Beauty: questions and answers

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1. Is there anything that can be done against cellulite?


No woman wants to look like a skin orange peel. Unfortunately, a type of fat is present on the buttocks, hips and thighs of certain persons. Exercise and remove excess fat can help. Many experts doubt the effect of cellulite creams, but it seems that those containing caffeine may provide short-term relief. There are currently cosmetic procedures that can solve this problem.


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1. Is there anything that can be done against cellulite?
2. Why my cheeks turn red so often?
3. I’m not too young to have white hair?
4. Do I have pimples on buttocks?
5. How did stretch marks appeared on my body?
6. Why are my teeth so dark-colored?
7. Why are my nails so fragile and brittle?
8. Why do I sweat so much?
9. Help, my hair falls!
10. How can chapped lips be treated?
11. Why do I have broken fine blood vessels?
12. Why do I have unsightly hair in certain parts of the body?
13. Why my neck skin ages so fast?


2. Why my cheeks turn red so often?

In most of the people the cheeks turn red occasionally, when they are embarrassed or shy. If, however, red spots randomly occur on cheeks, forehead or chin, acne rosacea can be one of the causes. This chronic skin condition can be treated with creams or pills. Frequent flushing, accompanied by pounding heartbeat at different times, when a person socializes, may be a sign of social anxiety.


3. I’m not too young to have white hair?

If a person has not yet reached the age of 40 years but his hair is white, then this it means that he turned gray prematurely. In some cases, it may be a sign of a thyroid condition or a problem in the pigment of the hair. Most often, the culprit is genetics. However, if your hair turned gray prematurely, this does not mean that the body ages faster.


4. Do I have pimples on buttocks?

No. White or red bumps on the buttocks, are most likely specific manifestations of the condition called keratosis pilaris. This is a harmless skin condition whose symptoms can occur on the back, cheeks, upper arms and thighs. The condition can last for years, but tends to disappear gradually after the age of 30. Until then, intensive hydration can be helpful for prevention.


5. How did stretch marks appeared on my body?

If the skin stretches during pregnancy, due to increased or extreme weight loss, scars can form on the skin. Stretch marks are often colored purple or violet, but after some time will change their color into pearly white. These occur on the abdomen, thighs, hips, breasts and lower back. Stretch marks can be reduced by chemical peels or laser surgery. Lotions and creams offer usually too little benefit.


6. Why are my teeth so dark-colored?

When a person drinks coffee, tea, juice or dark red wine teeth can change their color. Smoking and some drugs can have the same effect. The first step to whiten teeth is to brush and floss regularly to remove substances that have stained on them. Teeth whitening can be done in various ways, ranging from no-prescription products to whitening gels used in the dental office.


7. Why are my nails so fragile and brittle?

If hands are frequently exposed to water and soap, nails may break, become brittle and breakable. Using a hand moisturizer or a moisture protection can be some useful solutions. If the nails are yellow or white and break, the fault may be a fungal infection. To cure infection requires treatment recommended by a doctor.


8. Why do I sweat so much?

The purpose of sweating is to decrease body temperature. If a person tends to sweat when not needed, for example when sitting relaxed in a cool room, he may suffer from hyperhidrosis. This condition can cause excessive, annoying but harmless sweating, in the arms, hands and feet. In more severe cases, your doctor may prescribe pills or even Botox.


9. Help, my hair falls!

Hair loss in women is more common than people think. By age of 40, 40% of women hair is thinning considerably. The most common causes are hormonal or thyroid problems, pregnancy, certain medications and hormonal imbalances. If hair loss is severe, it can be treated with solutions and medication to stimulate hair or will treat hormonal problems.


10. How can chapped lips be treated?

When a person’s lips are exposed to cold air, they will dehydrate and will appear small cracks on their surface. This can make lips more sensitive and unsightly. To improve this damage, avoid wetting the lips, which contributes to their dehydration. Instead, you can use a lip balm that contains Vaseline, castor oil or Shea butter. This will provide needed moisture and protect lips from weather conditions. Indicated would be that this product to have an SPF of at least 15. Harmful rays of the sun can dry lips a lot.


11. Why do I have broken fine blood vessels?

Women who spend a lot of time standing are more likely to develop spider veins. Obesity, pregnancy and generic inheritance increases the risk for this condition. Broken fine blood vessels don not require any treatment, but some women prefer to remove them for aesthetic reasons. The most effective procedure involves injecting the veins with a saline or chemical to make them disappear gradually.


12. Why do I have unsightly hair in certain parts of the body?

It’s no secret that some girls and women‘s hair grows excessively between the eyebrows, along the lips or under the chin. Occasionally this may be a sign of medical conditions such as polycystic ovarian syndrome. Most often it’s just genetics. Plucking and waxing it regularly or using depilatory cream are short-term solutions; electrolysis and laser hair removal are long term solutions.


13. Why my neck skin ages so fast?

If a person has lost a lot of weight, his excess skin around the neck tend to be ugly. If the neck muscles developed, it may appear circles around it. Anyway, neck skin can look older than the face skin. Botox injections can fix it. For a more dramatic change, lifting would be an option.

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