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Cosmetic and caring means

Cosmetic and caring means

Beautiful and correct make-up can emphasize the features, hiding small flaws, but improper skin care will negatively affect its condition. To maintain a healthy state, it is necessary to take care of it, not forgetting to repeat the procedures strictly every day.  Care  First of all, this is face cosmetics, which is applied regularly to the skin. Every evening before going to bed, you must wash off all make-up, especially carefully making sure that the particles of foundation, powder or…

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Phlegmon palpebrae

Phlegmon palpebrae

Phlegmon is a spilled purulent inflammation of adipose tissue. It is a collective concept. The process can be located in the fiber of the orbit, eyelid or lacrimal sac.  Upper palpebrae  It occurs in places where there is a violation of the integrity of the skin. The source of the infection is clear and can be investigated. Most often, inflammation occurs in places where for a long period of time there have been no injuries, cuts or skin punctures. The…

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Myopia

Myopia

Myopia is a disease in which a person poorly distinguishes objects located at a distance. With myopia, the image does not occur in a specific area of the retina, but is located in the plane in front of it.  Etiology  Currently, there is no single scientific concept of the emergence and development of myopia. The most recognized is the three-component hypothesis of the origin of myopia, according to which three links play a role in its development: 1) visual work…

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Blepharitis

Blepharitis

Blepharitis is a disease of the margins of the eyelids. The most visible signs of this inflammation are redness of the edges of the lids and small whitish-yellow scales between the eyelashes. Patients complain of itchy winkers, they blink more often than usual. It should be emphasized that, despite the predominant lesion of the eyelids, this disease does not always apply to a pure ocular pathology. As a rule, the main causes are inflammation of the paranasal sinuses (sinusitis, frontal…

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