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Looking good is a big part of feeling good. At Women’s Health Network, we understand how important it is to feel good about how you look. Even though we worry about changes to our appearance, the truth is that we can look good no matter how old we are.
Be radiant! Tips for better skin, hair and nails, reviewed by Sarika Arora, MD. Every woman can look her best at every age with this collection of ideas and tips for improving your skin and hair — and even your fingernails. Smoother skin, shinier hair and stronger fingernails can be yours if you work simultaneously from the inside, and the outside.
Seven tips for stunning skin in menopause. Skin care products cost women hundreds of dollars a year, but don’t offer much in return and often cause more harm than good. Here are seven natural skin tips to help your skin glow from the inside out.
Holistic skin care — healthy skin from the inside out. Aging skin, acne, rosacea — many women spend a fortune on skin care products in an attempt to keep their skin smooth, supple and youthful. But you don’t have to. Learn the connection between inflammation and healthy skin — and how to prevent aging skin and skin conditions naturally.
8 ways to naturally reduce the appearance of cellulite. Cellulite is often linked to hormonal transitions. Here are factors that cause cellulite or make it worse, and the steps you can take to naturally reduce the appearance of cellulite or prevent it all together.
Hair loss in women, reviewed by Dr. Mary James, ND. Thinning hair is a common and emotionally devastating problem for women in perimenopause and menopause. Once you understand that your hair is a reflection of your overall health picture, you can take natural steps to improve your health and reverse thinning hair.
I have hair where? Coping with unwanted hair growth, reviewed by Dr. Amber Hayden, DO. Excess hair growth, including facial hair or chest hair, can affect women before and during menopause for many reasons — most of them benign. If you’ve been wondering whether those hairs in your chin are normal, read on to find out what you can do about unwanted hair growth.
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