Although often thought of as a condition of adolescence, acne affects both teenagers and adults of all ages. An estimated 40 to 50 million people in the United States experience acne breakouts every year. Many go through their teen years relatively unaffected by acne, and only begin to experience breakouts in adulthood. Others may suffer with acne throughout the years.
Were you or one of your loved ones one of the many people who got engaged over this recent holiday season or Valentine’s Day? If so, congratulations! It’s a very exciting time and there is lots of fun planning to do for your big day! It’s a day where you, and those closest to you, want to look and feel your very best.
We all know that wedding planning is about timelines, checklists, and some fun. 🙂
We’ve put together your ultimate guide to getting your skin, body and hair looking the most radiant on your special day!
Skin cancer is, by far, the most prevalent cancer that is diagnosed in the United States. Melanoma, which typically appears as an unusual mole, is the most dangerous, but thankfully also the least common. Other types of skin cancer, Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma (both non-melanoma skin cancers), are the most common types of skin cancer. Over 5.4 million cases of non-melanoma skin cancer are treated in more than 3.3 million people each year in the U.S. Even more, treatment of non-melanoma skin cancers increased by nearly 77-percent between 1992 and 2006 and over the past three decades more people have developed skin cancer than all other cancers combined. Each year there are more new cases of skin cancer reported than colon, lung, prostate and breast combined.
If “get in shape” was on your new year’s resolution list again this year, you’re not alone. Hoping for a more slender body in 2016 is not just an issue of vanity: a lighter frame and less jiggle can make you more motivated to get in your workout gear and live a healthier lifestyle!
There’s no one thing that will give you your best body, it’s a multifactorial process: