8 causes of wrinkles
Aging is always associated with the appearance of facial wrinkles. This is a natural physiological process. But sometimes the first unpleasant grooves appear at a fairly young age. This raises…

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How to care for skin in winter
Winter frosts make warm clothes come out of the closets, put on a hat, gloves, and carefully wrap the neck with a scarf. And only the face remains unprotected. Therefore,…

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Diseases masked by cosmetic imperfections
Today, there are many cosmetics on sale that can be used to easily hide cosmetic imperfections: pimples and blackheads, wrinkles and ugly spots, uneven skin and gray complexion. Moreover, in…

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Botox: what is it and why is it needed?

Probably everyone heard about Botox. But basically it is known as a means to combat wrinkles – “beauty injections”. However, the useful properties of Botox are not limited to this: it is successfully used not only in cosmetology, but also in other areas.

But all in order.

What is Botox?
Botox is a drug that contains type A botulinum toxin, a powerful poison that acts on nerve cells Continue reading

How to get rid of a cold on the lip

What we call a cold on the lip or fever is actually a manifestation of a viral infection, or rather, a herpes simplex virus type 1. (There is also the herpes simplex virus type 2, which affects the genitals.)

Yes, a commonplace cold that popped up on my lip is a viral infection, but you should not panic about this. The fact is that the vast majority of the world’s inhabitants are carriers of this virus. It’s just usually that it’s not active and doesn’t appear in any way. But as soon as immunity is weakened, the virus begins to multiply and descends from the nerve nodes, where it usually lives, along the nerve endings to the lips. And here it “blooms” in all its glory – weeping vesicles, sores, and finally crusts. So the well-known Continue reading

High-risk oncogenic HPV: what is the danger?

An ordinary wart and a malignant tumor – what do they have in common? No, no, a wart will not degenerate into cancer. However, there is something that unites them – this is HPV, human papillomavirus, or human papillomavirus.

What is HPV?
Under this name is a whole group of viruses of a general nature containing DNA. There are 27 species and about 200 strains. Designate them with numbers: HPV (HPV – human papillomavirus) 1, 2, 16, etc.

The absolute majority of the world’s population is infected with these viruses: according to scientists, from 70 to 90%. But for many, the virus does not manifest itself throughout life and can only be detected by chance. In such cases, they speak of carriage. Continue reading

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Underwear that is unhealthy
When buying underwear, we least think about health. The main thing is that it be beautiful, emphasize the advantages and hide the flaws of the figure. But panties or a…

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8 causes of wrinkles
Aging is always associated with the appearance of facial wrinkles. This is a natural physiological process. But sometimes the first unpleasant grooves appear at a fairly young age. This raises…

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How we age: sarcopenia
The aging process begins in the body after 25-30 years, when there are still no signs. But aging is not only wrinkles on the face and gray hair, and not…

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Unusual Diseases: Elven Face Syndrome (or Williams Syndrome)
They are very cute, these kids: large bright blue eyes under swollen eyelids, a wide forehead, a small upturned nose, a large mouth with full lips, often stretched out in…

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