Health & Fitness

MAIN EXTERNAL AGENTS THAT IMPACT THE SKIN

You’re probably familiar with “external agents” if you are interested in cosmetics. But do you know what they are?

Exposed to external agents, people can modify their genome. The skin can also act against them or accelerate the aging process. So you should know about these for batter skincare and beauty routine.

We will be discussing seven of the most harmful external agents.

 

SKIN DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE SUN:

Solar radiation is responsible for 80% of skin aging. It is the most important external agent against which we must be protected.

This means that people who don’t use a photo protector in their daily lives wrinkle or age 24% faster than those who use it.

Sunburns can cause skin damage due to the intense rays that hit us here on Earth.

Infrared radiation can cause skin damage, although to a lesser degree. A good sunscreen should protect against all forms of radiation.

 

CONSEQUENCES OF CONTAMINATION

Because it adds to UVA radiation, you will have heard of the effects of contamination. Fortunately, every day is better. Photo contamination is caused by contaminated particles sticking to the skin. This can cause irritations, skin reactions, and more premature aging.

 

LEATHER AND TOBACCO

Our skin’s collagen naturally degrades over time. However, tobacco has a direct effect on it. Vitamin A levels decrease, which causes collagen to be broken down and more rapidly degraded.

This causes collagen fibers not only to be broken down but also slows their formation. When we stop smoking, this process ceases, and the skin regains its tone.

It will get old to hear it, but there are many benefits to quitting smoking: tobacco and skin, energy, and tobacco, and your health…

 

RELATIONSHIP SKIN BEAUTY AND DIET

Are you noticing your skin becoming blotchier, wrinkled, or cracked? Poor nutrition can cause skin problems.

The largest and most visible organ in the body, our skin is where all of our emotions and thoughts are reflected.

When we eat a poor diet and eat many unhealthy foods, our bodies are forced to work harder to remove these toxins. Some of them may not be eliminated, which can also cause skin damage.

 

STRESSSKIN PROBLEMS

We don’t yet know how stress causes skin problems, but we do know that it can cause or exacerbate skin problems. Stress affects the skin’s permeability, its barrier effect, and its recovery.

 

BAD SLEEP: SLEEPING WELL Is Essential

When we are talking about sleeping for less than five hours, it also affects us. The night is when the body “takes advantage of” to focus its regeneration processes. If we interrupt this process, there will be consequences on the barrier function. It is important to sleep well, not just for your skin, but for your entire body.

Why is the skin barrier important? It is responsible for maintaining healthy skin by balancing water and fat. This hydrolipidic skin film is the first thing cosmetics must solve.

 

COSMETIC ANALYSIS: DO YOU USE WHAT YOU SHOULD?

False promises made by cosmetic companies, which can contain harmful ingredients, but are widely used because of their low cost, may be used to “plug” the skin and suffocate it.

This is how skin aging accelerates. However, it also causes allergies and unwelcome reactions.

Moreover, quality cosmetics can sometimes be chosen but not adequate because only the skin type (oily, dry …)) and not the condition (dehydrated sensitive, dull …)) are typically taken into consideration. It is the latter that you should focus on without downplaying either the first or the second.

It is recommended to conduct a cosmetic analysis to determine if what is being used is best for our skin.

 

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button