One of the perils of summer is the heat, which can result in itchy, raised, red bumps on your skin known as heat rash. These tiny, red bumps not only make you itch like crazy, they make you feel more self-conscious about your skin.
According to experts, these bumps are commonly caused by sweat trapped in your pores. One way to avoid this is to make sure to dry off after sweating, and by wearing breathable cotton fabrics that are open and airy. Some sunscreens, perfumes, and body lotions can also cause a rash once it comes in contact with a high temperatures. But the best tip is to always exfoliate your skin, since the dead skin cells can clog up your pores as well..
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Even if we don’t need to, we all think we could lose a few pounds. The only problem is we don’t have the stomach for all the hard work, literally! As a race, humanity loves to eat and we have an incredibly close bond with food. Read more
Women have 3 major trouble spots: the tummy, bottom, and arms. You cannot spot reduce fat because you will lose it all over, but you can spot enhance by targeting the areas to build lean muscle. Here are some tips for you to sculpt a perfect bikini body: Read more