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  • Ahh, as cores sólidas ...nunca saem de moda e sempre nos deixam mais elegantes e bonitas. E nesse modelo de macacão , elas ficam perfeitas, né? Adquira o seu agora e arrase com ele aonde for! 😘 #heroessports #rash #heroessportsbr
  • Ahh, as cores sólidas ...nunca saem de moda e sempre nos deixam mais elegantes e bonitas. E nesse modelo de macacão , elas ficam perfeitas, né? Adquira o seu agora e arrase com ele aonde for! 😘 #heroessports #rash #heroessportsbr
  • 3,285 26 13 January, 2019
  • Just because you don’t see a rash or redness doesn’t mean low-grade inflammation isn’t happening below the visible surface of the skin. In fact, chronic inflammation may not show up as a rash at all. It very well could appear as puffy eyes, some types of acne, dryness, flakiness, and a textured look and feel to the skin. Certain skin conditions like psoriasis, eczema or rosacea can be acerbated and even a premature breaking down of collagen and elastin which can cause fine lines and wrinkles to show up sooner.
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To further explain, think of it this way - it’s proven that the sun damages the skin. Unless you get a sunburn you don’t see or feel damage happening. That doesn’t mean those skin cells aren't being damaged or have a bigger potential of turning into skin cancer. It’s still happening and it’s the same with using irritating skin care ingredients. While it may not be visible short term, it’s certainly will be in the long term whether you realize it or not!
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#babeandbeauty #esthetician #estheticianblogger #skin #skincare #mythmonday #skinmyths #skincareexpert #acne #inflammation #eczema #rash #skinrash #stives #stivesapricotscrub
  • Just because you don’t see a rash or redness doesn’t mean low-grade inflammation isn’t happening below the visible surface of the skin. In fact, chronic inflammation may not show up as a rash at all. It very well could appear as puffy eyes, some types of acne, dryness, flakiness, and a textured look and feel to the skin. Certain skin conditions like psoriasis, eczema or rosacea can be acerbated and even a premature breaking down of collagen and elastin which can cause fine lines and wrinkles to show up sooner.
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    To further explain, think of it this way - it’s proven that the sun damages the skin. Unless you get a sunburn you don’t see or feel damage happening. That doesn’t mean those skin cells aren't being damaged or have a bigger potential of turning into skin cancer. It’s still happening and it’s the same with using irritating skin care ingredients. While it may not be visible short term, it’s certainly will be in the long term whether you realize it or not!
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    #babeandbeauty #esthetician #estheticianblogger #skin #skincare #mythmonday #skinmyths #skincareexpert #acne #inflammation #eczema #rash #skinrash #stives #stivesapricotscrub
  • 770 18 18 February, 2019
  • Image Challenge: A 73-year-old woman presented to the #dermatology clinic with an 11-month history of an evolving pruritic, erythematous #rash on her thighs and buttocks. On physical examination she was noted to have polycyclic erythematous plaques. What is the most likely diagnosis? Visit the link in our bio to submit your answer. 
#primarycare #clinicalpractice #medical #meded #medicaleducation
  • Image Challenge: A 73-year-old woman presented to the #dermatology clinic with an 11-month history of an evolving pruritic, erythematous #rash on her thighs and buttocks. On physical examination she was noted to have polycyclic erythematous plaques. What is the most likely diagnosis? Visit the link in our bio to submit your answer.
    #primarycare #clinicalpractice #medical #meded #medicaleducation
  • 1,090 67 11 January, 2019
  • This is literally called a strawberry tongue!! 👅🍓
An 8-year-old girl was admitted to the hospital with 7-day history of fever and rash. She had a diffuse macular rash, fissured lips, and strawberry tongue, and her temperature was 39°C. She had nonexudative conjunctival injection in both eyes, a few enlarged cervical lymph nodes, erythema of the palms and soles, mild edema of the hands, and periungual desquamation. The cardiac examination was normal. A clinical diagnosis of Kawasaki’s disease was made.
Kawasaki’s disease is a vasculitis of childhood. It occurs most frequently in children younger than 5 years of age and typically affects medium-sized arteries in any body organ but there is a predilection for the coronary vessels.
One extremely characteristic feature is red, dry, cracked lips and an extremely red, swollen tongue (strawberry tongue).
Other symptoms are fever, conjunctivitis, lymphadenopathy, and mucocutaneous inflammation (erythema of lips, tongue, palate; peripheral edema, desquamation, and generalized rash).
Accurate diagnosis and early therapeutic interventions can decrease the risk of coronary-artery abnormalities. There is no diagnostic test that is specific for Kawasaki’s disease; diagnosis is based on characteristic clinical findings and the exclusion of other possibilities in the differential diagnosis, including other infectious exanthems of childhood and reactions to drugs.
She was treated with aspirin and immune globulin on admission and at a follow-up visit 8 weeks later.
Image by @nejm
  • This is literally called a strawberry tongue!! 👅🍓
    An 8-year-old girl was admitted to the hospital with 7-day history of fever and rash. She had a diffuse macular rash, fissured lips, and strawberry tongue, and her temperature was 39°C. She had nonexudative conjunctival injection in both eyes, a few enlarged cervical lymph nodes, erythema of the palms and soles, mild edema of the hands, and periungual desquamation. The cardiac examination was normal. A clinical diagnosis of Kawasaki’s disease was made.
    Kawasaki’s disease is a vasculitis of childhood. It occurs most frequently in children younger than 5 years of age and typically affects medium-sized arteries in any body organ but there is a predilection for the coronary vessels.
    One extremely characteristic feature is red, dry, cracked lips and an extremely red, swollen tongue (strawberry tongue).
    Other symptoms are fever, conjunctivitis, lymphadenopathy, and mucocutaneous inflammation (erythema of lips, tongue, palate; peripheral edema, desquamation, and generalized rash).
    Accurate diagnosis and early therapeutic interventions can decrease the risk of coronary-artery abnormalities. There is no diagnostic test that is specific for Kawasaki’s disease; diagnosis is based on characteristic clinical findings and the exclusion of other possibilities in the differential diagnosis, including other infectious exanthems of childhood and reactions to drugs.
    She was treated with aspirin and immune globulin on admission and at a follow-up visit 8 weeks later.
    Image by @nejm
  • 38,457 663 28 December, 2018
  • DISCLAIMER: THIS POST IS PERSONAL
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Since I want inspire others, I have to be open & honest. So here’s a quick insight into my healing journey:
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2014: The beginning. I was dealing with a lot of personal turmoil. Although that’s a story I do not often share, it caused great pain and I felt alone. Unsurprisingly, my body started to physically react to my emotional state. Rashes started to appear all over. After multiple skin biopsies, my Dermatomyositis diagnosis was confirmed.
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2015: The worst year. Dermatologists, Rheumatologists, medication after medication, my skin was not getting any better. Steroid creams scarred my body, prednisone made me depressed, I was injecting myself twice a week with some gel that cost over $20k, yet my symptoms worsened & with that, I lost myself.. my self esteem & happiness disappeared.. why me? After 6 months of conventional medicine, I was done.. it wasn’t for me. I knew in my heart this wasn’t going to be my path so I went off all medications cold turkey & pursued naturopathic medicine.
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2016: A new beginning. I researched functional medicine/ways to heal naturally. I made small changes in my diet but still dealt with rashes, frequent flares-ups, and a sense of helplessness. Yet, I knew that I had to take my health into my own hands.
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2017: The year of change. My diet continued to change. After discovering @medicalmedium the year before, I was ready to make two major changes: incorporating a lot of fruit & eliminating animal products. These two changes were/are the basis of my healing. I finally felt like I was on the right path.
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2018: The year of hope. I was feeling like myself again. The symptoms were still there, but so much less intense and frequent. I finally felt like I had control over my body.. and that was the best feeling I could ask for. I felt like there was hope again, like I could heal & be happy.
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2019: The year of self-love. Although I have my bad days, I try to focus on the progress I’ve made (photos attached). I am healing everyday. I am choosing to put my health first, physically and emotionally. Healing is not linear. I am on the right path 🙏🏼🕊🌱
  • DISCLAIMER: THIS POST IS PERSONAL

    Since I want inspire others, I have to be open & honest. So here’s a quick insight into my healing journey:

    2014: The beginning. I was dealing with a lot of personal turmoil. Although that’s a story I do not often share, it caused great pain and I felt alone. Unsurprisingly, my body started to physically react to my emotional state. Rashes started to appear all over. After multiple skin biopsies, my Dermatomyositis diagnosis was confirmed.

    2015: The worst year. Dermatologists, Rheumatologists, medication after medication, my skin was not getting any better. Steroid creams scarred my body, prednisone made me depressed, I was injecting myself twice a week with some gel that cost over $20k, yet my symptoms worsened & with that, I lost myself.. my self esteem & happiness disappeared.. why me? After 6 months of conventional medicine, I was done.. it wasn’t for me. I knew in my heart this wasn’t going to be my path so I went off all medications cold turkey & pursued naturopathic medicine.

    2016: A new beginning. I researched functional medicine/ways to heal naturally. I made small changes in my diet but still dealt with rashes, frequent flares-ups, and a sense of helplessness. Yet, I knew that I had to take my health into my own hands.

    2017: The year of change. My diet continued to change. After discovering @medicalmedium the year before, I was ready to make two major changes: incorporating a lot of fruit & eliminating animal products. These two changes were/are the basis of my healing. I finally felt like I was on the right path.

    2018: The year of hope. I was feeling like myself again. The symptoms were still there, but so much less intense and frequent. I finally felt like I had control over my body.. and that was the best feeling I could ask for. I felt like there was hope again, like I could heal & be happy.

    2019: The year of self-love. Although I have my bad days, I try to focus on the progress I’ve made (photos attached). I am healing everyday. I am choosing to put my health first, physically and emotionally. Healing is not linear. I am on the right path 🙏🏼🕊🌱
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  • After bbq #Rash ไงล่ะ (นานเท่าไหร่ไม่ได้คลัก) ผด ผื่น คัน ทั้งหน้า ตุ่มใหญ่ทั้งนั้น 😭😭
  • After bbq #Rash ไงล่ะ (นานเท่าไหร่ไม่ได้คลัก) ผด ผื่น คัน ทั้งหน้า ตุ่มใหญ่ทั้งนั้น 😭😭
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  • AKNT levando o melhor do Progressive House!

Rash, Carnaval Bloco de rua 2019

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    Dia 01, 03 e 05 de Março em SJK - SP

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  • Um carnaval que jamais foi visto no Vale - SP com o melhor da música Underground que a nossa querida RASH vem trazendo.  Se liga nesse bloco que tá vindo aí e promete que vai ser pesado 🔊🔊 Compartilhe, confirme presença e compareça!
  • Um carnaval que jamais foi visto no Vale - SP com o melhor da música Underground que a nossa querida RASH vem trazendo. Se liga nesse bloco que tá vindo aí e promete que vai ser pesado 🔊🔊 Compartilhe, confirme presença e compareça!
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  • Pouch feito à mão, um por um e feito pra guardar o que você precisa! ⚡️💚
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  • Yes it works for young one’s eczema! “Hi just wanted to give you an update on charlotte, her skin is so much better, people can't believe the difference when they see her! Thank you so much!”
Sara Dibb

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Robertson's Skin Repair Ointment is recommended for the effective symptomatic relief of eczema and treatment of dry and inflamed skin conditions.

#eczema #eczemarelief
  • Yes it works for young one’s eczema! “Hi just wanted to give you an update on charlotte, her skin is so much better, people can't believe the difference when they see her! Thank you so much!”
    Sara Dibb

    TO BUY NOW: www.eczemarelief.com.au

    Robertson's Skin Repair Ointment is recommended for the effective symptomatic relief of eczema and treatment of dry and inflamed skin conditions.

    #eczema #eczemarelief
  • 23 2 10 hours ago
  • DISCLAIMER: THIS POST IS PERSONAL
•
Since I want inspire others, I have to be open & honest. So here’s a quick insight into my healing journey:
•
2014: The beginning. I was dealing with a lot of personal turmoil. Although that’s a story I do not often share, it caused great pain and I felt alone. Unsurprisingly, my body started to physically react to my emotional state. Rashes started to appear all over. After multiple skin biopsies, my Dermatomyositis diagnosis was confirmed.
•
2015: The worst year. Dermatologists, Rheumatologists, medication after medication, my skin was not getting any better. Steroid creams scarred my body, prednisone made me depressed, I was injecting myself twice a week with some gel that cost over $20k, yet my symptoms worsened & with that, I lost myself.. my self esteem & happiness disappeared.. why me? After 6 months of conventional medicine, I was done.. it wasn’t for me. I knew in my heart this wasn’t going to be my path so I went off all medications cold turkey & pursued naturopathic medicine.
•
2016: A new beginning. I researched functional medicine/ways to heal naturally. I made small changes in my diet but still dealt with rashes, frequent flares-ups, and a sense of helplessness. Yet, I knew that I had to take my health into my own hands.
•
2017: The year of change. My diet continued to change. After discovering @medicalmedium the year before, I was ready to make two major changes: incorporating a lot of fruit & eliminating animal products. These two changes were/are the basis of my healing. I finally felt like I was on the right path.
•
2018: The year of hope. I was feeling like myself again. The symptoms were still there, but so much less intense and frequent. I finally felt like I had control over my body.. and that was the best feeling I could ask for. I felt like there was hope again, like I could heal & be happy.
•
2019: The year of self-love. Although I have my bad days, I try to focus on the progress I’ve made (photos attached). I am healing everyday. I am choosing to put my health first, physically and emotionally. Healing is not linear. I am on the right path 🙏🏼🕊🌱
  • DISCLAIMER: THIS POST IS PERSONAL

    Since I want inspire others, I have to be open & honest. So here’s a quick insight into my healing journey:

    2014: The beginning. I was dealing with a lot of personal turmoil. Although that’s a story I do not often share, it caused great pain and I felt alone. Unsurprisingly, my body started to physically react to my emotional state. Rashes started to appear all over. After multiple skin biopsies, my Dermatomyositis diagnosis was confirmed.

    2015: The worst year. Dermatologists, Rheumatologists, medication after medication, my skin was not getting any better. Steroid creams scarred my body, prednisone made me depressed, I was injecting myself twice a week with some gel that cost over $20k, yet my symptoms worsened & with that, I lost myself.. my self esteem & happiness disappeared.. why me? After 6 months of conventional medicine, I was done.. it wasn’t for me. I knew in my heart this wasn’t going to be my path so I went off all medications cold turkey & pursued naturopathic medicine.

    2016: A new beginning. I researched functional medicine/ways to heal naturally. I made small changes in my diet but still dealt with rashes, frequent flares-ups, and a sense of helplessness. Yet, I knew that I had to take my health into my own hands.

    2017: The year of change. My diet continued to change. After discovering @medicalmedium the year before, I was ready to make two major changes: incorporating a lot of fruit & eliminating animal products. These two changes were/are the basis of my healing. I finally felt like I was on the right path.

    2018: The year of hope. I was feeling like myself again. The symptoms were still there, but so much less intense and frequent. I finally felt like I had control over my body.. and that was the best feeling I could ask for. I felt like there was hope again, like I could heal & be happy.

    2019: The year of self-love. Although I have my bad days, I try to focus on the progress I’ve made (photos attached). I am healing everyday. I am choosing to put my health first, physically and emotionally. Healing is not linear. I am on the right path 🙏🏼🕊🌱
  • 120 43 11 hours ago
  • An oldie, but goodie! A few years back my little one was so impressed with how Lavender helped calm and support a #rash that developed from a random reaction to an unknown allergen. .
We applied a couple drops of Lavender and then followed with liquid coconut oil. We did have to re-apply a few times, but it was all we needed + it felt so good knowing it was safe for her skin! .
Hope your #free #Lavender is on its way from yesterday’s #BOGO!💜
  • An oldie, but goodie! A few years back my little one was so impressed with how Lavender helped calm and support a #rash that developed from a random reaction to an unknown allergen. .
    We applied a couple drops of Lavender and then followed with liquid coconut oil. We did have to re-apply a few times, but it was all we needed + it felt so good knowing it was safe for her skin! .
    Hope your #free #Lavender is on its way from yesterday’s #BOGO !💜
  • 10 2 13 hours ago
  • PSORIATIC ARTHRITIS & DERMA-X DAN ZANIPLUS

Saya melawat seorang pesakit yang boleh dikatakan baru mencuba produk @houseofhealinofficial untuk merawat penyakitnya. Saya pergi tengok sendiri perrkembangannya.

Azizan, 29 tahun menghidapi Psoriatic Arthritis yang menyebabkan dia tak mampu bangun dan bergerak. Kulitnya penuh sisik-sisik kulit kering yang sangat gatal dan menyebabkan ketidakselesaan. Kesian saya dengar bila dia kata dah 3 tahun dia terlantar dan bermacam cara dicuba untuk pulih kembali.

Boleh tengok sendiri keadaan awalnya dalam gambar. Gambar selepas itu ialah bila kami datang melawat. Selepas 2 minggu mengamal produk Zaniplus, yang terbukti mampu merangsang pembaharuan sel-sel dalam badan bagi mempercepatkan pertumbuhan kulit baru, dan menyapu Derma-X kepada kulit, boleh nampak jelas perubahan pada Azizan.

Kakinya yang pada mulanya keras tidak boleh bengkok, kini boleh dibengkok dan digerak. Kulit badan dan wajahnya juga dah tak kering dan bersisik, dan nampak lebih segar. Namun, masih ada beberapa bulan lagi untuk Azizan betul-betul sembuh. Sementara itu, kami akan terus memantau keadaannya dan membantu beliau untuk sembuh.

Untuk pengetahuan anda, bila Zaniplus merangsang pembaharuan sel-sel dalam badan, ia juga merangsang pemudaan badan, mempercepatkan penyembuhan penyakit dan menambahkan tenaga kepada pengamalnya. Jika kita konsisten mengamalkan kita tidak mudah letih, lemah, dan jatuh sakit. —————————————————-
Share dan Like page Dato' Dr Hassan Yaakob
Website : houseofhealin.com

#psoriasis #healthy #life #skin #beauty #skincare #arthritis #health #medicine #skincareroutine #healthyskin #eczema #rash
  • PSORIATIC ARTHRITIS & DERMA-X DAN ZANIPLUS

    Saya melawat seorang pesakit yang boleh dikatakan baru mencuba produk @houseofhealinofficial untuk merawat penyakitnya. Saya pergi tengok sendiri perrkembangannya.

    Azizan, 29 tahun menghidapi Psoriatic Arthritis yang menyebabkan dia tak mampu bangun dan bergerak. Kulitnya penuh sisik-sisik kulit kering yang sangat gatal dan menyebabkan ketidakselesaan. Kesian saya dengar bila dia kata dah 3 tahun dia terlantar dan bermacam cara dicuba untuk pulih kembali.

    Boleh tengok sendiri keadaan awalnya dalam gambar. Gambar selepas itu ialah bila kami datang melawat. Selepas 2 minggu mengamal produk Zaniplus, yang terbukti mampu merangsang pembaharuan sel-sel dalam badan bagi mempercepatkan pertumbuhan kulit baru, dan menyapu Derma-X kepada kulit, boleh nampak jelas perubahan pada Azizan.

    Kakinya yang pada mulanya keras tidak boleh bengkok, kini boleh dibengkok dan digerak. Kulit badan dan wajahnya juga dah tak kering dan bersisik, dan nampak lebih segar. Namun, masih ada beberapa bulan lagi untuk Azizan betul-betul sembuh. Sementara itu, kami akan terus memantau keadaannya dan membantu beliau untuk sembuh.

    Untuk pengetahuan anda, bila Zaniplus merangsang pembaharuan sel-sel dalam badan, ia juga merangsang pemudaan badan, mempercepatkan penyembuhan penyakit dan menambahkan tenaga kepada pengamalnya. Jika kita konsisten mengamalkan kita tidak mudah letih, lemah, dan jatuh sakit. —————————————————-
    Share dan Like page Dato' Dr Hassan Yaakob
    Website : houseofhealin.com

    #psoriasis #healthy #life #skin #beauty #skincare #arthritis #health #medicine #skincareroutine #healthyskin #eczema #rash
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