There’s plenty of advice on the web about what to do and plenty of heavily marketed products that claim they’ll solve this seasonal problem, often at a hefty price.
Mattel’s new Barbie line now features gender-neutral dolls with different skin and body types, including one with a skin condition like vitiligo, another with no hair, as well as one with a prosthetic limb.
According to experts, the consequences of emotional tension can play out physically as well as psychologically. To avoid stress affecting your skin negatively, here’s what you can do about it.
While it is expected that hand washing is a norm, doing so has become more instilled since 2020 due to the entry of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and a consultant dermatologist has cautioned, having co-related dry hands and a skin disease, with intense hand hygiene routines, including the excessive use of hand sanitisers.
Maintaining a healthy body is just as important as keeping a healthy skin. It gives you more confidence, and your smile shapes your beauty.
The skin loses moisture in the winter because of the cold air, which causes the skin to become dull and dry. In order to maintain a glow on your face during the winter, one can maintain the following recommendations to keep their skin healthy and smooth.
When the skin pores are less clogged, they can absorb skincare products in a better way leading to better results.
A dermatologist advises everyone to lavishly apply the appropriate type of un-expired sunscreen on their exposed body parts even under gloomy skies, before setting outdoors each day. Stay indoors when the sun is at its peak as sand, concrete, wind and snow reflect light that increases sunburn risk.
“We recognise that the use of the words ‘fair’, ‘white’ and ‘light’ suggest a singular ideal of beauty that we don’t think is right, and we want to address this,” Sunny Jain, president of Unilever’s beauty and personal care division, said in a statement.