Acne is the skin version of pests. Pimples seem to attack your skin and try to take away your beauty. They are stubborn and hard to heal sometimes, and what’s worse, they give you nothing in return. What they give you are some negative things like pain, self-esteem problems and scars. These permanent scars can affect you for the rest of your life, both socially and personally.
Scars form when there is a laceration on the surface, commonly on the skin, and the tissues regenerate the skin,but not to its original state. The tissues that form cover the opened area, but not with the same skin quality as you had before. In layman’s terms, a scar is a reminder of a wound, a cut or a burn that was once there.
The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines scars as a mark or indentation left in the skin by the healing of injured tissues. For those in the medical field, a scar is the effect of the process of wound repair. In fact, any damage on the dermis, or the deeper layer of the skin, could lead to scars. This is because the dermis undergoes a structural change and alters the normal architectural features of your skin.
Dictionary.com defines bangs as a fringe of hair combed or brushed forward over the forehead. The word “bangs” first surfaced in 1878 and is strictly American in origin. It describes the cutting of the hair “bang-off,” usually abruptly and straight across the forehead. Hence, the term, bangs.
Exfoliate, wash, moisturize, apply facial cream, repeat. If you have this routine for your skincare, then your skin is already pretty awesome, right? Wrong. Just because you apply every skincare product that claims they are good for your skin, it does not mean you already possess a glowing and radiant facade. There’s a phrase for that and it’s called “overdoing it.”