Keeping your Skin Healthy and Beautiful

Here are some tips for having great looking skin while staying healthy.

Everyone wants to look attractive, but this can be hard when your skin has some setbacks. However, with a slight investment, you can make these skin defects go away. Here are five common beauty setbacks and how to solve them.

1. Phytophotodermatitis

This is a condition that takes place when your skin is exposed to UV radiation while there are photosensitizing compounds on the surface, leading to a phototoxic inflammatory reaction. If you have a margarita during the summer or any other drink with citric acid, you will face the problem. The citric acid is a super photosensitizer. Similar to numerous skin problems, it is best to avoid the problem by using a lot of sunscreen. You also require washing your hands after squeezing citrus fruits like lime to avoid boosting the UV rays. In case you look red, take a topical steroid to treat the initial inflammation. After the end of the inflammatory phase, there is usually residual hyperpigmentation that often goes away naturally. However, you can use lightening creams for assistance. Find one that has time-tested vitamin C to aid in evening out discoloration faster.

2. Chafing

Chaffing is a consequence of friction as a result of sweaty skin catching and pulling against itself at any point it meets, such as inside the arms, upper thighs, and calves. It leaves these contact spots feeling and looking raw. You can basically solve this problem by doing two things. You need to create a barrier for safeguarding the skin from irritation as well as keep it dry. You can keep the skin dry by using body powder, which aids the skin is sliding effortlessly without the grip and pull. If you are going to spend the day outdoors, wear a silky balm to protect the skin. Similar conditions like scalp fungus, this is easily and rapidly treated.

3. Keratosis Pilaris

In spite of the strange name, this condition is popular as people who have it have a feel and look of bumpy chicken skin that crops up on the arm back or thighs. It happens when keratin protein concentrates around the body hair follicles. The upper legs and upper arms are the most susceptible. The specific cause of the condition is not known, but there is a genetic component. Also, it is mostly seen in people who have dry skin. Irritation and sweating can make it more obvious. Because there is no clarity as to the cause of Keratosis Pilaris, a cure of the condition lacks. However, fighting the buildup of keratin can aid in lessening its appearance. Using exfoliating products such as retinoids and AHAs can help in quicker skin cell turnover. If you don’t see any change from using over-the-counter medicine, you can always seek laser treatments and chemical peels.

4. Body Acne

Oil and sweat can block the pores in your body, including butt, back, and chest to cause acne. Body acne responds typically to the same treatments and ingredients that the blemishes on your face do, including benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid. You don’t need to worry about overusing treatment and ending up with dry and flaky spots on your body. This is because the body skin is less sensitive than the face skin that faces this challenge. Be sure to utilize medicated body sprays and washes as opposed to treating spots.

5. Heat Rush

Even though chafing and heat rash are both caused by humid, hot weather, they are different issues. You get heat rash when the sweat glands get blocked by oil and sweat, and the perspiration builds up below the skin, leading to itchy bumps and redness. The experience can be annoying and unpleasant, but the problem will go away on its own within 24 or 48 hours. However, you can fasten the process and remove discomfort by using a cooling treatment such as aloe gel to aid in soothing away the symptoms rapidly.

Conclusion

After applying the offered solutions, you can have your beautiful skin and charming look back. You will be oozing confidence wherever you go.

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