The increase in air pollution can affect your skin more than you might think. Especially if you live in a big city... Dirt such as ultraviolet radiation, cigarette smoke and exhaust are among the ones that affect your skin.
We all know that consuming too much sugar is not a good thing. So much so that the proteins in the skin are also prone to this glycation process. Due to excessive sugar consumption, your skin may sag, wrinkle or lose vitality.
Did you know that skin regenerates while you sleep? If it is regenerating, where are the dead cells?
The pillowcase is where dead cells from your skin are found. You should change your pillowcase at least once a week to reduce the chance of exposing your face to bacteria.
Blue light from your cell phone, laptop and TV screen can damage your skin. Bright screen movements can also cause facial wrinkles.
How often do you clean your keyboard?
The more you touch your face throughout the day, some of the bacteria you have on your hands will pass onto your skin. A recent study shows that your keyboard is 20,000 times dirtier than a toilet seat and is a common cause of skin infections.