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skincare & hygiene
Neither of these is a bad thing - they are both totally normal! But some people aren’t into having them adorn their face, and that’s fine too. Here are some ways to remove them...
Yep! There sure is. Remember that the skin is a sophisticated, multilayer barrier. The more often you wash it, the more natural oils you remove from its surface.
Hair washing routines depend entirely upon your hair type - what works for someone with thin, wispy hair may not work at all for someone with a thick, full head of tight curls. Some tips to help you figure out the best routine for you:
The answer all depends upon what type of hair you have: thick or thin, tight curls or straight wisps, lots of it or not so much at all. Some people want to change-up their hair washing frequency, which is totally fine but might take a couple of weeks for your scalp to get used to.
Some people have oily skin because the sebaceous glands deep under the surface make too much oil. Other people get greasy because they wash their face too often, constantly removing healthy oils and cueing the sebaceous glands to make more and more.
The skin on your face is more sensitive than the skin on other areas and it’s exposed to a whole lot more all day, every day, so it requires a special level of care. The following skin routine works for almost everyone. That said, almost everyone will go through a moment (okay, sometimes it lasts much longer than a moment!) of breakouts and skin frustrations.
Cleaning is the #1 strategy to combat body odor - not to mention keep your skin in the best shape. Yeah, yeah, you’ve heard that you need to wash regularly forever, but what, exactly, does that mean? It all depends upon the body part:
Best nail tip of all time? Don’t pick or bite them! If you follow that one simple rule, your hands will look far better than if you don’t. Pretty simple. And here are a few other facts to keep at the tips of your fingers (and toes):
There is a ton of debate on this subject, but the science seems pretty clear: NO...
Sunscreen is super important to prevent skin cancers and wrinkles. So while it can be super annoying to add one more thing into your daily skin routine, two or three or four decades from now, you will be glad you did.