has been used since ages as it is helpful in providing required vitamins and minerals that are very helpful in nourishing skin and helps it to look healthy

· Due to presence of vitamin E in wheat grass, it helps in preventing aging and also helps in maintaing shine on the skin.

· Vitamin E also helps in preventing dark circles around eyes

· It is a good remedy in any skin disorder, as it possesses the cold potency, which is helpful in curbing skin disease that are of hot potency.

 

· Super oxide dismutase (SOD) present in wheat grass helps in slowing the aging process of cell thus gives the property of rasayan to wheat grass

· Alanine, an amino acid helps in promoting blood formation there fore helpful in formation of RBC (red blood corpuscles), WBC (white blood corpuscles), blood platelets etc. which are helpful in providing proper nourishment and protection to cell from any foreign invasion

 

· Vitamins A present in wheat grass is very useful in improving vision of eyes therefore helping in providing proper nourishment to the skin under eyes preventing dark circles and sagging down of skin

· Iron is helpful in hemoglobin production therefore is helpful in increasing oxygen carrying capacity of blood and is helps in imparting pinkish colour to the skin

 

Amla and its benefits on skin

· It is very helpful in skin diseases as it has sheet virya (cold potency), it inhibits pitta dosha and thus helps in getting relief from it as all the skin disorders are caused by pitta dominance.

· Regular use of Amla promotes glow on skin and delays wrinkles or loosening of skin. Good results have been found in eczema.

· Its internal use as well as its local application on scalp gives good results in hair loss as it provides nourishment to the skin on head (scalp).

 

· It stimulates hair follicles thus promoting hair growth and also improves texture of the hair.

· It also prevents premature graying of hairs and dandruff, which is flaking of dead cells of the scalp.

· Indian women generally use Amla to wash their hairs, which act as natural hair conditioner as it helps in providing good nourishment and also helps in normalizing blood supply

· It is helpful in making skin glow and works as an antioxidant therefore prevents wrinkles and loosening of skin.

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Aloe vera: a skin specialist herb

Aloe vera is an herb extensively used in enhancing beauty in natural way.

· Aloe vera is known to help in condition known as dermatitis (an inflammatory disease of the skin) therefore helps in relieving from it

· It stabilizes digestive system and therefore is very essential in providing proper nourishment to the skin.

· Being an herb of cold potency, it helps in fighting against any skin diseases that are caused by pitta related disorders

· It works as magic in burn cases and researches have proved its efficacy in healing wounds faster than any thing

· It is helpful in erasing blemishes and dark spots on face generally caused after pregnancy.

 

· It helps in fighting with acne and other allergic disorders of skin thereby making pores clear and healthy

· Helps in lightening of the skin colour, as it helps in fighting extra amount of melalin that has been produced in body

· It works as an antioxidant therefore helps in fighting with the age related changes that has occurred with growing age

· Helps in slowing down the wrinkles developing on the skin.

· Helps in increasing circulation of blood thus facilitating easier oxygen exchange between the cells thus providing them nourishment

 

Dr John Anne

 

Skin Care Products Used By Medical Professionals

It slices, it dices, and it will make your bed! Alas, such fanciful claims are both the stuff of late night television and skin care products. Ditch it all and read on to see what doctors use for skin care treatments.

 

Skin Care Products Used By Medical Professionals

Your skin is one of the first things people see, so caring for it is critical. The problem, however, is you are inundated with different products that supposedly are the big breakthrough to skin care. Alas, most of them are not. Instead of treating the underlying problems giving rise to blotchiness, pigmentation issues or blocked pores, they cover up the problem. While this may work short term, it means you will have to continually purchase and use their product. Hmmm…funny how that happens!

 

If you have skin care issues that significantly impact your appearance, you need to clean out your bathroom and stick with the basics. In this case, we are talking about the products used by doctors.

 

Let’s take a look.

 

1. Vitamin C Creams – The most basic of products, but they work. Vitamin C creams are boring, but very important. First, they block the chemical reaction that causes skin damage when exposed to the sun. Second, the creams stimulate the collagen production in the dermis, which smoothes out your skin and limits wrinkling.

 

2. Retinoic Acid: A classic product for skin care treatment, it has been around forever because it works! Known better by the name Retin-A, this treatment stimulates cell production and increases blood flow in the skin. It also regulates pigment production and new collagen. In human terms, Retin-A forces the skin to shed the damaged cells while producing new ones that are healthier and do not have pigmentation problems. The only downside to the drug is it causes the skin to be very sensitive to sunlight while it is being taken.

 

3. Hydroxy Acids – Hydroxy acids are used to create smooth skin and decrease pore sizes. The acids work by speeding up the shedding process of cells from the outer epidermis level of skin. This pushes new, healthier cells to the outer layer of your skin. New skin always looks better because it has not been exposed to sun, pollution and so on.

 

There you have it. Three of the basic medications used by medical professionals for skin care. They may not be dramatic or the next big thing you read about in magazines, but they work. In the end, isn’t that what you are really after?

 

Ricardo de Silva is with Plastic Surgeon Practices - a directory of plastic surgeons. Visit us to read more plastic surgery articles.

 

Technologies Revolutionizing Skin Care Treatments

 

If you are tired of using topical skin treatments that only cover up, not treat, skin issues, there are a few new technologies to consider for your skin treatment.

 

Technologies Revolutionizing Skin Care Treatments

Skin medications and treatments come and go with the wind. The latest, greatest breakthrough to skin treatment is often a humorous memory a few years later. The simple fact is skin care is a complicated matter with many different aspects involved. Most topical over the counter treatments are primarily geared to covering up skin issues, not treating them. Yes, they claim to treat the underlying problem, but you usually will see a note in small letters indicating the FDA has not tested or approved the claim. Put in simple terms, the claims being made are a bit overoptimistic.

 

If you wish to improve the health and appearance of your skin, there are options available. Traditional courses of treatment include Retin-A, the wonder skin care drug and various other creams and acids. There are, however, a few new technologies that are being used in the treatment of skin issues that are proving to be revolutionary.

 

IPL is a new treatment that is producing tremendous results. IPL stands for intense pulse light and similar to a laser treatment. The treatment is undertaken by exposing the skin to multiple wavelengths of intense light. This stimulates the underlying dermis material of the skin to produce new cells through slight heating. The physical improvements include reduction of age spots, spider veins, pigment variations and reduction of pores. The treatment can also be used to reduce unwanted hair. IPL is not a one time treatment. It takes multiple sessions to obtain the desired effect. While this may be considered a negative, it is important to note that you are able to return to work, etc., immediately after the treatments, which minimizes any interruption in your life.

 

Thermage skin treatments are another new technology that is getting a lot of publicity. At first, it was believed thermage was the big breakthrough in skin care. The technology takes the novel approach of stimulating the dermis while leaving the outer layer of epidermis intact. In so doing, the body is believed to shed the damaged outer skin while replacing it with healthier, new skin cells. The treatment actually works, but one problem has arisen. Patients report that the improvements only last three to four months. At the end of the day, thermage skin treatment is just another temporary treatment, not the end all it was supposed to be. Still, three months is better than nothing.

 

The medical technology field is hyperactive. New technologies are produced regularly. Many of them offer the hope of total medical solutions, but hope does not always translate to fact. In this case, IPL therapy seems a much better long-term option than thermage skin care.

 

Ricardo de Silva is with Plastic Surgeon Practices - a directory of plastic surgeons. Visit us to read more plastic surgery articles.

Tips For Women Best Skin Care Practice

Why do women put on themselves so much skincare products? They do it primarily to combat the signs of aging, and to maintain youthful looks and beautiful skin! For women wanting to look their best, here are some tips for women best skin care products.

Most women did not put much thought into what is in the products that they are using.

 

Dr. Myron Wentz, founder and chairperson of USANA Health Sciences, has this to say about beauty in the company magazine's June/July 2005 issue: "Some say that beauty is only skin deep. Nonsense! I believe that true beauty is a reflection of true health, and true health begins deep inside each and every cell in the body. But true health and true beauty have an outer component, which is why we require protection from environmental insults such as solar radiation, pollutants in our environment and the drying effects of air. . . And your skin can't be healthy if your are subjecting it to toxic substances that are ultimately absorbed into your body."

 

So, what can women do? How can they combat environmental pollutants, the affect of solar radiation, and the drying effects of air? How can they be sure they are using the very best products on their skin so they can be healthy inside and out? Here are some tips to help you:-

 

Use products that have regenisomes. Regenisomes penetrate the skin to speed cell renewal after sun exposure. They also use the light of photosomes to undo sun damage, and have ultrasomes to renew skin while sleeping. Be very aware of what is in skincare products. Use products that are all natural as much as possible. Look for products that contain Dermal Surface Renewal Technology. DSR smoothes away existing signs of aging such as laugh lines, crows feet, and dullness. If possible, use products that are paraben free. Parabens are synthetic chemical preservatives that are widely used in personal care products such as shampoos, conditioners, hair styling products, make-up, facial masks, skin lotions and creams, and deodorants. They also are typically ingredients in baby lotions, shampoos, and other personal care products for infants and children.

 

In addition, parabens are in many foods and pharmaceutical products. Researchers are beginning to find parabens in benign and malignant human breast tumors. While some studies have challenged their toxicity in many products and question their long term affect on humans, using products that are paraben free can eliminate the risk of exposure to this harmful chemical. Limit stress or learn to manage it effectively. Stress is harmful both emotionally and physically. Find that stress reliever activity that works best and use it on a daily basis!

 

Drink plenty of water! Water hydrates skin and hair as well as flushes toxins out of the body. I cannot emphasize this enough!

If you follow these tips, soon you will be enjoying beautiful and glowing skin.

 

Joshua Poyoh is the creator of http://skincarehelper.com. He has suffered from acne and various skin conditions before. Now he researches into the area of skincare.

 

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Proactive Skin Care - Acne is often seen as something of a trifling problem, a few zits that complicate a teenagers already confusing life, but nothing that's going to kill them - and, of course, they'll grow out of it! Anyone who has ever suffered with acne however, whether as a teenager, or as one of the growing number of people who develop the skin condition during their adult years, will tell you that the problem is not quite so trifling.

Anti Inflammatory Drugs - Psoriatic arthritis is a particular type of inflammatory arthritis that affects roughly twenty percent of those suffering from the chronic skin condition called Psoriasis.

Beat Rheumatoid Arthritis - Psoriatic arthritis is a particular type of inflammatory arthritis that affects roughly twenty percent of those suffering from the chronic skin condition called Psoriasis. Psoriatic arthritis occurs much more frequently among those that have a particular tissue type.

 

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Home Teeth Whitening - A smile on a face is worth more than money. It can create magic. But discolored teeth can hamper this magic. So often we get anxious about our bad teeth, especially when we see that our teeth are loosing their shine and white look. But not any more. Science has helped us to solve this problem by providing us the technique of artificially whitening our teeth, called Tooth whitening.

 

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