Botox might seem like the only resort to get rid of your deep frown lines. But in the world of skincare, you are rarely limited to one option.
Growing up, my skin had always been clear and smooth and it is something I’m grateful for. But recently, my face began to get oily and I would have a few pimples coming out now and then, at a point I even had this annoying rash on my forehead but I think that was due to school stress. I tried using medicated powder but it was of no use, I finally got this medicated soap called ‘Tetmosol’, it cleared the rash but I still had pimples and my face was rough still, especially in my T zone (T zone includes the forehead, the nose, and the chin, because they form a T). I didn’t do anything about it at first, after all, my pimples were gone, right?
As we get older, our skin slowly starts to lose its youthful glow. We deal with teenage acne, gain crow's feet from constantly straining our eyes, and overall see fine lines and wrinkles around our mouth and forehead as our age goes up. Our bodies change, too, like getting stretch marks from pregnancy or rapidly gaining or losing weight. We dwell on the fact that our youthful-looking skin will soon be substituted with wrinkled, scarred skin and we assume that nothing will bring us back to the days when our skin was spotless and plump.
Moisturizing might seem like something that will never work with your skin, but it's not the step in your skincare routine that you need to get rid of. Instead, you should turn to the reasons why your moisturizer is drying out your skin. These will rely on you either mixing up your skincare routine, choosing a better product for your skin, or just being more aware of the way you treat your skin.
I have grown up with extremely red cheeks and struggled to find a solution or even tips on how to live with it. I've gathered up knowledge by experimenting with lots of trial and error and thought it was about time to pass on my knowledge!
As I continue my adventure in education and enroll at Bournemouth, I thought I’d give my advice on some beauty hacks and my fave bits which I have stocked up on.
For a long time, I had issues with acne scars and breaking out a lot all the time. My hair was also very damaged and dry. I never really bothered to care for my face and my hair, but eventually I realized that doing so was healthy and life-changing for me. It wasn’t until after high school when I decided to start taking care of my face and my hair. I tried so many products and I think it just made everything worse. I eventually gave up again and decided nothing was going to work.
Acne itself is caused by pores becoming clogged with sebum, the oil that is created by your sebaceous glands. Once the pores are clogged it allows a bacteria called Propionibacterium acnes which your white blood cells attack, causing inflammation and acne. There are many different medications and treatments used in the treatment of acne. Here are six natural treatments I have tried and have worked.
Eighty percent of people have acne outbreaks at least once in their life.
For those of us who wear makeup regularly, sometimes we just enjoy putting makeup on without going full on. Or we don’t feel like wearing a lot of makeup one day, especially if we’re going to uni or work early in the morning! Here are my favourite beauty products to recreate that effortless natural look (whilst looking totally va-va-voom).
If there is one thing girls hate more than having periods, it would be having acne.
I feel the need to apologise now for the swearing that follows herein…