Skin type changes with age. You might have a particular skin type when you were younger, but it might completely change as you age. There are a variety of skin types – normal, dry, oily, combination and sensitive. How do...
A rash is a very broad medical term for an eruption of skin lesions. There are various types of rashes and as many potential causes. As body immunity lowers in old age, infections can be contracted due to any...
Moisturize Use a good quality moisturizer that suits your skin type. Apply moisturizer daily after bathing and throughout the day in intervals. A good moisturizer helps lock in moisture and essential oils required for keeping the skin smooth and supple...
Discoloration means patches of skin where the skin color is different from the original color of skin. Discolored skin in the elderly occurs due to a number of reasons. Some common causes of discoloration of the skin are illness,...
Skin faces the wrath of many external forces – sun, wind, pollution and our habits. The relentless battering of these elements can affect your skin. Your skin starts becoming drier, gets wrinkly and loses its overall elasticity with age. How...
Youthful and radiant skin is something every woman wants in order to look graceful. For that, you need to take good care of your skin. This becomes even more crucial in the 60s. It is the time when you need...
Skin is the largest organ of the body and the first tissue that comes in direct contact with the external world before any exposure reaches the internal organs. Therefore, aging of skin, or signs of aging on the skin...

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