Not looking your best can put a damper on your mood. But does your mood affect your skin? Could it contribute towards you breakouts, wrinkles and a dull complexion?
Alcohol can cause tremendous damage to your body, and have a visible effect on your skin health. Dehydration is often blamed for alcohol’s negative impact on your skin, yet there are additional factors which can affect your skin, contribute to triggering acne breakouts, or making acne worse.
There’s more to kissing than meets the eye! But is kissing is good for the skin and can kissing reduce pimples and acne? Kissing is good for you. Research shows that the act of smooching is good for your teeth, helps circulation, boosts the immune system, and can be good for the skin! Here’s why…
Here at Works With Water, we get asked this question a lot! So, does toothpaste work on spots and pimples? Toothpaste can have a temporary effect on individual spots, but it’s NOT a recommended acne treatment and may cause more harm than you might expect.
Exercise is great for your well-being but many people complain of suffering from post-workout acne breakouts. Can sweating in the gym cause acne and a deterioration in skin health? It’s true that exercise helps lower your stress levels. Less stress means you are less likely to suffer from stress-related spots and acne. Exercise also helps…
We speak to beauty therapist, and natural beauty expert, Esther Cooney of mimibeauty.co.uk. Esther understands the importance of finding the right facial treatments for anyone suffering from acne.
Two people from the same race, from the same country, even from the same city can have very different skin. In fact, the list of reasons your skin could be different from even your own cousin’s could be endless!
Swimming is one of the best forms of exercise, as it is not only enjoyable but it also helps tone your entire body. However, the time you spend splashing about in chlorinated water may take a toll on your skin health.