Cosmetic products are well supplied with chemicals and generally associated with the damage of the skin. In order to deal with this problem, there are various products in the market boasting of natural ingredients which claim to cause less to no damage. However, it is merely a myth since the very term 'natural ingredient' does not mean anything. Any product that undergoes numerous stages of processing and purification, by the end of the process is bound to lose all that is 'natural' in it and causes more harm than good.
Which alcohol among these is most well suited for the skin?
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Alcohol is a principle ingredient in many cosmetic products; however, it is important to know which works and which doesn't. Those products which have ethanol in the form of SD alcohol or denatured alcohol leads to skin irritation. On the other hand, the presence of cetyl alcohol is beneficial for the skin, though in small amounts.
You can give your sunscreen a miss on a cloudy day
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Applying sunscreen is generally associated with a sunny day, with the sun shining brightly over your head. Therefore, on a cloudy day, it is generally given a miss, believing that the rays of the skin, being hidden are harmless. However, it is not true. The harmful UV rays always reach the surface of the earth dispelling the myth.
Which skin types among the following ages with grace?
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The skin type that tends to age with most grace is not what is regarded as "oily" or "dry" skin rather a normal skin. This skin type neither secretes too much oil nor it's too dry.
Botox is the permanent solution for wrinkles
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The creases which develop on the skin are a result of age and are inevitable. Botox has always been considered as a one stop solution for wrinkles. However, contrary to popular perception, Botox is merely a temporary solution and does not assure a permanent cure.