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Cracked and dry heels have become commonplace for many women. But not everyone knows how important it is to keep track of this. When you touch the heel of a silk blanket or the legs of your man, do you feel how gently it glides on the surface? We talked with a podologist to find out how to care for your skin at home. - Why is the skin on the heels so dry and how to deal with dryness? - First of all, we need to distinguish between cosmetic and medical problems. If you suffer from painful cracks in...

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Acne can overtake you, not only in adolescence but at any time in your life. You can spend a lot of time and money for a beautician, but first, you need to choose the right home care. We asked a professional dermatologist about how to care for the skin at home to get rid of acne and other unpleasant problems. - Where to start skincare with acne? - To get started, you should get good habits and get rid of the bad ones. For example, stop touching your face with dirty hands. Do this only after washing your hands with...

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Many have already heard about the therapeutic effects of Dead Sea mud on the skin of the face and body, but can it be effective for hair? A lot of research has been done on this, so we asked a dermatologist to tell us about the effect of Dead Sea mud on hair structure. - Is it possible to change the structure of the hair along the entire length? - Not. You can fill and smooth hair flakes, but you cannot “cure” hair that has already grown. Thanks to natural remedies, vitamins and proper nutrition, you can make your hair...

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The Dead Sea is a wonder of the world, one of the rare inland seas of the world's oceans. In the Dead Sea, due to the high concentration of salts in the water, fish, plants and other creatures do not live. But this water is good for health, as it contains so much minerals, has a unique composition and heals the skin. How is it used in skin care cosmetics? Why are Dead Sea minerals good for skin? The skin needs daily cleansing and nourishment. Fallen skin particles must be removed from the surface so that they do not clog...

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There is about a tablespoon of magnesium in you. Maybe, a tablespoon and a heap, not more. But though it would seem like a small quantity, magnesium is one of the most important elements inside you. Your muscles won't contract without it, your heart won't work, your brain cells would fire all the time… But these are the bodily functions you wouldn't live without. They are your body's priority in terms of magnesium budgeting if we may say so. Your skin, hair, and nails aren't as necessary for your biology as your heart, so the first signs of deficiency will...

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