Are you using an antiperspirant or a deodorant? Do you even know? We have two types of sweat glands and two types of deodorant. In this video I’ll explain the difference and how to choose the product best for you. Please note that I’m a lifelong fan of Dove products and that I’m a consultant to Unilever, the company that makes Dove Men +Care.
What does eating a banana have to do with dark circles? Watch and you’ll see.
Dark circles under your eyes is a common cosmetic problem. In this video I’ll show you three tips to improve dark under-eye circles, and the real secret that all celebrities use (including me). 🙂
Eczema is a common skin disorder in children. It’s caused by an over-active immune system and damaged skin. The damaged skin allows for bacteria and other irritants to enter the skin. This leads to more inflammation and worsening of the eczema. Scratching only damages the skin making it easier for bacteria to penetrate. Here’s a short video that explains what causes eczema.
Dark under-eye circles are a common cosmetic problem. Here I’ll explain a few reasons why you might develop dark circles. Do you have any tips for improving dark circles? Post them in the comments and I might include it in the next video!
Acne can be treated with topical and oral medications. A common choice is doxycycline antibiotic. In this video I explain how it works and tell you two common side effects of this medication. There are other risks and precautions when taking doxycycline, so be sure to discuss them with your physician and pharmacist before taking this or any other medication.
Dr. Benabio shows you how to use alcohol sanitizer correctly to kill bacteria and other germs on your hands.
Did you pack an alcohol sanitizer in your child’s backpack? Bacteria love to hang-out at schools and methicillin resistant staph aureus (MRSA) is a bacterial bad-boy that you want your children to stay away from. Alcohol sanitizers are a great way to reduce the risk of infection. Be sure you choose one with at least 60% alcohol, and be sure to use it right way. Not sure how? Watch and I’ll show you.
Toothpastes gets your teeth clean, but can it treat a pimple? In a pinch, yes. Dr. Benabio explains how it works.