Vitiligo: How to Get Rid of White Patches on Skin?

Vitiligo can be basically described as white patches on the skin. The skin condition causes the loss of skin color in blotches. The patches can appear on different parts of the body including arms, face, feet, hands, lips, and around the mouth and eyes. Despite the advancements made in the medical industry, experts have yet …

Foot Callus New Removal Tools

A callus is basically an area of thickened skin that develops as a response to repeated pressure, irritation, or friction. Calluses on the feet may be common, but that doesn´t make them any less irritating. The thick lesions usually develop under bony pressure points on the feet. In order to prevent the formation of calluses …

Women’s Genital Warts – Oops!

Genital warts, sometimes called venereal warts, are a form of sexually transmitted infection (STI) that commonly affects sexually active people under the age of 30. That said, some occurrences of warts have been recorded in older people as well. According to medical studies, women have a higher likelihood of developing genital warts over men. Here, …

Cherry Angioma: Red Dots on Skin

Campbell de Morgan, red moles, or cherry angioma is a type of angioma or non-cancerous skin growth that usually affects people over 30 years old. Medical studies have recorded very few cases of cherry angioma in people under 30. Your chances of getting cherry angioma increase with age, but what exactly are these red moles? …

Apricot Kernel Oil for Your Skin

The apricot kernel oil has been serving beauty and health for hundreds of years. It can still be found in modern cosmetic formulas, and it works just fine. Apricot kernel oil is obtained from the kernels (or seeds) of the Apricot tree fruit which is officially called Prunus armeniaca (meaning Armenian plum). Indeed, according to …

Korean Beauty Trends in 2019

Nowadays every woman and man has a feeling that Korean innovators produce something new before you even try their previous cosmetics. Self-excellence is about comfort, convenience and openness. While having ordinary meetings with a ‘family dermatologist’ is a standard in Seoul, travel, work, and public activity can act as a burden, so self-improvement has been …