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“Wishtrenders, We got You!” Todays topic is first makeup experience and all about sheet masks! We are going to share some great comments and questions and talk about them here. PLUS! A giveaway for those who are watching this so you could be someone to take that giveaway.
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Do You Really Have Acne And How To Deal With It?
You probably started getting acne in middle school and thought you'd grow out of it. It didn't work out that way for you. Now that you're in your mid-20s, you're wondering why the zits won't go away. If acne is still making you feel bad, keep reading to learn what causes it, what the symptoms are, and how to get rid of it for good. What Is Acne Vulgaris? People who have acne vulgaris (AV) have noninflammatory lesions (blackheads and whiteheads), inflammatory lesions (papules, pustules, and nodules), and different amounts of scarring. It's called acne vulgaris, and it's the scientific name for what we call "acne." Acne vulgaris is a common condition that affects about 85% of people at some point in their lives. It mostly happens during the teenage years. Even though, as you probably already know, AV can still show up even when you're an adult. In fact, 50.9 percent of women between the ages of 20 and 29 have AV, and the rate drops off a little in women between the ages of 40 and 49. (26.3 percent). Women are more likely to get adult acne than men are to get it. In fact, some research shows that women make up 66% of dermatology practitioner visits. Women over the age of 25 also make up one third of all visits to dermatologists for acne, too. What Causes Acne Vulgaris? People get acne because of four main things: * Keratin and dead skin cells that build up in the follicle. This causes comedones to form. * Hormones make sebum production go up and down (androgen) * A buildup of the P. acnes bacteria in the follicle * Inflammation. * Genetics, a high-glycemic-index diet (like chocolate and dairy), and other lifestyle factors, like smoking, can also lead to acne, but these things don't always cause it. How To Recognise Acne Vulgaris? Women can get acne at any age and in different degrees of severity. Female patients may be more likely to get acne on the lower third of their face, especially on their chin and jawline. Acne lesions range from comedones (blackheads and whiteheads) to papules, pustules, cysts, and nodules, which are all different kinds of things on the skin. Women who have polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) may have acne vulgaris as a sign of the condition. Other symptoms, such as hirsutism (excessive hair growth) or menstrual irregularities, may also happen at the same time as AV. How To Manage Acneic Skin Type? The good news is that there are many ways to treat acne vulgaris, from mild acne to severe acne. Topical creams/ gels: Benzoyl peroxide Retinoids Azelaic acid Topical treatments are one of the mainstays for people with mild to moderate acne. These lotions and creams can be bought over the counter and with a prescription. Benzoyl peroxide is often used to treat acne. It comes in a range of strengths (2.5 percent to 10 percent) and formulations (cream, gel, wash, foam, gel, leave-on and wash-off). There are dead skin cells that benzyl peroxide breaks down. Then, keratin plugs up the hair follicle with keratin. Benzoyl peroxide is also an anti-inflammatory agent that can fight bacteria. As you get more blackheads and whiteheads, you might use a topical retinoid. Retinoids are comedolytic, which means they break down the plug in the follicle and remove the hair. Retinoids are also anti-inflammatory, and they work well with other topical treatments for all types of acne. Azelaic acid is another topical treatment that works as a comedolytic, an antimicrobial, and a pain reliever. You can find it in whole grains, like wheat, rye and barley. This acid is found naturally. In people with sensitive skin, azelaic acid should be used with care. This is because it can make their skin red, burn, and itch. For severe acne vulgaris, treatment options are as follows: Prescription retinoids Oral antibiotics Isotretinoin If you have acne, you should not just take an antibiotic pill to treat it. This is because antibiotic resistance has been increasing. So, it is best to use antibiotics only a few times a week and in combination with other treatment methods. There is an FDA-approved drug for people who have severe AV. It can also be used to treat people who have moderate acne that is either treatment-resistant or comes back quickly after stopping oral antibiotics. Isotretinoin, which is used to treat acne, has been shown to cut down on sebum production, the number of acne lesions, and the scarring caused by acne. There are also other treatment options, like taking an oral medication called spironolactone, which is usually taken with an oral contraceptive pill to get the best results. Takeaways If adult acne is ruining your life, don't worry. There are a lot of ways to keep the pimples at bay, and they all work. A treatment option is available for you and your skin, from benzoyl peroxide to retinoids and isotretinoin, so you can find one that works best for you and your skin.
为大学新生们搜集的化妆品情报
由于本人想要毕业后去韩国深造,所以上大学之后一直在学习韩语,虽然翻译得不完美,但是在韩语兴趣圈里看到好的卡片还是忍不住转过来分享一下!如果有什么不正确的地方,欢迎大神来纠正一下哦~ 化妆品的型号就不要问我啦,请参考图片哦~价格也是韩国专柜的价格~ 第一课:底妆篇 1. espoir气垫粉底(约220元人民币) 这个虽然不太适合叫“白菜价”... 但是我认为在底妆上这个程度的投资是必要的。(☆_☆)因为要是粉底选得不好的话,很容易浮粉而且引起皮肤不适。但是这个气垫粉底真的很不错,只要擦一层气垫粉,就呈现很自然健康的效果!推荐☆ 2. The Saem遮瑕膏(约30人民币) 这个产品介绍过好几遍但是真不是广告,是真心好用(;_;)虽然量比较少但是很好抹开。新生的话还是妆容轻薄是核心,如果皮肤底子不是很差的话,不用每天脸上都涂厚厚的粉底,只需要用遮瑕膏把斑点痘疤什么的遮一遮就行了。 3. Skin Food散粉(约40人民币) 经常因为脱妆很麻烦吧,所以!化妆的最后阶段要用散粉定妆哦!朋友推荐给我这个散粉,我试用了觉得粉质细腻也很服帖,而且重要的是觉得不干,很好用! (/ㅇㅅㅇ)/ 第二课:画眉篇 1. Skin Food巧克力眉粉(约23元人民币) 大家都知道眉毛的重要性吧,谁也不想变成无眉怪或者蜡笔小新。光把眉毛整理好都能让人焕然一新。 我觉得想要画出自然眉毛的话,还是眉粉最合适。特别是这款眉粉颜色特别自然。 2. 爱丽小屋染眉膏(约36元人民币) 如果染了头发但是眉毛又是黑黑的话……那么擦染眉膏就行了。这有好几种颜色,可以根据染发的颜色去选择最合适的,我也是染了头发的话,就一定会用染眉膏。 第三课:眼妆 1. 菲试小铺防水眼线笔(棕色)(约33元人民币) 这款眼线笔的优点就是,真的不容易花。而且棕色的眼线比黑色要自然,看起来也清纯。好像这种棕色带亮粉的眼线笔都不容易花。我到现在为止还没有找到过不花的黑色眼线笔…… 2. 爱丽小屋 Look at my eyes cafe(拿铁咖啡眼影)(约21元人民币) 想要眼眸有隐隐的亮光的话,就选择这款眼影吧。不用买好多种颜色的眼影就备着这一个颜色也能让人感觉不一样哦~ 3. 悦诗风吟超细睫毛膏(约54元人民币) 我最开始化妆的时候,每次涂睫毛膏都粘在眼睛周围的皮肤上,快把我烦死了。但是这款睫毛膏刷头真的很细很细,很方便涂。虽然效果上没有那么浓密但是刚进入大学的新生的话,自然也睫毛感觉比较合适呢~ 第四讲:腮红+唇膏 1. Skin Food糖果饼干腮红(Water Cherry色)(约43元人民币) 虽然大家都说贝玲妃的蒲公英粉是经典的新生腮红,但是毕竟价格还是有点贵啊!如果向新生就推荐一款腮红的话,我推荐这款Water Cherry色腮红。真的让人看起来气色很好,而且有隐隐的金色光泽,都不用单独再刷高光,但是千万别下手太狠刷出高原红哦!~ 2. Apieu精华口红 口红的话,给想要清纯自然没有负担感的唇妆的同学们推荐这款口红,就是带一点点颜色护唇膏的感觉。虽然要想给这次过年收到压岁钱的同学们推荐迪奥的口红,但是还是算了吧,不能这样败家呀~白菜价也有好货! Apieu这款口红虽然是叫口红个,但是就是像唇膏一样的产品而已。涂上去很透明的感觉,而且像自己原来的唇色但是更好看更健康的感觉了,强烈推荐哦!
How Can You Tell If a Wig Is Most Suitable For You?
Nowadays, people are no longer limited to the idea of "wigs are only sold to people with thinning hair". With the improvement of aesthetics, the value and charm of wigs are gradually being discovered. Here are five things you need to know before buying a 40 inch wig: 1. Hair color When choosing an HD lace wigs color, you first need to know what you are buying a wig for. For daily use, such as school and girls, office workers, the natural black wig is the best choice, if you prefer a colorful curly lace front wig, you can consider a dark wig, such as #1,#4,#6,#8,#99J... If you're a freelancer, like a Youtuber, beauty blogger, and not tied to a boss, you have more options than natural black, #613, #27, #Ginger, Highlight, colorful wigs... Just follow your heart! 2. Hairstyle Different hairstyles can give you different shapes. When choosing hair length and waves, it is more important to choose according to your preferences. First, length: If you like long hair, something between 26 and 32 inches is better; If you prefer shorter hair, consider a shorter 16- to 24-inch wig. If you want a shorter look, just try a short Bob wig, starting at 8-14 inches. Second, for hair waves: If you are busy with work or study (or a lazy girl like me) and don't want to spend more time on hair care, I suggest you order straight hair, Body Wave; Instead, try other textures, and loose deep waves are highly recommended! Then deep waves, curls, water waves... One thing you need to know when choosing hair length and wave is that the longer the inch, the more time it takes! The smaller the curl, the more need to care! 3. Lace Lace is the most important, choose your lace carefully, you need to know the following 2 tips: The first is the lace size you want, which directly determines the parting and style you can make. The most common lace sizes are full lace wigs, 13x6 and 13x4 lace front wigs, 6x6,5x5,4x4 lace closure wigs, more lace, more split space, and styles you can do! And the price is considerable, the lace size is land-arger, more expensive. Second is the type of lace, the best lace on the market is Swiss lace, all West Kiss hair uses good quality Swiss lace! Lace colors include light brown, medium brown, plain lace, transparent lace, and HD lace. Of course, the best for invisibility is HD lace because it is suitable for all skin tones!! Some of the new wig beginners may not be familiar with lace, if someone wants a wig without lace, there are also options for you: U/V section wig, headband wig, mechanical wig...... These wigs are lace-free, glue-free, beginner-friendly, and affordable!! 4. Density The most normal densities on the market are 180%, 200%, and 250%. For hair length, 180% or 200% density is recommended for 16-24 inches and 200% or 250 for 26-32 inches, while keeping it natural. The rule is that the longer the inches, the higher the density you need! 5. About the size The default wig size is medium and fits more than 95 percent of women. Because the wig comes with an adjustable elastic band inside, you can adjust it to your own size. But if you have any questions about the size, you can first have your head size measured and check the measurement value on the website, or ask our pre-sales colleagues to recommend a suitable size for you. Only the right wig in all aspects will make your image comprehensively improve. Life requires the courage to try, take the first step, make choices, and then gradually know where the better self is and what it will look like.
Hyaluronic Acid - The Natural Skin Plumping Sugar
Despite its tough pronunciation and even more complicated spelling; hyaluronic acid is an important part of your daily skin care routine. It's widely used in serums, sheet masks, and moisturisers. This is because HA, a naturally occurring molecule in the skin, binds to water and plumps the face, giving it a dewy, glowing appearance. It's clear that word of its benefits has spread, as it's one of the most sought-after ingredients in skin-care products. Aside from increasing skin moisture levels, hyaluronic acid serves other functions. What is hyaluronic acid, exactly? Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring sugar molecule in the skin that helps water bind to collagen, keeping it in place and giving the skin a plumper, dewier, and more hydrated appearance. Essentially, hyaluronic acid improves skin hydration, which helps to maintain the skin's youthful, full, and bouncy appearance. Collagen in our dermis determines the structure of our skin. Natural hyaluronic acid is covalently linked to water molecules on one side and collagen on the other, providing plumpness to the skin. What is hyaluronic acid's function? As we age, our collagen and hyaluronic acid levels gradually decline, causing our skin to become increasingly dry. Furthermore, winter heaters, specific skin care products, and underlying skin disorders can cause microscopic tears in the protective skin barrier, allowing water to escape. As a result, implementing a customised skin care regimen that includes moisturising products could be extremely beneficial. Hyaluronic acid, glycerin, colloidal oatmeal, urea, propylene glycol, and sorbitol are humectants, which draw water to the skin to hydrate it. These chemicals can be found in a variety of products, such as moisturisers, eye creams, and serums. The use of HA-containing products tightens the skin around the eyes, increases moisture to reduce puffiness, and softens fine wrinkles throughout the face. Hyaluronic acid is effective when applied topically due to its ease of penetration. Our skin is the largest organ in the body, soaking up up to 60% of the nutrients applied to it. Furthermore, the lightweight, fluid nature of hyaluronic acid, as well as its ability to retain moisture from the environment and deeper dermis to completely hydrate the skin, are benefits. Who should benefit from hyaluronic acid? All skin types benefit from hyaluronic acid. It is non-irritating in general and does not aggravate acne, rosacea, or allergic skin conditions. However, there is a very small chance of experiencing any negative consequences. Individuals with dry and/or older skin will benefit the most from the application of hyaluronic acid. Because our bodies produce less hyaluronic acid as we age, people in their forties and fifties will benefit the most from applying it topically. Despite the fact that the term "acid" appears in the term of hyaluronic acid, those with sensitive skin should not be worried; it is completely safe for everyone. Because hyaluronic acid is naturally produced in our bodies, there are no known side effects from using it. If you have an allergic reaction to it or a product that contains it, contact your dermatologist immediately; the reaction could be caused by another active or inactive ingredient. Injectable Hyaluronic Acid Injections of hyaluronic acid are also available. Hyaluronic acid is a gel-like substance found in dermal fillers that attracts water after injection to replenish volume and restore lost structure. This helps to smooth the appearance of lines and wrinkles while also reducing the overall sunken or drooping appearance of the face. These dermal fillers can be used to treat nasolabial folds, marionette lines, cheek augmentation, chin augmentation, undereyes, lips, and back of the hands, among other things. Because the quality of fillers varies, it's critical to consult with your dermatologist about your options to ensure you get the best one for you. A cosmetic surgeon compares different types of hyaluronic acid fillers to different types of paintbrushes. They all contain the same component, but the density, lift-ability, and durability of the molecules vary depending on their size and arrangement. Additionally, it is reversible. Because it is injected into your face, it is not permanent. Because hyaluronic acid dermal fillers are reversible, your dermatologist can dissolve the filler quickly using the enzyme hyaluronidase if you are dissatisfied with the results or if a blood artery is blocked during the injection process. The enzyme works quickly; the substance dissolves quickly and is completely destroyed within 24 to 48 hours. Individuals who are allergic to bees, on the other hand, should proceed with caution — and consult a dermatologist — before attempting hyaluronidase-based therapy because the enzyme is found in bee venom. Hyaluronic acid fillers, on the other hand, are not for everyone. Except for pregnant women, the vast majority of people can benefit from hyaluronic acid fillers. Pregnancy and fillers have not been thoroughly studied, but dermatologists generally avoid injecting pregnant women due to uncertainty. Furthermore, if you have a current skin infection, you should avoid these fillers. First, treat the infection, and then return to your appointment once your dermatologist has given you the all-clear. If you're thinking about using hyaluronic fillers, there are a few minor risks to be aware of. Bruising and swelling are the most common side effects of any injectable treatment. The good news is that these shortfalls will only last a short time. Tenderness should subside within a few days. To reduce the risk of bruising, blood-thinning medications such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and red wine should be avoided for about a week before treatment. Furthermore, arnica and bromelain may aid in the reduction of swelling and bruising.
8 Habits That Cause Premature Wrinkles And Skin Aging
People of all ages have beautiful skin. But as time goes on, the glow of your skin can fade. Cut back on these habits that can make your skin look older before it's ready. 1. You can get dark circles and fine lines if you keep rubbing your eyes all the time. People get under-eye bags when the muscles around their eyes weaken as they get older. If you keep rubbing your eyes, it will be fine. It won't have any long-term effects. Continuous eye rubbing can cause an issue by increasing inflammation in the area. Keeping your eyes rubbed all the time can make the lines around your eyes look worse. I often see this as a problem for people with eczema, who may rub their eyes too much because they are itchy and hurt. Some people call them Dennie-Morgan lines because they look like a black eye when they get them. That's not all. It can darken the skin around the eyes if you pull, tug, and rub on the skin there. Determine what is making you rub your eyes. You should see an allergist to figure out what's causing your eyes to itch and to treat your symptoms. A dermatologist can help you figure out what kind of treatment is best for your eczema. 2. Not getting enough sleep hurts your skin's ability to grow new, healthy skin. A good night's sleep is important for energy, concentration, and having a good complexion. At night, the skin is in a state of renewal, and it starts to grow new skin. When you don't get enough sleep, it can show on your face. A study of 60 women published in Clinical and Experimental Dermatology in January 2015 found that women who didn't get enough sleep, which was defined as five hours or less, had more signs of ageing, a weaker skin barrier, and less satisfaction with their looks. You can get enough sleep if you follow the National Sleep Foundation's four tips: Every day, go to bed and wake up at the same time. This will help your body get used to the same times. Set up your bedroom in a dark, cool, and quiet way. Finish your meal at least two to three hours before going to sleep. If you drink a lot of caffeine in the afternoon, you should cut back a lot. 3. It can be hard to get a clean line when you use a straw. Were you born with a straw? It may keep your teeth from getting stained, but it can also make your mouth look older. This is a sign that your skin is getting older. There are muscles in the area around your lips when you drink from a straw. There is a better chance of getting that crease in the skin if we work those muscles more. It's the same reason that people who smoke get wrinkles around the mouth, like they do. To find the lines, you can keep your lips pursed over and over again. The best way to avoid straws is to not use them at all. 4. When you are stressed, cortisol is released, which causes collagen to break down. Whenever we are stressed, we feel it in every part of our bodies. Your skin is part of this. If you're always worried or can't sleep, your body is always making stress hormones, which can make you look older than you should. Inflammation and sagging skin are both caused by the stress hormone cortisol, which also breaks down collagen. Stress, because of the increased inflammation, has been shown to speed up the ageing process in studies. Stress can be reduced primarily by making changes to your lifestyle, like eating well, getting enough sleep, and practising meditation. All of these things have a big impact on the way your body and face look as you get older. Find out what truly relaxes you and do it often. 5. Using makeup to protect your skin from the sun exposes your skin to UV rays. SPF is the best way to keep your skin from getting older before it should. Ultraviolet (UV) light exposure caused about 80% of the visible signs of ageing on the face, like wrinkles and changes in pigmentation. You may not be protecting your skin from harmful UV rays if you only use makeup that has SPF in it. It blocks UVB rays but not UVA rays, which cause fine lines and brown spots. Most makeup blocks UVB but not UVA. As a bonus, to get the sunscreen benefit, you'd have to put on a lot of make-up. Makeup will add extra protection to sunscreen, but it's likely not enough on its own. Before you put on your makeup, put on a broad-spectrum SPF sunscreen or moisturiser. Broad-spectrum means that the product will protect your skin from both UVA and UVB rays, which can make your skin age. As well as their makeup, people need SPF to keep them safe. SPF 30 is a good level of protection for most people. 6. Sun damage can happen to your neck and hands if you don't pay attention. Ultraviolet light is the single most important thing you can do to keep from getting older. Even if you use sunscreen every day, you might forget about your neck and hands. This might be why they're the first places to show your age. Previous research found that women with visible veins and wrinkles on the hands were perceived to be older than their peers with plumper hands, even if they were the same age. In time, we lose some of our ability to move freely. The hands lose volume and fat, which makes the skin clear and wrinkled. Your skin kind of thins out, so your hands don't look as big. In this picture, you can see the veins a little better. They look wrinkly. As a result of long-term sun exposure, the skin on the neck can turn dark and look older. In the same way, you can try to avoid harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. If you must go outside, it's the easiest thing to do is find shade and wear a hat with a brim and sunscreen. She says that some of her patients wear gloves that protect their hands from the sun when they drive. 7. If You Don't Wear Sunglasses, You Risk Damage to Your Eyes and the Skin Around them. As we've said, UV rays can damage the eyelid, cornea, lens, and retina. Sunglasses protect the eyes from these rays, which can also damage the skin around the eyes. These movements like squinting, laughing, and frowning can make your face look older over time. The more you use your muscles to make these movements, the more wrinkles and lines will show up when your face is at rest. Even in the dead of winter, you should wear sunglasses. The more protection you have, the better off you will be. Look for a pair that says 100% protection against both UVA and UVB or 100% protection against UV 400 on the package. 8. Soap can make wrinkles worse. Despite what your grandparents say, soap bars are often full of harsh detergents that strip the skin of its natural oils, making it dry and flaky. Even though dry skin doesn't cause wrinkles on its own, it does make them easier to see. There are things that can cause allergies and rashes on your skin when you have dry skin. These things are things like bacteria and viruses. Because your skin's barrier is weaker when it is dry, this is the reason why. A lot of people have trouble with their skin, so they have to be careful with the soap they use. If you have sensitive skin, eczema, or rosacea, then yes, the soap you use will have an effect on how your skin looks and feels. You should use a cleanser that is hydrating to clean your face. You should look for the words gentle and moisturising on the package. Avoid using deodorant soap or products that could dry out your skin, like alcohol, fragrance, retinoids, or alpha hydroxy acid. After you wash your face, apply a moisturiser with antioxidants like vitamin C.