skin care

Deadly skin cancer still not taken seriously

Deadly skin cancer still not taken seriously

Many Australians are surprisingly unconcerned about melanoma, says Nicola Ware, general manager of the Melanoma Institute Australia – mistakenly believing that the deadly skin cancer can simply be “burned off”.

Mater Baby Wash and Baby Moisturiser

Mater Mothers’ Hospitals are continuing the care they provide to mothers from hospital, into their homes... by launching two additions to their range of maternity and baby care products.

Tap into spinal awareness

Tap into spinal awareness

Every day in Australia, someone’s life changes due to a spinal cord injury – and there’s an immeasurable emotional, social and financial impact on that person, their family and friends.

Under the skin of psoriasis

Under the skin of psoriasis

If you have psoriasis, your natural impulse may be to hide the condition – many sufferers feel embarrassed about the appearance of affected skin, or afraid of how others could react.

But this World Psoriasis Day – today – campaigns are underway to help reduce the stigma and raise awareness of this common skin condition.

Fake it, don't bake it

Fake it, don't bake it

Many of us still want a healthy-looking golden glow without the dangers of real-life sun exposure. Sunny de Bruyn investigates how to get the best out of self-tan products…

Everybody knows by now that tanning is bad for you – whether under the sun’s rays or in a tanning bed. Faking it is the only way to go!

Outdoor workers at skin cancer risk

Outdoor workers at skin cancer risk

Mobile tele-dermatology service Skin Patrol has launched a new initiative, hoping to save the lives of 250 outdoor workers through its early and remote detection of melanoma and other skin cancer.

Skin Patrol uses a clinical model incorporating onsite doctors, digital imaging of suspicious lesions and remote dermatologist diagnosis.

Nails, hair, skin: naturally strong

With winter well and truly here it’s so important to nurture ourselves inside and out during these cooler months – in particular, our skin, nails and hair that can be left dry, brittle and lackluster from day-to-day exposure to the harsh winter elements of cold temperatures, wind and air-conditioned offices.

Curash Jumbo Wipes

Measuring almost double the size of a standard baby wipe, the extra large Jumbo wipes from Curash are super thick and super soft. Fragrance, soap and alcohol-free, the wipes may help to protect against nappy rash and are dermatologist and paediatrician tested.

10 ways to make your facial go further

Beauty blogger Emma-Charlotte Bangay has 10 tips to make your facial go further...

Any treat is worth savouring, whether it’s dark chocolate on a cold night, red wine at the end of a working day or a facial you’ve managed to fit into a frenetic month.

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