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Oily Skin

What is the T-Zone?

We often hear about the "t-zone" when discussing skin care. What is the "t-zone" and why is it important?...(more)

Best-selling Acne Treatment Products for Oily Skin

If you have oily skin, you are likely plagued with acne as well. Excess oils build up on your skin and clog your pores, which causes breakouts. These are some of the best acne fighting products on the market....(more)

Oily Skin, Acne, and Counteracting It

Millions of people all over the world are afflicted with acne. It is more common amongst adolescents, but adults have it too. There is no concrete cause of acne, however there are certain things known to aggravate acne. One of these things is oily skin. Oily skin clogs the pores with sebum and dirt, which causes pimples because the skin tries to prevent an infection by the dirt. However, oily skin can be managed. Read below to see how you can manage your oily skin to prevent breakouts....(more)

Apply Oily Skin Masks for Clear Skin

Oily skin can be the bane of the existence for many women. Oily skin is more prone to breakouts, which can be a major source of discontent for skincare. Oil can also show through makeup, ruining the application of cosmetic products. Many oil control products are available on the market and some of the best of them are oily skin mask products. Trying some of these oily skin masks can help to decrease oil production and provide some control over your face again....(more)

Home Remedies

Brazilian Espresso Scrub Soap with Coffee Butter and Vanilla Review

You may not even realize the importance of a good quality soap. Natural handmade soaps, such as Brazilian Espresso Scrub Soap with Coffee Butter and Vanilla, are of a much higher quality than most of the mass-produced soaps available today. Made only in small batches, this soap contain cleansing, soothing, and moisturizing natural ingredients that make your skin smooth, soft, and clean. Natural soaps do no not contain artificial fragrances, colors or any other substances that might, in fact, harm your skin. The vast array of natural soaps does not make it simple for you to choose one or another, but there are some indications that a certain type of soap may be the right one for you....(more)

Home Remedies for Managing Cradle Cap in Babies

Cradle cap is a greasy, flaky yellow form of dermatitis found atop the heads of babies. Generally cradle cap develops between birth and three months of age. The condition is generally painless and extremely common. The biggest issue with cradle cap is that it can be unsightly. Although many theories exist, the root cause of cradle cap is not entirely understood. With such a common condition stemming from an unknown cause, many home remedies have developed over the years....(more)

A Review of the CND Shellac Nail Polish System

Fake nails can be a costly hassle, but store-bought nail polish doesn't promise the durability of its salon-based brethren. CND Nail Polish is the best of both worlds. It is an acrylic gel polish that is more enduring than the average nail polish, but not quite as harsh as acrylic or gel nails. For ladies looking for a chip-resistant, salon-quality polish, this may be the system for you....(more)

Combination Skin

Bioelements Professional Skin Care Line Review

Bioelements is a skin care line that aims to treat individual skin care needs through science, natural ingredients, and the extensive experience of a licensed esthetician. The brand helps you identify your individual skin type and then customizes skin care regimens designed to best suit your needs. Products are available for all skin types, but they are especially helpful for those afflicted with combination skin. This line of products is not cheap, but it has been known to have long lasting results....(more)

What Is Combination Skin?

The personal hygiene products you use need to be formulated for your particular skin type. Most products are available in formulations to match specific skin types. The standard classifications of skin types are dry, normal and oily. However, if you have combination skin, it requires some modification in the products you select to use to care for your skin....(more)

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Dr. Matthew Miller

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Dr. Matthew L. Miller is a board-certified dermatologist and an active member of the American Academy of Dermatology since 1996. Before founding Greenville Dermatology in Greenville, SC in 2001, he served in the United States Navy as a dermatologist stationed overseas. As the only dermatologist for the Navy in Okinawa... Read More

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