Aging is an inevitable process that many people try to avoid. However, if you aren’t careful, you could actually be speeding up the aging process instead of slowing it down. An unhealthy lifestyle, poor diet, stress, caffeine, smoking, a sedentary lifestyle, alcohol, and pollution can all contribute to aging skin and wrinkles. Some home remedies have a touch of nature that can help turn back the hands of time and slow down the aging process.
Nevermind the teen myths, the old wives’ tales, the voodoo curses, the crazy and unreliable “somebody said’s.” More and more skin experts and professionals are joining the frustrating chorus saying that acne is not a curse.
We’ve all heard about the ever-increasing power of the UV rays pelting down on us from the sky and what we need to do to avoid being harmed by them. Options include: slathering on a 60+ SPF sunscreen the second our feet hit the floor in the AM, sporting a whole suit of protective clothing while at the beach, or staying indoors or in the shade during peak hours.
Humanity is plagued with a never-ending list of unanswered questions. Today at Healthversed, we aim to disseminate (quite possibly) the most important question of them all.
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Most budget beauty buys are just as good as the high-end versions, there are some products you should never skimp on. Certain beauty products that deliver exceptional results or are saved for special occasions can be worth the higher price tags.
Next time you’re out shopping for hair products, you might want to skip the drugstore or salon and hit the grocery store instead. Turns out that great hair may be as close as the produce aisle or fish counter!
One of the biggest reasons so many people fail to reach their fitness goals is inconsistency. Life can be hectic, which is why choosing exercises that don’t take up a lot of time can help you to work out when you’re busy.