Science and Health
Being able to identify your scars helps you better choose the treatment that is right for you. So that begs the question: how can you tell the difference between keloid and hypertrophic scars?After a few weeks, you might find yourself wondering when your scar will heal, but unfortunately even the first month or two are relatively early in the scar-healing process. Scars take time to heal, even if we don’t want them to.Our bodies are designed to get the Vitamin D we need by producing it when our bare skin is exposed to sunlight. Here are five very important reasons to make sure you don’t forget that SPF.Not properly managing stress can cause more damage to your skin, hair and nails than you’d think. Here are some common ways stress affects our skin and quick fixes to help you combat those unwanted changes.Wondering about recent stretch marks? You’re not alone. Fortunately, research has allowed us to educate ourselves on what causes stretch marks, and make a choice about what actions we can take to prevent them from appearing on our skin.
Scars protect your body from future damage, but they also remind us of where we have been and what we have survived. Even though most people understand the basics of what a scar is, these 10 facts about scarring will blow your mind.