Dec 14, 2011

10 Biggest Myths About Skin

10 Biggest Myths About Skin.
Myth # 1 : Pinching your cheeks gives your face a healthy glow.
Wrong. Only exercise will increase your circulation, which then supplies your skin with oxygen and nutrients to give it a rosy look. 

Myth # 2 : You get pimples from eating chocolate and greasy food.
No, but a diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables will make your skin look better. Certain substances, like iodine (found in peanuts, shell fish and iodized salt) have been linked to acne. Eat them in moderation or eliminate them from your diet if you have skin problems.

Myth # 3 : When your face breaks out, scrub it more often.
Overscrubbing your face with harsh soaps abrasive cleansers can dry out your skin and cause more breakouts. All you need is to wash your face twice a day with a mild soap or cleanser to remove cosmetics and dirt.

Myth # 4 : Drinking eight glasses of water a day can clear up breakouts.
While drinking water may make your skin look better (it makes skin stay hydrated), there's no evidence that it clears up acne. Hormones and stress also affect breakouts and cannot be altered by water intake.

Myth # 5 : Squeezing a zit is better - leaving it alone.
No. Popping zit will increase the chance of spreading the infection under the skin's surface and cause scars.

Myth # 6 : Getting a tan dries up your pimples.
It may, temporarily. But, since ultraviolet rays play a role in thickening skin and clogging pores, there's always a chance that your skin will break out later.

Myth # 7 : Exfoliating daily helps keep your skin cleaner.
No. daily exfoliation is too aggressive for your skin. Do it once in a week, using cream rather than pad or buffer.

Myth # 8 : Skip the moisturizer if your skin breaks out. Definitely not. 
Drying out your skin can make acne worse.

Myth # 9 : Going to sleep with your eye makeup on isn't all that bad.
Eye make-up that's left on should be rubbed off before you sleep. If you remove it in the morning, you will have to rub harder. It can cause tear on your skin.

Myth # 10 : Using sunscreen makes your skin break out.
Not if you use noncomedogenic sun screen.
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