Category Archives: Dermatology

Causes and Treatments of Hyperpigmentation Around Mouth

Dark pigmentation around mouth surely is an uncomfortable condition, especially if you’re a woman and it makes you appear as if you have a mustache. And sometimes even a concealer cannot hide it. In this condition, you might want to consider taking different methods that actually work to deal with this problem. Causes of Hyperpigmentation Around Mouth… Read More »

How to Remove Spots from Face: Natural and Medical Ways

Most spots located in the face, excluding those we were born with, are due to an excess of sun exposure without any kind of protection. Other common causes include diseases, certain medications or skin products, pregnancy and stress. If you feel uncomfortable with having them, there are many natural remedies you can try. However, if… Read More »

Can You Use Toothpaste on Acne?

Many people have been through that moment when a pimple comes out at the worst time possible, and most of them would do anything to get rid of it. Toothpaste is believed to treat acne when no other remedy is at hand, but does it really work? Can You Use Toothpaste on Acne? Yes, you can.… Read More »

These 12 Foods Can Cause Acne, Be Careful!

Everyone has to deal with acne at some point in their life. As acne is a complex issue, it is hard to determine what causes the breakout and why some people have more problems with acne than others. Researchers have shown that there is a connection between acne and diet. It is believed that some… Read More »

Avoid Certain Foods to Help Stop Hair Fall

One should avoid eating certain food and edible items completely to control falling of hair. Consuming Nicotine, Alcohol, Caffeine and Sugar can result in lowering of nutrient level your body drastically. This can lead to hair loss and high androgen production because of increase in adrenal levels in your body . Fried foods or food… Read More »

Acne and Make-Up

Acne is the most common skin condition to affect human beings. It is a disorder of the pilosebaceous units of the skin, which includes the hair follicle with its canal, and the attached sebaceous gland. The pathogenesis of acne may include more than one factor: Overproduction of sebum Overshedding of keratinocytes from the lining of… Read More »

What’s The Real Reason Women Remove Their Pubic Hair?

A study published in JAMA Dermatology regarding women’s pubic hair grooming practices has people abuzz. This cosmetic act needs a formal medical name because “clamscaping” just doesn’t work on grant applications. Although why the authors couldn’t go with hair removal, I don’t know. The study wasn’t about styling, it was about removal. The study even… Read More »

Contact Dermatitis And Contact Eczema?

Does dermatitis refer to the same condition as eczema and are contact dermatitis and contact eczema the same thing? Yes, eczema and dermatitis are interchangeable terms used by dermatologists. It’s usual, when referring to a contact dermatitis to call it a dermatitis rather than an eczema, but they are the same thing. Are there different… Read More »