Month: March 2017

How to make acne disappear?

How to make acne disappear?

Health
Acne is very common, it affects especially young adolescents during puberty. The face is covered with pimples and badly treated, they can leave scars. But as any problem has its solution, The blogsanté.fr gives you some tips to fight acne daily and find a real baby skin. Summary: acne, a skin disease Black dots and white dots Other factors of acne Climate and pollution promote acne The 6 golden rules against acne Acne, a skin disease Acne is a skin disease or "dermatosis *" that is characterized by inflammation of the sebum-secreting glands resulting in comedone formation . This dermatosis usually occurs at puberty because during this period, the body of these future adults is in full hormonal turmoil. It is common to find that the most affected areas are often: the back and the face. Acn
The role of saliva

The role of saliva

Dental Care
Saliva, the liquid that moistens the mucous membranes of the mouth, is secreted by the parotid, sublingual, submaxillary salivary glands, and the accessory glands beneath the mucosa. It consists mainly of water (99%), proteins, electrolyte ions, mineral salts, digestive enzymes and organic elements (1%). An adult produces an average of 1 liter per day. The flow is higher in standing and lying down, less in sitting position, and minimal at night. Saliva plays several functions. It facilitates diction by lubricating the surface of the mucous membranes and intervenes in the digestion of food. Saliva and digestion Saliva facilitates swallowing and prepares food for digestion. It moistens foods during chewing to form a "food bowl". Thus lubricated, food slides easily to the esophagus which pre...
Cracks and crevices how to make them disappear quickly?

Cracks and crevices how to make them disappear quickly?

Health
Our winters are getting tougher and although specialty clothing brands are making big strides on heating or insulating materials, it's hard to miss a crack or crevice when part of our body is subjected to extreme temperature. Cracks or crevices are not fatalities, there are effective ways to guard against them. SUMMARY: How are cracks formed? The phenomenon of evaporation The phenomenon of vasoconstriction The consequences of dehydration How to protect against a crack? Chapped lips Chapped on the face Chapping or crevice on the hands 4 questions to a pharmacist Why cracks occur especially on the lips or hands? Why does a chafing hurt? How long can cracks disappear? Why have crevices appeared on my skin without being exposed to the cold? How are cracks formed? The word chapped is derived f...