Nowadays, sleeping disorders have become really common even among the toddlers and children. Studies relating to sleep disorders have indicated that there are different health issues that are responsible for this disorder but the main source of sleeping disorders is the lack of physical fitness. The…Read more »
Skin-type based skincare
Skincare requires different approach based on your skin type. It may sound complicated, but finding out your skin type beats this worry. There are three skin types, and here’s how to take care of them.
For those with dry skin, you need to focus on moisturizing your skin. Water-hungry: that’s the best word to describe your skin. Use a moisturizer to keep your skin supple and soft. Leaving your skin dry will make you look older. A cream-based cleanser is what your skin needs. The outer layers of your skin need lots and lots of water so keep it hydrated. On the other hand, those with oily skin will do exactly the opposite. Their face should be washed at least two or three times a day. Anything in excess of that will just add oil to the face, and who would want that? You can’t just blame your genes for your skin type; do the necessary care to bring the best out of it. You may be born with it, but it’s never too late to make oil-control routine a daily habit. Facial scrubs are recommended to those with oily skin as it unclogs the pores which prevent acne build up. One essential thing to remember is to avoid the use of heavy cleansing creams on your face. Going to the next skin type, it’s the combination skin. It’s actually the combination of dry and oily, pertaining to the T-zone (forehead down to the nose and chin) as the oily part, while the cheeks being the dry part. Some may be envious to those who have this skin type, but they have to take note that each ‘zone’ should be given different skincare. The t-zone area needs the oily skin approach, while the cheeks area will be cared like the dry skin.