Recent Posts by Holly L. Roberts
When you're shopping for wrinkle-fighting products, the sheer abundance of potions, creams and lotions available can be overwhelming. Whether you've got $20 or $200 to spend, finding wrinkle products that work means looking for ingredients that actually make a difference in the appearance of your skin.
What You Need
To combat wrinkles, three types of products are essential, according to Ava Shamban, a dermatologist writing for "Women's Health" magazine. You'll need a product that contains a chemical exfoliant like glycolic acid, alpha hydroxy acid or salicylic acid...
If you think being pregnant means you have license to camp out on the couch with your favorite television shows and a stockpile of pickles and ice cream, think again. Though rest and relaxation are important parts of a healthy pregnancy, regular aerobic exercise is equally important, according to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Aerobic exercise is any type of exercise that increases your heart rate and makes you breathe faster. Walking, swimming, bicycling and aerobics are all good aerobic exercises for pregnant women, according to the American...
Few things are cuter than a rosy-cheeked toddler, but in some cases, those bright red cheeks may be the sign of a more serious underlying condition. Though it's fairly rare, some toddlers can develop rosacea, a skin disorder more common in older people. Knowing how to recognize and treat this condition can help ensure that your child's skin problem doesn't become a major issue.
Rosacea is a chronic skin condition characterized by red and swollen skin, especially on the face. It often starts as red patches or rosy cheeks and turns into permanent red areas as it develops. As...