We’re all familiar with the concept of beauty, but how many of us have been able to apply the concept to our own lives?
A new study suggests we’re far from done.
As we age, our skin starts to become more wrinkled and dry, and it becomes more difficult to maintain a healthy balance of natural oils and vitamins in our body.
That means, as a result, we’re more likely to develop a range of skin conditions, and they can have a significant impact on our wellbeing.
And while our health is the main focus of our lifestyle, the researchers say we also need to think about our health in a holistic manner.
The research, published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, looked at the effect of various skin-care and nutrition-related changes on skin health.
As well as skin ageing, researchers found that: skin sensitivity, or the ability to recognise and respond to the skin’s signals, increased with age
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