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Although physical appearance should not be playing a role in a person's professional life, sometimes it can have a negative impact on someone's chances of getting a job. Sometimes discrimination is intentional, but most time people don't even know they're doing it. They just think they're giving the job to the best candidate, not the person who showed up with the clearest skin. There is a well-known concept in psychology called the "halo effect". It means simply that people tend...
There's nothing worse than waking up to find your skin dry, creased and tired, which is why it’s so important to make sure you have a proper nightly routine.At HueVine, we know that time and dedication works wonders on your skin – and we’re not just talking about creams and serums (although, they’re important too!).Here’s a list of things you can do to ensure you wake up with fresh, hydrated skin:1. Clock at least 8 hoursGetting 8 hours sleep is...
Post acne marks, or macules, are commonly referred to as “acne scars." Real acne scars, however, are the indentations or protrusions left behind by acne. Acne marks, on the other hand, are the flat red or brown dots left behind by pimples. They are also a type of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.Most of the time, acne marks and dark marks that you get from skin wounds will go away on their own. However, for some people, it can take anywhere from six...
1. Wear safe, non-toxic sunscreen, even on cloudy days.The sun’s burning rays are remarkably powerful and proficient, so wear sunscreen every day. When choosing a sunscreen, look for an SPF of at least 30, if you have fair skin. But don’t be seduced by super-high SPF numbers because their incremental sun protection diminishes as SPF increases, especially at higher levels. Many sunscreens with SPF from 50 to 100, for example, effectively block just 1-2% more sunburn rays than an SPF...
It’s been said that women don’t perspire, they glow. And when it’s humid outside, that glow gets ever so much stronger. But humidity is not all about streaked makeup and damp brows. Here is the 411 on humidity: the good, the bad, the glow, and the oil. The good: If you suffer from dry skin or eczema, your skin may find great relief during the humid summer months. The dampness in the air will help skin retain moisture and redness...
What do moles look like?Moles can range in color. They are generally medium to dark brown but can also be skin-coloured or black. The majority of moles are flat, relatively even in color and regular in shape. Some moles are raised and these are usually soft to touch and lighter in color.Who should check their moles?Everyone should check their moles, at least every 3 months. But if you have developed new moles or have a close relative with a history...