That generally depends on the reason the excess fluid is there. Most water retention is caused by allergies (even to food you didn't know you were allergic to), excessive sodium intake, hormone imbalances ("that time of the month" and pregnancy, most notably), and lack of circulation. The body is built in such a way that motion is necessary to keep fluids from pooling in the extremities, so often a sedentary lifestyle promotes excessive fluids. For cellulite issues, a body scrub made with either coffee grounds or tea is often very effective in drawing out the fluid that's just under the skin in localized areas.
by Novel Treasure 7 years ago
Would you install a tracking device under the skin of your child?If the technology was available, to install tracking devices under the skin, would you put one in your child? Would you tell them it was there? Is this going too far to protect your child from predators?
by backporchstories 6 years ago
What might it be if a stray puppy has tiny bubbles under the skin popping like?I just took in a stray. Probably 7 months old judging by the canine teeth. He only had a few tick so don't think he been out more than 24 hours, but he was dehydrated in the excessive heat. When I pet...
by CBM1987 11 months ago
Does Anybody Know how to get rid of bad odor/ taste due to sinus infection?I have a sinus infection. odor/ taste.. its driving me insane. Ive looked everywhere, im normally not that prone to getting sick, neither do I have allergies so to go from no sinus problems to a infection its really doing a...
by MythiliK 7 years ago
How to trim the excess skin in abs area?Though I have shed all the extra pounds earned during my pregnancy, my tummy is not perfect and the skin is sagging like a polythene cover. Any tips to reduce it in particular?
by lender3212000 8 years ago
Anyone know any good tricks to get rid of puffy bags under the eyes?
by Umbayhum 4 years ago
How can I get rid of dark circles under my eyes, WITHOUT creams?I wake up every morning and I have large grey circle underneath my eyes. What can prevent them? Oh and NOT cream.
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