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Home Treatments for Spider Veins

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Varicose veins and telangiectasia (spider veins) are the visible signs of an underlying venous insufficiency problem, where venous blood escapes from the normal flow of blood into an already congested leg. Spider Veins are a mild form of venous insufficiency, which are cosmetically unappealing, but generally not dangerous or health …

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Psoriasis Lotions and Creams

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Psoriasis is a skin condition which creates a thick build up of extra skin on the surface of the body. These thick skin patches are referred to as psoriasis plaques, and they often develop on the scalp, knees and elbows. Some psoriasis sufferers however, get the scaley psoriasis skin plaques …

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How to Treat Your Feet When Traveling

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They say getting there is half the fun. But if you anticipate long hours on the road, on the tracks or in the air, getting there can be the worst part of your trip. Chalk it up to tight transportation quarters or cramped positions. In fact, inactivity and sitting in …

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Easy steps to a dazzling Hollywood smile

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What is it that Cameron Diaz, Halle Berry and Britney Spears all have in common ? Well, a truly dazzling smile, for one thing. An attractive smile communicates warmth, humour, openness, friendliness and self-confidence. For those of us whose smile is maybe not quite so perfect, here are some suggestions …

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Plastic Surgery in Mexico

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Who in their right mind would go to Mexico for plastic surgery? After all, isn’t it a third world country? Mexico is not exactly a first world country, but, at least in its metropolitan areas,  it is far from a third world country. It is also home to a fine …

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Facial Lines and Wrinkles

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Lines and furrows and wrinkles – clinically called rhytides – are typical of an ageing skin and are attributed to the irregular thickening of the dermis coupled with the decrease in the amount of water held by the epidermis. Genetic tendency, skin phototype, exposure to environmental conditions and lifestyle choices …

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