Saturday, March 9, 2013

Misconceptions about skin care

Myth: My skin will old as mother 
Your skin may or may not old just like your mother's skin. There are many factors involved in your overall look. Yes, genetics, and his mother and father played a role, but lifestyle and your health also affect how you starjeti.

Myth: If you get a color in a tanning bed, I will not burn in the sun
Each color is darker than your natural color shows that your skin is damaged. Tanning in a tanning bed before the sun does not protect your skin in any way. It can give the illusion of protection because of sunburn may be less, but the damage has already occurred.

Myth: Acne is caused by what you eat
For most, acne is genetic. While some foods can affect acne, not cause their appearance.

Myth: The all-natural skin care products are the best
Natural products can be "in" and sound good, but the fact is that these products almost never live up to its promises. Look for quality products with ingredients that you have a genuine need for specific reasons.

Myth: SPF will tell me how much protection do I get from the sun
True, the SPF is only part of the equation. Harmful UV rays are divided into two parts: UVA and UVB.Select SPF broad spectrum UVA / UVB protection, and make sure the sunscreen contains antioxidants for maximum protection.

Myth: Because shaving hairs grow thicker and thicker
Shaving does not affect hair growth or hair. What you see when you shave is actually an optical illusion caused by blunt hair growth, why are thicker, and are actually the same as usual.

Myth: All you need to do for beautiful skin is to drink 8 glasses of water a day
While the water is great for overall health, it is a small part of the picture when it comes to the quality of your skin. Protect your skin with sunscreen and related products to look the best.

Myth: Sleeping with makeup is not so bad
All cosmetic products that give the illusion of color on the surface of the skin leaving a toxic layer that can cause irritation, inflammation, dehydration and clog pores. No matter how tired you are at night, take the time to clean the face.

Myth: The more products you use, my skin will look better
Simple is always better. Just because it nourishes the skin with 15 different products for the morning and evening, does not mean it's the best. The best care she customized for your skin type and condition. Do not be persuaded to buy the latest and most expensive products. Instead, look for an effective skin cleanser, sunscreen and moisturizer.

Myth: Your practitioner may examine the skin
Dermatologists are experts in skin, hair and nails. When faced with any condition of your skin, visit a dermatologist. The skin is our first line of defense against the world. It protects us, and we owe it to maintain her healthy 

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