Sunday, 13 May 2012

Facts and myths about great skin

Hello!

If you want your skin to look radiant and healthy, you need to take good care of it. Your face is that part of your body which is constantly seen and shows how healthy you and your skin are. Read on, to find more facts about your skin.

Pay more attention to your hair and skin. Exercise, pay attention to what you eat , sleep for 7 to 8 hours and avoid taking stress.You must always cleanse, moisturise and sunscreen your skin.

Stop using over the counter products, if you are going through a skin probem , consult a dermatologist. Using products blindly can only aggravate your problems or can also cause new ones.

What you put in your mouth is more important than what you put on your skin. Have food rich in Vitamin A and antitoxidants , coloured fruit and vegetable are great for the skin.Exercising helps improve blood circulation and fluches out toxins.

The weather gives you bad hair days. It can make them look dull, ,imp, oily , frizzy , dry ! But you cant always blame the weather, it is also the products that you use . They too harm your skin and hair!

Continuous and long term use of makeup does not spoil your skin. Provided, they are of good quality, it is applied properly and removed properly too.

It is never too late to salvage your skin. There are several non-invasive treatments like chemical peels and hydra dermabrasion which rejuvenate the skin. Non-abrasive skin tightening machines can help.
 Dermatology and cosmetology are not the same. A dermatologist has done an in-depth study of skin, skin care and its problems. A cosmetologist is an expert on cosmetics on skin. A dermatologist can treat external as well as internal skin problems - something that a cosmetologist can't. The skin is a mirror of one's internal system. It can indicate more problems than just advancing age.

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