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5 FAQ' ON Skincare

5  Skincare FAQ'S

What causes acne?

Acne can be caused by excess sebum oil and clogged pores doctors aren't sure why some people get acne and others do not but some research suggests that hormone levels May play a role acne is most common in yoga dogs with increasing hormone levels and about 80% of people will have at least one acne outbreak before the age of 30 it is less common and older adults who tend to have sso far there is no definitive evidence that factors such as stress diet or light makeup have any links with acne if you have acne wash gently with the mile cleanser no more than twice a day and avoid hard scrubbing exfoliating or touching the affected are steadier hormone levels since stress can affect hormones and may also play a role in the development of acne.

What are the most important parts of the skincare routine?
Since sun damage increases the reach of skin cancer as well as skin problems arranging for wrinkles to dark spots wearing sunscreen on a daily basis is essential to choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen with the minimum sun protection factor of 15 beyond that it takes just a few minutes each morning and each evening to do the basics washing at the general cleanser and applying moisturizer to your face and neck.

How can I prevent aging skin?
 As your skin loses the electricity and collagen it naturally begins to appear wrinkle and saggy by caring for it and focusing on prevention you can minimize those issues why broad-spectrum sunscreen every day and consider using eye cream and other topical products that contain retinoids and antioxidants which can help improve the appearance of wrinkles and staging skin.

How do I avoid wrinkles?
Wrinkles are a natural result of aging but you can delay their onset minimize their appearance to do so limit some exposure wear sunscreen every day and use skin products that contain accidents and retinoids which can reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

What is the best way to handle sensitive skin?
Be gentle with it always watch sensitive skin gently and never use harsh cleansers to avoid products that contain irritating substances instead seek out those that are specifically labeled for sensitive skin.


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