Skin Conditions Cosmetic Treatment


Everyone in the community will suffer from at least one skin condition during their lifetime. Conditions such as warts and acne are almost universal at certain ages. Let's have a look at several of them.

Acne (pimples)
A common skin condition characterized by the presence of various spots called comedones (blackheads and whiteheads), papules, pustules, and, in severe cases, nodules and cysts.

How to treat?
You can prevent acne by keeping your skin clean, gently wash your skin with a mild soap or with an unperfumed cleanser in lukewarm water about twice a day. You may also try to use products containing benzoyl proxide; this has an antibacterial action and encourages your skin to shed its surface layer of dead cells. Retinoids such as tretinoin and isotretinoin - these are medicines based on vitamin A that work by unblocking your pores. You should avoid the sun if you're using retinoids as they can make your skin more prone to redness, stinging and dryness. You shouldn't use retinoids if you're pregnant or breastfeeding as they can cause harm to your baby (teratogenic). Antibiotic lotions, such as erythromycin or clindamycin - these can help control the P. acnes bacteria on your skin. You will usually be advised to continue with your treatment for two months.

is a general term for many types of skin inflammation (dermatitis). The most common form of eczema is atopic dermatitis. Eczema can affect people of any age, although the condition is most common in infants, and about 85% of those affected have an onset prior to 5 years of age.

How to treat?
Keeping the skin well hydrated through the application of creams or ointments (with a low water and high oil content) as well as avoiding over-bathing is an important step in treatment. Apply emollient creams such as petrolatum-based creams to the body immediately after a five-minute lukewarm bath. Corticosteroid creams are sometimes prescribed to decrease the inflammatory reaction in the skin.

Psoriasis is a noncontagious common skin condition that causes rapid skin cell reproduction resulting in red, dry patches of thickened skin.

How to treat?
The best treatment of this disease is determined by your physician. For mild disease that involves only small areas of the body (like less than 10% of the total skin surface), topical (skin applied) creams, lotions, and sprays may be very effective and safe to use. Occasionally, a small local injection of steroids directly into a tough or resistant isolated psoriasis plaque may be helpful. Moderate to severe disease may require systematic treatment such as pills or injections.

Those of you who are not fully satisfied with the traditional treatments provided by your physician can always take their treatment to another level, and visit the "Dead sea" in Israel.

For decades the Dead sea attracted visitors from around the globe who wanted not only to see this wander of the nature, but also to contribute to their health. the Dead Sea is the lowest place on earth which has its benefits. Sufferers of the skin disorder psoriasis benefit from the ability to sunbathe for long periods in the area due to its position below sea level and subsequent result that many of the sun's harmful UV rays are reduced. In addition there are many therapies which you can Endeavour.

For example -
Climatotherapy: Treatment which exploits local climatic features such as temperature, humidity, sunshine and Thalassotherapy: Treatment that exploits bathing in Dead Sea water

It is important to keep in mind that as with any medical condition, all medications carry possible side effects. No medication is 100% effective for everyone, and no medication is 100% safe. The decision to use any medication requires thorough consideration and discussion with your physician.

About Ein Gedi Sea Of Spa - Ein Gedi Sulfur Pools

Welcome to the Ein Gedi Sea Of Spa sulfur pools resort. Upon arrival, an enjoyable holistic experience of nature, body and soul awaits you. Two pools of Thermo-Mineral hot water straight from the depths of earth are available for your relaxation.

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The Resort. 8:30 - 16:30
The Beach. 8:30 - 16:00