Here’s What You Need to Know about Your Skin
We have a lot of concerns about our skin. Most of the time, we are bothered when something sprouts in our face or anywhere in the body. It’s the truth; we can’t deny that we pay too much attention to it - to the point where we are willing to do everything just to get rid of those unsightly skin issues.
There’s a variety of ways we can utilize to deal with our skin concerns. Google can provide you with tons of suggestions on how you can take good care of your most treasured covering. Available are natural and clinic-based treatments which promise to bring back the glow in you. But to tell you honestly, not all of them may suit you.
Skin treatments work separately for every skin type or skin condition. An advice is to go have your skin checked by a professional before engaging with a particular procedure. If you want to retain your youthful radiance, try IPL for skin rejuvenation.
However, it is pretty essential to be familiar with your skin first, and the role it plays in your holistic health. So, let me ask you; how much do you know about your skin?
Facts about Your Skin
On average, our skin covers an area of 2 square meters.
Our skin functions as our body’s thermostat. As the temperature rises, our sweat glands activate to regulate our body temperature. Also, the temperature has something to do with the appearance of our pores. When our skin is exposed to cold temperatures, our pores appear to be smaller. Conversely, when exposed to high temperatures, they seem to be more open.
The amount of melanin in our body generates skin color ranging from very pale to very dark. Overproduction of melanin leads to darker skin.
Yes, our skin renews itself. It exfoliates naturally even without your help. However, dead skin cells remain on the skin after it. So, it’s your job to remove them.
Known as the skin microbiota, these are harmless bacteria that help the immune cells fight against disease-causing germs.
You can’t always blame the surroundings or your diet for the occurrence of pimples. Most often, it is caused by the changes in our hormonal levels, certain medications, or cosmetic products.
Changes in our skin signal aging. As we get older, we experience having wrinkles, age spots, and etc. And sometimes, dramatic changes in the skin can also tell something about our overall health.
Want to bring back the youth in you?
Another breakthrough in the world of cosmetics brings an effective solution for our skin concerns. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) can treat various skin conditions for aesthetic and therapeutic purposes. It can treat skin pigmentation, sun damage, wrinkles, dark spots, age spots, and many more. Through this technology, we can now achieve a younger-looking vibe without the hassle of undergoing painful procedures.
- Princess Marasigan