There are certain alarming signs that your skin starts to project when you go through excess stress. These signs help you take early measures for your skin health. Let’s take a look at some of them down below - Acne- Our body has a tendency to produce cortisol. Cortisol is a stress related hormone which leads to production of excess oil and sebum. This hyper production of oil in our skin glands clogs pores with oil, dirt and bacteria which aggravates acne breakouts and inflammation.
In this fast-paced world it’s very common to be trying to juggle multiple things at once. Work, school, household chores and social activities leave us with little to no time to take care of our skin. Skin acts as a window to our body. It’s health deteriorates according to the lifestyle that we maintain. It’s crucial to pay attention to these signs that our skin and body give as we need to take charge of our skin’s health along with our overall health before it is too late.
Indian skin tones range between two ends of the spectrum. The skin tone is defined by the amount of melanin, a natural pigment present in the body. Indian skin is thicker as compared to other countries, and they are more prone to get tanned rather than sun burnt. Sometimes, overproduction of melanin in certain parts of your face or body can lead to hyperpigmentation. Let's understand causes of uneven skin tones and remedies for the same
What is clean beauty? Is clean beauty always good for you? With the rise of conscious consumerism in the beauty industry, the skincare and cosmetic products came with their own segmentations and labels. One of them being ‘clean beauty’. Many brands claim that they are clean, cruelty-free and vegan. Are all of these the same? Read more to find out
The monsoon season not only brings along with it the sweet smell of sand and lush green surroundings, but also high humidity levels which is different from the heat and oiliness that piles on the skin during the summer. Due to this, it becomes extremely crucial to know how to take care of skin in the monsoon. With just some minor changes in your skincare routine, you can ensure that your skin receives the right amount of hydration, moisture and nourishment. A normal skincare routine consists of cleansing, toning and moisturizing. We present some additions and alterations to this routine to maintain your skin’s PH levels this monsoon. Cleansing - Use a face wash that suits your skin type this...