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Taking Care of Sunburns

Posted by Nancy Ray on
Sunburn results in skin redness (erythema) that develops during exposure to the sun and increases one hour following exposure peaking 24 to 48 hours after exposure.  The degree of sunburn is affected by many environmental factors including heat, wind, and humidity, and sunburned individuals can experience symptoms that range from mild redness to painful erythema with swelling (edema) and blistering.  Individuals who are severely sunburned can also experience systemic reactions including...

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Decreasing Eczema to Reduce Pollen Allergies and Asthma

Posted by Nancy Ray on
Eczema or atopic dermatitis is a common inflammatory skin condition that can result in serious itching (pruritus), lack of sleep, embarrassment and psychological stress. The lifetime prevalence of eczema has increased worldwide for the past 30 years...

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Keeping Skin Healthy

Posted by Nancy Ray on

Even though many holiday activities have been keeping everyone very busy, it’s important to remember how vital skin health really is. It’s getting colder, and we’re all bundling up to keep warm. As the saying goes, out of sight out of mind. When you don’t look at skin as often, it’s easy to forget that skin requires special care. Skin needs proper nourishment, hydration, and protection. As the outermost barrier defense for the body, skin is constantly exposed to irritants including harsh chemicals and pollution, as well as damaging detergents and dehydrating sanitizers. Nourishment including antioxidants, amino acids, and vitamins...

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