Fall skin care tips!
Wear Sun screen: Sun screen is not only for summer. Glare from the snow coupled with everyday sunlight can damage your skin. Wear sun screen to protect your skin from the harsh winter rays. Moisturize your skin more: instead of using water-based lotions, use one that has an oil base. This will protect your skin from drying out. Adjust your bath water temperature: instead of taking a boiling hot bath, adjust the water to be lukewarm. This enable your skin to retain moister. Adding oatmeal or baking soda will also help. This will help elevate dry and itchy skin. Avoid leaving wet clothing on: Wet clothing, like socks, hats and gloves, and leave your skin feeling dry, itchy, and irritated. Drink plenty of water: water not only hydrates yourself but your skin. Try carrying a bottle of water and drinking it throughout the day.
Stress makes you age!
Stress can have major effects on the body. One of the effects that stress can lead to is a change of lifestyle. When an individual is stressed, the individual is more likely to live a negative lifestyle. Examples of a negative lifestyle would include unhealthy eating, excising less frequently, and an increase in alcohol consumption. Another effect stress can have on an individual is temporary vision and hearing loss. Loss of hearing and vision happen when you are stressed because the hormone adrenaline, which not only speeds up your heart rate and your blood pressure but constricts your blood vessels, which can lead to temporary vision and hearing loss!
5 reasons smoking is bad for your skin & plastic surgery
Deprives skin of oxygen and nutrients, which results in a pale complection. Leads to the destruction of collagen and elastin, which will result in your skin appearing droopy or saggy. This can also lead to deep wrinkles. Creates spotting on the skin, especially on the face and hands. Although you can get spots from sun bathing, smokers are more susceptible to spotting. Smoking can accelerate the hair loss process in both men and woman. Tobacco can stain skin, teeth, and nails.
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Make sure you chose a board certified plastic surgeon. A call to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons or ASPS at 1-888-4-PLASTIC (ie. 1-888-475-2784) can tell you which doctors are legitimate plastic surgeons with outstanding qualifications. You can also visit the ASPS web site at www.plasticsurgery.org. The ASPS is the only one of the 24 boards approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties that certifies physicians in plastic surgery of the face and all areas of the body. When considering a cosmetic surgeon, you should also make sure your surgeon is a member of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (ASAPS). A call to ASAPS (1-888-272-7711) or visiting the ASAPS website (www.plasticsurgery.org) can help you verify your plastic surgeons membership.
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