We know that there are many launches and news in the world of skin care, which is why we can get a little confused from time to time. LED masks that promise office-worthy hydration, a mini fridge made specifically to store your skincare products and even a blackhead remover gadget are just some of the high-tech tools that everyone loves.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, exfoliation can make skin look brighter and improve the effectiveness of skin care products by improving absorption. Done regularly, the procedure can also help prevent clogged pores, which results in less breakouts and breakouts. In the long term, the proper use of a face scrub can increase collagen production.
Hair removal using IPL technology has been around for a few years, but it's still little known. Often confused with laser hair removal, this type of "home laser" is a very effective method in the medium / long term, painless, practical to perform in the comfort of your home and affordable.
If your skin has lost its youthful glow, or has been battered by mild acne, sun damage, or has enlarged pores, uneven texture, or even fine lines and wrinkles, microdermabrasion can be an excellent treatment option. The non-invasive skin-refreshing technique, microdermabrasion, uses mild abrasives to remove the top layer of skin, including dead surface skin cells.
Sooner or later, frown lines are inevitable on any face. Its main causes are the natural aging of the skin (result of loss of collagen and fibrous tissue and slower cell renewal, especially after the age of 30), unprotected exposure to the sun and day-to-day habits, whether related to food or facial expressions.
As much as maintaining a skin care routine is a matter of health, the practice has become a trend on the internet in recent times, especially among beauty bloggers. The term skincare has even been closely associated with self-care in general.