5 tips for clean, healthy pores Do you know that the skin is the largest organ of our body and has millions of pores and follicles on it? Now, imagine each follicle to be a straw and each pore to be an opening where this straw is inserted. It is through these openings that sebum (oil) from the glands underneath your skin comes to the surface of our skin.
It’s common knowledge that there are steps to be followed when applying skincare products on your skin. For example, you should always cleanse your face before applying your moisturiser for better absorption. What’s the point of buying an expensive cream if your skin is not going to absorb any of the goodness?
It’s summertime and that means lots of outdoor activities ?- from nature walks to picnics to chilling at the beach. We all want that post-holiday tanned skin to show off in front of everyone. But disaster strikes when you realise that your skin feels a little bit too tight and it resembles the colour of a tomato more than the gorgeous shade of tan you were aiming for.