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  1. kanzy

    Hair Problem

    I was expecting a soultion. Thanks BTW
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    Hair Problem

    My hair are very thin, what to do?
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    How to Care for oily skin?

    Your Skin Turned Black? That's strange to hear.
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    Very oily hair

    I think those who have dry hair ( like me ) are more worried.
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    Nothing is working for my weak nails!

    Now a days, There are a number of products in the market which helps in nail problems. You should try those products in order to get rid of these problems.
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    How to Get Rid of Pimples?

    Doctors recommend gently washing the face no more than twice daily. Over-the-counter (OTC) pimple treatments often contain benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, and sulfur. Prescription medication for pimples includes topical treatment, antibiotics, isotretinoin, and laser and light therapy.
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    Adult Acne

    What other skin conditions can mimic acne symptoms and signs? Rosacea: This condition is characterized by pimples but not comedones and occurs in the middle third of the face, along with redness, flushing, and superficial blood vessels. It generally affects people in their 30s and 40s and older. Pseudofolliculitis: This is sometimes called "razor bumps" or "razor rash." When cut too close to the skin, growing hairs twist into the skin and produce tender bumps. This is a mechanical problem, and treatment involves shaving less (growing a beard, laser hair removal). Pseudofolliculitis can, of course, occur in patients who have acne, too. Folliculitis: Pimples can occur on other parts of the body, such as the abdomen, buttocks, or legs. These represent not acne but inflamed follicles. If these don't go away on their own, doctors can prescribe oral or external antibiotics, generally not the same ones used for acne. Gram-negative folliculitis: Some patients who have been treated with oral antibiotics for long periods of time develop pustules filled with bacteria that are resistant to the antibiotics that were previously used. Bacterial culture tests can identify these germs, leading the doctor to prescribe different antibiotics or other forms of treatment. When should someone start acne treatment? Since everyone gets acne at some time, the right time to treat it is when it becomes bothersome or when the potential for scarring develops. This can be when severe acne flares suddenly, for mild acne that just won't go away, or even when a single pimple decides to show up the week before one's prom or wedding. What can people do to get rid of their acne? Readers Comments 1 Share Your Story Lifestyle Moderation and regularity are good things, but not everyone can sleep eight hours, eat three healthy meals per day, and drink plenty of water a day. Probably the most useful lifestyle changes one can make is to never to pick or squeeze pimples. Playing with or popping pimples, no matter how careful and clean one is, nearly always makes bumps stay redder and bumpier longer. People often refer to redness as "scarring," but fortunately, it usually isn't permanent. It's just a mark that takes months to fade if left entirely alone. Open the pores Occasional visits to an esthetician who is an expert at safely removing blackheads during a facial can be beneficial. Cleansing and skin care Despite what one might read in popular style and fashion magazines, there is no magic product or regimen that is right for every person and situation. Mild cleansers: Washing once or twice a day with a mild cleansing bar or liquid (for example, Dove, Neutrogena, Basis, Purpose, and Cetaphil are all inexpensive and popular) will keep the skin clean and minimize sensitivity and irritation. Exfoliating cleansers and masks: A variety of mild scrubs, exfoliants, and masks can be used. These products may contain salicylic acid in a concentration that makes it a very mild peeling agent. These products remove the outer layer of the skin and thus open pores. Products containing glycolic or alpha hydroxy acids are also gentle skin exfoliants. Retinol: Not to be confused with the prescription medication Retin-A, this derivative of vitamin A can help promote skin peeling. Reducing bacteria Antibacterial cleansers: The most popular ingredient in over-the-counter antibacterial cleansers is benzoyl peroxide. Topical (external) applications: Antibacterial cleansers come in the form of gels, creams, and lotions that are applied to the affected area. The active ingredients that kill surface bacteria include benzoyl peroxide, sulfur, and resorcinol. Some brands promoted on the Internet and cable TV (such as ProActiv) are much more costly than identical and sometimes more potent products one can buy in the drugstore. Benzoyl peroxide causes red and scaly skin irritation in a small number of people, which goes away as soon as one stops using the product. Keep in mind that benzoyl peroxide is a bleach, so do not let products containing benzoyl peroxide come into contact with fabrics, leaving unsightly white spots on colored clothes, shirts, towels, and carpets. Reduce the oil One cannot stop oil glands from producing oil. Even isotretinoin (Accutane, see below) only slows down oil glands for a while; they resume normal activity later. It is possible to get rid of oil on the surface of the skin and reduce the appearance of shine. Use a gentle astringent/toner to wipe away oil. (There are many brands available in pharmacies, as well as from manufacturers of cosmetic lines.) Products containing glycolic acid or one of the other alpha hydroxy acids are also helpful in clearing the skin by causing the superficial layer of the skin to peel (exfoliate). Masks containing sulfur and other ingredients draw out facial oil. Antibacterial pads containing benzoyl peroxide have the additional benefit of helping to wipe away oil.
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    Anti-aging Creams

    The effectiveness of anti-wrinkle creams depends in part on the active ingredient or ingredients. Here are some common ingredients that may result in some improvement in the appearance of wrinkles. Retinol. Retinol is a vitamin A compound, the first antioxidant to be widely used in nonprescription wrinkle creams.
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    Hair Fall Treatment at Your Home.

    Egg mask. Eggs are rich in sulphur, phosphorous, selenium, iodine, zinc and protein, which together help promote hair growth. Licorice root. Coconut Milk. Green tea. Beetroot juice. Greek yoghurt and honey. Aloe Vera. ... Fenugreek seeds
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    Best hair straightening products?

    You should avoid hair straighting products because hair straighteners destroy the natural health of hair.
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    What causes excessive hair loss?

    Androgenetic hair loss is seen in both men and women but is more dramatic in men. Thyroid disease, anemia, protein deficiency, chemotherapy, and low vitamin levels may cause hair loss. Alopecia areata is a form of hair loss produced by the autoimmune destruction of hair follicles in localized areas of skin
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    Help!! Hair problem :(

    Whisk an egg yolk and mix in two or three tablespoons of olive oil and one tablespoon of honey. Work it into damp hair, leave it on for 30 minutes and then rinse it off.Alternatively, whisk an egg with one teaspoon of almond oil. Apply on damp hair.
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    Solution for hair loss

    Massage it on the scalp to reduce hair fall. Aloe vera gel also works wonders. Massage the scalp with aloe gel, leave in for a few hours and then wash with lukewarm water. Aloe gel, coconut milk and wheat germ oil make a great hairconditioning treatment to help fight hair fall.
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    about my thinning hair

    DO wash your hair often. ... DO NOT use conditioner on your roots. ... DO NOT sleep on wet hair. ... DO let your hair dry completely before leaving the house. ... DO blow dry your hair upside down. ... DO NOT use lots of products. ... DO experiment with a light texturizing spray. ... DO NOT use a plastic comb on dry hair
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