Pimples and Bacteria Trilogy: Pt. 3 – Internal Bacteria

In addition to our skin, bacteria live in various other locations in our body as part of our normal flora. This includes the nose, mouth, stomach, intestines, rectum, and vaginal tract. These bacteria play an important role in keeping your body healthy. Digestion The digestive system is one area where the balance between “good bacteria” … More Pimples and Bacteria Trilogy: Pt. 3 – Internal Bacteria

How Falling Asleep Helps with Pimples, Dark Circles and Beauty

  When you’re asleep, your body isn’t simply in hibernation; it’s hard at work repairing damage. In the short term, signs of sleep deprivation include sunken eyes, dark circles, puffiness, and pale skin. However, the long-term cellular consequences are less obvious. Collagen growth, wound healing, skin hydration, and inflammation are affected by sleep. Having a … More How Falling Asleep Helps with Pimples, Dark Circles and Beauty

A for Effort: How Vitamin A Benefits Acne, Wrinkles and Collagen

Can Eating Mangos Make You Look Younger? Yes! It works like this: UV radiation damages skin by triggering the breakdown of dermal collagen and fibrillin (fiber in the skin that holds everything together – connective tissue). Clinical signs of photo-aging include fine lines and deep wrinkles, hyperpigmentation (sun spots), roughness, spider veins, and sallowness. Vitamin … More A for Effort: How Vitamin A Benefits Acne, Wrinkles and Collagen

Sunshine or Popping Pills? Which One Gives You the Most Vitamin D

  For most of us, the sun is the primary means of getting our daily required dose of Vitamin D3. Exactly how much sun we need to produce enough vitamin D depends on many factors. The vitamin D that we obtain from our diet is initially inactive; it must travel through our circulatory system to … More Sunshine or Popping Pills? Which One Gives You the Most Vitamin D