If diet can lower the risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other illnesses—can you treat acne with food? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena investigates.
Honey can treat respiratory diseases, urinary diseases, gastrointestinal diseases, eczema, psoriasis, dandruff, blood pressure, constipation & cholesterol.
Don’t expect a simple honey bee to play an important role to your beauty regimen? The ways honey treats acne will amaze you.
Were you taught that acne and nutrition weren’t directly connected? We look at recent figures that say otherwise — and how SuperFoods can help your skin.
Lycopene, the red pigment found in foods including the tomato, not only prevents cancer but a whole host of diseases. High quantities also prevent sunburn.
Think you know everything about protecting your skin? Think again! There’s more to it than using an SPF 15 sunscreen. Get the facts here…
Have you noticed a strange rash around your mouth and perhaps your eyes? Is it crusty, flaky, bumpy, and red? It may not be what you think.
Read how tea health benefits can save your skin. While it’s true that tea provides some sun protection, it’s not all that simple.
We bet you never thought to use fruits and vegetables on your skin to stay young!
See how to have healthy-looking skin — from the inside out.