Cutting Off Skin Tags

Cutting off skin tags is a common method of removing the small benign growths. Consisting of small flaps of skin connected to the body by a short stem or stalk, skin tags may grow up to half an inch long. They can be found anywhere on the body but are most common under folds of … Read more

Getting Scabies Relief

If you’re looking for scabies relief, we’ve got the information you need. Scabies is a condition caused by tiny mites that burrow under the skin, causing severe itching that often gets worse at night. It’s important to try not to scratch, hard as it is to avoid, because scratching can spread scabies to other areas … Read more

Cherry Angioma Removal

Cherry angioma removal is usually not necessary, since these benign growths usually don’t cause any problems. They are not cancerous and are almost always very small, no bigger than a quarter of an inch in diameter. Much of the time, only one growth is present, although sometimes several occur (the condition is then sometimes referred … Read more

Freezing Skin Tags

Freezing skin tags off with liquid nitrogen, known as cryosurgery or cryotherapy, is a common method of removing skin tags. Cryosurgery is also used to remove warts and other benign (non-cancerous) skin growths. The procedure is usually performed in a doctor’s office. If you’re considering having a skin tag frozen off, or if you’re wondering … Read more

Foods To Eat For Rosacea

We’d like to talk about foods to eat for rosacea patients. As you may know, many foods can trigger rosacea symptoms or make symptoms worse in many people with the condition. Of course, you should avoid foods that make your symptoms worse, but then what do you eat? Especially when the list of possible trigger … Read more

Cimetidine Molluscum Treatment

We are sometimes contacted with questions about cimetidine molluscum treatment. Cimetidine is not a very commonly-prescribed molluscum contagiosum treatment, but sometimes doctors do recommend it. We’ll tell you about the pros and cons of using cimetidine to treat molluscum. We’ll also tell you about some of the alternatives. What is Cimetidine? Cimetidine is a drug, … Read more

Deep Plantar Wart Treatment

A deep plantar wart is simply a wart on the sole (plantar) of the foot that has grown inward. Because simple acts like standing and walking put pressure on a plantar wart, they often look flat, unlike warts on the hands or other parts of the body, which are usually bumpy. Because of the pressure … Read more

Essential Oils For Eczema

You can use many different essential oils for eczema. Choose oils that have a scent you like and consider combining two or more essential oils for a custom blend to meet your unique needs and preferences. You can buy essential oils at many natural food stores, or online at places like Make sure you’re getting … Read more

Herbal Remedy For Rosacea

You might be interested in a herbal remedy for rosacea because you’re concerned about the side effects of prescription medications. Perhaps you just feel natural remedies are healthier. Maybe you also want to save money and avoid paying for expensive prescription drugs if you can. Whatever your reasons for preferring herbal remedies, it’s important to … Read more

Dry Skin Soap -The Best Soap For Dry Skin

If you have dry skin soap is not your friend. You may have noticed how many kinds of soap, especially ordinary baths soaps, dry out your skin, making it itchy, red, flaky, and sometimes even painful. And yet, you want to maintain good hygiene, right? Sometimes you need to use soap. So what are you … Read more