Summer is that time of year when odd rashes can form on the skin. As the city heats up, all of us are concerned about the way our skin is going to react to the sun, with problems like tanning and sun burn ruling the roost.
“To get glowing and clear skin, eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables a day. Balance booze with six to eight glasses of water a day. It's your body's ultimate detox, as it helps in flushing out the toxins that build up in the body. You can alternate water with herbal tea as well. Smoking enhances an enzyme in the skin, resulting in increased collagen break down.
The overall effect causes wrinkling and inelasticity. So, cut down on the puffs daily. Pollution, stress, and parties can wreck the skin. The best way to counteract is with plenty of sleep (eight hours is healthy enough)”. Said, Dr Hashmi Director of Hashmi health care Pharmacy
Keeping in line with their mission to educate consumers in regards to skin health, Skin Care has also updated their Education Center with critical information regarding the importance of sunscreen. Fans of the product are urged to learn fact versus fiction when it comes to sun protection…its knowledge that could be life saving!
According to DR Hashmi our skin care features an extensive collection of the most effective products for acne, psoriasis, eczema, preventive aging, lightening, moisturizing, and pampering. Product selection is designed by skin condition and goals, rather than by brand, to assist in distinguishing which products are best identified with treating specific skin concerns.
During the summer months, for example, skin may become a little oilier, which would require lighter miniaturization, while the colder months can leave skin dry and tight and in need of richer protection.
Today we have all the concrete buildings where you sit inside; you don't get sun at all. Most of my elderly patients who have heart disease, I tell them the first treatment is, morning, one hour in the sun, evening, one hour in the sun. You need not sit in the afternoon, because the sun in India is very hot. One hour, one hour, they all walk about, very nicely.