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Serum là gì? Tác dụng của Serum tới da

Serum được xem như là “thần dược” dưỡng da, là một bước không thể thiếu trong chu trình skincare của chị em phụ nữ. Tủ đồ của phái đẹp tuyệt nhiên không thể thiếu một em serum dưỡng da.
Nhưng để hiểu rõ và tối ưu hiệu quả của chúng thì không phải ai trong số chúng ta cũng đều biết rõ. Hãy để DHC Việt Nam cùng bạn tìm hiểu cách sử dụng serum một cách tối ưu nhất nhé!
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1. Serum là gì?

Serum hay còn gọi là huyết thanh, là một dạng tinh chất chứa các hoạt chất cao cấp có tác dụng gấp 10 lần kem dưỡng. Kết cấu của serum luôn mỏng nhẹ hơn kem dưỡng ẩm nên dễ dàng thẩm thấu vào 3 lớp biểu bì, nuôi dưỡng da từ sâu bên trong.
Serum là tinh chất có chứa nhiều hoạt chất dưỡng da cao cấp
Trong serum thường có đến 70% thành phần tinh chất nên chỉ cần một lượng nhỏ là cũng có thể khiến da mặt của bạn trở nên căng bóng, khỏe mạnh rồi.
>> Sản phẩm cho bạn: Serum chống nắng trắng da DHC

2. Tác dụng của serum đối với làn da

Điều khiến serum được hội chị em yêu thích là bởi vì có những tác dụng thần kỳ sau đây:
Ngăn ngừa lão hóa, hạn chế các dấu hiệu nếp nhăn tuổi tác.
Giữ gìn làn da căng mướt, tươi trẻ, đàn hồi hạn chế vấn đề da chảy xệ.
Kích thích số lượng elastin và collagen duy trì vẻ đẹp săn chắc.
Làm mờ các vết thâm, nám, tàn nhang, đồi mồi và các khuyết điểm khác trên da.
Cải thiện vẻ đẹp trắng sáng, tươi trẻ, đều màu.
Se khít lỗ chân lông cho làn da căng mướt, nhẵn mịn.
Điều tiết bã nhờn, tái tạo và hồi phục làn da thương tổn.
Đặc trị các vấn đề về mụn, tăng cường sức đề kháng cho da.
Bảo vệ da tránh khỏi các tổn thương do môi trường gây ra như nắng, mưa, gió, bụi.
Có rất nhiều dòng serum đặc trị khác nhau, tuy nhiên mỗi loại serum lại chỉ mang một công dụng nhất định đặc trị một vấn đề nào đó trên da.
Serum mang lại nhiều công dụng tích cực trong việc phòng ngừa lão hóa

3. Các loại serum được ưa chuộng nhất hiện nay

3.1 Serum trị mụn
Các loại serum chuyên điều trị mụn thường cho kết quả sau 1 tuần đến 1 tháng, tùy cơ địa mỗi người. Bên cạnh điều trị mụn chúng còn có những công dụng đi kèm như trị thâm, hạn chế sẹo, hình thành hàng rào bảo vệ da hiệu quả.
Một số loại serum trị mụn phổ biến đó là: serum rau má, serum diếp cá, serum khổ qua, serum đường đen,...
Ngoài ra, các sản phẩm serum trị mụn còn chứa một số thành phần khác như: Benzyol Peroxide, AHA, BHA, sulfur, retinol,...
Serum chiết xuất từ rau diếp cá tốt cho việc trị mụn
3.2 Serum trắng da
Serum trắng da là loại serum có chứa các thành phần có khả năng ức chế hắc sắc tố, cải thiện màu da. Ngoài làm trắng đều màu chúng cũng có khả năng ngăn chặn lão hóa da, mang lại vẻ đẹp căng mướt.
Một số thành phần phổ biến trong serum trắng da là: vitamin C, kojic acid, arbutin, niacinamide, chiết xuất dâu tằm,...
3.3 Serum chống lão hóa
Lão hóa là hiện tượng xuất hiện báo động hàm lượng collagen của da đang bị thiếu hụt. Bên cạnh việc bổ sung collagen bằng đường ăn uống thì bạn cũng có thể lựa chọn một số loại serum có thành phần mang tác dụng bổ sung hoặc kích thích sản sinh collagen cho da, làm mờ các dấu hiệu lão hóa (nám, kém đàn hồi, nếp nhăn) như: vitamin C, vitamin E, collagen, coenzyme Q10, retinol, AHA, BHA,...
Serum chanh tươi giúp ngăn chặn lão hóa
3.4 Serum dưỡng ẩm
Serum dưỡng ẩm phù hợp với những cô nàng có làn da khô ráp, bong tróc, sần sùi do bị mất đi độ ẩm. Loại serum dưỡng ẩm này thường sẽ chứa những thành phần chuyên cấp nước, dưỡng ẩm để phục hồi vẻ khỏe mạnh, căng mịn cho làn da.
Một số thành phần nên có trong serum dưỡng ẩm là: tinh chất bơ, nha đam, ô liu, hoa hồng, vitamin E, HA,...
3.5 Serum se khít lỗ chân lông
Thực tế làn da chỉ cần được cấp nước, dưỡng ẩm đầy đủ thì lỗ chân lông sẽ được se khít, hạn chế tình trạng giãn to. Tuy nhiên vẫn có những sản phẩm đặc trị cho trường hợp này, thúc đẩy hiệu quả nhanh chóng như:
Serum trà xanh.
Serum hoa hồng.
Serum rau má.
Serum chanh tươi.
Serum mật ong.
Serum hữu cơ từ dưa leo.

4. Cách sử dụng serum giúp da căng bóng mịn màng

4.1. Quy trình sử dụng serum dưỡng da hiệu quả
Dưới đây là quy trình 6 bước đầy đủ khi sử dụng serum dưỡng da để đảm bảo hiệu quả mà sản phẩm đem lại:
Bước 1: Làm sạch da với nước hoặc dầu tẩy trang và sữa rửa mặt.
Bước 2: Tẩy tế bào chết. Bước này chỉ nên thực hiện 2 tuần/1 lần.
Bước 3: Đắp mặt nạ. Bước này cũng chỉ nên thực hiện 2 lần/tuần
Bước 4: Sử dụng nước hoa hồng/toner/lotion để cân bằng da sau khi làm sạch.
Bước 5: Thoa serum đặc trị để điều trị chuyên sâu các vấn đề về da.
Bước 6: Khóa ẩm bằng kem dưỡng ẩm.
Nên làm sạch da trước khi bôi serum
4.2 Một số lưu ý khi sử dụng serum
Không chỉ áp dụng đúng quy trình sử dụng serum mà bạn vẫn cần phải nắm rõ một số lưu ý dưới đây trong quá trình sử dụng:
Nên sử dụng serum vào buổi tối: Một số loại serum có thể làm da bạn nhạy cảm hơn dưới ánh mặt trời, hoặc cũng chỉ có thể phát huy hết tác dụng khi không bị tác động bởi tia UV.
Kết hợp massage toàn bộ khuôn mặt: Việc tác động một lực nhẹ nhàng lên da mặt khi dùng serum sẽ làm gia tăng khả năng thẩm thấu của các dưỡng chất.
Nên sử dụng thêm một loại serum khác cho vùng da quanh mắt vì đây là vùng da khá mỏng, sẽ dễ tổn thương và nhanh lão hóa hơn các khu vực khác.
Sử dụng ngay sau khi mở nắp tránh làm bay hơi và giảm hiệu quả sản phẩm.
Áp dụng với tần suất hợp lý, chỉ nên sử dụng 1 – 2 lần/ngày, áp dụng quy tắc mỗi vùng 1 giọt.
Chỉ nên dùng serum với liều lượng vừa đủ

Tổng kết

Nếu bạn muốn có một làn da khỏe đẹp, ngăn chặn được tình trạng lão hóa sớm thì hãy sắm ngay một serum phù hợp với làn da từ ngay bây giờ. Thói quen sử dụng serum dưỡng da sẽ giúp làn da ngày một căng mịn, sáng ngời.
Thường xuyên theo dõi các bài viết từ DHC Việt Nam để có thêm nhiều mẹo làm đẹp bạn nhé!
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5 Reasons to Give Up Shampoo
The "no poo" movement has gained popularity, which piqued my interest. People are abandoning shampoo bottles in favour of brushes and talc. Those who have long, beautiful hair claim that natural hair is healthier for you and the environment, and that it doesn't require much maintenance to look good. I experimented with going without shampoo for a few days to see how it felt. Here are five more reasons why you should get rid of your poo: 1. Avoid using chemicals. Many of the ingredients on shampoo and conditioner labels that are difficult to read are hazardous. Diethyl phthalate (DEP) is a possible carcinogen and hormone disruptor, but it aids in the retention of scent in hair products. Although sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS) causes shampoo to foam, it can irritate your skin and even cause cancer, so you should avoid using it. Parabens can help your body stay fresh, but they've also been found in breast cancer tumours. 2. Reduce the amount of water used. You use less water when you don't wash your hair every day, which helps the environment. On days when I don't wash my hair, it works for me. I only need a quick sprinkling from the tub faucet. If you colour your hair, limiting the amount of water it comes into contact with is beneficial. The heat and minerals in your shower water can cause it to lose its colour. Water alone can cause up to 80% of the colour to fade. 3. Make the best possible use of your time. It takes a long time to get ready in the morning. You should wash your hair less frequently if you want to have more time to do other healthy things like go for a morning run or sleep in. You can be more adaptable if you know how to keep your hair clean for longer periods of time. Do not wash your hands before or after working out. For example, don't wash before or after a workout in the afternoon. 4. Improve the health of your hair. Some people go months without washing their hair. They claim that their hair eventually stops producing sebum, which is a type of oil produced on the scalp. The end result is shiny, moist, and healthy hair that isn't greasy at all. Sebum is beneficial to your hair because it promotes hair growth. Because they protect your hair, scalp oils are nature's moisturiser. However, no studies have been conducted to demonstrate that sebum operates on a supply and demand basis. What you do when you remove oils is more of an external thing. I'm not aware of any evidence that this can alter the way the body functions. 5. Get to know your hair. Finally, I was able to go two weeks without washing my hair, which was beneficial to me. My scalp health improved after a summer of not washing my hair frequently. I also learned a lot about my hair and let go of my own strict rules about when to wash it. I didn't have to wash my hair at all during the week.
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 TO GET RID OF DANDRUFF ON YOUR EYEBROWS
Dandruff on your eyebrows can be embarrassing, but it’s not a serious condition. There are a few things you can do to treat it, and it usually clears up on its own within a few weeks. If it doesn’t, see your doctor. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: What are the Causes of Dandruff on Eyebrows? What are the symptoms of dandruff on eyebrows? Home Remedies for Dandruff on Eyebrows The Best Treatment for Dandruff on Eyebrows Prevention of Dandruff on Eyebrows Conclusion: The Ultimate Guide to Treating Your Dandruff On Eyebrows INTRODUCTION: WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF DANDRUFF ON EYEBROWS? Dandruff is a common, superficial problem of the scalp in which the skin cells are shed from the head. It’s caused by an overgrowth of yeast called Malassezia globose, which is a normal part of healthy skin but becomes too much for your skin to handle and causes flaking, redness and itching.  Dandruff is a condition that causes the sebaceous follicles in the scalps to produce too much oil, causing flakes of hair to appear on the hair follicles. Dandruff is also known as seborrhea and can be extremely unpleasant and frustrating. There are several possible causes of dandruff on your eyebrows including the shampoo you use, the length and thickness of your hair, and any skin allergies. The causes of dandruff on your eyebrows may also be caused by dry living conditions or a condition called seborrheic dermatitis. If you are experiencing dandruff and don’t know what to do about it, here is the ultimate guide to treating dandruff on your eyebrows. WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF DANDRUFF ON EYEBROWS? Dandruff is a common skin condition that causes patches of dry, red skin on the scalp. It can also affect the eyebrows, which produce small flaky pieces of skin.  The symptoms of dandruff on eyebrows are similar to those of the scalp version, including dryness, itchiness, and scaling. However, people with dandruff on their eyebrows may also experience an excess production of oil, which makes the flakes look greasy. Some of the symptoms of dandruff on eyebrows include #1 CRUSTING: Crusting is a term used to describe a condition where the skin becomes dry, cracked, and leathery. It can affect any part of the body but is most commonly seen on the hands and feet.  Crusting can be caused by a variety of factors, but most commonly occurs as a result of dehydration or malnutrition. There is currently no cure for crusting, but treatments vary depending on the underlying cause. #2 REDNESS: Redness is a common occurrence in humans. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including sun exposure, medications, and infection.  Redness can be uncomfortable and may lead to dry skin. There are a number of ways to treat redness, including using over-the-counter medications and topical treatments. #3 INFLAMMATION: Inflammation is an important part of the body’s immune response, but too much can cause problems. Inflammation can lead to pain, redness, and swelling. It can also cause diseases, like arthritis. There are many different types of inflammation, and each has its own cause and symptoms. Inflammation speeds healing and help remove toxins. Inflammation also protects the body by fighting off infection. The good news is that inflammation can be controlled with lifestyle changes and medication. #4 SCALING: In order for the skin to remain healthy and functioning, it is important that it is able to scale. Scale is a protective layer that sits on the skin’s surface and helps prevent bacteria and other foreign objects from penetrating the skin.  It also helps to retain moisture in the skin, which keeps it looking hydrated and healthy. If the skin is not able to scale properly, it can become dry, cracked, and susceptible to infection. #5 EXCESSIVE OILINESS: Excessive oiliness is a common problem with skin that appears overly moist and greasy. It can be caused by a number of factors, including dryness, inflammation, and genetics. Solutions range from over-the-counter moisturizers to more serious treatments like dermatologic surgery. #6 Hair loss: Hair loss is a common problem that affects many people. It can be caused by a lot of things, like hormones, genetics, and age. If you are experiencing any hair loss, there are a few things you can do to help.  First, see your doctor for a diagnosis and treatment plan.  Second, make sure you are taking good care of your scalp.  Third, eat a balanced diet and get plenty of exercises.  Fourth, keep your head covered when it’s cold outside. Finally, use hair products that are designed to help maintain hair health. HOME REMEDIES FOR DANDRUFF ON EYEBROWS Dandruff on eyebrows could be a sign of an underlying condition, but it is not always. There are many home remedies that can help with this problem. Some of them are: Drinking water to hydrate the scalp and keep it clean.  Use oils such as coconut or olive oil in order to promote the health of the skin and hair.  Applying tea tree oil on the eyebrows for its antifungal properties. Applying lemon juice to the eyebrows for its antibacterial properties. THE BEST TREATMENT FOR DANDRUFF ON EYEBROWS There are many treatments available for dandruff on eyebrows. However, it is important to understand the best treatment before choosing one. A good treatment for dandruff on eyebrows should be easy to apply, provide instant relief and not cause any side effects. An effective treatment should also be easy to find and affordable. 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The Anti-Aging Diet: Foods That Maintain Youthful Skin
Is it possible to look younger by changing what you eat? Yes. As for what you eat, it can take years off your looks. The right foods are full of things that fight ageing and wrinkles. Getting to know antioxidants: The anti-wrinkle heroes How can what you eat have such a big impact on your body? There are a lot of things that help. Antioxidants are important. They are nutrients that can protect your body from the ageing effects of free radicals, a process called oxidation, which is bad for your body. There are many natural things that happen in your body and in the world that make free radicals. These things include exposure to the sun and cigarette smoke, as well as chemicals and even exercise. There are two types of free radicals: molecules or atoms that have lost one of their electrons and are now unpaired, which makes them dangerous. When an atom or molecule isn't stable, it looks for other atoms or molecules (yours) to stabilise it. This causes a chain reaction of unstable atoms and molecules in your body. When this happens, your cells' DNA changes. This is a big deal because it affects your skin and your entire body. There are a lot of things that make us age, like oxidative stress and inflammation. Eat a lot of fiber-rich foods like fruits and vegetables. The more you eat each day, the more young you will look. Fruits and vegetables are usually low in calories and can help your body get rid of toxins and start over. Colorful berries. Antioxidant anthocyanin is what makes berries blue, red, and purple in colour, and it is what makes them healthy. If you want to get a healthy dose of this powerful antioxidant, you should eat a lot of blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, pomegranates, cherries and blood oranges, to name a few of the best foods. There are many powerful antioxidants in these foods. They repair and protect your skin cells. Broccoli and broccoli sprouts. Other foods that have a lot of powerful antioxidants are cranberries, onions, and apples. They contain Quercetin. It's also a natural anti-inflammatory agent, which helps fight the No. 2 cause of ageing, which is inflammation. You can get 30 times more antioxidants from broccoli sprouts than you can from regular broccoli. Spinach. Lutein is found in spinach, kale, corn, and a lot of other foods. It can give your skin more antioxidant power and make your skin more hydrated. Garlic. Garlic contains allium; an antioxidant that packs a punch. It is a free-radical fighter that can help your skin and your immune system. Garlic, onions, and scallions all have it. Beans. Eat your beans as well. There are a lot of black beans and black soybeans that have a lot of anthocyanin, which makes them look black. Soybeans are also a good source of isoflavones, which have been linked to anti-aging properties, and they are also high in fibre. Tea. Catechins, which are found in green tea, dark chocolate, and red wine, are another antioxidant that does a lot of good. They can help you stay healthy. Have four to six cups of tea with lemon every day. This helps the antioxidants in your cells work better. Wine. Resveratrol, which is found in red wine, has a lot of anti-aging properties. Catechins are also found in red wine. It's another powerful antioxidant. Yellow and orange root vegetables. Make sure your food has a lot of beta-carotene, which is good for your health. These antioxidants are very good for your skin and eyes. Carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, and squash are all good choices. Tomatoes. Lycopene, which is found in red grapefruit, tomatoes, watermelon, and pink grapefruit, is a powerful weapon against free radicals. It can also be found in other fruits and vegetables. It can slow down sun-induced ageing and get rid of free radicals. Fill your glass with tomato juice every day. Nuts. Eat some nuts and seeds every day. They have a lot of good fat that helps your skin look fuller, antioxidants, and a lot of minerals that are good for your skin, too. Salmon. At least three times a week, eat salmon. It has a lot of good things for your skin, from the omega-3s to the high-quality protein that it has. For six weeks, you should make it a part of your diet. You'll start to see more plump, younger skin. Water. Do this: drink six to eight glasses of water a day. As long as you are writing with decaffeinated tea, that counts, too! Caffeinated drinks can make you less hydrated, which can make your skin look drier. Final word As much as possible, eat fruits and vegetables that are already cooked or raw. To keep all of the antioxidants, steaming is the best way to do it. Also, cut back on sweets. Avoid processed, refined foods and sugars, which can make your body more active with free radicals. As often as possible, choose from all of these great foods that fight ageing and wrinkles. You'll be on your way to a healthy, younger-looking you.
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.
Probiotics For Skin - How Effective Are They?
You've probably heard a lot about the importance of gut health and how oral probiotics can help keep it in tip-top shape in recent years. There are numerous probiotic products on the market today, ranging from pills to yoghurt drinks and beyond. But, exactly, what are probiotic supplements? They contain beneficial bacteria that can help you maintain a healthy microbiome in your gut. This can help with digestion and even prevent illness. Probiotics that may be beneficial to the skin If you want to try this type of skin care to help your skin's healthy bacteria and microbiome, you should know which probiotic extracts can help. Here are a few of the big guns: * S. Thermophiles may increase skin ceramides, which aid in skin cellular function. It could also help with atopic dermatitis. * In some studies, V. Filiformis was shown to improve atopic dermatitis, redness, scaling, and itchiness after two weeks. * The presence of S. Thermophilus resulted in an increase in ceramides and hydration. Lactobacillus may be beneficial in the treatment of inflammation. * B. Coagulans may help with acne, but more research is needed. Skin Care Alternatives Backed by Science Not sure if you want to invest in probiotic skin care? Or maybe you just want to wait until there's more research to back up the claims? We understand. Fortunately, there are a wide range of well-researched products available. There's something for everyone, no matter what your skin needs (hydration, clearing up, or overall health). Here are some scientifically proven remedies: Cleanser According to studies, using a high-quality cleanser can help keep skin healthy and reduce acne. Choose a non-abrasive, alcohol-free wash. Something labelled "non-comedogenic" is also helpful because it will not clog pores. Moisturizer This product is essential in any skin care regimen. It hydrates, smoothes, and can help your skin barrier, which protects your complexion from environmental factors. Do you have oily skin? You must still use one. If you don't, your oil production may increase. When your skin becomes dry, your body signals it to produce more oil. Pick a moisturiser designed specifically for acne-prone skin. Sunscreen This is one product that should not be skimped on. Not only does your face require protection from skin cancer, but using sunscreen can also help prevent ageing. According to research, UV exposure can reduce the elastic properties of the skin, resulting in sagging or wrinkles. Look for a broad-spectrum formula with at least SPF 30. Tretinoin Do you want to fight acne? Consider using tretinoin in the form of a prescription topical cream. It works by stimulating your skin's natural exfoliation of dead skin cells (which can lead to breakouts). Pick an acne cream that contains tretinoin as well as clindamycin, an antibiotic that prevents blemish-causing bacteria from multiplying. Your skin also has a microbiome (a large number of bacteria that live on the skin's surface), and probiotic skin care has recently become popular. What Exactly Is Probiotic Skin Care? Thousands of different species of bacteria live on the surface of your skin. The microbiome of your skin is made up of these bacteria. But, before you vomit, consider this: having bacteria-infested skin is a good thing. That bacteria can help protect your face from environmental factors, prevent dry skin, and do a variety of other things. However, if your skin's microbiome becomes out of balance, it can cause acne, rosacea, premature ageing, eczema, and dryness. What can disrupt your skin's microbiome? It could be anything, from the medications you're taking to the weather to the face wash you're using. You can probably guess what the goal of probiotic skin care is now that you know an out-of-balance microbiome can cause skin issues: to keep the good bacteria balanced and working in your favour, while preventing bad bacteria from causing skin issues. There are topical creams that contain live bacteria cultures. There are also creams labelled as prebiotics. While probiotics help to maintain a healthy balance of good bacteria, prebiotics contain ingredients that are thought to promote the growth of beneficial bacteria. There are also oral pills that claim to help regulate your skin's microbiome. Is Probiotic Skin Care Effective? In summary? It's possible. Some research suggests that oral and topical probiotics may help to prevent and treat certain skin issues. According to one systematic review of both human and animal studies, using probiotic skin care products may help with acne, eczema, and dry skin. However, the researchers were emphatic that more research is required before that can be concluded definitively. A number of small studies have also found that probiotics may help with skin ageing, wound healing, and possibly even skin cancer. Another study found that certain probiotics may promote good bacteria, which can help restore the skin's normal pH balance and fight free radicals. Free radicals form naturally and can harm the skin's cellular structures. These free radicals can be exacerbated by environmental factors such as UV light and pollution. Skin Care with Probiotics While probiotics are traditionally thought to improve gut health, they may also benefit your skin. That's because, like your gut, your skin has its own microbiome, which means that tonnes of good bacteria live on the surface of your skin. Certain factors, such as medication or environmental factors, can have a negative impact on your skin's microbiome and even introduce harmful bacteria. When harmful bacteria outnumber healthy bacteria, skin conditions such as acne, eczema, sensitive skin, rosacea, dry skin, and others can develop. Probiotic skin care may help to address these issues and restore your skin's microbiome. There are a variety of products on the market right now, ranging from topical probiotics to oral probiotics designed specifically to improve your skin. Though more research is required before anyone can make a definitive statement, the available literature is encouraging. According to research, using probiotic skin care can help with acne, dryness, and eczema, as well as address skin issues associated with ageing. S thermophiles, lactobacillus, and other probiotic strains can be beneficial. If you're concerned that your skin's microbiome needs to be balanced, or if you're dealing with skin issues that need to be addressed, speaking with a celebrity dermatologist may be beneficial. They will be able to examine your skin type and assist you in determining what your skin requires (including whether your healthy bacteria is out of balance and you require probiotics for skin health) so you can achieve flawless, healthy skin.
SAP Clearinghouse near me | DOT Approved | Georgia | 800 683 7745
The SAP Clearinghouse is a web-based system that enables employers to report and access data about DOT programme violations through The Clearinghouse, a common database. Firms can report DOT programme violations through The Clearinghouse and access data about these violations through the website's search function. The SAP Clearinghouse near me also enables firms to run searches to see if a potential hire or current employee is banned from carrying out safety-sensitive tasks like driving a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) because of an outstanding DOT programme infraction in the locality. The SAP Clearinghouse is managed by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), an agency within the U.S Department of Transportation that enforces safety regulations on commercial motor vehicles. These information’s can be accessed from anywhere in the world 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by any company that has an interest in the transportation industry and has been granted access to the database. The SAP Clearinghouse currently houses records on over 8 million CMVs and is the largest CMV database in the world. It is managed by FMCSA, with data provided by the states, industry groups and individuals. The Clearinghouse was designed to facilitate compliance with FMCSRs that comply with the requirements set forth in the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1986. The SAP Clearinghouse near me has a data repository that includes local as well as national reports on a company's CMV, its inspection history and any other information related to the transportation industry. Any individual or company can access the Clearinghouse to view reports on their CMVs, as well as other companies' vehicles. For more information, call at 800-683-7745 or visit the website sapevaluation.org