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Serious air pollution is known to affect not only the inside of the body but also the skin.
According to air pollution and skin research since 2010, air pollutants cause skin diseases (atopy), skin aging, and sensitive skin.
"Every time we go out, the skin is exposed to smog, atmospheric dust, etc., and the skin is slowly destroyed," Dr Bajavakammital of the Columbia Asian Hospital said.
Dr. Mittal has introduced a way to prevent skin damage from air pollution. The first is "exercise," Dr. Mitar said, "Skin damage is related to not only air pollution, but also incorrect cosmetic usage, eating habits and sleep patterns, residential environment, and allergy." Health care soon leads to skin health. If you exercise, I recommend evening exercise rather than morning, and indoor exercise is good.
The next is thorough cleansing. The skin is soiled with sebum, dust, keratin and atmospheric pollutants, and it is easy for skin trouble to occur.
The correct cleansing method is to wash your hands thoroughly before cleansing. Because there are more germs than there are in the hands, it can be counterproductive if you wash your hands without washing them properly.
After that, you should moisturize your face lightly with lukewarm water. If you rub too hard, you may notice irritation to your skin. Cleansing should be done within 1 to 2 minutes, and chin, nose and forehead should be removed.
In addition, drinking two glasses of water every day is one way to maintain skin moisture.