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How To: Kill bed bugs by using boric acid

Boric Acid is often used to treat or eradicate bedbugs. However, it doesn't work particularly well. It has to be ingested to kill them, but they don't necessarily consume it. There would need to be a bait that they can ingest that contains boric acid. Unfortunately, people are the bait that they respond to. Cockroaches, on the other hand, ingest it, because they clean themselves. Therefore, it gets ingested in that way.

How To: Get rid of spider veins

Dr. Schultz explains how to get rid of spider veins. The best treatment for spider veins depends on where they are. 1. On your legs, the best treatment is injections. It takes one to several treatments after which you will then be advised to wear tight compression stockings for three days. 2. If the spider veins is on your face, the best treatment is lasers where they usually work the first time and is not painful. 3. See your dermatologist for a treatment to get rid of spider veins.

How To: Get rid of acne scars easily

In this video from dend359, we learn how to get rid of acne scars. First, he said he looked into laser treatment but that's too expensive. Then he found Divine Beauty ECIT Rejuvastamp treatment and it's much cheaper and similar to laser treatment. It did take about 3 months to fix the scars. He shows us one scar that has improved over time and recommends Divine Beauty's treatment. It requires a lot of patience because this treatment will take some time. This video will benefit anyone looking ...

How To: Get rid of head lice with Dr. Su Laurent

Head lice can be a nasty, unwelcome visitor in your life. And if you have children, you're likely to be confronted with an infestation sooner or later. Dr. Su Laurent explains that getting rid of head lice can be a tricky undertaking, but the most important thing is to be persistent. You'll need to wash the hair with the latest lice treatment available, as the lice may adapt to chemicals from year to year. It's very important to follow up this treatment at least one more time, seven days late...

How To: Prevent Acne with Doctor Recommended Treatments

Acne develops when pores become blocked with dead skin cells and oil. They usually disappear over time but sometimes they leave a scar. When those blemishes form white blood cells rush to the surface to help heal the area. But occasionally a scar forms. Popping and picking can send bacteria further into the skin and increase the blemish and it greatly increases the likelihood that a scar will appear. Nodules and cysts are more severe blemishes and have an increased likelihood of leaving scars...

How To: Get rid of pimples quickly and easily

Let's face it; we've all been there. A pimple pops up and you have a big event in a day or two. What do you do? Misses Wonder is here to save the day with a few tips and tricks for quickly and easily getting rid of those pesky pimples. Simple household items can be used to try to eliminate zits. Some methods include using toothpaste, and making homemade face masks with fruit, as well as methods for how to combat dryness from the treatments. Even if you think you've tried it all, give this tut...

How To: Get rid of unwanted facial hair for women

Get the lowdown on all the ways to remove pesky facial hair—from the brand new to the tried and true. Different options: threading, laser hair removal, intense pulsed light treatment, electrolysis, facial bleach, a waxing treatment or kit, tweezers, and prescription cream Vaniqa (optional). There are many hair removal options, so watch this video and choose the one that is best for you.

How To: Make home hair protein treatments

In this video, the user gives some suggestions on how to make at home hair protein treatments. She emphasizes that every good treatment consists of two components: a conditioning element, and a protein element. She suggests eggs, avocado, almond butter and soy milk for protein and yogurt, mayonnaise, nut and olive oils, and honey for the conditioning portion. She explains the importance of including both elements for moisturized hair and also that you should choose ingredients in response to ...

How To: Shrink your large pores

Dr. Steven Jepson explains what you can do to shrink your pores. Pores are small openings in your skin that can become infected or get clogged with makeup or dirt if they are too large. In order to shrink the visible appearance of skin pores you need to clean the dirt and gunk out of the pore. First you need to cleans and exfoliate your face twice a day using a cleanser designed for the face. Exfoliators are mildly acidic and help to dissolve the dirt so that it can be removed. Dr. Jepson war...

How To: Control extreme underarm or armpit sweating

In this video Dr. Schultz will show you how to control extreme underarm sweating. If you suffer from extreme underarm sweating, despite regular use of antiperspirants, follow these steps: Make an appointment with your doctor so that they can give you a prescription for a topical antiperspirant called Drysol. This liquid is applied once a week, at bedtime, and is covered with cling wrap. After a few weeks you will see a significant reduction in the amount of underarm perspiration you experienc...

How To: Fix strecthed or wrinkled earlobes

In this video Dr. Schultz will show you how to fix stretched or wrinkled earlobes. Here are a few things you can do to remedy stretched or wrinkled earlobes: Laser treatments, especially carbon dioxide treatments, a specified amount of heat is delivered to the skin, and it causes a contraction, which causes a plumping of the earlobe, removing the wrinkles. The results will last for years. With injectable filler treatments like collagen, you will also find a plumping of the skin, but they will...

How To: Use a Diaton Tonometer to measure intraocular pressure for glaucoma diagnosis

This video is training for the Diaton Tonometer, a great new instrument for optometrists and ophthalmologists to diagnose glaucoma by measuring intraocular pressure (IOP) through the eyelid. This method of measurement makes it easy to diagnose patients with glaucoma during the early stages, so that immediate treatment and medicines can be administered. There's no anaesthetic drops to put in the eyes, and this is a easy-to-use, handheld, pen-like and no-contact transpalpebral tonometer, which ...

How To: Prepare your face for a barbershop shave

Find out how to give yourself the perfect beard treatment as common misconceptions are unveiled. This video will not only show you how to execute the simple processes of shaving correctly, but also tell us what not to do, and why the barbers we have been going to have not strictly been doing their job right! For a good shave the hot towel should be applied before the lather is applied to the beard. This makes for a smoother and more effective shave, not to mention a more comfortable one. This...

How To: Remove a tattoo

There comes a time in many tattooed individuals when they want to remove their tattoos. There are a lot of different ways to remove tattoo but they all cause scar. Dr. Neal Schultz explains only laser tattoo removal will not leave a scar and give a cosmetically-superior result. Laser energy is specifically targets the colored pigment of the tattoo so it only damages the colored pigment. It does not damage any of the surrounding skin. When people are treated for tattoos, it can take 8-12 treat...

How To: Use food products for skin and hair treatment

In this home-beauty how-to, television personality Jenny Jones shows you which foods make great face and hair beauty treatments. Beautify yourself with comestibles. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this clip can present a complete overview of the process in about a minute. For more information, including step-by-step instructions, watch this video guide.

How To: Do a hot oil treatment for your hair

This video shows you how to hot oil treat your dry hair at home. Here you'll use coconut and hot six oil in this tutorial to make your hot oil treatment. You may use what ever oil that you like and the amount of time is up to you Though 10 to 15 minutes is best, to let it penetrate the hair. Go from dry to smooth in no time.

How To: Diagnose and treat warts

At any given time, about 10% of the UK population have warts, which costs the NHS a staggering £40m a year in treatment. In this exclusive guide, Dr McKenna discusses the various types of wart – from the common wart to the genital wart – and advises on both preventative measures and treatment options available, to ensure that these little blighters will blight you no more. This video tutorial shows how to diagnose and treat warts.

How To: Treat acne for clear skin with Dermify

This video will show you how to apply Dermify 3-in-1 acne treatment. Follow these steps to apply the Dermify facial cleanser, deep cleansing mask and spa treatment. Wet your face with water and massage a thin layer of Dermify onto your skin. Let it sit for 60 seconds and rinse off. To apply the cleansing mask, dampen your skin and apply a pea-sized amount of the mask to your face. Let the mask dry for 20 minutes. Thoroughly rinse your face to remove the mask. Apply the Dermify Spot Treatment ...

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: Exterminate & prevent bed bugs

A bedbug is a small brownish, blood-sucking insect. Usually, infestation brings emotional trauma. So, the problem is greater than the physical problem, since the bugs bite at night, while the victim sleeps. Often, the bites are mistaken for dermatological conditions, until the bugs are found. Typically, bedbugs are going to be within 10-15 feet of your bed. They will usually be along the rim. They will also be underneath the box spring. There will be in the nightstands. There will also be blo...

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