Blogs (Articles/Ghost Writing)
Skinsight’s SkinMatters Blog created by Logical Images
The following are a small excerpt of the many, regular blog entries I wrote over a two and a half year period with Logical Images. I worked through an agency but communicated directly with Logical Images.
Linea Negra, or the Dark Line of Pregnancy
During the 9 months of pregnancy, a woman’s body goes through extraordinary changes. If this is your first pregnancy, you might be astonished by the number of small surprises that you discover during your term as a result of pregnancy’s effect on the skin. One of these may be a thin, darkish line that runs from the naval (belly button) to the pubic area. This line can also extend from the pubic area through the naval to the top of the belly. No need to worry, though! This is linea nigra, a common – and harmless – skin condition of pregnancy.
Colorful Terms for Dry Skin
Insights from Dr. Elaine Gilmore on Jan. 13, 2011
During winter, skin is subjected to an increased amount of moisture loss. As a result, I hear the term dry skin used a lot. There really are many terms in dermatology related to dry skin. In fact, the term dry skin is a layman’s phrase. I’m going to share some of the more colorful and interesting terms physicians use to describe this condition. Often, the medical term itself is a clue to the symptoms it is referring to. I selected and interpreted a few terms that I find particularly interesting and relevant to this time of year.
Exfoliants and Emollients Part I: Weeding Your Way through The Marketplace
Insights from Dr. Lisa Ginn on Sept. 14, 2010
With so many skin care products in the marketplace, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by selection. This post is the first of a two-part series where I will explain the different types of products in a skin care regime. My goal is to help you understand
- Which products do what,
- How often to use them,
- What to look for in the ingredient labels, and
- Which selections are best for your skin type and budget.
These two posts will cover cleansers, exfoliants, humectants, antioxidants, and moisturizers.
Malignant Melanoma – How I Saved My Life
Insights from Rory Burrill on May 26, 2010
Did you know approximately 20 out of every 100,000 light-skinned people will develop malignant melanoma? With odds like that you might not think it’s worth it to give much thought to this cancer. But malignant melanoma is real. I was one of those 20 in 100,000. My story isn’t unusual. In fact, you may find that my sun exposure sounds a lot like yours.
Castleview 3D’s Life Should Be in 3D
The owner of Castleview 3D uses her blog to show off her insights and dedication to staying on the front edge of 3D rendering technology. Contrary to common blog advice, she does not post regularly but her blog has served her professional needs in attracting new leads and clients. My posts with Castleview 3D begin on Jan. 23, 2014.
3 Apps for Choosing Paint Color
Have you ever tried a new color in your home that looked enticing on the palette card but not so great on your walls? Or maybe you’re nervous about straying away from white because you don’t want to risk an eye-catching color that isn’t what you thought?
Help is here! Read on to enjoy the fun and convenience of bringing the perfect color into your home.
3D Renderings from an architect?
Is it reasonable to expect an architect to provide 3D renderings of remodel ideas?
Recently, I received an inquiry from a reader asking whether it was reasonable to expect architects to provide computer renderings of remodel ideas. My short answer is… yes and no.
Let’s walk through this important question from the perspectives of everyone involved.
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