We've all been there: you've gotten a new skincare product, and you just feel like it's not doing what it's supposed to do. Your face is breaking out, or your skin isn't getting any better—and you don't know why. We're here with the 6 reasons why your skincare products aren't "working."
Many an African person, especially woman, has been conditioned into believing that the best way to manage their hair involves application of heat at some point. The untold story is that this almost always leads to heat damaged hair. If your hairstyling tool of choice involves heat, be it your curling iron, your hot comb, or your hair dryer; you must be familiar with heat damage.
The Ideal Skin is one that has the tiniest pores, an even tone, good complexion and an even texture. Ideally, it is one that has a smooth glassy look. Such skin is not difficult to achieve, however there are several challenges to overcome. That is why we are going to bring to your attention 5 skin care mistakes you are making that are keeping you from achieving the ideal skin.
There is no secret around the fact that drinking 1 - 2 liters of water per day is essential for good health. A regular glass of water can fix so many health problems that will save you some money on doctor visits. Truth is we tend to forget THAT most of the time! 60% of our body is composed of water which aids in blood circulation, digestion, absorption and excretion. And you’d be surprised to learn that there are so many benefits of water for healthy hair and skin that rotate around those core functions of water in our bodies.
The skin is the biggest organ of our bodies and stretches right from the tip of our heads to the sole of our feet. And because of its size, it's usually the most revealing aspect of our health - both internal and external. When your body is happy, your skin shines and smiles; when your body is unhappy and unhealthy, your skin will undeniably show that off as well. There are several things that contribute towards the health of your skin however, this article is dedicated to just the major 10 factors that affect skin aging and most of which are within your control.