How to Beat Breakouts (Acne Skincare Tips) | Model Recommends

Instagram: La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo – delivers worldwide: – if they haven’t any, then you can order on Boots but they don’t ship worldwide I don’t think… Boots are here: IMPORTANT! In the US, Duo is a spot treatment, NOT the all-over treatment that we have in the UK! OK, here’s a skin update video for you. I hope that these few acne and breakout tips help a few of you at least! It’s really hard to know which products work and which are making your acne worse or aggravating it, so my main rules would be: 1) Cleanse thoroughly with a gentle-yet-effective cleanser. If you want more recommendations, have a look at all of the ones I’ve reviewed on my site: 2) Cut out eating sugar and junk food. It REALLY works! 3) Don’t use harsh topical scrubs (with big bits in them! Those Apricot ones are the worst culprits.) They really aggravate already aggravated skin. If it’s a fine scrub, that’s OK, but avoid those cheap and nasty ones with huge lumps in! 4) Cleanse again. 5) Give the Effaclar Duo a go, if you can. It’s literally the best thing so far I’ve tried for my adult breakouts, I can’t imagine it would be any less effective on teen skin. Ruth xx Read more about Liquid Gold here: 111Skin Cleanser: Harrods Alpha-H Clear Skin Cleanser: Dr Jart Bubble Foam: Superfacialist Neroli Cleanser: Murad SPF15 Mattifier: Givenchy Eclat Mattisme (I use shade 4) Clarins

Change Your Brain, Change Your Life: The Breakthrough Program for Conquering Anxiety, Depression, Obsessiveness, Anger, and Impulsiveness

Severe depression can shrink the brain by blocking the formation of new nerve connections, a study has shown.

The effect disrupts circuits associated with mental functioning and emotion.

I have always noticed that when someone is suffering from depression they seem to have loss of concentration and memory as well as blunted emotional responses.  This is obviously the reason why.

Several genes involved in building synapses, the connection points between brain cells, were suppressed in people with MDD. ( major depressive disorder)

This was thought to contribute to shrinkage of the brain’s prefrontal cortex, which is known to occur in MDD sufferers.

Researchers in the US analysed brain tissue from patients who had died after being diagnosed with MDD.

They found molecular signs of reduced activity in genes necessary for the function and structure of brain synapses.

Evidence pointed to the involvement of a single genetic “switch”, or transcription factor — a protein called GATA1.

Turning on this genetic switch GATA1 reduced  the activity of the genes and triggered the loss of brain connections.

Study leader Professor Ronald Duman said: “We wanted to test the idea that stress causes a loss of brain synapses in humans.

“Ronald Duman  showed that the circuits involved in emotion, as well as cognition, are disrupted when this single transcription factor is activated.”

The research is published in the latest issue of the journal ‘Nature Medicine’.

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