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Monday, 13 October 2008

A Review Of Dr Murad Skin Care

Murad Skin Care

Everyone is under stress these days. We all have too much to do and not enough time to do it. So – what does Dr. Murad say about the stress we are all under and how it relates to skincare?

Stress affects our skin in multiple negatives ways: Increased rosacea, acne and facial hair. Rosacea is a condition that is extremely common. The tell-tale signs are the red splotches on the face and the acne-like condition of the skin. Other symptoms include tiny lines of visible veins and red, watery eyes. The medical community does not have a known cause and is not considered a severe medical condition like heart disease or diabetes. However, the condition can be extremely damaging to one’s self-esteem and emotional health. Acne can occur in two forms: Non-inflammatory in the form of a whitehead or blackhead and Inflammatory, which is where the skin actually erupts and is known as a “zit” or “pimple”. Facial Hair, though OK for men, is an irritant to women! Although it has been widely known that hormonal changes in women can cause facial hair to grow, Dr. Murad remains firm in his conviction that stress does as well.

Dr. Murad has three ways to treat skin issues related to cultural stress:

- Topical treatments. These are the lotions and skin creams that combat the symptoms of rosacea, acne or facial hair. Dr. Murad has a multitude of products for every skin type and issue area.

- Internal Care. This is basically good old-fashioned taking care of one’s body. This includes a healthy diet, full of fruits and vegetables, as well as dietary supplements to ensure that one gets all the nutrients he needs in one day. And – of course – drink plenty of water!

- Emotional Care. We all need to lean on someone and feel fulfilled. Dr. Murad heartily espouses that we need to take care of not only our body, but our emotions. One can do this through hobbies or with good friendships and laughter.

The good doctor is a board certified dermatologist in California and not only has built a thriving practice, but also holds multiple patents, has created several lines of skin care and is an author. The philosophy of Dr. Murad is important. He does not only say his products can help our skin, but his philosophy helps us build a healthy life from a holistic perspective.

It has been said that “beauty is only skin deep.” Dr. Murad believes in good skin care, but also believes there are limits to the dermis layer! He goes beyond the dermis layer to look at the person as a whole. Isn’t this what a good practitioner does?

BY: Jim King

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