Address Aging Skin Appropriately Christine Spehar Someone once said, “Time may be a great healer, but it’s a lousy beautician.” The signs of aging are obvious– wrinkles, fine lines, sagging skin, age spots, enlarged pores, hormonal imbalances. Yet, we live in an age where skin care is at its most advanced, allowing us to prevent and treat the signs of aging like never before. The ProblemsFirst, let’s take a look at how the aging process affects our skin, and then hear from the experts about how to combat those effects.Fine Lines and Wrinkles There are two types of wrinkles that show up as we age–dynamic wrinkles and wrinkles caused by.
The Facts for a Clear Complexion Cathy Ulrich A scourge of teenagers and adults alike, acne is one of the least understood of all skin conditions–and one of the most common. Usually associated with youth, acne can last well into the adult years and sometimes throughout life. It’s tough to treat, especially if approached as a dirty skin problem. And if not cared for properly, acne can produce scarring on the face and body that is difficult, if not impossible, to clear. Let’s look at some of the myths surrounding acne and replace them with the facts.Myth: Any skin condition that causes pimples, blackheads, and redness is a form of.