What are the different types of sunscreen? Sunscreens can be split broadly into two types: physical/ mineral sunscreens, and organic/ chemical sunscreens. Organic sunscreens work by a chemical reaction, converting ultraviolet energy into heat, which is then released from the body. Physical or mineral sunscreens work by reflection and scattering. Recently, it’s also been found that….
Acne and rosacea are well-known terms and both are disorders of epidermal appendages (skin-associated structures that serve a particular function) such as hair follicles, sebaceous glands and sweat glands. Identifying acne Acne tends to appear over face, back, chest and shoulders. Typical features of acne include papules, pustules, nodules, cysts and redness. These can be common….
It is summer and everyone goes looking for that sunscreen lotion, don’t we? Because the sun is shining again? But we actually do this all wrong. The sun shines much more often than just in the summer months. And why do we need to use sunscreen? We have 5 interesting facts you didn’t know about….
Couperose is a innocent skin condition caused by the weakening of the blood vessels. Most of them are visible on your cheeks and nose. But what can you do about it? And what does it actually mean? What is couperose? Stuffed red or blue blood vessels in the face and an itchy or burning skin?….