Pregnancy can be a magical experience filled with a host of benefits from better sex to increased body confidence. But for some women, it can mean months of nausea and fatigue, as well as dermatological conditions ranging from acne to hyperpigmentation. While many of these issues are easily remedied with everyday over-the-counter solutions, there are some skincare ingredients that pregnant women should avoid using.
A Montreal chef had a hard time bending her elbows after getting burns from an accidental kitchen fire at work. But her quality of life improved drastically after dermatologist Dr. Roni Munk used a life-changing CO2 laser treatment.
She had burns all over her arms, back, torso and shoulders — pretty much everywhere on her upper body — and she was barely able to bend her arms because she had these huge thick scars that were so tight,” Munk said. “So we used a CO2 laser on selected areas to help loosen the tightness of the scars. As the area healed, she was able to bend her elbows, and it made a huge difference in her life.
When selecting treatment options for our patients with acne, we should remember the main objective—to treat as many age-appropriate pathogenic factors as possible to prevent scarring.
Lorsque nous examinons les options de traitement pour nos patients atteints d’acné, nous devons toujours garder notre objectif en tête :traiter le plus grand nombre possible de facteurs pathogènes en fonction de l’âgeafi n de prévenir la cicatrisation.
We already have to come to terms with aging. Ugh. But because life can’t be that easy, there’s such a thing as behavioural aging. It’s a lovely phenomenon in which external factors like pollution, stress, fatigue, UV rays, unbalanced diet and smoking—wait for it—speed up the aging process.
Traits tirés, ongles rongés et boutons inopinés: il n’y a pas de doute, le stress nous rend moches. Comment lui faire la guerre? En séduquant sur la matière et en adoptant un plan beauté apaisant just à temps pur le marathon des fêtes, A vos marques. Prêtes? Relaxez!