4 Things To Know About Microdermabrasion

Posted on: 4 January 2016
Despite being a very popular treatment at medical spas all over the world, many people are confused about microdermabrasion. What is it? How does it affect the skin? Is it worth the money? Do I have to take special care of my skin afterwards? If you have wondered any of these things yourself, keep reading for more information about microdermabrasion. The more informed you are, the better able you will be to decide if the treatment is right for you.
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4 Questions About Wood Shampoo And Wood Conditioner Answered

Posted on: 4 December 2015
If somebody were to tell you that wood was the main ingredient in a line of shampoos and conditioners, you might look at him or her as though he/she is crazy. After all, there is no way wood can be liquid enough to be a shampoo, much less a conditioner, right? You may be surprised at just how often the word "wood" is used in conjunction with these associated products, because there are several natural wood elements that can be used as effective hair care cleansing and conditioning agents.
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3 Tips For Caring For Your Skin During Laser Hair Removal

Posted on: 12 November 2015
Laser hair removal treatments are excellent for removing your hair, but they can also make your skin quite sensitive following each procedure. While your underarms and pubic area will feel the most sensitive, your legs and arms may also feel some of this sensitivity as well. In order to help make sure that your skin feels as good as possible after each procedure, there are certain things that you can do.
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How To Prevent Chafing From Cycling

Posted on: 29 October 2015
Many cyclists enjoy riding, but cannot handle the chafing issues. If you are riding long distance, then you should expect some chafing to your underside and saddle sores. The chafing comes from your sensitive areas rubbing against your clothing and the bicycle seat.  Saddle sores occur from infected or blocked glands. They show up as lumps and can occur in the buttocks area, groin or upper leg. The best way to stop chafing issues is to prevent it from occurring in the first place.
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