If you’re over 50 years old and have blurry or wavy vision and/or a blind spot in the center of your vision, you may have Age-Related Macular Degeneration. The good news is it’s painless. The bad news, AMD is kind … Continue reading Age-Related Macular Degeneration: a Frustrating Condition to Live with and Treat
Is vitamin E oil good for your skin? Vitamin E is both a nutrient and antioxidant with a history of use in dermatology for over 50 years. Scientific research has shown it benefits a number of common skin concerns including burns, scars and wounds. … Continue reading Vitamin E Oil: 6 Natural Health Benefits for Skin & Hair
There are all sorts of bumps that can pop up on your face: Everything from zits on your chin to cold sores on your lips, there’s no shortage of lesions that can take up residence on your mug. But few … Continue reading Eye Stye Treatment – What Causes Eye Styes
Picture this: You wake up to a blaring alarm, with just enough time to get ready and arrive at work on time. You look as tired as you feel, and while you’re hoping your concealer will magically awaken your complexion, … Continue reading The One Thing You Should Use Before Putting on Concealer to Hide Dark Circles
We’ve all been there—a cold strikes the day of a big meeting at work, or you come down with a virus before a special event. Although staying home is best when you’re sick to avoid spreading germs and give yourself … Continue reading 5 Easy Makeup Moves to Help You Look Alive When You’re Sick
They say the eyes are the windows to the soul. We don’t know if that’s true, but what we do know is that having perfectly healthy eyes—excellent vision and clear eyes, free of pain or other symptoms—are crucial to your … Continue reading Top Tips For A Better Eyesight
Dark under eye circles are among the top beauty concerns many women have—and one of the hardest to treat. No matter how many hours of sleep you may have gotten, those pesky dark hollows can make it appear like you … Continue reading Katy Perry Gets Filler Injected Under Her Eyes to Banish Dark Circles—But Is That Safe?
Sjögren’s syndrome is one of the most prevalent autoimmune diseases in the United States, affecting an estimated 7,000,000 people, with only 4,000,000 of those being diagnosed. While it primarily affects the salivary glands and tear ducts, it can also affect … Continue reading Sjogren’s Syndrome: 9 Natural Ways to Manage Self Care
In just a few decades cell phones have totally taken over our lives. Many times, it’s for the better. When was the last time you actually pulled a map out of the glove compartment to try to navigate somewhere? Or … Continue reading Cell Phone Health Impacts: How Are Devices Impacting Our Bodies?
Nutrient-rich, versatile and jam-packed with health benefits, the black currant may not be well-known around the world, but it should be. Continue reading Black Currant: The Antioxidant, Immunity-Boosting Berry
Dry eye is a condition in which inadequate tear production leads to eyes that burn, sting, or feel gritty, among other symptoms. Continue reading 7 Medications That Dry Out Your Eyes
A new government report warns that bad habits (like wearing your lenses to bed) can lead to eye infections and possibly permanent injuries. Continue reading 7 Mistakes You’re Making With Your Contacts
Long, luscious eyelashes have long been sought-after, and products to help create that look have been developed for decades. Mascara is one of those products loved … Continue reading Mineral-Based Lavender Homemade Mascara
Concealer isn’t the only way to fake eight hours. Research found that a combo of liner and mascara made eyes look 6 percent bigger. Continue reading How To Make Your Eyes Look Bigger
You’ve probably heard that carrots and other orange-colored fruits and vegetables promote eye health and protect vision, and it’s true. Continue reading 5 Foods for Healthy Eyes