Is your skin ready for that makeup overload? The color, the paints and the pigments need a clean, well prepped palette; your face-to work their magic. Step it up with these skincare steps for your makeup to glide on.
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Cleanse, Shave, Tone, Moisturize- 4 simple tips your skin will thank you for!
Staying sun safe doesn’t mean that you have to hibernate in the summer months. Here is how you can continue your life without a worry- Get the screen, Give your clothes UPF, Get head gear funky, Get product know-how and Don't forget the eyes and lips!
Do you think that planning a summer outing by the beach only consisted of packing the right clothes? It is essential that you get the right sun protection too. So is sun block going to be your choice or will it be a sunscreen?
Wrinkles and fine lines are a natural result of the aging process with some people more prone to them because of both genetic and environmental factors. People with fair skin and blue eyes are more susceptible to the effects of the sun than people with darker complexions. People with Asian skin types and or black skin are less prone to wrinkles than people with white skin.
Melanoma is a type of skin cancer which affects the melanocytes (melanin producing cells) located in the lower zone of the epidermis. Once it manifests on the skin, it spreads quite fast from the skin to the internal organs. Though not common, it can be potentially serious. Most skin growths like moles, angiomas, skin tags and keratoses are benign tumors. But when such a benign tumor growth begins to spread to the surrounding tissue and destroys healthy cells, they become malignant or cancerous in nature.
Studies also reveal that almost 80% of sun damage is done by the time a child reaches 18 years of age. Experts believe that skin cancer can be prevented by imbibing good sun protection habits, and the earlier they start the better.
SPF which stands for Sun Protection Factor, refers to the ability of a sunscreen to block ultraviolet B (UVB) rays, which cause sunburn but not UVA rays, which are more closely linked to deeper skin damage. Both UVA and UVB contribute to the risk of skin cancer.
As a mother we spend on clothes, groceries, tuition fees and the list goes on and on. We also want to look and feel our best for the special someone, a family reunion or when shopping. It’s a constant task for us to juggle our budget for family and self.
Join celebrity makeup blogger Christina Farrell from www.themakeupblogger.com to discuss the latest tips and tricks in makeup and skincare.