Identify Your Skin Issue

11 Nov

skin careSince your skin is the largest organ the body has, it is prone to all types of problems and issues. Human skin is constantly exposed to the outside elements, including dust, heat, humidity, sun and more. Damaged skin can look bad and feel worse. But there is hope. New advancements in skin creams and applications have made recovering from skin conditions not only possible, but in clinical trials the subjects actually looked better than before their skin changed in the first place. A lot of people, however, are unsure about what exactly they have going on with their skin and thus are skeptical about topical creams and other helping solutions. Here are major skin issues to help you understand what you may have and how to address it:

Wrinkles—through the aging process of glycation, the skin gets folded and creased. Factors such as smoking, aging, hydration, the sun and other influences can cause wrinkles. Organic Skin Care Pads have been shown to reduce the appearance of wrinkles in the skin.

Hyper pigmentation—when dark areas appear on your skin or nails, it is usually caused by an increase in melanin. Excess sun can cause hyper pigmentation as well as inflammation and acne.

Eczema—a very uncomfortable swelling of the skin but it can be treated to stop the chronic inflammation. Eczema can include rashes, crusting and flaking. Skin pads can help you recover from eczema.

Rosacea—the chronic condition causes the skin to turn red and sometimes cause acne. If left untreated, Rosacea can worsen over time so it is very important that you seek treatment immediately.

The bottom line is that you don’t have to live or tolerate bad skin conditions. Help can be as easy as rubbing a pad across the affected area.


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