We get beauty tips through different source. How much can we confide in them is a big question. And here, finally we have revealed few misconceptions that were passed around for years. Read on to learn the fact behind these myths.
Myth 1: Blackhead is due to dirty skin
Black head is due to accumulation of dead cells entangled in the pores of the skin. Regular exfoliation and deep cleansing can help to prevent and get rid of blackheads.
Myth 2: Dry skin cause wrinkles
Dry skin is the primary symptom of wrinkles. Wrinkles are caused due to many reasons, but dry skin is not the exact cause.
Myth 3: Waxing/plucking/shaving makes the hair grow thicker
Hair grows at a steady rate and with normal texture, but it looks thicker because you are used to being hairless for sometime.
Myth 4: Drinking plenty of water will clear acne
Water keeps your skin hydrated. It is difficult to repair and heal a dry skin. Therefore, a good skin care product is what you need to clear off acne.
Myth 5: Higher the SPF value of a sunscreen lotion, the better is its effectiveness
A high SPF value is not necessarily the better choice. If you have a chance to apply frequently, even a lesser SPF valued sunscreen can be chosen.
Myth 6: Olive oil prevents stretch marks
The power is not in the oil, it’s the right massaging technique that helps to get rid of stretch marks.
Myth 7: Chocolates and fried foods cause acne
Blame it on your gene, stress and hormones for acne. Treat yourself with chocolates.
Myth 8: Plucking out gray hair makes the hair grow faster and in more number
It is only the focus on white hair makes us feel that gray hair has increased in number and are growing rapidly.
Myth 9: If mother has a bad skin, so will their children
Skin type is not completely based on genes. A good care towards skin can give a beautiful skin.
Myth 10: Toothpaste can cure pimples
Toothpaste has some ingredients that help the pimple to dry and heals it quickly. But the disadvantage is that it can cause irritation to the skin.