Come winters and almost all the advertisements will be found telling us about how the skin needs more care and maintenance in the season. And we wouldn’t say that they are wrong or exaggerating anything because winters do wreak havoc on the skin. Whether it is the dryness, increased susceptibility to fine lines, parched lips or increased sun tan, the skin is at a higher risk of getting affected adversely.
If there is one ingredient which you will find in almost every cosmetic or generic health care product, it would be Aloe Vera. It all started way back around 2005 when Aloe Vera was first discovered to have skin moisturising properties. Fast forward to 2019 and Aloe Vera has been proven to have various benefits ranging from basic skin care to treating dementia.
Before any one of you starts thinking about marks on the skin due to the sun’s heat or starts thinking about how dangerous a tan could be, please hold your thoughts because that is not what a “Toasted Skin Syndrome” is all about.
One thing about eating natural is that everytime someone asks us to eat natural, we think of all the good fruits we could possibly have. No surprises there because unlike most vegetables or healthy foods, fruits taste good, make up for an easy snack and do not have any hassle in preparation.
Lifestyle imbalances result in a lot of adverse effects on the skin. White patches, which used to be earlier associated with mostly ringworm or calcium deficiency have now become more common and come with severe skin conditions being associated with them.
Babies are the true bundles of joys! They have everything that would make a person go soft and melt in happiness.
If there is one thing which we can confidently suggest of every time someone asks about skin care, it would be chemical peels.
There is a reason why our elders or even the beauty experts keep saying that one should sleep well to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
"Hyperpigmentation is a term that we generally use to describe dark spots or in some cases freckles look alike which are formed due to damage to the skin resulting in excess melanin deposition."
Long gone are the days when cosmetic surgery or beauty treatments in general used to be a taboo and women used to shy away from owning if they have undergone any procedure or treatment.