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  • How to do Skin Care While Travelling During Sunny Day
    How to do Skin Care While Travelling During Sunny Day
    Skin Care

    As you know wearing sunscreen is mandatory during heads out on sunny days. Putting sunscreen is important because your screen starts to tan in the deeper levels. I’m living in Canada, the weather in Canada remains cold throughout the year. I was not used to the hot weather. Once I visited Dubai during my business trip. Dubai is the hottest city throughout the year, for those who live in the coldest city must do skin care while travelling or exploring the hottest city. It had been eight years, when I was not traveling during hot sunny days. But that time, I had no options, I had to explore city tours and thrilling adventures under hot sun with no sunscreen on it. Later, that ends up at the acne breakouts.   For those who don’t know, yes, your skin will be damaged badly if you explore the sun without sunscreen. Where in most cases, that damage will never be filled up. Desert safari Dubai is experienced on the open Arabian desert. Where after the sunset you will step into the Bedouin…

  • SKINCARE TIPS FOR HYPERPIGMENTED SKIN
    SKINCARE TIPS FOR HYPERPIGMENTED SKIN
    Skin Care

    If you have patches of skin darker than your usual skin tone or dark spots or blackheads from injuries or trauma to your skin, chances are you have hyperpigmentation. While hyperpigmentation is not death threatening, it can be a little discomforting to have an uneven skin tone. But do not despair; there is a plethora of treatments and skincare guide for hyperpigmentation, some of which I will get to in a few. But before we go down that lane, what does hyperpigmentation entail? What is Hyperpigmentation Hyperpigmentation is a medical term for the skin's discoloration that happens when increased pigmentation is caused by excess melanin production. Some skin areas are darkened when hyperpigmentation occurs, and it may appear in varying sizes of patches or spots. Although excess melanin production is the primary cause of hyperpigmentation, it is not the only cause. Underlying diseases and illnesses, prolonged exposure to UV rays from the sun, scars from skin injuries and inflammation, hormonal changes, side effects of some medications like contraceptives and birth control pills, tattoos, and irritant cosmetic products, and likes can…