Healthy Skin Articles

Daily Moisturizers Shown to Cause Cancer
A team at Rutgers University led by Allen Conney found that skin cancer tumors increased up to 95% in high risk mice when treated 4 different daily moisturizers. Learn why this study was disturbing on so many counts in this article.

Vitamins and Minerals for Healthy Skin
Keeping your skin youthful and healthy looking is not just for cosmetic appearances -- healthy and attractive skin is good for your whole body.

Natural Treatments for Sunburns
Bad sunburns can and do happen throughout the summer. If you have a throbbing, killer sunburn and are looking for some natural treatments, this article is for you.

Vitamins and Minerals for Fingernail Health
Brittle or poor looking fingernails indicate the body's lack in certain vitamins or minerals. By watching your fingernails and keeping them in good shape, you help keep your body well rounded in nutrients.

Do Not Mix and Match Skin Care Products
Many women these days mix and match skin care products from various companies. If you're doing this, you need to read this important article to learn why mixing and matching could be doing your skin more harm than good.

Vitamin D, Skin Cancer, the Sun, and Dermatologists
Famed cancer researcher Dr. Ralph Moss discusses the firing of a Boston University professor over his controversial stance on the human body's need for sunlight
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Aloe Vera for External Use
Most people already know that aloe vera is wonderful for pain, particularly the kind you get from burns. Whether cooking burns or sun burns, aloe is often used to take away the pain.

How to Treat Burns with First Aid
You can get burned by a number of different sources, the most common of which are hot liquids, hot objects, etc. In general, if a first-degree burn does not cover a significant portion of your body, it can be treated at home.




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