People at Risk
Cellulite is a skin infection caused by bacteria. This serious infection can occur in anyone and at any age. When it appears on the face it is commonly called facial cellulitis.
Unlike other forms of the disease, some populations are more at risk than others: those with problems with their lymphatic system, those with respiratory tract infection and those with toothache or otitis media. It should be emphasized, however, that these problems are not caused by the infection itself. Continue reading “Infectious Facial Cellulitis: What To Do? (People at Risk)”
Hair and scalp diseases are classified as infectious or non-infectious. Diseases infectious are those contagious example impetigo, lice, ringworm, scabies, warts and others. It is therefore very important to pay attention to your symptoms and to start treatment as soon as possible if you are contaminated.
The severity of these infections and their danger to the surrounding people can differ greatly. Therefore, it is of paramount importance to note the symptoms, define the cause and begin the appropriate treatment as soon as possible. To do this, let’s take a look at some of these common infectious diseases of the scalp and hair.
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There are different types of dyed:
- Pale or whiteness.
- Healthy redness, reddish complexion.
- Yellowish color.
- Dark complexion
- Black skin.
The color of the skin varies mainly due to the original gene and is associated with the intensity of the sun. The melanin, absorbing the sun’s ultraviolet rays, regulates the amount of ultraviolet radiation that penetrates the skin. Continue reading “How to Whiten the Skin Naturally”