Skin care is the collection of activities for maintaining the texture and surface of the human body while keeping it attractive, beautiful and free of body odour.
Skin care is especially necessary during winter when the skin experiences a dry spell and loses much of its oil. Many people use cold creams to overcome the effect of cold apparent in the form of wrinkles and dryness.
During summers however, one major overlooked activity is excessive and unnecessary exposure to the sun. Although some people are interested in suntan, excessive exposure to sunlight in warm countries can lead to darkening of the skin as well as heat pores which do not help the health of the skin. An easy way to keep the skin alive and fresh is to drink a lot of water and eat fresh citrus fruits so that they cleanse the body and the skin of dead cells and replace them with fresh, new ones. The reader would be surprised to know that according to research, a majority of skin diseases are caused by an imbalance in diets.
The simple act of maintaining a proper balance in a diet can lead to the avoidance of numerous diseases plus the comfort and happiness of a beautiful skin. If you want a healthy skin, you’ve got to have a healthy diet, that’s all there is to it. Eat less of fried foods which contain a lot of oil and cholesterol and eat even less of those which contain neither flesh nor vegetables or fruits. Examples include local dishes made of pasta and dishes made of fried flour.
Apart from a beauty perspective, skin care is especially important from a medical point of view. It is sensible to guard against various skin diseases existing, which can lead to a very painful ordeal for those diagnosed with it. Examples include severe dandruff, allergic dermatitis and skin tags.
A healthy body fit both physically and mentally, goes with a healthy skin.