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5 Useful Habits That Can Harm Your Appearance

Several habits we particularly partake everytime may have great impact on our appearance. These habits may also enhance our aging process.

Drinking too much milk

Milk drinking is very useful to our bodies, however excessive consumption of milk has several consequences. Milk contain androgens which are responsible for the activeness of our oil gland function. So, if you drink excessive milk there is production of sebum, which clogs pores. This makes the skin to be dry causing it to look greasy and tired.

Frequently applying sunscreen only to your face

Women are the most likely people who always apply suncreen all over their face, but they forget applying on their hands. This leads to aging and fat loss, because hands are very sensitive making the veins to be more visible.The hands skin is covered by UV rays which cover age spots and wrinkles on the hands. So you need to apply suncreen to your hands as well.

Sitting with your legs crossed

Crossing of the legs may result into blood stagnation in the pelvic area. This is very harmful to women and extremely harmful to pregnant women. Varicose veins on the legs inhibits blood compression and circulatory disorders. So, one need to have a chair where he or she can put his or her legs on a stand when sitting.

Brushing your when it is wet

Brushing wet hair makes it to split, thus causing a threat to your hair care. To avoid hair loss kindly dry your hair with a towel, then you can start to blow dry. After blow drying you will be able to brush your with ease.

Using styling tools on the highest temperature 

Tiny bubbles are created inside your hair shaft, when your hair oa exposed to high temperatures. A hair dryer, a curling iron, or a flat iron makes the hair dryer and fragile.To avoid this damage to your hair, you need to keep the dryer at a distance of about 15 cm from hair. You should be also sure to use heat protectants and always use a medium temperature.

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