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Eczema treatment: How can treat eczema? (Part II)

Eczema treatment

Eczema treatment: In the previous article, we reviewed the causes and symptoms of eczema. In this article we will continue to discuss the methods of treatment in modern medicine and traditional medicine. Eczema treatment in modern medicine In modern medicine, eczema is affected by contact with allergic conditions. Usually the …

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Eczema (Causes & Symptoms) (First part)

Eczema

What is eczema? Eczema is a descriptive term for one of the chronic diseases of the skin that usually begins in childhood. It also called inflammation or swelling of the skin. It can cause itching, redness, swelling, skin rashes, and it can be exposed at any part of the body, …

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Ato-herbal shampoo for damaged and dyed hair

Ato-herbal  shampoo for damaged and dyed hair No paraben, formaldehyde and minoxidil Compounds of constituent Ato-vegetable shampoo for damaged and dyed hair, by examining the healing properties of plants: (Punica granatum), (Ficus carica), (Matricaria chamomilla), (Triticum aestivum), (Triticum aestivum) and (Citrus aurantifolia). Which has health benefits in preventing hair brittleness, …

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Low-calorie snack (Part II)

low-calorie snack

Low-calorie snack: In the previous article, we investigated some low-calorie snacks. In this article, we will continue to introduce a number of other snacks containing less than 100 calories. Low-calorie snack: Smoothies Fruit smoothies can provide some of the antioxidants and body calcium needed throughout the day. A glass of …

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Low-calorie snacks (Part I)

Low-calorie snacks (Part I)

Low-calorie snacks: You may feel hungry during the day and between the main meals. The point to consider is to choose snacks that do not have a lot of calories, reduce hunger but do not gain weight. Low-calorie snacks: Ice cream You should be surprised to see ice cream in …

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Seven plants shampoo ( Hair loss control)

Seven plants shampoo Hair loss control No paraben, formaldehyde and minoxidil Compounds of constituent By examining the healing properties of plants, vera Aloe, Matricaria chamomilla, Camellia sinensis, Rosmarinus officinalis, Equistum arvense, Urtica dioica, Calendula officinalis. It has health benefits in preventing hair loss, strengthening hair onions and rejuvenating the hair, a …

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Herbal oils: (Effects on skin and hair) (Part II)

Herbal oils

Herbal oils: In the previous article, we reviewed the properties of some herbal oils used to improve skin and hair (Marula Oil, Tea tree oil, Argan oil, Chamomile oil, Coconut oil, Rose and Carrot Oil, Rosemary Oil and Olive oil and Avocado). In this article, we will continue to discuss this. Herbal oils: Jojoba oil Jojoba …

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Herbal oils (effects on skin and hair) (Part I)

Herbal oils

Herbal oils: nowadays, by identifying the harmfulness of chemicals, the tendency to use herbal compounds has increased. Herbal oils are one of the ingredients that have great effects on the health and beauty of skin and hair. Some important herbal oils used are: Herbal oils: Marula Oil This oil is …

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Skin changes during pregnancy (Part II)

Skin changes during pregnancy

Skin changes during pregnancy: In the previous article, we investigated some of the common skin changes during pregnancy. In this article, we are looking at the other groups of changes. Skin changes during pregnancy: Acne As we mentioned in the previous article, hormonal changes will increase the activity of the …

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Skin changes during pregnancy (First part)

Skin changes during pregnancy

Skin changes during pregnancy: How does skin change during pregnancy? Many pregnant women see changes in their skin during pregnancy. One of these changes can be seen in the form of stains or stretch markings in white or pink on the abdominal and chest areas. Of course, it should be …

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Number of items that make Psoriasis worse

Number of items that make Psoriasis worse Psoriasis Triggers Stress and certain medications, including beta blockers and NSAIDS (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs), can trigger psoriasis. Sunburns, scratches, and insect bites also tend to cause flare-ups .Many people find they experience flare-ups after enjoying certain foods, while certain foods seem to help …

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