Sure, we all know that every sunburn damages the skin in the long run. And although we protect ourselves from it, it happens from time to time that the skin turns red, burns and threatens to blister and peel. Then the question is: What helps with sunburn?
For a hundred years Sleeping Beauty slept and was more beautiful than ever when the prince kissed her awake. Of course, we can't do 100 years in real life. But a good and adequate sleep is like a beauty elixir.
Make-up residues can clog the fine pores of the skin and cause skin impurities. Also, the skin can breathe better and regenerate better when asleep, if it is freed from the dirt of a busy day or a night of partying.
"Sport is murder." I guess everyone's heard that saying before. And yet, sport is anything but murder and can even help stop the aging process.
Don't we all come alive when the sun shines in summer? And rightly so, because sun is vital! Without sun our body cannot produce vitamin D3, which strengthens bones and boosts the immune system. But without adequate protection, sun on the skin also contributes to premature skin aging, and even if this is not directly harmful to our health, we can easily avoid wrinkles and discoloration!