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Vemale.com – As a woman who wants to always look beautiful, surely you are always diligent to update information about beauty, is not it? But unfortunately, not all the information is fact. Most of it turned out to be just a mere myth that has been trusted for years.
Well, what are the myths and unique facts beauty that has been widely circulated? Come on, peek at the reviews!
Myth: No need to use sunscreen in cloudy weather
Fact: This is a false assumption. Even in overcast weather, UV radiation still exists. Leslie Bauman, MD, director of the University of Miami Cosmetic Group recommends you to use a special sunscreen product and not just rely on cosmetics containing SPF in it.
Adjust SPF levels to your activity type. Choose sunscreen containing mineral oil like Dr.Jart Ctrl A Sensitive Sun Protector SPF 35 ++. This special sunscreen product will protect the skin more optimally with the content of AC-fensine, Centella Asiatica, and Celtic Water that serves as an anti-inflammatory, moisturize, and strengthen skin cells. its lightweight texture provides a powdery and non-sticky look. In addition, this sunscreen is also safe for sensitive skin because it does not contain Paraben, Fragrances, Tar colors, Mineral oils, Benzophenone, Triethanolamine, Sulfate surfactant, Benzyl alcohol, Talc, Poly Acrylamide.
Myth: Do not wash your face after exercise
Fact: This is true. When the face is still sweating the condition of the skin pores open. Washing your face with water, especially with tap water that may contain lots of heavy minerals can actually clog the skin pores. Therefore, let stand until the face temperature returns to normal. And of course, do not forget to wash your face with a facial cleanser after the facial temperature returns to normal because the sweat left behind is also at risk of causing the same problem. In addition, a dermatologist from New York, Dr. Dennis Gross also recommends to wash the face before exercising so as to minimize the production of oil, sweat, or dirt that can clog the pores of the face.
To clean oily skin after exercise, you can use Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil from SK II. This product is rich in the content of apple chips and apple extract that can make oily skin so clean more glowing after exercise.
copyright: sociolla.comMyth: Sleeping on the stomach causes wrinkles
Fact: Sleeping position did indeed play a role in skin beauty, you know. According to Dr. Heidi A. Waldorf, MD, a prominent dermatologist in New York City, often sleeping on her stomach will cause pressure on a number of veins in her face.
This condition will make the blood circulation becomes not smooth and in the long term can cause wrinkled skin. Therefore, start to change your sleeping style and do not forget to apply night cream.
Try products that contain good retinol to combat fine wrinkles, such as Dex Revitalift Night Cream Dermalift from LOREAL.
Myth: Bend the legs after exercise cause varicose veins
Fact: Well, is that right? Dr. John Modrall of the University of Arkansas denied this myth. Varicose veins that form bluish-colored curves on the skin is more common because of genetic factors or chronic pressure on the legs when standing and sitting too long.
Bending the legs after exercise does not result in significant pressure to cause skin to have varicose veins.
Myth: Toothpaste heals skin burns and acne
Fact: Robert Sheridan, MD, a surgeon from the Massachusetts General Hospital Burn Division denied that toothpaste is suitable to treat burns. Toothpaste has no effect whatsoever besides cooling the burn and it has the potential to cause serious infection if you do not take further treatment.
Similarly, the myth that reported that toothpaste can overcome acne. Instead of using toothpaste, you should use acne-specific products that contain benzoyl peroxide, salicylic acid, or resorcinol.You can try to use AC Clinic Daily Acne Foam Cleanser from Etude House. This product also contains salicylic acid which is able to remove acne due to germs and make-up remnants that are still attached to the face.
Well, now you can recognize which myth really is justified, right?
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