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Insider tips on anything and everything about beauty.
Q My fingernails won’t stop top splitting and breaking, so I can’t grow them out. Why does this happen and what can I do to fix it? A Brittle nails can be caused by a number of things – prolonged exposure to water, soap, detergent, and even constant use of nail polish. Our nails are also good indication off our health, so be sure to check with a doctor if you’re experiencing abnormalities such as increased thickness, a bloody nail bed, or discolouration. Maintaining long nails is a lot of hard work. Keep them short until they’re strong enough to grow out. Practise good nail hygiene and moisturise them daily. Q I know not to apply make-up over a pimple, but should I skip putting moisturiser and sunblock on it, too? A According to Dr. Jason Yip from the DrX Clinic, as long as the make-up is non-comedogenic, nonirritating, and nonacnegenic, it is safe to use to cover up acne. The best example of this is perhaps a mineral make-up foundation. Sunblock is still a must to prevent sun damage and premature ageing symptoms.
Q I’ve heard that exfoliation is a natural process and it happens on its own. Why should we still use facial exfoliators? A Exfoliating is great for getting rid of dull skin and revealing a new, fresh layer. Dead skin build-up can clog pores and cause skin problems. To see if you need to scrub, place some cellophane tape on your forehead and rub gently. If there’s flaky skin when you remove it, you definitely need to exfoliate! It’s a great way to get your skin looking brighter immediately but try to use gentle and natural exfoliants. Do it twice a week for more effective results.
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