Body care

Red spots and acne scars: how to get rid of them

Nothing is more annoying than the red spots that you are left with after pimples. How do you prevent these spots and get rid of them as soon as possible? And what can you do about real scars? Read more...

Get rid of those small red bumps on your body! (keratosis pilaris)

Do you have patches of small red bumps on your upper arms, back or thighs? Do they look and feel like goose bumps? Do you occasionally suffer from itching in these areas? Then your skin is probably prone to keratosis pilaris. Fortunately, there are various ways to treat them. Read more...

How to apply self-tanner without streaks

People often look more radiant and healthy with a tan. While a tanned complexion may look stunning, UV rays can be harmful for your skin. A self-tanner is a great solution, allowing your skin to glow while concealing small imperfections and even making cellulite less visible. Read more...

Cellulite: What works and what doesn't

Regrettably, most of us (women that is) have it to one degree or another. According to statistics, and this is really shocking, cellulite shows up on the thighs of more than 85% of females past the age of eighteen regardless of ancestry, although it is more common for Caucasian and Asian women. To make matters worse, for women, cellulite represents stored, hard to metabolise fat that is interdependent on estrogen. Ironically, weight isn’t part of the problem. Rather, any amount of fat (and we all need some of it in our bodies) can show up as cellulite on women’s thighs. Read more...

Is It Possible to Get Rid of Stretch Marks?

Stretch marks are one of the most frustrating skin care concerns, especially as so many deal with them at some point! It's estimated that 90% of women who are or have been pregnant, 70% of adolescent females, and 40% of adolescent males have stretch marks. There does not seem to be any link to ethnicity: all races can be affected. As it is a widely afflicting condition, there is no shortage of demand for products to treat them—but what really works? Read more...