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 Does Aloe Vera help take away Acne?

 Am I alergic to this deodorant?
I have this huge cut under neath my armpit and it kills to put deodorant on and it kills to like raise my hand. I think it started happining after i started using High Endurance Smooth Blast deod. ...

 what should I use to get rid of my acne, I've tried basically everything.?

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ok so my bf game me a hickey and a tonn of my family is coming in town for xmas and i have a hickey

 im 16 and need help?
im 15 years old and only weigh 100lbs. i need serious help to put on weight. im gonna be starting college in 2 months and want two use the time wisely to put weight on.plzzzzzzzzzzzz help ...

 what to do about a mole?
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 what are moquito's attracted to? please answer.?
I have these really bad mosquito bites on my legs, and they have really swollen up.

I had lots last year in the summer too.

Just what are they attracted to and how can I prevent ...

 Does anyone know what causes a rash under a ring on your finger?
My husband just started wearing his new wedding ring which is made of Tungsten and after about 2 weeks he began to notice irritation and a swelling rash on his ring finger underneath the ring. Do you ...

 My forehead is always covered in acne how do i fix this?
and im 27 not a ...

 I heard lemon juice is good for healing acne scars, I have some lemon juice how do I use it on my skin?
Had an acne promblem last year and used tablet treatment to get rid of the acne. I know have acne marks and found out about how lemon juice helps. But I never found out how to use it - am I meant to ...

 Why are my hands and feet always cold?
I am only 12 and my hands and feet are cold non stop, even in the summer? whats wrong with me?...

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 Please help me with my acne!?
I just recently got so much acne on my forehead. and a HUGE red dot on my left cheek. and im getting alot of armpit hair under my right arm because it is the dominant arm. My left arm barely has any. ...

 What is a good acne removal product?
What is a good acne removal product, that removes pimples, and prevents them from coming out.
I've already tried proactive and it did not work!...

 Bite on my neck? please help
i got out of my shower and i noticed a small bump on the back of my neck

i used my phone to take a picture, and it looks like a red bump

i dont think its a zit or anything

 how to get rid of a small mole?
i have a little small flat-ish mole freckle thingy on my face. its not even risen at all, except a tiny tiny bit. it just was in the middle of my forehead one day. is there anything i can do besides ...

 how to get rid of acne by friday?
so i have to go to a sleepover on friday, and my skin just broke out really bad.
i use acne free 3 step program and last night i put on clean and clear persa gel.

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 There are little red bumps on my hands, lower arms, neck and now they're spreading to the rest of me. help!
i'm on vacation on florida right now...it could be an allergic reaction i guess, but i haven't been eating, drinking or around anything new that could have caused it. they're really ...

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why are my hands cold and purple?!?
Why are my hands always cold? my girlfriends hands (and pretty much everyone else's) are always warm it seems like. My hands are also always red or purple; they are never white and warm like everyone else. does anyone know what causes this? and especially... does anybody know how to solve my problem?
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yes i am slightly underweight and very skinny. would working out and building muscle helps this problem?

Albino Troll
Because you cut yourself?

Me too! My mom and I both have this we went to the doctor and he said we have a harmelss disese that turns your hands purple its called rhenods (I don't know how to spell it) if you type it in on google it will give you a lot of info. Start wearing gloves in the winter so it doesn't start hurting when your older. My mom didn't wear gloves and now when she gets it it hurts.. Good Luck!


It's a circulation problem, my mom has it, and if you don't get it checked out by a doctor, you could potentially lose your hands, so if I were you I'd be hot-footin' it to the doc's office!

Seph G
you should see a docter on this one yahoo can't fix every thing

heeyy yeah my friend has this problemm its a circulatory thing called reynolds diesease basics makes ure hands purple! got to a doctor they can give u pills to sort itt!!

Ryan A
Your body is either moving blood to your vital organs because of your core tempature bieng low due to you bieng underwieght or your veins and capaliaries are constricted because of a small embalysem or clot. You need a angiogram from a Doctor.

i have a lil bit of that too especially when its cold outside.... its from bad circulation!

ask your pharmacist!... they have stuff ta help it a bit! :)


click that link, it explains it.. nothing to worry about, unless it is really bad, i have the same thing, just minor.. its basically you are not getting enough blood flow cause the circulation to slow, then purplish hands, and coldness.. see your doctor just in case though

u say you are purple and red?

you r probably an oompa loompa

u should not have went to that candy factory...

you should see a doctor

I totally get you, happens the same to me...
but that's because I never wear gloves or anything in winter, I was told by everyone hah.
You have to keep them warm or they'll be red.

You may have Raynaud's disorder.

Raynaud's is a rare disorder that affects the arteries. Arteries are blood vessels that carry blood from your heart to different parts of your body.

Raynaud's is sometimes called a disease, syndrome, or phenomenon. The disorder is marked by brief episodes of vasospasm (narrowing of the blood vessels).

Vasospasm of the arteries reduces blood flow to the fingers and toes. In people who have Raynaud's, the disorder usually affects the fingers. In about 40 percent of people who have Raynaud's, it affects the toes. Rarely, the disorder affects the nose, ears, nipples, and lips.

In most cases, the cause of Raynaud's isn't known. This type of Raynaud's is called Raynaud's disease or primary Raynaud's.

Sometimes, a disease, condition, or other factor causes Raynaud's. This type of Raynaud's is known as Raynaud's phenomenon or secondary Raynaud's. Primary Raynaud's is more common and tends to be less severe than secondary Raynaud's.

If you have primary or secondary Raynaud's, cold temperatures or stressful emotions can trigger ‚ÄúRaynaud's attacks.‚ÄĚ During an attack, little or no blood flows to affected body parts.

As a result, the skin may turn white and then blue for a short time. As blood flow returns, the affected areas may turn red and may throb, tingle, burn, or feel numb.

In both types of Raynaud's, even mild or brief changes in temperature can cause attacks. For example, taking something out of the freezer or being exposed to temperatures below 60 degrees Fahrenheit can cause your fingers to turn blue.


Figure A shows arteries in the fingers (digital arteries) with normal blood flow. The inset image shows a cross-section of a digital artery. Figure B shows fingertips that have turned white due to blocked blood flow. Figure C shows narrowed digital arteries, causing blocked blood flow and blue fingertips. The inset image shows a cross-section of a narrowed digital artery.

Most people who have Raynaud's have no long-term tissue damage or disability. However, people who have severe Raynaud's can develop skin sores or gangrene from prolonged or repeated Raynaud's attacks. ‚ÄúGangrene‚ÄĚ refers to the death or decay of body tissues.

About 5 percent of the U.S. population has Raynaud's. For most people who have primary Raynaud's, the disorder is more of a bother than a serious illness. They usually can manage the condition with minor lifestyle changes.

Secondary Raynaud's may be harder to manage. However, several types of treatments are available to help prevent or relieve symptoms. With secondary Raynaud's, it's important to treat the underlying disease or condition that's causing it.

Researchers continue to look for better ways to diagnose and treat Raynaud's.

Morgan C
its called Reynods. (sp?) im not really sure what causes it.
my mom has it though. see a doctor about it, they have special medicine you can take for it.

Poor circulation mainly. Partly because you may be slender-framed. Partly also due to an acid-forming diet. Also, a lack of sufficient body fat.

i love colours:]
That's just the way some people's skin is, maybe your just cold try getting inside, don't worry about it.

CallmeLizza S
bad blood circulation could be the culprit. Sometimes lack of iron in your body could be the cause of this. Really there's a lot of reasons why this could be happening.. my close girlfriend actually has this problem but her hand colour is different because when she was young she almost got frost bite because she froze her hands very badly. You should get it checked out by a doctor.

You may just have poor circulation. Moderate excercise usually helps out with it a little.

Hmm..are you underweight? Because I myself am recovering from an eating disorder and I'm underweight, and my hands are slightly bluish and always FREEZING.

see a doctor ;]

u may b anemic and need more iron so for know it cornflakes because it is in iron then see a doc they may give u iron tablets

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