Tag Archive: psoriasis

Nov 02

Healthy Fats That Help to Heal the Skin

Psoriasis is a problem that many of us have to deal with on a regular basis. Although there may be times whenever the psoriasis tends to disappear, it is difficult to tell whenever it may happen again and come back with a vengeance. Although there are a number of different types of psoriasis that we …

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Nov 02

Pollen Problems and Skin Disorders

There are some of us that have to deal with allergies regularly, and this is especially evident whenever there is a lot of pollen in the air. Most individuals tend to deal with these allergies by sneezing, coughing or having various types of respiratory distress. You might be surprised to learn that there are also …

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Nov 01

Water – the Ultimate Healer for Skin Problems

If you are an individual that has to deal with skin conditions or perhaps a condition that is as severe as psoriasis on a regular basis, you have probably looked into a number of different treatments which claim to be able to help. The fact of the matter is, medical science is unable to come …

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May 12

Aloe Vera Health Benefits – Real Aloe

Real Aloe - Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has many characteristics: antibiotic, astringent, cell growth stimulator, pain inhibitor, scar inhibitor. Externally Aloe Vera is useful for: acne, athletes foot, burns, calluses, cold sores, dry skin, eczema, infections, psoriasis, stings. Internally Aloe Vera is useful for: arthritis, acid reflux, constipation, diabetes, gum disease, heartburn, hemorrhoids, indigestion, sore throat, ulcers It is well …

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Aug 22

Dr. Venessa’s Anti-Aging Collagen Type I,II & III

Dr. Venessa's Anti-Aging Collagen Type I,II & III

Dr. Venessa’s ANTI-AGING 3(TM) Collagen powder is the pure source of type-I, II and III collagen, used in research centers with significant results. Research demonstrated that the triple helix collagen chain, composed of the amino acids proline, lysine, glycine and vitamin C, used in over four grams each, may activate the body’s own mechanisms to …

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