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Bodi Line Almond Skin Care Medication
Cosmetics: There is considerable knowledge among all the groups you mention. A dermatologist specializes in conditions of the skin, hair, and nails to best provide advice on the best products for your particular skin condition. ...Read more
None: There is no end to the various permutations of snake oil. Almonds are a good food. If you like them, eat them. Prefer UNsalted. ...Read more
What to think about almond oil for skin for male adult? Is almond oil as oestrogenic as soja? Is it a good oil for skin?
YES: Yes- same nutitional value.Get a more detailed answer ›
Protein Source: Almonds are a good fat and a good protein source, so they are a nice and healthy snack. Otherwise there are no special or extra health benefits. And, medicine would remain fully neutral on the topic of coconut oil on the skin. There is nothing there for health or not health. ...Read more
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For the past few weeks I have noticed a bad bitter almond taste as a result of cracking my neck, or turning my head to a certain side. What is this?
Nothing: There is no relationship between the 2 issues. ...Read more
Almond shaped lump under skin, lower right side abdomen. Can feel while lying down, more promenant while standing, slightly painful to touch?
Could be a cyst:
Could be a cyst, or a lipoma which is a benign fatty tumor, or a oil gland cyst, there is nothing else possible in this location.
nothing to worry about, if it becomes infected, or larger see a doctor. ...Read more
At the tip of my butt crack it has tough skin and a small oval lump like the shape of half almond. Its painful on right side what is it?
I am having junk on my eyelashes. Skin is dry and its little itchy. Its kinda dandruff. I have started using almond oil, what else can be done?
Blepharitis: Try cleaning your lashes daily in she shower with a wash cloth using side to side motion for about 10 seconds. This should become a routine and will prevent matter from building up on your lashes and the discomfort that often accompanies that. ...Read more
I have oily (face)skin. Currently oil cleansing w/Sweet Almond Oil. Does oil really decrease the overproduction of sebum or will it cause more oiliness?
18 M old Dx with almond & peanut allergy on skin prick test but only 3mm. Do we really have to be that cautious in not giving her these nuts?
Yes: While 3mm may seem minor, the thing about allergies is that with repeated exposures the more vigorous the histamine response can become. The first time might be a little itchy. Next, hives. Next time, itchy throat with swelling of the eyes. Next time...full anaphylaxis with swelling of the throat, inability to breath etc. So yes, I would recommend caution. ...Read more
Can refined sweet almond oil be used over glyc acid or retinol to prevent redness and help hydratation? I read that this oil helps exfoliate the skin
Not alone: Almond oil alone isn't an exfoliant which "removes dead skin cells" that requires the addition of either an acid (like glycolic or alpha hydroxy which chemically remove cells) or mechanical means (like sugar, salt, walnut shell). It is an emollient which "hydrates" and softens skin and may reduce redness. Retinols work at a molecular level to alter skin thickness, pigmentation and collagen. ...Read more
I have oily, acne prone skin. I have heard applying oil to oily skin is beneficial. Is it true? Is almond oil a good option?
Ate oils like almond, avocado, macadamia, and olive safe for my skin and developing baby during pregnancy?
LIfe and pregnancy: Yes. Of course they are.Get a more detailed answer ›
I mixed smoothie with apples, grapes, berries, raspberries, romaine spinach, almonds, and flax seeds. Will this help my skin? & do I drink it 2 a day?
Maybe (not). . .: I'm not aware of any randomized double blind placebo controlled trials demonstrating any benefit from a smoothie as described above in an adequate sized population of otherwise similar men & women. Nor am I aware of any dosing recommendations. However, I'm sure it's better than eating junk food! ...Read more
Can I use Almond oil (pure mixed with vitamin E) to help skin with postinflammatory hyperpigmentation (brown spot there for 2 months unchanged.
Yes: Give it a try and see how much it helps but make sure you use it for at least a month ...Read more
I have read online about a great skin lotion made with olive oil almond oil rose water beeswax and onion juice first olive oil almond oil onion juice and beeswax is heated until beeswax melts and the rose water is added when it cools down I wanted to ask
Get otc: I would get cerave or cetaphil restoraderm. ...Read more
I use hot water to bathe in winters. Could it be the reason of dry and itchy skin. Am using almond oil & aveeno (oatmeal) but nor much help. Advise pls.
Hot water OK: After a long soak in shower or bath-----fingers wrinkled-----use a CERAMIDE cream within 3 minutes. Aveeno (oatmeal) ECZEMA or Eucerin ECZEMA. Also rub in the same cream several times a day. Or just move to Hawaii. Also avoid caustic soaps. Skin cleansers made for dry skin are produced as Dove, Olay, Aveeno (oatmeal), Eucerin Cetaphil. ...Read more
54 yrs. Female allergies are wheat oats rice almonds tomato and I have had the skin test. Need help with breakfast use to eat a bagel with cream cheese?
Really depends: On your skin type and what damage you have, see dermatologist ...Read more
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Find the right doc: I feel strongly about this topic, because unfortunately there are too many pros that fall victim to the same hype that the general public does. Find someone who truly believes in good scientifically- based skin care that can truly make a difference, not the newest fad. If they can't explain it to you in terms that make sense, move on. There is no substitute for good medicine, especially in skin. ...Read more
Unknown: Avoid things that make you break out, soaps ; wetness. Wash your hands only when necessary. Wear gloves when needed. Wear clothes made of cotton. Bathe only with a small amount of mild unscented soap, such as dove. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot! Use the medicine your doctor gave you. Use a plain moisturizer daily. Avoid scratching or rubbing the itchy area. Manage stress. ...Read more
At most 2 hours: Although the spf rating of a sunscreen tells you how effective it is during use, it is important to reapply frequently and in adequate amount. Sunscreen should be reapplied every 2 hours to maintain efficacy, as factors such as sweating, water exposure, and physical removal can decrease its effect and lead to burns and skin cancer risk. ...Read more
Moisturize: Avoid things that make you break out, soaps & wetness. Wash your hands only when necessary. Wear gloves when needed. Wear clothes made of cotton. Bathe only with a small amount of mild unscented soap, such as dove. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot! Use the medicine your doctor gave you. Use a plain moisturizer daily. Avoid scratching or rubbing the itchy area. Manage stress. ...Read more