Hair Loss: Are You A Victim?

Although nobody would bat an eyelid if they saw a man without any hair, it’s a different story for women. Female hair loss is often associated with there being something seriously wrong, like cancer. But in reality, hair loss is a reality for women too, even if it doesn’t affect as large a proportion of the population.

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It’s normal to lose about 50 to 100 strands of hair every day. Your hair is preprogrammed to fall out at regular intervals when the follicles fall dormant, and then reactivate once again after a few months. However, this process can be interrupted for a variety of factors, and you can actually end up losing more hair than is growing back naturally. When this happens, the hair starts thinning and can cause psychological distress. (Science has shown that hair is critical for our wellbeing).

The good news is that there are a variety of products and tips you can use to combat hair loss. Here are some ideas.

Massage Your Scalp

Massages are underrated in general. But scalp massages are particularly sidelined. Massaging your scalp while you’re in the shower is an excellent way to stimulate hair follicle growth while also helping you relax, by activating the follicles themselves with a combination of pressure and warmth. Next time you’re in the shower, move your fingers in circular motions across your whole head, reducing tension and helping nutrients circulate.

Target Hair Regrowth Using Products

Thinning hair is a big concern for a lot of women. As a result, many cosmetic companies have launched their own hair regrowth formulas which they claim can work wonders. These include special shampoos, essential oils and other products designed to get hair to grow back. Many of these products focus on eliminating bacteria, believed to contribute to hair breakage and loss.

Consider Micropigmentation

A recent article on Zwivel argued that micro pigmentation might be a great alternative for some people to hair transplants or wigs. It works by tattooing the scalp, giving the appearance of the presence of hair when there is none. Micropigmentation is also likely to be significantly cheaper than traditional transplant methods, and possibly less invasive.

Avoid Harmful Chemicals

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Could your hair loss be caused by exposure to harmful chemicals? It’s possible. It turns out that some of the chemical processing treatments available in salons are damaging to certain types of hair, especially if used too often. Doing anything to your hair using chemicals, such as bleaching, lightening and straightening, can all potentially cause damage leading to hair loss. If you notice that the rate of hair loss speeds up after visiting the salon, stay away for a while and see whether the problem improves or not. Also, try using deep conditioning a few times a month to see whether that helps the hair to recover.

Avoid Styles That Pull The Hair Back

The stress caused by styles that pull the hair back, like ponytails, can result in it falling out. If you have to have your hair pulled back for work, avoid pulling back too tight, using clips if needed.

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Top Advice for Those with a Beauty Injury: How to Make a Proper Claim for Compensation  

 

Although there are now many beauty treatments we can all benefit from, including such simple treatments as haircuts, waxing, facials, and so on, there is an alarming rise in the rate of injuries associated with such beauty treatments. The reason for this is simple: the beauty industry is still not properly regulated, and was, in fact, de-regulated a few years ago. This basically means that anyone with little training or skill can perform a beauty treatment, which may result in harm to the person receiving the treatment. If you have been a victim of a beauty treatment gone wrong, here’s what you should know about how to make a proper claim for compensation.

First, a look at some common beauty treatment injuries and complaints:

  • Damaged, brittle, or hair falling out
  • Burns from laser hair removal, waxing, or bleaching
  • Allergic responses or reactions to the improper use of or exposure to chemicals
  • Damage to the scalp due to the use of faulty equipment or hair products
  • Injuries or damage to the eye due to eyebrow or eyelash treatments, such as tattooing or dyeing
  • Injuries from tanning

There are other injuries related to beauty treatments, such as temporary or permanent scarring and even disfiguration, and, more often than not, beauty treatment injuries come with emotional and psychological effects as well.

A beauty injury is a personal injury

What you should know is that a beauty injury is classified as a personal injury, and, as such, you can be compensated for it. Most people assume that personal injuries are those associated with car accidents, falls and slips, and so on, but injuries due to beauty treatments fall under personal injury claims as well. For instance, if you went through a beauty treatment such as hair dyeing and were not given a patch test prior to the procedure, you may be able to claim compensation due to the technician’s or beautician’s negligence. Another misconception with beauty injury claims is that they are only about money or financial gains or returns. Some beauty treatment injuries can have very debilitating effects, and for these, the only way to move on and get funding for long-term treatment is to make a claim for compensation. Some individuals who suffer from permanent disfigurement or scarring have every right to claim compensation if it affects their quality of life.

Making a claim

If you would like to make a claim for a beauty injury, you have three years from your awareness of the injury to do so. To make a claim, you need proof, such as photographs, and you need other details such as the name of the salon or centre, the address, medical records, receipts, and other important evidence related to the injury.

 

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Winter Fashion and Beauty Trends

Despite our natural instinct to hibernate, once you get over the biting cold and long, dark nights there’s actually something pretty romantic about winter, and fashion and beauty trends to go with it. Here are our ten top ideas to keep you looking great until spring:

  1. Wavy hairstyles: during winter you need a hairstyle that gives movement to your locks and adds a bit of fun to your darker winter looks. Wavy hairstyles are the way to go, especially if you love covering your head with woolly hats! Think casual and elegant wavy hairstyles, long and short, perfect for those misty days when your hair fights against all the straighteners in the world.
  2. Knitwear: as the common refrain goes ‘Knitwear? More like fitwear.’ Everyone looks good in a bit of knit. This endlessly flattering choice is perfect for cold, blustery days.
  3. Woolly socks: and if we’re on the subject of woollies let’s not forget the simple joy in a luxurious pair of warm socks. Use interesting colours to brighten up your look and wear them pulled up above your boots.
  4. Leather boots: yep, of course, winter requires some sturdy, but beautiful footwear and this season it’s all about leather. Look for buckles and other detailing to get a pair that suits your look.
  5. Belts over coats: this is a recurring trend and one particularly big this year. Use a wide belt worn high around the waist to give you that classic hour-glass figure.
  6. Half-gloves: hands get chilly too so make sure to wrap up warm with a good pair of gloves this season. The trend at the moment is for those which cover up to your knuckles, but leave fingers free for using phones and holding hands.
  7. Thigh length coats: if nothing else, make sure to get a good coat this winter. It’s the one piece that will be most influential to your look. Coats that reach to mid-thigh are particularly on-trend.
  8. Temporary tattoos: usually winter is about covering up, but there will be times when you find somewhere warm and can finally remove all those layers. Why not surprise everyone when you do so with a cute temporary tattoo. There are lots of great options now designed by illustrators and fashionistas that can update your look in minutes.
  9. Braids: if you’re not one for wavy hairstyles and prefer to keep your hair away from your face, long hair can be kept off during winter with braids. Simple, beautiful and leaving you more time for laying on all those extra clothes.
  10. Treat yourself: Winter can be tough with lots of frosty weather and long, dark evenings. The greatest fashion accessory is a cheery attitude so if you need a little TLC during these months don’t hesitate to pamper yourself at a good beauty salon.

Stay warm, stay happy and look great this winter. Follow our tips and there’ll be no need to hibernate for the rest of the season!

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Rewind The Years With These Anti Aging Skincare Tips

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Age is a privilege denied to many, and should be something we truly embrace and feel thankful for. However, as we age and we feel as though our looks are beginning to fade, it can be a difficult time. Not only do the lines on our face serve as a reminder of our own mortality, and can cause us to feel less attractive. The way we feel about our appearance can have a huge impact on our confidence, and so is more important than what’s on the surface.

Start Early

You can start an anti-aging skin care routine as early as your twenties. In fact, as soon as you have passed puberty and have stopped growing, you begin aging. Starting a routine where you’re applying moisturizer morning and evening, an eye cream and a good skin oil will keep your skin hydrated and prevent it from damage. Treat yourself to a pampering face mask or even a facial at a beauty salon every now and again too. Starting young will slow the signs of aging, and you will keep good skin as you mature. If it’s too late for this, start as soon as you can. If you already have some signs of aging, you will need products containing retinol, hydroxy acids, peptide, co-enzyme Q10 and other stronger ingredients. These will help to blur fine lines and target the other signs of aging which can contribute to your complexion not looking as good as it once did.

Avoid Damage

Anything that damages your skin is bad both in the short and long term. Exfoliating too hard can burst capillaries and also leave the skin raw and prone to further damage and aging, Spending too much time in the sun without the right SPF protection can leave to sun damage and even cancer. Pollution, air conditioning, and heating can cause your complexion to look dull, dry and again contribute to the signs of aging. The key is to be careful with your skin, treat it gently. When you’re washing it, don’t leave it raw or use tugging motions which can cause damage. Use gentle but effective cleansers to remove traces of pore clogging oil and pollution at the end of each day.

Consider Botox

Not only does Botox blur and smooth existing lines making you look younger, but it can also work as a preventative measure against new ones forming too. As the nerve signal is blocked, the face is unable to continue making the expressions that are causing the lines. For this reason, it can be useful to go in and have it done earlier than you think. If you wait for too long, you miss out of the preventative measures of it.

Pamper Yourself

Booking into a spa every now and again is a great way to treat yourself. A facial will fully cleanse, exfoliate and moisturize the skin leaving it completely rejuvenated. A salon will also be able to diagnose your skin type and recommend the right products too. If you’re feeling like you need some relaxing down time, this is an excellent way to go about it. Skin cells regenerate roughly each month, but you could have facials done every few months or even just once a year if you wanted.

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Bra Tips. Are You Wearing It Well?

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Underwires that dig into your side, push up bras that give you an unsightly overhang and straps that seem to endlessly fall off your shoulders. Is it the best feeling of the day when you get to take off your bra and throw it at the wall?

Being comfortable in your underwear shouldn’t be this hard, right? If you want to change your relationship with your lingerie then read this handy guide for wearing it well.

The Most Important Element. Size.

You are a 36D or a 34DD? Getting your bra size wrong is terrible for comfort but also for your health. Without the correct support added strain is put on your back. Repeat the cycle every day and you could do lasting damage when you hit later life.

High Street department stores offer a really great solution to finding out your size. Don’t go just before or during menstration. Get measured when you are mid cycle and your breasts aren’t at their fullest.

If you prefer to measure your own then here is a useful guide for self fitting Make sure you have a tape measure and a pen and paper ready to make a note of your size. To really ensure you have the correct cup size though heading out for a professional fitter is best. The wrong cup size is the most common reason for underwire dig just below your armpit.

Style is Everything

Once you have the correct size you can head out and buy that gorgeous set you saw online right? Wrong. The style of your bra is just as important to comfort as the size. Petite firm breasts will suit almost every style going but if you have a fuller, less firm pair then you will need to think twice before grabbing that ultimate plunge bra.

Get into a shop and play with the various cup shapes. One of the most wearable and flattering styles on the market today is the half cup bra, or balconette. Collections such as Aubade give maximum support but real feminitiy. They are an excellent shape for both day and evening giving you confidence without worrying about the unsightly overhang.

Material Matters

If you want to impress in the bedroom you can go wild. There are even bras made out of feathers and leather! Have a look at our bedroom inspiration to make you feel good in the bedroom too!

Lace, Satin or Tshirt material. There are so many different materials on the market. A really good everyday bra should not interfere with your other clothing. Whilst satin may feel really luxurious It isn’t the best choice to wear under lycra or satin itself, as there is no purchase. Also there is potential to snag. Lace is a textured material so if you are wearing a tight fitting top the pattern of your bra will be on show for all to see. T Shirt material or cotton are best for comfort and fitting under your clothing without any dramatic, unwanted shows.

Getting your underwear right is not an area of your clothing that you should leave to chance. You don’t have to spend a fortune to get it right. Find the right size, shape and material and you won’t even notice it’s there. Unless you want to that is!

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New Year, New You … This Time We Mean It

New Year, New You … or at least that’s how the saying goes. Most resolutions roll away quicker than Big Ben can chime to 12. However, there are a few which are realistic and can be stuck to for the rest of 2017 and beyond.

Drink More

If your one resolution was to drink less alcohol, then have no fear – this will probably help you in the long run. According to recent research, as a nation we don’t drink enough water, leaving our bodies to go into dehydration and having to make up for the lack of H2O from other sources, such as food. We all know that it cleanses our body, makes us feel more energised and is generally good for us, so why don’t we do it more? Make it habit to have at least three glasses a day. Your body will thank you.

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Love Your Skin

Invest in some good quality skincare products and you will reap the rewards. Routines involving moisturisers, toners, cleansers and body butters are becoming increasingly normalised, and more people are cottoning on to the trend – a snoop around Natural Skincare’s website should point you in the right direction if you’re not there already. It’s not just about keeping your skin youthful-looking, it’s about keeping it healthy; it battles with some pretty tough stuff on a daily basis, give it some love!

Keep In Touch

Despite us having the means to get in contact with whoever we wish nowadays, a lot of us don’t utilise it enough. We are becoming a generation of recluses insomuch as we prefer to watch other peoples’ lives through a screen than be there in the moment enjoying it. When was the last time you went out with an old friend? Have you seen your group of pals lately? Make plans and start sticking to them; it’s a lot better than sitting in by yourself, and studies show social media is actually making us more depressed. What more reason do you need to put down your phone (after using it to make plans, of course…)

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Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone

Now, this one is pretty scary and one that won’t come easily. Stick with it. By getting out of your comfort zone, you are essentially opening yourself up for trying new things. It doesn’t have to be something as radical as jumping out of a plane at 12,000ft or slamming a resignation letter in front of your boss before heading out into the big wide world (in fact, don’t burn your bridges at all) – it can be something as small as going out and grabbing a coffee by yourself, or catching a train to somewhere completely new. It can be as grand or minute a gesture as you wish, and that’s the fabulous thing about it all – you are in complete control of whatever you do.

So what are you waiting for? Go and clean your skin, down a glass of water, grab a friend and be off on your next adventure…

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Top Tips for Autumn Frizz

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The arrival of autumn brings a whole new set of challenges for hair care, with frizz being the most common. When even the tiniest drop of rain can completely ruin your carefully straightened tresses, now is the time to adjust your haircare routine to keep your frizzy hair under control…

According to L’Oreal frizzy hair is a top beauty complaint for 30 per cent of women. Whilst there are some unavoidable causes like autumn drizzle, frizz prevention truly begins with you. There are a number of tricks for minimising frizz, as well as some products to help your hair stay as smooth as possible…

Build up resistance to heat

Frizz is mostly caused by a lack of moisture in your hair, therefore, if you continue to use a straightener or a high heat blow dryer every single morning, your hair will dry out even more, contributing to a frizzy mess.

Shampoo Truth recommends to dry your hair naturally, at least once a week, to build up resistance to heat. Even though the style may not be up to your usual standard, it will give your hair a rest from those thermal tools! It is also a great opportunity to experiment with hairstyles like braids and buns, for a relaxed weekend look!

When you do use heat, be sure to prep your hair with a protective leave-in conditioner to provide a barrier between the hair strand and the heat of dryers and irons. When you do use a straightener, dial down the heat and don’t hold it in one place for too long. Be kinder to your hair!

Choose the right brush

If you use a brush to straighten your frizzy hair while blow drying, use a natural boar-bristle brush like this one here. It will help carry your scalp’s natural oil down to the ends, keeping your hair hydrated and helping to block out humidity. This is very important as metal brushes with often uneven, jagged bristles can cause dry hair to tear.

As we are on the subject of brushing, remember to never brush your hair when it’s wet, as it is prone to being torn or broken with the bristles of the brush. Use a wide tooth comb instead and always use a leave-in conditioner or detangler to help smooth the way.

Choose the right shampoo

Anti-frizz shampoos are the best way to beat unruly hair. Look for one with glycerin in the ingredient list since it helps combat frizz by hydrating it from the inside out. It also creates a protective coating over the outside of the hair shaft so it doesn’t break.

To ensure you can see the full effects of your anti-frizz treatment, pick a few different shampoos and change them every now and then. Your body easily adapts to different ingredients, resulting in the loss of their effectiveness. A combination of different shampoos and different conditioners can be rotated with great success, for super soft and controllable hair!

Don’t forget to moisturise 

Maintaining your hair’s natural moisture is the key to smooth and frizz-free hair. If you don’t give it the hydration it needs, your frizzy hair will get its moisture from somewhere else, like autumn drizzle and humidity in the air.

Look for a moisturiser that contains hydrating ingredients, such as shea butter and strengthening silk proteins. This will fill any holes in your hair shaft that absorb outside moisture, transforming your hair into silky smooth locks.

If you are looking to save money, try some homemade moisturisers including olive oil. Rich in healthy fats and vitamin E, it will leave you with deeply hydrated hair, healing split ends at the same time. This olive oil hair remedy mask will keep your cuticles smooth and healthy. If used regularly, it will leave your hair much stronger and healthier, preventing it from becoming too frizzy.

Remember that you are not the only one and many women struggle with frizzy hair. To keep your frizzy hair manageable, the key is to understand what causes it and keep up a hair care regime…

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Cut-Price Cosmetic Beauty Treatments: Is It Worth the Risk?

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Today it is easier than ever to get beauty treatments at a bargain price. Whether you want to improve your hair or get some minor wrinkles fixed, you can do it quickly and easily and often at a cheap price. But what is the risk in choosing cut-price beauty treatments? As more and more practitioners set up shop, and do not have to have formal qualifications or health and safety training, the risk increases that customers are injured by beauty treatments designed to make them look better. Here’s what you need to know about the dangers of cosmetic beauty treatments and what you can do legally if something goes wrong.

Common Beauty Treatment Complaints

Beauty clinics, hair salons, and individual beauticians all offer services as diverse as hair removal, hairdressing, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion. When these procedures are correctly administered there are normally no problems and the customer leaves the beauty salon happy with the work done. But in some cases people suffer burns, cuts, abrasions, hair loss, and other damage to skin or hair.

Increased Risk of Damage from Cut-Price Treatments

Since anyone can set up as a beautician and offer cosmetic treatments without possessing qualifications or a specific set of licenses, it is possible for problems to occur. This is increasingly possible when the treatments are offered at a bargain price. You are more likely to run into an inexperienced person administering these treatments, or even someone with no experience who is looking to make some easy money. It is important to weigh the risk of saving money on beauty treatment with safeguarding your health.

What You Can Do

If you are interested in a beauty procedure the first thing you can do is to make sure you choose a procedure at a well-respected establishment, where there are experienced professionals to take care of your beauty needs. Check that the salon or beauty clinic is well-established and you can also check for reviews online or from previous clients to make sure that there is not a precedent of beauty procedures gone wrong. Look at the relevant experience of the beauticians and make sure that they know exactly how to carry out your chosen procedure safely. Remember that the cheapest service is not necessarily the best, and while it does pay to shop around for a good price, this is not the only consideration you need to make.

If something does go wrong, you can make beauty claims for personal injury so that you are legally compensated for your injuries. Injuries may come in the form of burns, hair loss, or facial injuries. If you are injured, bear in mind that you are entitled to claim – your health is important.

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Say Goodbye To Facial Fuzz For Good

Facial hair is a somewhat taboo subject. Well, when it comes to female facial hair it is. Men embrace their facial hair, styling it in all manner of ways. A lot of women love a guy with a little stubble or a well-styled moustache. There’s even a month designated to the growth of male facial hair for charity – Movember. But when it comes to female facial hair, it’s a whole other story.

Although a somewhat taboo subject, female facial hair is being talked about more and more these days. This is because there are, thankfully, a lot of different treatments on offer. While this is a good thing, as more treatments mean more chance of successfully eradicating your facial hair for good. The downside is that it can be hard to know which treatment to opt for. After all, you want to ensure that whatever you choose gives you the best results.

With that in mind, below we’ve delved a little deeper into some of the most popular hair removal methods.

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Waxing

Waxing is a popular choice for removing facial hair because it gives long lasting results. After waxing, you can be hair-free for between three and six weeks. However, waxing can cause irritation to the hair follicles, which can result in acne. So if you’re going to use waxing as your hair removal method of choice, it’s worth having it done professionally. This means there will be less chance of irritation occurring. Plus, waxing only tends to work well on the area above your lip and your eyebrows, it’s not a treatment for the whole face. Waxing works well on all hair types as it pulls the hairs out from the root. However, thick hairs may leave open hair follicles that are prone to infection.

Hair removal cream

Hair removal cream might not smell all that great, but it is one of the best hair removal options. Well, as long as you don’t have dermatitis-prone skin, that is. The great thing about hair removal creams is that they don’t yank the hairs out. Instead, they simply dissolve them, causing them to break off at the root. What’s important when it comes to hair removal creams is choosing the right product. You see, if you have sensitive skin, it’s important to choose a hair removal cream that’s made for sensitive skin. Or, if you have thick facial hair, it’s a good idea to use a cream like Vaniqa for thick facial hair, to ensure that it’s able to work effectively.

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Threading

For anyone wanting precision, threading should be the hair removal method of choice. It allows areas across the face to be plucked quickly and easily. Unlike waxing, it’s more gentle, meaning that it’s unlikely to cause irritation to the hair follicles. While you can learn to thread, it’s best to book yourself into a salon or specialist hair removal facility. As that way, you know that the results will be good. Threading is suitable for all hair types, but like waxing, it’s best for finer hair. As otherwise, it can leave visible follicles.

Bleaching

Okay, so this isn’t technically a hair removal method, but it’s still worth mentioning. If you’ve got fairly fine facial hair, instead of removing it, consider bleaching it. By bleaching the hair, you can make it less noticeable, and don’t have to stress about irritation caused by hair removal products. Just make sure to use bleach made for facial hair.

Facial hair can really knock your confidence as a woman. So it’s important to find the best and most suitable method of removing it.

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Facing Acne

Nearly 50% of Millennials Suffer From This Condition

Acne Scarring.  If you haven’t been an acne sufferer, this will probably seem like just another article on what’s often disregarded as a teenager’s petty pimple problem. Many who haven’t been plagued with the condition think: “It’s not serious; there’s just a few zits and scars.  Get over it.”

Dermatologists, psychologists and acne sufferers, including an increasing number of adult Millennials, have a very different view. Both scientific evidence and personal experience, demonstrate acne and its scarring can have a profound and lasting impact on an individual.

Acne, Prevention & Scarring

Because of the serious impact acne and its scars can have (more on that below), it’s important to understand some basics and gather a few resources for future use.  According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), acne is, a “chronic inflammatory skin condition, is characterized by blackheads, whiteheads, pimples and deeper lumps (cysts or nodules) that occur on the face, neck, chest, back, shoulders and upper arms.” It can develop at any age.

As for prevention, both the AAD and the Mayo Clinic provide great acne prevention recommendations. Those include guidelines such as cleansing daily; using noncomedogenic, non-acnegenic and oil-free cosmetics; and applying over-the-counter (OTC) acne cream or gel to help dry excess oil.

Effective OTC treatments do exist, especially for minor to moderate acne, (not typically for deep cysts and nodules). But does Proactive really work? Studies and reviews show that high cost equals high quality. So when OTCs fail to work or acne and its scars are interfering with your life, it’s time for professional advice.  Acne is a medical condition, so consult with a dermatologist. Early intervention is the best way to stop acne and prevent scarring.

Scarring occurs when acne lesions damage the structure of the second layer of your skin, the dermis.  If you avoid poking and prodding pimples, that will help to prevent scarring and infection of acne lesions.

Just as there are many types of acne, there are many types of scars. Scars are often permanent with discoloration impacted by sun exposure and appearance heightened by aging skin.  According to a dermatological research paper in the National Center for Biotechnology Information library, doctors often treat scars based on their classifications. This resource is informative, even if a bit technical, and available to the public.

The Impact of Acne & Scarring

Facial appearance represents an important part of a person’s perception of his or her self-image and can seriously impact self-esteem. Unlike the back, the face is typically uncovered, and is the locus of most human interactions. In the era of selfies and FaceTime, this is true perhaps now even more than ever.

In Psychology Today, Ted Grossbart Ph.D., records his research about and clinical experience with individuals who have chronic skin disorders like acne.  In his article, The Emotional Impact of Skin Problems, he says: “Just as signals of psychological and emotional stress can lead to skin disorders, skin disorders often lead to psychological distress.”

In addition to psychosocial impact acne and its scars have on sufferers, the financial costs associated with treatment are high, exceeding $3 billion annually.

Solutions for Scar Sufferers

The good news? A growing number of highly effective treatments for all types of scarring appear or are perfected every year. Thus, dermatologists can deploy these to help alter not only a patient’s appearance, but also to positively shape the way a person feels about him or herself and the lives they lead.

Treatments to reduce the appearance of scars, such as products including topical retinoids and silicon gels, have proven efficacious. Depending on the type of scarring, dermatologic surgeons also have other techniques at their disposal.

Some popular and effective options recommended by the American Academy of Dermatological Surgeons include: chemical peels, dermabrasion, derm fillers, laser/light therapy, laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion, and non-ablative laser rejuvenation.

Even after a person’s physical scars are gone, psychological ones can remain. It’s the psychological scars that Grossbart and other psychologists and counselors treat in their clinical practices.
Scores of acne sufferers are helped every year by the combined efforts of psychologists and dermatologists. So reach out, if you’re in need. You’ll find the assistance you’re looking for.

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