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Exfoliate Safely In Your Own Home

If you want to exfoliate, make sure you do it carefully so that you don't harm your skin. Follow these advice from board-certified dermatologists to properly exfoliate your skin at home. Exfoliation is the process of eliminating dead skin cells from your skin's outer layer. While some individuals feel it enhances the appearance of their skin, it is not suitable for everyone. If not done correctly, it may cause more harm than benefit.If you want to exfoliate, make sure to do it carefully so that you don't harm your skin or cause greater redness or acne outbreaks because not all exfoliation methods are suitable for all skin types, it is essential to evaluate your skin type before deciding on an...

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Home Cures for Dry Skin

Dry skin, whether caused by age, an underlying skin problem, or environmental causes, may be painful and irritating. There are a variety of home remedies available to treat dry skin – but which are the most effective? Dry skin, also known as xerosis, is skin that is deficient in moisture in its outer layer. Dry skin can break and develop infected if left untreated. It is critical to keep dry skin moisturized, yet certain store-bought treatments might be pricey or inefficient. A person might utilize a variety of home treatments to alleviate dry skin. Unless otherwise specified, the majority of the treatments listed below can be used as moisturizers. Applying a moisturizer liberally on damp skin after a bath is...

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Discover Your Skin Type

Did you know that there are five different types of healthy skin? Normal, dry, oily, mixed (oily and dry skin), and sensitive skin types are available. THE NORMAL SKIN - This skin is neither too dry nor excessively oily. It has a consistent texture, no flaws, and a clean, soft look, and it does not require any particular maintenance. HYPERSENSITIVE SKIN - Sensitive skin is more likely to react to stimuli that normal skin does not. It has brittle skin and is frequently accompanied by discomforting symptoms such as heat, tightness, redness, or itching. This skin type loses its barrier (or protective) function, allowing germs and irritating chemicals to penetrate and raising the likelihood of infection and allergic responses. It...

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