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How To: Shrink an enlarged skin pore

Robert Scot, from ModernMom, shows viewers how to shrink an enlarged skin pore. Scott reminds us that genetics and aging do contribute to enlarged pores and skin condition, but there is still a way to deal with this. There is no way to permanently shrink enlarged pores but you can handle them with time. You can use cleansers and exfoliation to do the trick. Your cleanser should be for oily skin that will naturally purify your skin. You really want to focus on exfoliation and use exfoliates wi...

How To: Manage and calm down eczema with tips

Eczema sucks. It's a skin condition characterized by dryness, redness, and itching. Often this dryness leads to patches of dry skin that, if bothered excessively, can lead to pus. Those who suffer from eczema have extremely sensitive skin that needs to be treated professionally.

How To: Avoid razor burn

Do you always get razor burn? Razor burn can be painful, irritating and lower self-esteem. Follow these simple steps to get a smooth shave without the irritating bumps and burn.

How To: Treat the skin on your bodhrán drum

Michelle Stewart of BodhranExpert.com demonstrates to viewers how to treat the skin on a Bodhran drum. The skin on this particular drum is made of goat skin and, much like your own skin, must be treated with a skin-conditioning treatment in order to maintain proper moisture.

How To: Master Asian beauty secrets

The alluring beauty of Asian women is celebrated around the world. And they often look years younger than their true age. Ever wondered what the secret was to the gorgeous skin of Asian women? We’ve uncovered a few.

News: Frustrated by Acne? New Research Shows Skin Microbiome Makes a Difference

The squiggly guys in this article's cover image are Propionibacterium acnes. These bacteria live in low-oxygen conditions at the base of hair follicles all over your body. They mind their own business, eating cellular debris and sebum, the oily stuff secreted by sebaceous glands that help keep things moisturized. Everybody has P. acnes bacteria—which are commonly blamed for causing acne—but researchers took a bigger view and discovered P. acnes may also play a part in keeping your skin clear.

How To: Slice up a fresh pineapple

Brian demonstrates a simple method of cutting a pineapple in this entertaining video. He starts reviewing some pineapple research. Pineapples are named after pinecones! Brian also discusses the concerns of eating pineapple for people with certain health conditions. First twist and pull off the flower top of the pineapple. Then cut off the top and bottom of the pineapple so that they are both flat surfaces. Then cut off the skin of the pineapple, retaining as much of the flesh as possible. Use...

How To: Cleanse your skin

This is a great instructional video on how to cleanse your skin. It is true that cleansing the skin is a very simple process and it is centered around finding the most appropriate cleanser for a specific skin type. you can learn about cleansing dry skin, normal skin or oily skin with help from a professional skin care specialist. This video teaches the mom to cleanse the skin. If you have a dry hair you can use moisturizers for cleansing your skin. If you have oily skin you can't use moisturi...

How To: Use a skin care routine that works

Despite what some skin creams and products claim, there is no wrinkle cream or potion that will actually get rid of wrinkles. However, there are things one can do to help conceal the sign of wrinkles and help "de-age" oneself. In this tutorial, learn about how to go about taking care of your skin with a daily skin care regime that will help wrinkles, dry skin, blotchiness and discolorations.

How To: Practice good skin care for men

It's not only women that need to worry about their skin. A couple minutes a day of proper skin care will have a men's skin looking and feeling great. In this video, learn how to take good care & maintain healthy, fresh looking skin.

How To: Prevent dry and itchy winter skin with tips

Still using the same lightweight, oil-free lotion during the winter as you did last summer? Then it's obvious where your flaky, dry winter skin is coming from. The shift from warmer, more humid days to dry and cold immediately saps your skin of moisture, meaning you have to update your beauty routine to stay moisturized.

How To: Prevent dry skin by avoiding very hot water

In this video, we learn to prevent dry skin by avoiding very hot water. Make sure when you take a bath or shower, you don't use very hot water. Use warm water, which will keep moisture in your skin. Hot water will reduce the moisture from your skin, which will make your skin itchy if you have a rash. Also, if you take a bath, make sure you don't add in any oil and that you use only warm water. When you are done with your shower or bath, pat yourself dry and apply moisture right away so you do...

How To: Prevent chapped lips, dry skin, and a flaky nose in the winter

Still using the same lightweight, oil-free lotion during the winter as you did last summer? Then are you really surprised to hear that your flaky, dry winter skin is coming from your incorrect moisturization habits? The shift from warmer, more humid days to dry and cold immediately saps your skin of moisture, meaning you have to update your beauty routine to stay moisturized.

How To: Treat sunburnt & irritated skin with a home remedy

In this video, we learn how to treat sunburned and irritated skin. Milk and water compresses are the best treatment. To make these, pour equal parts of milk and water into a bowl, then place a clean cloth into it. Ring it out when finished, then lay on the skin for around 10 minutes. Make sure to use skim milk, which will work much better than whole milk will. Continue this for several minutes, and your skin should feel soothed when you are finished. Use this treatment whenever you feel sore ...

How To: Make your own all-natural face masks

Watch this video tutorial to learn how to make your own all-natural face masks. Tired of spending a lot of money on facial products that don’t even work? Try on some masks made from items you already own—they’re all natural and good enough to eat!

How To: Care for acne prone combination skin types

In her video, Carol describes her skin care regimen, which she claims has been very effective in treating her acne and improving her skin. This regimen is for acne-prone / combination skin types and involves the use of multiple products, including cleansers, scrubs, masques, washes and moisturizers. Carol takes us through her morning, evening and weekly cleansing routines, explaining which of various products she uses for each such routine. She also discusses each product, explaining its stre...

How To: Make a homemade face mask with Raven Symone

In this how to video Raven Symone teaches us about three different skin types and then makes a mask for her face. For dry skin you will need 1/2 a carrot, 1 avocado, and 2 tbs almond oil for your face mask. If you have oily skin you will need 1 apple, 1 egg white and 2 tbs lemon juice for your face mask. If you have sensitive, combination skin you will need 1/2 banana, 2 tbs yogurt, and 1/2 small cucumber for your mask. Raven Symone will also teach us how to do a tea steam to open your pores....

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