Skin Care

Skin is the vital organ of our body that protects it from various foreign bodies to enter. It is very important that we take care of our skin as much as we can.

Our skin responds to different weathers such as our skin gets dry in cold weather months and gets cracked and we can prevent it by applying skin lotions or the products available to take care of such issue.

There are a lot of skin care products that are available in the market and one gets confused as to what are the products that one should buy for their skin. For that reason one has to know the type of the skin they have.

There are three types of skin in general, one is oily, the second one is natural and the third one is dry. You must know your skin type before you start looking into the products to buy.

Our skin has the glands that produce oil, if the glands start overproducing the oil, this results in the development of acne and this is a big cosmetic concern. There it is better to take care of the skin before this should happen. Blackheads, whiteheads and cysts are also formed in the oily skin.

Dry skin is the most vulnerable to changing temperatures. Dry skin occurs when the glands are not producing enough secretions to lubricate the skin and in return the skin becomes dehydrated and dry. Skin also gets dry when it is exposed to cooler temperatures, it can also be due to a genetic condition, poor diet, dermatitis, eczema etc. are all the causes of the dry skin.

The dry skin must be prevented to come in contact with the tap water. One must apply skin cleansers and moisturizer to the skin to get the hydration of the skin back.

We must take care of our skin knowing that it is one of the most essential organ of our body.

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