Ever been jealous of the glowing, wrinkle-free, healthy skin of celebrities? Well, I am guilty of that. And I have always wondered what the secret can be? But the hacks are pretty basic and available to everyone. You don’t have to be from beauty industry to know these.
This is something the beauty industry swears by. Even Mamie McDonald, a cosmetics expert who is known to have worked with Madonna, approves that no matter whichever effort you take to protect your skin, goes in vain if you skip sunscreen.
Experts recommend to go for exfoliating your skin and applying cleansing mask instead of using anti-spot creams. As these creams contain benzoyl peroxide which dries out the skin and causes inflammation.
The neck has as delicate and thin skin as our face. And the skin on the neck can reveal its owner’s age. So take good care of it.
This is an age old beauty secret. Ice stimulates the blood circulation and helps your skin to glow.
The beauty industry has always kept the reason a secret. But not anymore. What happens is the warm and humid air in a bathroom causes the products to expire faster.
All things, starting from your hands to pillow cases to bed sheets and even your smartphone screen, must be cleaned from time to time.
I bet you did not know this till now. But the people from the beauty industry are quite aware of this. The scrubs, sponges and brushes aggravates inflammation.
The secret is lymph drainage massage to be precise. By this the lymph flow is stimulated, which smoothens the skin and makes the under-eye bags disappear.
While doing your daily chores wear gloves and moisten hand regularly with cream.
This is one thing the beauty industry blindly follows. The makeup blocks the pores, leading to inflammation and acne. Cleanse your skin thoroughly before going to sleep.
This is the secret to good sleep and preventing your breasts becoming perkier. Keeping a bra on constantly causes irritation and darkening below the straps.
12. The ingredients in many beauty products can cause cancer.
Many products contain a chemical called formaldehyde, which has been linked to cancer.