Posted on December 27, 2012 with No Comments
What Are Toenail Fungus Symptoms?
There are several different types of fungus that can affect toenails and the symptoms of each vary. However, most any visible change to the color or consistency of a toenail, if it hasn’t been injured in any way, is likely the beginnings of a fungus infection. If left untreated, the toenail will undergo radical changes that are nearly impossible to miss.
A toenail fungus infection usually begins with a small spot of discoloration of the toenail. This is a result of the fungus growing under the toenail and attaching itself to the underside of it. [...] Continue Reading…
Posted on December 13, 2012 with No Comments
It seems a bit ironic or off-topic to discuss breast enhancement while many of us are still pulling out our winter clothes. And while colder, frigid weather is starting to come down on us, spring and summer will be here before you know it and coats, jeans and sweaters will make way for low-neck dresses, blouses and bathing suits.
For most folks breast enhancement can have two meanings – one, breast enlargement, or two, just making them look prettier, softer, firmer or more shapely.
For enlargement, per se, augmentation via surgery is really about your only option. While some products – [...] Continue Reading…
Posted on December 3, 2012 with No Comments
Fungus on toenails can be anything from a mild embarrassment to a condition resulting in pain and disfigurement. The symptoms of toenail fungus present themselves in various ways, according to the type and the degree of infection. Some people with toenail fungus experience only a mild thickening or yellowing of the nail, while others may find their toenails crumbling, leaving the nail bed unprotected. There are several types that infect toenails, but the causes of the different types of toenail fungus are similar.
Moisture in Socks, Shoes, and the Environment
One common cause of toenail fungus is excessive moisture. Fungi grow [...] Continue Reading…
Posted on November 28, 2012 with No Comments
Dermatitis or eczema is a skin condition that causes inflammation and reddening which is often associated with an itchy rash. The most common type of eczema is atopic dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis usually affects children and is also associated with conditions such as asthma and hay fever. Zinc plays some crucial roles in the body which can help in treating this condition.
Biological Functions Of Zinc
Zinc can help the body fight dermatitis as it is an essential trace element that is found in nearly 100 specific enzymes. Zinc helps maintain a healthy skin as it is involved in the function of [...] Continue Reading…
Posted on October 31, 2012 with No Comments
Enlarged pores are a haven for trapping dirt, oil and bacteria that lead to infection, acne, blackheads and whiteheads. Visible, oversized pores can be distracting, catch makeup and skin products, can clog, and leave your complexion looking rough and rutty.
Smaller Size, Fewer Problems!
A pore minimizer is designed to do just what the name implies, minimize or
Pore Minimizer Cream
reduce the size of enlarged pores to smooth the complexion and inhibit clogging and trapping of contaminants.
As we all know, the surface of the skin is comprised of connected cells. Among these cells are pore openings for glands and [...] Continue Reading…