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Skin Fungal Infections
Fungi thrive in moist areas of the body where skin surfaces meet: between the toes, in the genital area, and under the breasts. Fungi that infect the skin is called dermatophytes, they live mostly in the epidermis (topmost layer of the skin). read more
Allergic March
No, the term ‘allergic march’ is not an observance of allergy awareness held in March... read more
Essential Oils for Aging Skin
Essential oils are "essential" in the sense that it contains the "essence" of the plant... read more
Hang Nails and Fungal Infection
Fungal infection is one of the most common nail problems according... read more
It's a Green Play
Urban communities give lesser opportunities for kids to play outdoors.... read more
Skin Deep
Since Filipinos are more vulnerable to floods, it is no wonder that skin diseases are... read more
Skin Remedies, Naturally
Herbs, nuts, fruits, vegetables, and other natural substances can address common skin problems.... read more
Skin Sense
We always long for our skin to be as soft as a baby's.... read more
Summer Skin
Sunburns are the most common photosensitive reactions in kids.... read more
Sunflower Power
This long-stemmed flower goes way back in history and because of its striking appearance, it... read more
The Beautiful Ways of Clay
It has always been my Sunday ritual to pamper myself.... read more
Understanding Laser Hair Removal
How does laser destroy hair and not the surrounding skin? Are the effects permanent? Is... read more
Vitamin C for Smooth Skin
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a water-soluble vitamin that is essential in our daily lives.... read more
Vitamin “C”ollagen
Vitamin C, most commonly known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin and one of... read more
What causes dandruff?
Skin cells are produced continuously on the scalp, so flaking—the... read more
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