Healthy, Hydrated Skin Does Not Go Out of Style Part 1
Fashion also responds to the call of the times. During this pandemic, PPE's and face masks have become the current IN thing to sport by Manila's stylish set.
But while fashion adapts to changes, and addresses certain needs, one thing that never goes off season is the need to care for health. Luckily, the women of today have certainly learned to take a more proactive stance towards their health. Unlike a fashion emergency that may leave a gaping hole, or a loose button, they understand that it may take more than a minor stitch or a small patch to address health conditions.
Because 2020 has put us amid a terrible health war, immunity has become not just a buzz word, but the battle cry. And while immunity is something some women have invested in like a good piece of clothing or shoes, some have taken the extra step to put their hearts and minds to where their total health is concerned.
THE HEALTH ENSEMBLE
More and more women have learned not just to value a stronger immune system, but to give equal importance to caring for the other parts of their body, particularly their skin. Feeling and looking good on the whole, makes them feel healthier and more confident.
WEARING HEALTHY SKIN
The skin is the largest organ of the body¹ and it makes perfect sense to give it due attention. At about age 30, Filipinas start experiencing early indications of aging including dry skin and wrinkles. Women do not realize it but these are actually telltale signs that their skin may be dehydrated, or lacking in moisture. Other signs of dehydration could include dull, tight, sensitive skin, flaky skin, and at times, fine lines. Unbeknownst to many, even oily skin could be considered dehydrated skin.²
To be continued...
¹Skin. National Geographic. In https://www.nationalgeographic.com/
² Howard D. The Top Three Causes of Dry, Dehydrated Skin. The International Dermal Institute. In:https://www.dermalinstitute.com/
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