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Tips to Prevent Aging Skin

antiaging We all know aging skin is inevitable. However, we can slow down the process by taking care of our body and by what we consume. Here are some tips to stay healthy and keep our skin young and radiant.Your skin needs the right nutrition to stay young and healthy looking. If you're eating lots of junk food, you're feeding your skin junk, too. Antioxidants are essential for healthy skin. Eating five to seven servings of fruits and vegetables each day will give you the required nutrients for your skin. Citrus fruits, green leafy vegetables, carrots and tomatoes are great starters to get these vitamins. Oats are low in glycemic, which is the cause of acne and wrinkles.
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Haircare 101

hair_care 123 Your hair is an extension of your identity – the cut, color, and length come together to show the world a piece of who you are. It is essential to take care of your tresses well enough that it is enviable by others. Do read on to know some of the hair tips and tricks. How to Use In-Shower Products? 1. Shampoos are primarily intended to cleanse the scalp. The ends of the hair/length do not get all that dirty. However, the scalp and the hair roots can get oily and will accumulate dead skin cells that need to be removed. It’s also important not to repeat your washes twice unless you've used a LOT of styling
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How to Sun-Proof Your Skin

sunscreen-facts   The sun can do a lot of good for your skin. It helps to regulate your sleep cycles, stimulates the body's production of vitamin D, and enhances feelings of well-being. But there's also a downside to it. Too much exposure to sun can lead to wrinkles, age spots, and skin cancer.   How does Sun cause Bad skin?   Over time, the ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation in sunshine can weaken the lower layer of skin, known as the dermis, and promote wrinkles, brown spots, and the development of skin cancer. The most common (and least aggressive) form of skin cancer is basal cell carcinoma. It begins in the top layer of skin, the epidermis, and generally
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