We all can agree that 2020 is a year we are happy to leave behind, right?
We can also say without hesitation, that this coming new year, we are all thrilled to make some new resolutions, with the hope for a better, healthier, and happier year.
On this optimistic note, we recommend starting nice and easy with these 5 easy skincare resolutions for a glowing complexion. Look out 2021 - here we come!
Other than magical fireside gatherings and beautiful snowy streets, winter brings along some unpleasant side effects.
We are talking about dry, itchy skin, of course. The dry climate and indoor heat are taking their toll, leaving us itchy and quite frankly – frustrated.
Fortunately, we are here to help you with some great tips to improve your daily routine, and make sure your skin stays hydrated and glowing.
With all the sweet foods around during the holiday season, temptation is lurking at almost every corner.
A lot of people blame their oily complexion and pimples on sugar. And indeed, certain things we eat can definitely affect the way our skin reacts.
Cold weather and its low humidity dry out our skin, something definitely worth considering as you put together your holiday shopping lists.
We've curated a helpful gift guide filled with the best skincare gift ideas for your family and friends to have a lovely Christmas with a glowing skin. Let's dive in!
What exactly is psoriasis? Is it possible to cure psoriasis? How can I know what I have is psoriasis?
If you have different dry areas on the skin, covered with a kind of white scales (especially elbows, knees and scalp) – it is highly possible you have psoriasis.*
And don’t worry - we are here to help you deal with your psoriasis, and of course - answer any questions you have about it.
If your scalp is constantly itchy, if it is red and scaly - you are not alone.
Most people have experienced (or will experience at some point in their lives) an irritated scalp.
Imbalance in the scalp skin is a much more common problem than you think.
So, we at Kamedis have developed a scalp lotion that soothes the scalp, provides maximum moisture and reduces dandruff.
The effectiveness of the cream has been proven in a clinical study we conducted on our SEBO kit, which includes our SEBO & PSO Scalp Lotion and SEBO Shampoo.
I know, it's frustrating, and it hurts to see your child suffer from acne.
The good news is, today I'm going to share with you 5 tips that will help you and your child tremendously.
Although acne most commonly affects teenagers, it is also often seen in children as young as 7 years old.
But no matter their age, gender or severity of symptoms, these tips will help you help them deal with their acne and reduce breakouts.
Intimacy while living with atopic dermatitis can be a sensitive topic.
You know the feeling. You start seeing someone amazing, and everything is going great, but just when you're about to get close with them you close off?
Even if it's not with someone new, intimacy with a long-term partner can be tricky when you're distracted by making movies in your head about how your atopic dermatitis will interfere or how you think your atopic dermatitis affects your partner.
Well, I know the feeling. But I've learned that this lack of confidence and over self-awareness is a bigger problem than my atopic dermatitis is.
It’s said that vegan skin care products are less likely to lead to irritation or other issues that can come along with chemicals, animal ingredients, or other additives. They are more natural, gentle and easy on the skin when they are free of animal-derived ingredients.
The main cause for acne is the overproduction of oil; blocked hair follicles that don’t allow the oil to leave the pores, thus often resulting in a clogged pore. However, aside from overproduction of oil, hormones and genetics there are other factors for acne breakouts that you can control!
"The self-declared prevalence of acne is relatively high in European adolescents even if there are variations across countries. Heredity is the main identified risk factor for developing acne whereas age is negatively associated with the prevalence of this condition." -Value in Health Journal
But knowing what type of skin you have will help you decide on the best way of treatment, so let’s get down to finding out whether you have dehydrated skin, dry skin, or eczema (atopic dermatitis).
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