Skin Care Tips

Cure Puffy Eyes

Causes of puffy eyes?
There are several causes for under eye bags, puffiness, or dark circles.
Some of these are:
Heredity,
Water retention,
Toxin build up,
A change in weather,
Hormones,
Allergic reactions,
Complications from medications.

Sleeping Habits.
Sleeping with your head elevated slightly can sometimes help alleviate this by helping the sinus cavities to drain.
Preventing the allergic reaction by avoiding your known allergens will help you to avoid an occurrence of puffy eyes.

How to prevent puffy eyes?
A healthy well balanced diet and stay well hydrated. Drinking plenty of water will help your body flush itself of any toxins as well as reduce the chance of water retention.
Limiting your caffeine intake can also help reduce water retention.
Sodium is also a big culprit in helping the body retain excess water and to reduce the bags under your eyes you may want to drastically reduce the salt in your diet.

Natural Remedies
There are many natural remedies that have been used over the years to help aid in the reduction of puffy eyes.
Cucumbers are really good at helping to reduce puffiness under your eyes.
Choose the treatment best suited to help get rid of your puffy eyes. Once you have completed that treatment you can apply makeup to help hide any remaining puffiness.

Over the counter quick fixes
When turning to over the counter treatments you will notice that many of them utilize natural ingredients as well. Many people notice that gel ointments work better and more quickly then creams, but keep in mind that everyone is different and your results may vary. Be sure to buy products that clearly state they are for puffy eyes.

Medical Causes of Puffy Eyes
A few examples of these conditions are a thyroid condition, and diabetes.

Chronic Puffiness
If you have chronic puffiness, dark circles, or bags under your eyes you should consult a physician to determine if the bags are a symptom of a more serious health concern.

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Stretch Marks

Lotions, Creams & Oil Treatments For Stretch Marks
One of the oldest treatments women use for stretch marks is cocoa butter.
By massaging cocoa butter into the abdomen area before stretch marks appear or even after they are present, the appearance of stretch marks may be diminished.

Use Of Vitamin E Oil
Other skin experts ask their patients to rub Vitamin E oil on their stretch marks after showering, to reduce the appearance of these unsightly skin marks.

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Acne Scar Prevention and Pimple Treatment

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Long Lasting Acne Scars Worse than Wrinkles
If you want better skin it’s important to think about how to reduce pimple breakouts and focus on prevention of acne. After all, once the pimples are present it can be difficult to deal with them. But, if you can head them off before they even show up you’ll be one step ahead of the game and on your way to a face without acne and acne scars.
Use these tips to help you reduce not only pimples and blackhead breakouts but also the appearance of acne scars.
Home Treatments To Reduce Pimples
You may be tempted to run to the dermatologist to solve your acne problem. However, before you make the doctor’s appointment you may be able to see excellent results with at-home treatments like Proactiv treatment cream systems or those with Retin A.
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Many people can see great results in reducing their acne and acne scars with this treatment and prevention skin product line. The key to these products is often consistency. If you want to commit to doing an at-home treatment plan, you must be willing to follow the plan completely.

Most of these plans fail because the user won’t consistently use the products as recommended and directed.

Visit Dermatologist
If you’ve tried everything on the shelves to eliminate your acne or acne scars, it may be time to see a dermatologist.
A skin care specialist can help you determine the cause of your acne and help you seek therapy for acne scars. Dermabrasion and laser treatments are often great choices for those who want to reduce or improve the look of their acne scars. In addition, skin doctors can prescribe medication if necessary.
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Daily Use Sunblock To Protect Skin
Many people think the sun helps their acne but it often only masks the problem. When the tan fades, the skin will still show inflammation or rosacea because acne vulgaris doesn’t go away fully when exposed to the sun. While you may feel your best when your complexion is tan, sun exposure can lead to cancer which is obviously much worse than dealing with your acne in other ways. Thus, it makes more sense to use a sunblock which will not clog your pores.

Acne and acne scars can be embarrassing.
If you suffer from cyst acne and deal with an eruption daily, you may also be suffering with acne pain. Thus, finding a way to get rid of your acne and acne scars might be high priority in your life.
The great news is there are many ways to reduce the appearance of acne and acne scars.
Try the at-home treatments and if they don’t work head to your dermatologist for more intense treatment options.

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