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Ronald Brooks

A Sunscreen is must

So, how does the sun dehydrates your skin?

Well, you can’t stay home forever. You will eventually have to get out under the sun. This is when your skin gets exposed to UV rays, without any protection, it can damage or even kill skin cells.

The UV exposure damages the outermost layer of the skin making it thick and dehydrated, leaving behind rough flaky skin. It can also damage the skin’s elastin( the fibers that are responsible for the smooth, supple, and youthful look of the skin).

What's the solution then?

Applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen will block all harmful rays from the sun. It will save your skin from any damage and keep it looking youthful and radiant. Regular use can also help already damaged skin and stop it from getting any further worse.

A Sunscreen is must

Cultivate a passion

Having a new hobby or everyday practice that you find passionate is also a good way to nurture your soul. Taking new experiences and hobbies deepens your experience and helps you communicate your authentic self with the world. More than anything, doing something that you like is a way to let your soul breathe. It can be anything from reading a book, dancing, sitting at a beach and thinking, to pottery classes.

Cultivate a passion

Face the lighting

Before you take full-body pictures, portraits or selfies, make sure your turn your face to a light source. Good lighting changes the entire picture and gives you a flattering glow on the face. On the other hand, standing at the back of the light source creates unflattering and dark shadows on your face.

For instance, if you are taking a selfie indoors, face the window that’s opening outside. You might even stand in the middle of the room but do not stand with your back facing the light source or the window. Here is a complete guide to posing better for pictures.

Stay active

Regular exercise strengthens your bones and muscles while keeping your weight in check. In addition to that, it increases HGH production as well. My child was always bullied for being small-heightened, however, his new school encouraged him to exercise for one hour daily.

During his school period, his physical trainer focused on strength-building exercises, sit-ups, and push-ups. He also involved my child in aerobic and flexibility exercises such as jumping rope, running, swimming and yoga.

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