Our skin is like a business card – it promotes our habits and general feeling to the world so everyone can see. For instance, if you go through a time of sadness, your skin won’t be glowing and healthy-looking, but rather dry and frail. On the other hand, if you like fatty foods and binge eat chips in front of the TV instead of going to the gym, your skin will be oily and with blemishes.
However, sometimes you can do everything right and still see marks on your flawless skin. This happens because food and activity are not the only factors that influence the way our skin looks. So does air pollution, exposure to sunlight, and the Read more