Left and right, we see, hear and know of women and even men who are engrossed with being flawless. The quest of being flawless will not be complete without the removal of unwanted hair in the body. One of the most popular means of hair removal is waxing. But, what risks are there with this procedure? Does waxing cause wrinkles?
Waxing as mentioned earlier, is a procedure that removes unwanted hair from any part of the body- like, the eyebrows, face, bikini, area, legs, arms, back, abdomen and feet, temporarily. The results are considered temporary because new hair will tend to grow back after two to eight weeks and in some cases even, just a week. Many types of waxing procedures are available in salons, dermatological clinics, and there are also do-it-at home kits. But just like any other treatments, we always need to find out if there are any side-effects to the procedure. And yes, waxing, effective as it seems to be, carries a number of drawbacks and risks. Continue reading
This “mirror, mirror on the wall who’s the fairest of them all?” is a famous line amongst young kids who dream of becoming Snow White. It sounds, yes, as the fairytale implies as a battle or competition on who is the prettiest. But, this too can be a famous line among women who are battling with their own self as the signs of aging, like wrinkles, appear on their face. The line is rephrased a bit to, “Mirror, mirror on the wall. WHAT HAS HAPPENED AFTER ALL?” Funny indeed but this struggle will only make us question, what causes wrinkles on face?
There are many underlying factors as to what causes wrinkles on face. But in this article I will name a few of the not so common factors that make wrinkles appear on our face. First, is our sugar consumption. As we age, sugar turns from sweet to bitter. Bitter that is, when wrinkles start to appear, affecting us and our quest of remaining youthful and vibrant. Continue reading
I celebrated my 30th birthday just a week ago. Everything was perfect. But this week, the truth suddenly struck me; I realized that I am not getting any younger and very soon I will be facing the bitter truth of wrinkle formation. I have seen and heard women my age facing the same nightmare. On my part though, the signs aren’t visible yet- my forehead is as smooth as it can be and my skin hasn’t thinned out. I trust this is due to me making sure that my skin was given extra care, way back when I was younger and even up to now, like applying sun block whenever I had to go out and be exposed to the sun; I used moisturizers making sure my skin did not dry out; I did not get myself engaged to any form of vices like smoking and alcohol drinking. I guess I am on the right track, but are there other preventive measures on how to prevent wrinkles? Continue reading