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Một số lưu ý khi dùng serum cấp nước cho da dầu

Những cô nàng có làn da dầu thường e ngại sử dụng mỹ phẩm cấp nước vì lầm tưởng sản phẩm sẽ tăng thêm nhờn cho da. Tuy nhiên, thực tế là công đoạn cấp nước lại giữ vai trò rất quan trọng cho da dầu.
Hãy cùng DHC Việt Nam tìm hiểu liệu nàng có nên sử dụng serum cấp nước cho da dầu không nhé!
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1. Có nên dùng serum cấp nước cho da dầu không?

Các chuyên gia về da liễu cho rằng da dầu khi được cấp đủ nước sẽ có khả năng hạn chế tiết thêm dầu thừa. Bởi cơ chế liên tục tiết dầu nhờn chính là dấu hiệu cho thấy da đang bị thiếu hụt nước. Vì thiếu nước mà tuyến bã nhờn tự động hoạt động tích cực hơn để bảo vệ độ ẩm của da, đảm bảo trạng thái cân bằng.
Da đổ nhiều dầu do thiếu nước
Các sản phẩm cấp nước cho da thường có hàm lượng lớn humectants có tác dụng ngậm nước và giữ nước. Chúng thường có các thành phần như: glycerin, hyaluronic acid, lecithin,...
Trong khi đó, serum cấp nước sở hữu lượng tinh chất cực kỳ cao, được đánh giá có độ thẩm thấu nhanh và khả năng cấp nước tuyệt vời cho làn da dầu. Do đó, serum cấp nước là giải pháp hoàn hảo giúp bù đắp nước cho da dầu kịp thời. Da dầu được bổ sung đủ nước sẽ hạn chế được tình trạng da tiết nhiều dầu thừa. Tuy nhiên, bạn vẫn cần sử dụng kem dưỡng ẩm để khóa ẩm, khóa dưỡng chất từ serum dưỡng da.

2. Cách sử dụng serum cấp nước cho da dầu đúng

2.1. Cách xài serum cấp nước cho da dầu
Như đã nói ở trên, thành phần chủ đạo trong hầu hết serum cấp nước là các chất có tác dụng giữ nước và cấp nước. Những thành phần này cấp nước theo cơ chế hút ẩm từ môi trường ẩm sang môi trường khô. Nếu thoa serum cấp nước trực tiếp lên da khi đang khô có thể khiến da dầu bị mất nước, mất độ ẩm và gây phản tác dụng.
Do đó, cách sử dụng serum cấp nước cho da dầu đúng cách chính là thoa serum trên nền da còn ẩm. Bạn có thể thoa serum ngay sau khi đã dùng nước hoa hồng hoặc một lớp xịt khoáng mỏng. Quan trọng không kém đó là đừng quên khóa ẩm cho da với một lớp kem dưỡng ẩm để chắc chắn rằng da tiếp nhận đủ các dưỡng chất trước đó mà không bị hao hụt.
Khóa ẩm bằng một lớp kem dưỡng ẩm để lưu giữ trọn vẹn dưỡng chất từ bước thoa serum trước đó
2.2. Quy trình sử dụng serum cấp nước cho da dầu mụn
Dưới đây là quy trình sử dụng serum cấp nước đúng cách giúp da dầu hạn chế đổ dầu thừa gây mụn:
Bước 1: Làm sạch bụi bẩn, bã nhờn trên da bằng nước/dầu tẩy trang và sữa rửa mặt.
Bước 2: Cân bằng độ ẩm trên da bằng toner/lotion, đồng thời làm sạch chất bẩn còn đọng lại trên da.
Bước 3: Nhỏ serum lên các vị trí: trán, hai bên gò má, mũi, cằm. Kết hợp động tác massage và vỗ nhẹ để serum thẩm thấu vào sâu trong da.
Bước 4: Thoa kem dưỡng ẩm để giữ lại dưỡng chất ở bên trong da.
2.3. Serum cấp nước cho da dầu mụn nhạy cảm
Hãy làm dịu lại làn da dầu mụn nhạy cảm với sản phẩm xịt khoáng trước khi sử dụng serum cấp nước. Thao tác này sẽ giúp làm dịu lại các kích ứng, giảm viêm và tạo nền ẩm cho da. Nhờ đó, serum cấp nước sẽ phát huy tốt hơn công dụng để cải thiện da dầu mụn nhạy cảm.

3. Một số chú ý về serum cấp nước cho da dầu

3.1. Sai lầm khi lựa chọn serum không phù hợp
Khi lựa chọn serum cấp nước cho da dầu mụn nhạy cảm, nhiều người thường ít quan tâm đến các thành phần có khả năng gây kích ứng trong sản phẩm. Hành động bất cẩn này có thể khiến da dầu gánh chịu một số phản ứng tiêu cực.
Paraben, hương liệu là những cái tên không nên có mặt trong bảng thành phần. Bên cạnh đó, da dầu mụn nhạy cảm cũng nên hạn chế serum chứa dầu khoáng để tránh tăng sinh thêm nhờn, gây mụn.
Hãy lưu ý tránh xa các serum cấp nước có paraben, hương liệu, sulfate
3.2. Sai lầm khi sử dụng quá nhiều serum cấp nước cho da dầu
Sản phẩm tốt chỉ phát huy hết tác dụng khi được kết hợp với cách sử dụng đúng. Bất kỳ loại serum cấp nước nào cũng chỉ nên được thoa lên da tối đa 2 lần mỗi ngày. Tần suất này là vừa đủ để dưỡng chất thẩm thấu vào da nhanh chóng và tăng cường hiệu quả.
Việc sử dụng serum quá nhiều lần trong ngày trên da dầu có thể khiến da bị bít tắc lỗ chân lông. Điều này sẽ vô tình làm lỗ chân lông to hơn và tạo điều kiện cho vi khuẩn sinh mụn phát triển.
3.3. Nhầm tưởng serum cấp nước và serum dưỡng ẩm
Nhiều phái nữ khi bắt đầu làm quen với serum cấp nước rất dễ lầm tưởng đây là serum dưỡng ẩm. Tuy nhiên, 2 dòng mỹ phẩm này là khác nhau, điểm cơ bản nằm ở hàm lượng chất hút nước và chất khóa ẩm.
Nếu thành phần chính của serum cấp nước chủ yếu là các chất hút ẩm (HA, Glycerin,…) thì serum dưỡng ẩm chứa nhiều chất khóa ẩm hơn (jojoba, lanolin,…) Bên cạnh đó, kết cấu của serum cấp nước mỏng nhẹ hơn hẳn so với serum dưỡng ẩm nên cực kỳ phù hợp cho da dầu.
HA là chất hút ẩm thường xuyên có mặt trong các loại serum cấp nước
3.4. Sai lầm trong cách bảo quản serum cấp nước cho da dầu
Nhiều chị em thường không quá để ý đến việc bảo quản serum ở nơi thoáng mát, cứ để ở bên ngoài. Tuy nhiên, có những ngày thời tiết nắng nóng, nhiệt độ quá cao sẽ khiến các thành phần trong serum cấp ẩm bị biến đổi cấu trúc.
Bên cạnh đó, sau khi mở nắp, hãy sử dụng serum nhanh chóng vì nếu để quá lâu cũng sẽ khiến sản phẩm bị oxy hóa dần và giảm tác dụng đáng kể.

Tổng kết

Serum cấp nước cho da dầu là sản phẩm vô cùng cần thiết vừa giúp da cân bằng độ ẩm và lượng nước, vừa hạn chế tiết dầu thừa. Tuy nhiên, nàng hãy lưu ý cẩn thận khi chọn lựa serum phù hợp cũng như trong quá trình sử dụng sản phẩm.
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What are Sprains and strains? Sprains and strains are injuries or twists to muscles or ligaments. It causes swelling, pain, or discomfort to that specific affected area. What causes sprains and strains? Different types of physical activities in our daily life cause sprains and strains. People who are more into sports or adventures will face this kind of issue. Sprains are ligament injuries that happen when a joint is twisted or wrenched. CBD Muscle Balm and Sprains? CBD Muscle Balm help you in managing the pain caused by sprains but it depends on how much muscle has been affected during different type of activity you were doing. If the sprain is not much or deep then CBD Muscle Balm will help in healing along with the CBD you need to consider other things. As CBD Muscle Balm has anti-inflammatory properties it heals the body on the affected part. The body has an inbuilt healing mechanism whenever you are body is showing symptoms like pain and aches it’s a good sign because it is healing the injured part itself. But if in case the pain is manageable then there is no need to worry but when it is unbearable you should go for different options available like usage of Pain relief balms, CBD Muscle Balm, CBD Cream, etc. If you think CBD Muscle Balm is giving relief from pain then you should apply it regularly for healing. But if the CBD Muscle Balm is not working you should go and consult a doctor. The sprains can be treated by taking proper rest and food. If the injury is deep, it cannot be managed with only tips and tricks you to take professional advice or check-up from the doctor. You should keep a check on your injuries. You know your body better than anyone else when you think anything is not working and you will need medical assistance then go for whatever you feel is right for you.
How Can You Tell The Difference Between a Synthetic And Human Hair Wig?
The difference between synthetic and human hair HD lace wigs is the fibers. The materials between them are different, and the wearing effect is also different. Please read the full text for specific details. What is a human hair wig? Human Brazilian hair wigs come in two categories: processed hair and raw hair. The hairs are kept together to ensure that the cuticle is facing in the same direction as when growing from the head. It ensures the most natural appearance as well as easier brushing. When hair cuticle reverses, they are more likely to break. Advantages: 1. Modeling versatility. It can be curled, permed, straightened, or colored at any time, just like natural hair. However, before replacing a human hair melt lace wig, you should consult a stylist first. They will be able to teach you the best techniques for styling and maintaining your wig. 2. The texture. Human hair wigs are the same as the real hair and come in a variety of textures so you can always find your natural hair to match. 3. A long life. If properly cared for, a human hair wig worn daily can last two to three times longer than a synthetic wig for a year or more. 4. Natural look. The human hair wig feels great and looks very natural. Disadvantages: 1. Maintenance: regular cleaning, deep conditioning, and re-modeling are required to maintain its natural luster. 2. Cost: Because they're harvested from human hair, they're usually more expensive. 3. Weight: Human hair wigs feel heavier than synthetic wigs of similar length and style. 4. Weather: Just like your natural hair, human hair wigs can become frizzy, soft, or dry depending on the weather. 5. Fading: The color of a wig can oxidize or fade when exposed to light. What is a synthetic wig? Synthetic hair wigs are made of plastic fibers, usually a type of nylon. The quality and properties of these fibers vary by manufacturer and wig style. High-quality synthetic fibers will retain their luster, color, and shape, not low-quality fibers. Advantages: 1. Easy to care for: Synthetic wigs require almost no maintenance. Simply wash, dry, and shake them, and the wig will return to its original shape. 2. Weather resistance: Synthetic wigs retain their style regardless of the weather. 3. Versatility: Because of the low cost, you can buy multiple synthetic wigs to experiment with different styles, cuts, and colors. Cost: Synthetic wigs are relatively cheap. Disadvantages: 1. Unnatural: Some economical or inexpensive synthetic wigs may have an unnatural sheen. 2. Longevity: Synthetic wigs and headwear don't last as long as human hair wigs, usually lasting 4-6 months. 3. Low versatility: Synthetic wigs cannot be straightened or crimped with heated styling tools unless they are specially designed as "heat-friendly" synthetic wigs. 4. Do not change color: Recoloring is not recommended for synthetic wigs, and traditional hair colors do not adhere to the fibers. 5. Air permeability: The air permeability of synthetic wigs is less than that of human hair lace wigs. They are hot and can cause irritation and discomfort in warm weather. West Kiss Hair's wigs are made of 100% human hair, which fits your skin very naturally, so you don't have to worry about the risk of being discovered.
Natural And Ayurvedic Skincare Routine For Radiant Skin
When you clean your skin thoroughly at night, you help prevent clogged pores and, as a result, the occurrence of blackheads and pimples. Because skin penetration levels are higher at night, your products will work much better and deliver results much faster. We've put together a nighttime skincare routine for women who want to achieve glowing skin quickly. 1. Cleanse your face. Always wash your face to remove all makeup, dirt, and pollution from your skin. Your face wash should fight signs of ageing and improve skin radiance by containing the goodness of kakadu plum, the highest source of vitamin C. Kakadu plum contains natural fruit aha, which promotes cell renewal and gently exfoliates the skin to control excess oil, which can lead to pigmentation when exposed to the sun. It protects your skin from free radical damage, keeping it healthy and radiant. 2. Apply a brightening serum. After cleansing your face, apply a hydrating and brightening serum all over it. Choose a saffron-infused serum cleanses and exfoliates the skin while improving blood circulation and providing a glow. Rose extract aids in the unclogging of pores, the removal of dirt and oil, the restoration of pH balance, and the lightening and brightening of the skin. Lotus and aloe vera nourish the skin, exfoliate dead skin cells, and provide radiance. 3. Apply moisturiser to your face. Apply a brightening face cream to lock in moisture and prevent overdrying. Pick a skin brightening face cream with advanced bioactive phytoextracts that penetrate deeply into skin layers and effectively reduce dark spots, dullness, melasma, hyperpigmentation, and age spots. It should stimulate cell renewal, resulting in clearer, more even-toned skin. Vitamin C the most effective, quick, and safe skin brightener that protects against oxidative stress and effectively reduces liver spots. 4. Apply a face oil. With a nourishing face oil, you can seal in the moisture and goodness of all the other products. Pick a face oil containing antioxidant-rich saffron and say hello to a deep radiating glow, clearer skin, and a bright complexion. Choose anti-inflammatory and anti-acne herbs like Manjishtha, Turmeric and Lodhra to reduce breakouts, acne, and flaunt even-toned skin! 5. Face sculpting. Using a jade roller or a gua sha, sculpt your face. Massaging your face with these tools improves the absorption of other skincare products while also increasing blood circulation. It can help to work the facial tissues and relax the muscles, resulting in less puffiness. It also aids in the reduction of wrinkles and dark circles. 6. Use a lip mask. Apply a lip sleeping mask right before bed to prevent your lips from drying out or flaking. A lip plumping mask with Vitamin C and antioxidants moisturises dry lips. If you apply it at night, you will wake up with smoother lips. It provides intense moisturisation if it is formulated with shea butter and manuka honey. Besides this, lingonberry and turmeric oil, also help lighten dark lips, as well as coconut and castor oil, which aid in the removal of dead cells and flaky skin. 7. Cover everything with a sleep mask. By finishing the routine with a sleep mask, you can seal in all of the skincare products. Pick a prebiotic sleep mask to wake up with a refreshing glory. A sleep mask is designed to provide maximum comfort by nourishing your skin with prebiotics, retinol, collagen protein, and hyaluronic acid. Whichever combination you choose will nourish and hydrate your skin throughout the night. Make this sleep mask a part of your daily nighttime routine to wake up with refreshed, moisturised, plumpy, tight skin. It also aids in the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles.
Stop Washing Your Face in The Shower - Here's Why.
Women with sensitive skin, acne prone skin, or dry skin have probably heard a common refrain from their expert friends and family about how their shower time could be exacerbating their problems. It's such a common refrain in the skincare world that some people question whether you should even shower daily — for reasons other than the potential harm to your face. What kind of shower is best for your facial skin? Long or short? Is it better to bathe with cold or warm water? The truth is that the verdict on showers and their benefits for the skin on your face isn't all that clear, and rather than accepting one opinion as "gospel," you should consider your own skin needs and how showering may help or stop you from getting your face what it needs in order to glow. What Happens to Your Skin in a Shower? The question of what showering does to your skin is perhaps the most important information in this discussion — and there are already some disagreements. However, the general consensus is that showering daily can have a few negative effects on your skin and the skin on your face. In the worst-case scenario, daily showering can exacerbate skin problems such as dry skin, itching, cracking, and bacterial overgrowth. Showering can help reduce skin bacteria, which is sometimes beneficial — but not always. While it may come as a surprise, bacteria are not all bad. In fact, bacteria and the health of your skin have a close relationship. Bacteria are necessary for the health of your skin. For example, in order for your immune system to function properly, it must be exposed to microorganisms on a regular basis. Keeping your skin clean and free of dirt and bacteria does not make you healthier; instead, it prevents your immune system from properly training its antibodies for future encounters. As a result, the antibacterial soaps that many people use in showers and hand scrubbing situations may kill off the important 'should be here' bacteria. When this happens, you're merely making room for more dangerous bacteria to colonise. And this is a major concern for people who take hot showers frequently, because excessive showering can cause your skin to dry and crack over time, allowing these more dangerous bacteria to enter your body beneath the skin barrier. This can lead to major issues, infections, and problems in the future. Is it bad to wash your face while you shower? Despite all of our warnings, there are still plenty of reasons to take our advice with a grain of salt. While a celebrity dermatologist may recommend you not to wash your face during your shower routine, the reality is that there is very little evidence to suggest any danger to your face in particular. We couldn't find any studies that suggested that washing your face in the shower could cause an increase in acne, wrinkles, dryness, or skin conditions like rosacea or eczema. The wrong products, many of which may be in your shower, are what will cause your skin problems. For example, the American Academy of Dermatology Association (AAD) recommends avoiding alcohol and abrasive cleaners, as well as sponges, washcloths and mesh cleaning tools that can irritate your skin. That means that many of the tools you use to wash your body (and may have in your shower) aren't good for your facial skin. And, after a thorough body scrub, remember not to scrub too hard on your face. Cleansers should be applied with your fingertips, and the cleanser should be removed with the same care. And, as the AAD points out, there's the issue of water temperature, which they recommend for face washing be "lukewarm." This is likely unhappy news if you enjoy hot or cold showers. Is water temperature important? You're probably wondering, "Why the big deal about hot water?" What about saunas, steam rooms and hot towels? "What exactly is it about my shower water that is so bad for my face?" As it turns out, there's a lot that can go wrong with it. Excessively hot water has been linked to an increased risk of irritation and inflammation of the skin on your face, according to research. As far as we're concerned, this does not imply that taking a shower is bad for your face. It does, however, imply that your face-specific routine may be best staged outside of the shower, where you can control temperature, reduce the risk of injury due to water temperature fluctuations, and generally do better work for your skin health. You may be wondering about the benefits of steam and whether they mitigate the risk of irritation. Steam and hot water have numerous benefits for your skin — and the things that live in your skin. Steam can loosen and soften buildup, making blackheads and other solid blemishes easier to remove from your pores. Steaming your skin can also provide additional benefits for serums and moisturisers later on. Topical products can often be better accepted by your skin by opening up your pores and making your skin more permeable. And, contrary to popular belief, steam is beneficial to your skin's relative moisture levels. It can not only help you add water to your individual skin cells, but it can also help make subsequent products like moisturisers and serums more effective. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, steam increases blood flow in your skin's blood vessels, which can lead to increased collagen production and, eventually, plump and firm skin. All of this being said, it is recommended that you use a hot towel or bowl rather than a shower, as this gives you more control over the time and level of contact water has with your face, as well as the ability to adjust the temperature. These things are important for people who have rosacea and redness, as well as those who have broken capillaries. Women with sensitive skin should exercise caution as well, as steaming can aggravate inflammatory conditions (which means people with eczema should also be wary). When You Should Wash Your Face Instead So, the shower is off, and we both agree on that. So, where do you wash your face? When, where, and why? You should wash your face twice a day, plus more if you get sweaty, as you might after exercise or time in the sun. In most cases, washing once in the morning and once at night is sufficient. According to what we can tell, you're fine to do one of those washes right after a shower — lukewarm water and a non-abrasive, non-alcoholic cleanser are the gentle combination you'll need. Just remember to be a little gentler than you would be with your back, legs, or feet. By the way, now is the ideal time to apply a moisturiser. Hot showers (especially long ones) can dry out your skin, and for people with psoriasis and other skin issues, they can aggravate existing problems. The best time to replenish lost moisture and protect yourself for the day ahead is after your post-shower face wash.
How Much Does a Retirement Home Cost Per Month in Ontario, Canada?
When you feel that you have exhausted home care and other options, you may find that paying for senior care is more affordable than you thought. Once you decide to move to a retirement home, the next question that comes to your mind is the retirement home monthly cost or monthly fees. All things considered, now is the right time to dip into your nest egg to spend your golden years with comfort, peace, dignity, and a better quality of life. The amount you can expect to pay to live in senior care or retirement home can vary greatly depending on several factors. Your care costs are influenced by the type of retirement community or home you choose, as well as the level of care required keeping the status of your current health in mind. Once these factors are determined, your next step will be researching the associated costs and finding a retirement community or home within your budget. The median retirement home cost per month can range from CAD$1,453 to CAD$4,500 or higher based on the location and size of the accommodations, the type of community, and the quality and number of amenities. The seniors and their families should consult a financial planner before deciding to move. You may contrast your current living expenses to the retirement home fees and ask them about their cost to you. Ontario has some of the most affordable as well as expensive retirement homes across Canada, covering a wide range of specialized needs and forms of care. Here costs average approximately CAD$3,038 per month. There is a difference in retirement home costs for active seniors, assisted living, long-term care, and memory care. Depending on your requirement, Ontario retirement homes offer a wide range of services from modest to luxurious, where the cost differs accordingly. The average fee of the retirement homes in Canada can vary from CAD$1,500 to CAD$6,000. Monthly Cost of Independent Senior Living Care You have always looked forward to retirement or the golden years of your life. Trips abroad, seeing the country, rediscovering hobbies, and reawakening passions long submerged during the childrearing and working years is a dream you wish to pursue but are still burdened with cumbersome home ownership and maintenance tasks. Independent living communities, or retirement homes, are designed especially for seniors who want to spend more time living and less time doing. They meet your needs to socialize and lead a better quality of life as well. Retirement communities vary widely based on monthly costs and can cost from CAD$2,000 to CAD$5,000 or more. The average fee of renting a senior housing space in Ontario is around CAD$3,038 per month. In Ontario, retirement homes usually offer better amenities than in other Canadian provinces. The rent usually includes three daily meals, utilities, on-site medical services, and a registered nurse, besides various services and amenities. There are many resort-style communities across the province, which are very reasonably priced in some locations. Many factors such as the following decide the monthly cost. Type of the Community While a stand-alone community offering fewer features and amenities may be more affordable, an independent living community located on the campus of a continuing care community, however, will come with more services and amenities, leading to a higher price tag. Geography Major metropolitan areas nay has multiple senior living options but comes with a higher cost of living that leads to a higher monthly fee. Rates will probably be higher in the more desirable neighborhoods. The size or square footage will also impact the monthly cost. Monthly Cost of Assisted Living Care Most assisted living home is privatized in Ontario. Hence, all the cost is borne by the residents, compared to the long-term care subsidized by the provincial government. However, long-term care may also need you to be on the waiting list. Though, there are some assisted living communities in Ontario subsidized under government programs. The better-quality communities again require a waiting period. Those associated with churches or other charities also have unique requirements to be fulfilled before being accepted into Assisted Living Care. Privately run assisted living retirement communities in Ontario, on the other hand, readily accept new community members. Premium assisted living care facilities may charge higher rates but focus on offering the best care and services, besides other benefits such as community life, easy socialization, and renewed enthusiasm for life. In the majority of these, all the costs of living, such as food, care, and other monthly expenses like hydro, heat, upkeep, taxes, etc., are included to give you a carefree life. Enlisted below are some factors which impact the monthly fees you may end up paying at the retirement home you choose. 1. The quality of the community is affected by variables, such as recent renovation, recently built, quality of construction, amenities, features, etc. 2. The assistance you require with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). Most retirement homes list only the essential cost for assisted living care and then charge extra based on specific needs such as help with feeding, bathing, etc., while others include some care services as well. 3. Real estate prices depend on proximity to the city center. The retirement home costs increase as you get closer to the city center, paralleling an increase in real estate prices. Monthly Cost of Long-Term Care A Long-Term Care Home (LCTH) is a retirement facility where seniors can live and receive help with most or all daily activities, besides receiving nursing and personal care 24 hours a day. A Long-Term Care Home provides additional care and supervision, in a safe and supportive setting, for those with more complex health care needs. People often explore Long-Term Care Homes when: 1. The family or caregivers can no longer provide support. 2. Health needs require ongoing care. 3. The patient is incapable of returning home after spending time in the hospital. 4. Care needs exceed those available in the community. The Funding In Ontario, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care regulates, inspects, and determines accommodation fees for all Long-Term Care Homes. Long-term care is part of the health care system in the province and is publicly funded on a cost-shared basis with residents. While, personal elderly care and nursing homes are funded by the government, where residents are responsible for their accommodation costs, such as room and board. The Accommodation Costs If you decide that moving into a Long-Term Care Home is necessary, the next step is to determine the length of stay, either temporary or long-term. Accommodation costs follow the same standard in all Long-Term Care Homes across Ontario; however, the monthly rates depend on the type of accommodation desired as follows: 1. CAD$2,701.61 per month for Long-stay Private. 2. CAD$2,280.04 per month for Long-stay Semi-private. 3. CAD$1,891.31 per month for Long-stay Basic. 4. CAD$40.24 per day for Short-stay Government Subsidies According to Ability to Pay Residents who lack the financial means to cover the cost of a basic room may be eligible for a subsidy through the Long-Term Care Home Rate Reduction Program by the government of Ontario. To reduce their monthly bill, eligible residents can benefit from up to CAD$1,891.31 a month to help pay for their basic long-term care accommodation. The subsidy is only available to residents requesting a basic room and not a semi-private or private room. Those who qualify must complete an application form and submit it to their Long-Term Care Home. From January 1, 2018, the Long-Term Care Homes Act in Ontario now grants preferential access to people seeking to be reunited in a Long-Term Care Home with their spouse or partner. Spousal placement is given the highest priority, the same as a crisis, meaning spouses spend less time waiting to be reunited and more time spending their days together. Inclusions in the Accommodation Fees Seniors can expect the following services and facilities in a Long-Term Care Home: 1. Shared dining room, TV rooms, and other living areas. 2. Nursing and personal care on a 24-hour basis. 3. Access to health professionals. 4. An individual care plan that is reviewed every 03 months 5. Furnishings such as bed and chair. 6. Meals include special diets. 7. Bed linens and laundry. 8. Personal hygiene supplies 9. Medical/clinical supplies such as walkers and wheelchairs for occasional use. 10. Housekeeping 11. Individualized religious and spiritual services. 12. Social and recreational programs. 13. Medical services 14. Assistance with activities of daily living. 15. The resident must pay for services, such as hairdressing, cable TV, telephone services, and transportation. Monthly Cost of Memory Care Memory care facilities in a retirement home are sometimes used by families when they are on a waiting list for a long-term care home. There is a wide range in the cost of memory care influenced by several key factors such as location, unit floor plans, amenities, and health care needs. While some memory care facilities charge CAD$2,500 a month or less, others may cost over CAD$10,000 a month, with a few communities charging more than CAD$12,000. The median cost of memory care is a good starting point because the median is just the middle, not the average. Hence it is not affected by concentrations of excessively high or low prices. The average memory care facility cost is CAD$5,430 a month. The average cost of memory care varies state-by-state because of factors such as the cost of living in a given area and high concentrations of high- or low-cost communities. Therefore, before moving your loved one to memory care, you must find out the following: The Price Though a base rate can probably apply, specific care charges can change month to month, depending on factors like time of the year, vacancy, and staff availability. The Inclusions Many retirement homes charge an all-inclusive monthly fee, but some have different prices based on care needs. Clarify what type of care and services will be included in the price. Floor Plans Most memory care communities offer studio or shared room options. Some may offer one or two-bedroom options for a higher price as well. Annual Increase in Prices Memory care prices usually increase by 3% to 8% annually. Community Entry Fee/Deposit Many retirement homes charge a one-time community fee, ranging from CAD$1,000 to the cost of the rent in the first month. This fee covers the extra services and one-on-one time needed to help a new resident settle into the community. Enquire if there are any move-in incentives or discounts, such as end-of-year rates, rate lock-ins, waived community entry fees, etc. Maximum Amount of Care Offered The senior care needs will be evaluated as a part of the move-in process. However, these may change over time. Knowing the maximum price and care options will enable you to plan accordingly.
The Best and Worst Ways to Get Rid of Blackheads
Some people don't even know they have acne because it doesn't look like a blemish at all. Acne comes in many different shapes, sizes, and colours. Take blackheads, those pesky dark-colored spots filled with gunk. If you've ever tried to squeeze one, you're likely to have found yourself facing down an angry bump instead, and you'll have quickly regretted it. So, what is the best way to get rid of this kind of acne on your skin? Before we look at the causes and who is most likely to get blackheads, let's look at who is most likely to get them. Blackheads are caused by a lot of different factors. People who get blackheads have too much sebum (oil), dead skin, and possibly C. acnes (the bacteria that causes acne) stuck in their hair follicles, which makes it hard for them to clean. When these things are exposed to the air, they turn black. Blackheads are called comedones in medicine. As acne starts to form, comedones start to form. When the follicle gets bigger and bigger, it can break open and spill its contents into the surrounding skin layer, which is called the dermis. This can cause an inflammatory response. This shows up on the skin as an inflammatory papule, which is more commonly known as a pimple. This is a lot more dangerous than a blackhead. Acne-prone people are more likely to get blackheads, but there is also a genetic predisposition. Hormones also play a role, causing sebum to be made (skin oil). Enlarged pores can also be found in people who have had a lot of sun damage. Ostia (small openings) can look bigger and more dilated if there is less collagen in the dermis around the hair follicle. People with the condition Favre-Racouchot have large blackheads on parts of their skin that have been sunburned. This is a very extreme example of this, though. Skin care: how to avoid getting blackheads Topical or oral retinoids can be used to keep blackheads at bay, such as prescription drugs like tretinoin or Retin-A. Adapalene, also known as Differin, is an over-the-counter retinoid that can be used to treat comedonal acne. Patients with more severe comedonal acne may need to take oral retinoids, like isotretinoin or Accutane, to get better. adds that chemical exfoliants can also be good, but doesn't like scrubs because they can irritate the skin. Getting rid of blackheads is the best way to do it. If you already have blackheads, there are a few dermatologist-approved ways to get rid of them. Some of them are also good ways to keep them from coming back. Make sure you use products that have Salicylic Acid in them. Salicylic acid, which is a beta hydroxy acid, is one of the best things you can use to get rid of blackheads. It increases cell turnover and unclogs pores. adds that the acne treatment can help dry out active acne lesions because it is a mild chemical irritant, which can help dry them out. A lot of research shows that salicylic acid can help with acne. Small double-blind and controlled studies show that people who used a 2 percent salicylic acid wash for two weeks had less acne lesions in 30 of the people who took part in the study. Add a Retinoid to Your Routine. Retinoids, which can be bought with a prescription (like Retin-A) or over the counter (Differin), are a good way to get rid of blackheads on the skin. Retinoids help keep the follicular ostia (where hair grows) from becoming blocked. They do this by promoting skin turnover and reducing the "stickiness" of the skin cells. When you start using retinoid cream, comedones may get worse because cell turnover increases against a clogged opening, causing the pores to widen even more. If you keep getting help for your skin condition, the blocked ostia will start to get better, and with more skin turnover, they are less likely to get blocked again in the future. You can also use retinoid to fight ageing and regenerate your skin. Take a look at Alpha Hydroxy Acids. Alpha hydroxy acids, like glycolic acid and lactic acid, can also be good for your skin. Salicylic acid is better at unclogging pores, though. Choose an in-office treatment with your Dermatologist. People who see a dermatologist can help them get rid of their dark spots on their skin. You can get in-office treatments that can help make your pores look less noticeable. Those are called laser treatments, and they don't hurt. They include nonablative resurfacing like Fraxel laser, Clear + Brilliant laser, and microneedling. While some people are happy with the results of a single treatment, others may need more than one to get the results they want. Worst Ways to Get Blackheads Out of Your Skin Harsh Scrubs. Some people want to use an exfoliating scrub right away to get rid of all their dead skin. People who use chemical exfoliators like AHAs should avoid over-exfoliating with a granule scrub like they might have been told to do as a teen, when they manually scrubbed the grains into their skin until it was red. Harsh scrubs can strip your natural oils and make your skin more oily, says a doctor at the hospital. Manual Extractions. Fight the urge to pop any pimples that you see. If you squeeze your blackheads, you can cause the follicle to break open and cause an inflammatory lesion, or cyst, to form. As a result, you can turn your blackhead into something that's much more serious on your skin Keep in mind that the closer a blackhead is to the surface of your skin, the less risky it is to get rid of it. Suction tools. Tech that says it can remove sebum from pores may sound good, but these products may do more harm than good, so be careful. This suction can be bad for the skin on your face. It can cause broken blood vessels, or telangiectasias, to appear, especially around your nose. Final Thoughts While it might be almost impossible not to try to remove that blackhead with your own two fingers, try your best not to do it. Prevention is the best medicine. The best way to get rid of blackheads is to use a few effective ingredients, such as retinoids, which are both good for your skin and good for keeping new blackheads away. Take your skin to a dermatologist for help.
How Can You Tell If a Wig Is Most Suitable For You?
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Bài tập giảm mỡ bụng dưới tại nhà là một trong những bài tập giúp bạn lấy lại vóc dáng nhanh chóng mà nhất là tập trung vùng bụng. Khu vực khoanh vùng ở bụng chia làm 3 phần : bụng trên, bụng dưới và 2 bên đường eo. Trong 3 phần kể trên thì điểm tích tụ mỡ nhanh và nhiều nhất chính là bụng dưới. Vậy Làm sao để có vòng eo thon gọn và săn chắc, không còn bụng dưới nữa thì ngoài cơ chế ăn uống và sinh hoạt lành mạnh, anh chị em ta cũng cần dành thời kì tập thể dục để đốt cháy mỡ thừa vùng bụng dưới. Cùng vận dụng Bài tập giảm mỡ bụng dưới tại nhà dưới đây của Genie cosmetic nhé. Kiên trì tập luyện sau 7 ngày sẽ thấy thành quả tuyệt vời. 1. Bài tập giảm mỡ bụng dưới tại nhà - Gập bụng Đầu tiên là một động tác thường gập nhiều nhất khi gặp vấn đề về mỡ bụng dưới, đây là một trong những bài tập bụng đơn giản nhưng lại giúp bạn đốt cháy mỡ bụng một cách dễ dàng. Hoạt động cả cơ bụng trên và dưới. Các bước thực hiện như sau: Cách làm Nằm lên. Đặt tay sau đầu. Đừng đan các ngón tay vào nhau vì nó sẽ gây thêm sức ép lên cổ của bạn. Gập đầu gối và đặt bàn chân lên thảm sao cho mặt chạm vào đùi, bàn chân vẫn áp vào mặt thảm. Giữ nguyên tư thế trong 5 giây rồi từ từ nâng người nằm xuống thảm. Làm 3 hiệp trước hết. Sau đó, bạn có thể thực hiện 4-5 hiệp hoặc nhiều hơn trong quá trình tập luyện của mình. Lúc muốn tăng lên hiệu quả, bạn có thể nâng chân cao hơn, ngửng đầu cao hơn. Trở lại vị trí ban sơ và lặp lại ít nhất 10 lần. 2. Bài tập giảm mỡ bụng dưới tại nhà - Săn cơ bụng Đây là bài tập được áp dụng hầu hết các trường thể thao trên thế giới,với bài tập này, toàn thể vùng bụng của bạn sẽ được hoạt động. Động tác Plank tác động hiệu quả tới cơ bụng thẳng và xương sườn ngang, giúp đốt cháy mỡ thừa hết sức hiệu quả và nhanh chóng đồng thời tăng sức bền và săn chắc cơ bắp. Cách làm: Giữ đầu thẳng, mắt nhìn về phía trước. Chống tay xuống sàn, tạo thành góc 90 độ. Lưng và chân phải tạo thành một đường thẳng. Hai chân khép lại, duỗi thẳng ra sau, mũi chân hơi nâng lên. Giữ động tác này trong 30 giây hoặc hơn. Lưu Ý: Không nên vận dụng cho những người vừa sinh mổ (trong vòng 6 tháng trở lại đây) hoặc bất kỳ cuộc phẫu thuật nào. Có vấn đề với gân, viêm các cơ quan nội tạng hoặc các vấn đề về tim và mạch máu. Tìm hiểu thêm Bác sĩ người Nhật chia sẻ 3 cách giảm cân an toàn tại nhà mà không mệt Tìm hiểu thêm 7 Bí Kíp giảm cân hiệu quả trong 1 tháng cho người thừa cân. 3. Bài tập giảm mỡ bụng dưới tại nhà - Xoay cơ bụng Bài tập này có tác dụng vùng hông, vai, cổ, cột sống. Ngoài ra, tư thế này còn giúp hệ bài xuất của bạn hoạt động tốt hơn. Cách làm: Ngồi ở tư thế hai gót chân chạm vào thảm, hai tay đặt nhẹ lên tai. Siết cơ bụng và luân phiên vặn người sang hai bên. Thực hiện động tác này cho tới lúc bạn cảm thấy mỏi ở hông. Thực hiện 3 lần, mỗi lần 12-15 lần trong 2 phút trở lên. Lưu Ý: Những người bị viêm dạ dày, thấp khớp, các vấn đề về hệ hô hấp, các bệnh tim mạch hoặc các bệnh liên quan tới túi mật ko nên vận dụng bài tập bụng này. 4. Bài tập giảm mỡ bụng dưới tại nhà - Gập bụng chữ V Có thể nói động tác gập bụng chữ V là một động tác khó, nhưng tính hiệu quả của nó mang lại gấp 3 những động tác trên, anh chị em ta phải vận dụng tối đa cơ bụng để thực hiện động tác này. Cách làm: Nằm ngửa, hai chân duỗi thẳng. Nâng chân lên cao khỏi sàn. Vận chuyển về phía trước bằng hai chân, hai tay duỗi thẳng về phía chân. Quay trở lại tư thế băm và xoay người sang phải, chống tay phải trên sàn và tăng lên chân. Quay sang trái và thực hiện tương tự như trên. Lặp lại toàn thể động tác. Trên đây là 4 động tác được bầu chọn là hiệu quả nhất trong rất nhiều động tác giảm mỡ bụng dưới, chúng ta nên nhớ kết quả có tốt hay không nằm ở tính kiên nhẫn tập luyện các Bài tập giảm mỡ bụng dưới tại nhà, ban đầu tiên thì sẽ rất đau ở vùng bụng, nhưng càng về sau khi cơ thể quen dần thì sẽ không còn khó chịu nữa nhé. Genie cosmetic chúc chúng ta sẽ có 1 vóc dáng khỏe mạnh và vòng eo lý tưởng. Tìm hiểu thêm  Viên uống hủy mỡ bụng Belly Balance Genie Tìm hiểu thêm  Máy mát xa bụng có hiệu quả không ? 7 điều đánh giá một máy mát xa bụng Tìm hiểu thêm Thức uống siêu huỷ mỡ bụng 15cm 2 tháng mà ít ai biết ——————————————————– Tìm hiểu thêm qua kênh Facebook Genie Cosmestic Tìm hiểu thêm qua kênh Facebook Vy Paris Spa & Clinic
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.
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.