Steroid acne is a kind of acne which occurs due to administration of corticosteroids in any modality. It can occur due to oral steroids, intravenous steroids, or topical steroid creams. It is characterized by a sudden onset of the rash in most cases.
There is scientific research to suggest a direct relationship between dairy consumption and breakouts. In particular, milk has been shown to have a stronger role in the contribution to acne when compared to cheese and yogurt.
Bakuchiol is a new, vegan retinol product on the market and has been talked about a lot over the past few years.
Is Chocolate Bad for your Skin? Read to discover the potential link between chocolate consumption and the development of acne.
In April 2017, a coffee called Black Insomnia became the most caffeinated coffee...
Stress is something most of us are familiar with and according to certain studies, one third of Americans are living with extreme stress. To add to that, nearly half of Americans believe that their stress has increased over the past five years. Unfortunately, as well as the overwhelming feeling that comes with stress, it is shown to cause skin rashes, hair loss, soft nails, acne and more. Stress can affect almost every aspect of our life but today we’re focussing on the effect on our skin.
Summer is one of the most eagerly awaited seasons. However, your skin may not love the summer as much as you do. And if you’re prone to acne, summer may well be the worst season of the year for you!
Rosacea is rashes and/or redness on the face, which is triggered by a variety of irritants: extreme temperatures, sunburn, stress, anxiety, medications, and diet. The disease is most common in middle-aged people and slightly more common in women than men.
There is a clear public health message out there telling us that smoking cigarettes is bad for your health and harms your skin. But is the same true about smoking marijuana? It’s a simple question. But cannabis is a very complex plant.
You have probably been mistaking these for blackheads! What are sebum plugs and should you squeeze them? Learn it all here.
Is CBD the answer to our skin problems? We discuss what CBD is exactly and whether it can actually help our skin at all.
During the summer, we can often get spots and pimples due to blocked up pores. In a way, this makes sense to us in that we’re hot, sweaty and it simply feels unavoidable. In the winter, we expect this to calm down but more often than not we’re confronted with a new wave of spots, pimples and red marks. Winter Acne: How does this happen? Can we do anything to avoid it?