Rosacea

The cause of rosacea { facial redness } is unknown.
Various theories have suggested that rosacea is caused by bacteria, mites, fungus malfunction of connective tissue ,or psychological factors. However non of these theories have been proven.

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The low down on effective hair removal

Women first begin to critically scrutinize their bodies in their early teens and one of the first things they want to do is to eliminate unwanted body hair.

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The eyes have it

Step seven

People focus on each other's eyes. When we have problems such as swelling, puffiness or dark circles under our eyes we may not only become self-conscious or embarrassed, we may reach for heavy concealing creams or dark glasses in an attempt to mask the area.

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WAter - the fountain of youth

Step seven

Medical science hasn't yet found the "fountain of youth", but should it do so, water will almost certainly be one of the essential ingredients.

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The "thirtysomething" generation has skin problems

Step six

There is a common misconception that problem skin occurs primarily in the teens and that people over 30 generally have normal complexions.

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The benefits of facial massage

Step five

Many people today are tremendously exercise-conscious, taking good care of the look of their bodies, yet they often forget or neglect that part of the appearance in which ageing is most immediately evident - the face.

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Making time for those skin care extras pays of

Step four

Just a few years ago, skin protection was largely an optional consideration, something that most of us bothered about only at the height of summer, if at all. Only perhaps when we spent an extended time out of doors did we take the trouble to slap on any old sun screen.

 

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Sunscreen

STEP THREE A
An important part of Australian’s Sun Protection Plan

Wearing of protective clothing should be considered as the most effective method of skin protection.

Some parts of the body however, can not be covered by clothes { eg. Face }. Often hot summer temperatures require an individual to wear less clothing for comfort.
It is necessary therefore to protect areas uncovered by clothing with sunscreens.

 

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Protecting your skin is essential in Australia’s harsh climate

Step three B

Just a few years ago, skin protection was largely an optional consideration, something that most of us bothered about only at the height of summer, if at all. Only perhaps when we spent an extended time out of doors did we take the trouble to slap on any old sun screen.

 

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Latest Technology showing deficiency’s in a person’s system

Health.... the most precious possession 

As a patient, have you tried various resources to get to the bottom of symptoms or problems you have with your health ? Perhaps you've been given numerous or often different opinions and are still in the dark, not knowing where to turn to find a true solution to your ailments? If so, then Bio Profiler may be the right answer for you!

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Taking your skin care seriously

STEP TWO
Elementary, effective skin care is vital
and accessible to all of us. The three basic aspects of such care are cleaning, protecting and nourishing the skin. There are very expensive products available to achieve this, but there are many others which are less costly but do the job just as well providing you follow correct steps.

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Skin care explained in seven easy steps

STEP ONE
Expert diagnosis is the key to effective skin care

As our modern lifestyles and environments become more pressured, it is increasingly important for Australian men and women to take there personal skin care seriously.

The notion of regarding skin care and professional salon treatments as unnecessary indulgences is now outdated and has been replaced by a healthy intent to combat the external influences which wreak havoc on our complexions, prematurely ageing us.

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