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The necessary about beauty and skin care

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Skin overview

The skin is one of the largest organs of the body. Skin care can therefore have a direct impact on overall health. The skin acts as a protective shield and is the organ most exposed to external influences. It is affected by many more factors than one might think. For example, the following factors can affect the overall health of the skin:

  • exposure to UV rays in tanning salons
  • exposure to chemical toxins from tobacco
  • prolonged unprotected sun exposure
  • inadequate rest, hydration or nutrition
  • aging

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Take care of your skin

There are steps you can take to keep your skin healthy. These include the following:

  • Cleansing regularly, usually twice a day.
  • If you have oily skin, apply a toner after cleansing.
  • If you have dry skin, apply a moisturizer.
  • Exfoliate your skin to remove dead cells and make it more radiant.

In addition to your daily skin care routine, get in the habit of periodically examining your skin for pimples, discolorations or other changes. Have your skin examined annually by a physician or dermatologist for changes or if:

  • you have fair skin or many moles or large moles.
  • are exposed to the sun or use sunbeds
  • have a history of skin problems, irritation, or tumors

It is also important to protect the skin from excessive sun and sun damage, which can increase wrinkles and cause skin cancer. Cover or use sunscreen to protect your skin from the sun's harmful rays. Consult your doctor or dermatologist in case of irritation or skin problems.

Understanding skincare products

There are many products marketed as a safe way to turn back time, permanently dissolve cellulite, reduce wrinkles, and more. Be careful and do your research to determine if a product is truly necessary for your skin health or potentially harmful. Also seek advice from your doctor.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates many products. It must regulate products that alter a person's physical structure or biochemical processes in the body.

Products classified as cosmetics or dietary supplements are not regulated. Examples include:

  • moisturizing creams
  • hair dyes.
  • deodorants
  • vitamins
  • herbs
  • enzymes

You can see also Care For Your Skin Everyday


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