Look Younger with Tips on How to Get Rid of Wrinkles on Forehead


how to get rid of wrinkles on foreheadSo I have a confession to make.

Recently, whilst looking at my reflection in the mirror, I made a disturbing discovery. Right there above my brow line and an half inch below my hairline was…a wrinkle!


I know what you’re thinking because I was thinking it too; I’m just too damn young for a wrinkle. Alas, it’s there and damned if I’m not keen to do something about it.  [Keep Reading]

Magic of Honey*Guest post from Aaron*

Okay guys, we’re not lying when we see that having smoother skin and a healthier scalp can be tough to achieve. And, with the market constantly flooded with new “miracle” products, it can a challenge to know what really works.

Let me assure you that this is not an advertisement for some celebrity-backed skincare product or a sales pitch for innovative vitamins. It’s actually an in-depth breakdown of the many uses of one product you already have in your kitchen and rarely use: honey. [Keep Reading]

Treating Hormonal AcneUgh, Acne.

Acne is one of the most frustrating skin issues we have to deal with. Now, we all know that certain behavior and habits can cause acne to be worse, but today we’re talking about a cause we truly have no control over; hormones.

That’s right, during puberty, pregnancy or even when we are highly stressed out, our hormones can wreak absolute havoc on our skin. So how can we make the most of a bad situation? [Keep Reading]

Your Skin After Weight Loss

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Skin After Weight Loss*Guest Post from Doreen*

Most of us are familiar with the benefits of weight loss, which can range from increased confidence to a lowered risk of ailments such as heart disease and diabetes. However, the effect of weight loss on skin is an issue that is rarely discussed.

Weight loss can have both positive and negative effects on your skin, and being aware of what you might go through when you lose weight can keep you prepared for the physical and psychological changes that await you…

Changes to your Skin

So, let’s have a look at some of these aspects and talk about the ‘skin reality’ when losing weight.

Breakouts and acne

When you first start to lose weight, your body undergoes huge changes. As fat tissue is broken down, extra doses of estrogen are released into your blood stream. Such significant hormonal changes can have a huge effect on your skin, causing breakouts and acne not unlike that experienced by teenagers.

Improved complexion

After your body has had some time to adjust to the initial changes, you will be able to reap the benefits of your weight loss. Your body’s insulin sensitivity will start to increase, and this will lower your average blood sugar level. Lower blood sugar levels bring many benefits, which include not only better overall health but also clearer complexion. Woo hoo!

Loose skin

Those who lose large amounts of weight in a short period of time often face the problem of loose and sagging skin. As body mass falls, skin that once covered a larger surface area starts to hang more loosely. This is usually observed in people who have undergone lap band surgery or gastric sleeve surgery, though there are such patients who do not suffer from loose skin. Many of the contestants on “biggest loser” type game shows exhibit loose skin after undergoing drastic weight loss.

How to deal with loose skin

Loose skin can be quite traumatic, especially for those for whom it occurs suddenly. While in extreme cases surgery might be the only way to effectively deal with loose skin, there are a number of methods that can help to prevent it.

Some supplements that can lessen a person’s chance of suffering from loose skin include gelatin caps and Vitamin C. Compression bandages can keep skin taut by shaping it through the power of compression.

Finally, reducing the speed at which weight is lost is the best way to help your skin to retain its elasticity.

While losing weight might work wonders for your health and your self-confidence, if you lose a significant amount of weight, you can expect your skin to undergo numerous changes.

Your skin will be taken through several stages, so being aware of what these stages are and what effects will be experienced at each will enable you to preempt and deal with the changes as/when they happen. You will then be able to combat the negative effects weight loss has on your skin as you enjoy the positive effects a healthy weight will have, not only on your skin but also on your health and your life in general!

About the Author

Doreen Brown enjoys blogging on various topics she is passionate about including health & beauty for her clients, including Dr. Ken Wong from Central Coast Weight Loss Surgery. In her spare time you can find her spending time with her two boys and secretly eating chocolate once they’re sound asleep in bed.
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Teens To Wear SunscreenIt’s been well established by now that I am quite the wiz online.

With all my perusing and prowling, it’s no wonder I stumble across so many awesome articles. In fact, just the other day I was getting my Google-on regarding all things skin care in 2014 and found a very interesting study on what motivates teens to wear sunscreen.

Now, I’m sure many of you awesome readers are well past your teen years – myself included – but I would bet that many of you will relate to the findings of this study. [Keep Reading]

10 Nutritional Foods for Beautiful Skin*Guest Post from Radha*

Do you want glowing, vibrant and younger-looking skin?

Instead of spending thousands on skin care products, include some healthy foods in your diet. The healthier the foods you consume, the better your skin will look.

Lack of skin-friendly nutrition can make the skin dry and pale. Certain foods contain powerful nutrients that keep the skin smooth and supple. Here are some amazing foods that we can choose to make our skin beautiful and glowing. [Keep Reading]

Alcohol for Skin

I’m a pretty healthy person. I wake up, work out 5 times a week, eat home-cooked, clean meals, and get a good nights sleep.

After all that impressive restraint, I like to indulge in a drink or two….or 5  on the weekends. Sometimes you just want to let loose and I don’t believe in denying myself that pleasure.

Now, there have been many an article raging on and on about how alcohol is linked to breakouts and bad skin health, so I figured I should look into it. I mean, if a facial made from red wine is good for your skin, how can drinking it be so much worse? [Keep Reading]

Look Your Best When Travelling*Guest Post from Katina*

Anyone who has ever traveled away from home for several days or weeks has felt a difference in their skin upon returning home. In most cases, its worse, not better.

Lack of sleep, long flights, different foods, excessive alcohol consumption and different climates all play a role in causing looks to wilt, rather than appear fresh and dewy.

Wilted travelers are easily spotted in airports. In fact, some look as if they’ve not given thought to soap and a washcloth in weeks, possibly months. [Keep Reading]

How to Get Rid of Under Eye BagsSome mornings you look in the mirror and your reflection is quite the scary sight. In fact, sometimes it’s so scary you wonder how anyone could wake up to it and love it.

I mean, let’s be real. Your hair is disheveled and oh my word; those bags! It looks like you didn’t get any sleep at all.

Now, how to get rid of under eye bags is an issue we’ve tackled before, but the ever savvy skin-oisseurs that we are, we’ve come up with a few new tips, trick and hacks that you can use. [Keep Reading]

Skin Care Routine Through the AgesYour skin changes quite a bit as you age. Besides the obvious – wrinkles, sagging, etc – there are several changes that take place at a more cellular level and affect your skins appearance. On top of that, the products you use have different results on your skin as you age. The products you use in your 20′s are likely not the ones you should be using in your 30′s, 40′s and beyond.

So where the heck am I going with all this? Well, I’m going to be giving you a few pointers to ensure you take the best care possible of your skin throughout the years. Part of that is identifying what you need to target with age. So let’s get into it. [Keep Reading]

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