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Self Image: This sounds like an everyday insecurity. But if it is part of a larger problem of self confidence that is getting in the way of pursuing your goals and/or your social relationships then it would be good for you to consult with a Clinical Psychologist for help. Medication might also be useful in addition to psychotherapy. ...Read more
Sorry: This is not the proper place to ask this type of question. ...Read more
Unclear & largely: unknown. There are too many variables. While damage is more likely, they may be also some protective effects. Yet who is going to do and pay for the fantastic complexity involved in doing prospective, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trials on a large enough group of individuals over many, many years to find out? ...Read more
What is a good makeup to use if you get brakeouts ? Like one that isn't as bad for you or that may help ?
Hi, my lashes are falling out I dont wear makeup or anything and they have literally been gone from one part plz tell me what to do asap?
Various causes: Some of the possible reasons for loss of eyelashes are: Endocrine disorders such as over or under active thyroid gland; Alopecia Areata, which is a common disorder of the immune system; Various skin diseases; Blepharitis; Medication side effects; Infectious disease; psychiatric disorders causing frequent pulling on or pulling out lashes. See your physician or a dermatologist for evaluation and Rx. ...Read more
My sister is dependent to makeup.She won't go anywhere without it. She uses makeup as a mask to cover herself up & feel secure.How can I help her?
Hello, I noticed a couple of weeks ago some decoloration on my cheeks, I'm very worried about it, I stop using makeup because I want to know if maybe is some product that I'm using, but nothing has changed?
Make up and comedone: In general, make up products that are oil free and water based are less likely to cause acne. But contrary to common belief, comedones happen due to clogged hair follicles. An inflammatory condition, that includes both comedones and inflamed pustules and pimples is called acne. Increased oil production during teenage period, premenstrual period, or in women with pros may cause acne. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Skin care: Make up is fine. As long as what you are wearing is not bothering your skin. Just remember to remove it all, at the end of the day. There are special make up removing products, or just a mild soap. A good moisturizer after, is also a good idea. ...Read more
Allergic dermatitis: Random might as well be the term for it; we tend to use the term idiopathic. Though we understand what process is involved, we don't know why certain people develop allergy to products applied on the skin. Cosmetic allergy is very common, and occurs sometimes after years of use. Patch testing can help identify the specific ingredient causing the allergy. Seek out a board certified allergist. ...Read more
It depends: Damage to the skin depends on the type of skin you have, the exposure you have to the elements " especially the sun " and the types and quality of the make up you are using. If you have concerns consult a Dermatologist. In the meantime keep out of the sun, cleanse your face well daily and use quality products. Non allergenic non comedogenic products are usually safe. Good luck and healthy skin. ...Read more
Effects of makeup: Makeup doesn't have any major negative effects.It could cause a few skin reactions. Most of these reactions aren't severe or long-lasting. Makeup can cause acne. You'll be fine if you're diligent about removing your makeup at the end of the day and immediately after exercise.Certain oils in many cosmetics can cause or worsen acne. Some people experience allergic reactions to cosmetic ingredients ...Read more