There is one answer that the beauty industry gives to the question: what to do with skin pigmentation? And that answer is hydroquinone. And indeed, in cosmetics it is used in tanning products and hair dye. In cosmetic medicine – for skin whitening and as a remedy against pigmentation. But there are so many side effects associated with this substance that I recommend thinking twice before deciding in its favor. Besides everything else that we’ve learned about hydroquinone in recent years, it turns out that in fact hydroquinone destroys skin cells and inevitably leads to its aging. Sometimes, the use of hydroquinone stimulates pigmentation, and the face appears bruised, because the spots that occur are rather dark. And the saddest thing is that such a skin condition is quite difficult to correct. Just google this question more carefully if you still doubt the undesirable effects of this substance. Continue Reading

Faded, dull skin always makes a woman look older than her actual age. On the other hand, bright and glowing skin will always get you looking much younger. The problem is that every day of our lives, pollution, grime and dust attach themselves to the surface of our skin. If we don’t take a couple minutes daily to cleanse our face and unclog the pores, the skin may look sluggish – instead of at its bright and shining best. Cleaning the skin is important, just like keeping our internal organs clean and healthy is. Please be aware that skin damage doesn’t always involve pain or immediate visible change, and can often go unnoticed for some time. The good news is, skin damage caused over time is reversible and the cumulative actions you begin taking today can also improve the appearance of your skin slowly over time. So get started today doing these simple things. Continue Reading

Why I don’t’ use botox and dermafillers? Botos is a toxic material. It lead to issues with the nervous system and the blood stream. One of the major side effects of botox is causing the facial muscles to get weak because muscles are being paralyzed by the botox injection therefore there is a lack of motion in the facial muscles. When there is no activity of facial muscles the skin droops. I want movement in my muscles, I want to be able to build these muscles. When it comes to dermafillers, it’s not that dangerous. The dermafiller contains hyaluronic acid, which is a substance naturally present in the human body. It is found in the highest concentration in fluids in the eyes and joints. In fact, hyaluronic acid has been promoted as a “fountain of youth”. Hyaluronic acid works by acting as a cushion and lubricant in the joints and other tissues. In addition to that, it might affect the way the body responds to injury. There are no severe adverse effects of hyaluronic acid identified yet. Continue Reading

Those shabby muscles on the arms are very annoying, and what is worse, the natural decrease in muscle-mass begins around age 30. But, there are things we can do about it. My advice to you: include isometric exercises into your daily routine in order to avoid the decrease of biceps and triceps mass in time. Many researches have shown that with the help isometric exercises you can increase the mass and strength of your muscles. Continue Reading

Today, we get to part 2 of the post about dermarolling. I hope part 1 was interesting and useful to you, so here we go! What skin care products should we use after the procedure for a maximum effect? So, we have the general rule that tells us: consistent application of organic oils on your skin will soften wrinkles and scars, will prevent premature ageing of the skin and will help you restore the natural color and tone of the skin. Continue Reading