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Skin Conditions Post COVID-19
We all know that Covid-19 is a disease that affects the upper respiratory tract, but the passage of time and the experience of this virus have shown that it can also affect other organs and parts of the body. One of these is the skin. The research team observed that skin symptoms post Covid may persist for more than two months in many cases.
First of all, even before suffering from the virus, washing hands and using sanitizers have caused several skin issues, like making the skin of the hands really dry, even leading to flaking and peeling of the skin. The high alcohol content in hand sanitizers can cause excessive dryness. Even the nails become dry and brittle, breaking or chipping easily. So along with protecting ourselves from coronavirus, we also need to protect our hands. Massage a cream daily on the hands, nails and the skin around the nails. Massage the hands at night also. For dryness of the hands, add one teaspoon pure glycerine to 50 ml rose water. Apply on the hands and leave on for half an hour. Then, wash it off with plain water.
Hygiene Is Extremely Important
Pay attention to cleansing and daily hygiene. Improper daily hygiene can undermine the health in a number of ways. The skin is influenced by many external factors, like dirt, chemical pollutants, bacteria and virus. By daily washing, bathing and cleaning, we can remove impurities and keep ourselves free from infections. A daily bath, or shower, is a must, especially on returning home.
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Tips to maintain the Post Wedding Glow
A wedding is the most significant event in one's life. You go through months of preparations to look your best on the wedding day. While every bride and groom spends time in self-pampering and self-care during the pre-wedding days, the constant stress of the wedding, layers of makeup, lack of sleep, and irregular diet can take a toll on the skin. And as the D-Day gets over, most grooms and brides tend to ignore skincare. Little do you know that your skin is more tired than you, and it needs some care and nourishment to maintain the post-wedding glow. Here are some actionable tips.
Take a break from makeup
After wearing heavy layers of makeup to look flawless during your wedding day, know that the skin needs a breath of fresh air. So, stay away from makeup for a while because too much makeup can clog the skin's pores and make it flaky. If you need to wear makeup, keep it as minimal as you can. For example, mix your foundation with your moisturizer and apply it over your face and neck. Finish it off with some compact for a smooth flawless appearance.
Cleansing is important
Use a soap-free cleanser to clean the skin without exposing it to harsh chemicals. Follow it up with a good scrub to get rid of the dead cells. A homemade natural coffee scrub is free of chemicals and helps you to remove all the toxins from the skin. Add a few drops of almond oil to keep the skin moist and hydrated post scrubbing.