It’s no secret that moisturizing your skin is an integral part of any good skin care routine. But why?
The epidermis, or the outer layer of skin, has the ability to absorb and retain moisture just like a sponge. We are all born with naturally moist skin, the term “baby skin” wasn’t coined for nothing. Over the years that natural moisture diminishes and in order to retain and restore that soft, beautiful, youthful glow it becomes necessary to moisturize our skin.
There are four basic skin
Here’s an important fact, the role of sunscreen in sun protection is limited! Yes, you heard correctly. There is no good scientific literature proving that regular sunscreen application prevents basal cell carcinoma or melanoma. The same can be said for its role in preventing skin aging a.k.a. photo-aging. Mind boggling, right?!
So what is sunscreen good for? Preventing sunburn. For this purpose, the prevention of sunburn, sunscreen must be applied generously and frequently. In this regard, the recommendation of dermatologists and the MInistry of Health is to apply sunscreen every two
Wisdom comes with maturity, but so do the natural signs of reasonable wear and tear. Typical signs of aging are dryness, roughness, the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and an uneven skin tone. While there is no magic elixir that can turn back time, and who’s to say we would want to relive the follies of our youth,modern science has given us the opportunity to age with grace, dignity and at a more acceptable, gradual pace.
Understanding the aging process-
The progression of age is