Skin Care

As we all know the outer covering of the body is skin and it is a very sensitive part of the human body. Skin plays an important immunity role in protecting the body against bacteria and excessive water loss. Skin also controls the body temperature, sensation and the protection of vitamin B folates in the human body. There are different types of skin from dry to oily. Caring for your skin is very important for any human to look good in front of others. The range of practices that support skin integrity, enhance its appearance and relieve skin conditions is called skin care. The skin care practice includes the use of cosmetics, fillers, laser resurfacing, botulinum, peels, retinol therapy etc. Skin care is the routine daily procedure in many settings and prevention of dermatitis and skin injuries. The treatment of wound healing, radiation therapy and some medications to your skin are also part of skin care. There are many others ways to protect your skin like natural skin care.

The ingredients of topical creams ( vitamin A ) and lotions are made of nature (Plant-derived ingredients). Herbs, roots, flowers and essential oils are combined with various agents, surfactants, humectants are used in making skin care products. Many people often preference organic and natural ingredients for skin care products. The natural skin care practice has shown strong growth. Laboratory studies have shown natural ingredients have potential beneficial activities for personal skin care.

The protection of your skin from the sun is an important aspect. You can get your daily dose of vitamin D from the sun, and the excessive rays of the sun cause extreme damage to your skin. Ultraviolet (UVA and UVS) radiation in the sun can cause skin cancer in many ways. Therefore use sunscreen to avoid such type of damage to your skin. Sunscreen can protect your skin from sun damage. You should apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before exposure to avoid cancer to your skin due to ultraviolet rays of the sun. Sunscreen should be applied to that area of your body where sun’s rays directly interact with your skin. (like face, hands).

The fragile process in which the skin repairs itself after injury is known as wound healing. Wound care encourages wound healing via cleaning and protection from re-injury and infection. When your skin is wound (Damaged) due to environment barrier, after taking first aid your wound skin takes time to repair itself.