Do not follow modes blindly. It's up to you to take care of your skin. If in doubt, do a little research or pay attention to the experts. That said, here are some tips on what you need to pay attention to.
o Chemical peels, photomontages, laser hair removal by microdermabrasion, etc. are technology-based procedures that are related to cosmetic or medical issues. Do not take them carelessly as well-being treatments. Remember, if they are not treated well, they do more harm than good. Check if the therapist is sufficiently qualified or experienced before you decide for a skin treatment.
o Exfoliating massages, facials, etc. have a soothing effect as they are relaxing and comforting. But, make sure the salon or living room you visit is very hygienic. Again, if they are poorly treated, they do more harm than good. To be safer, do an epicutaneous test to find out if you are allergic to a product.
o Manicures and pedicures should be done with the utmost care. Look for salons that use sterile and sterile equipment. If you find that the place is poorly maintained or that the equipment is not clean enough, just leave. You can also wear your own kit to avoid possible fungal infections.
o Avoid hard scrubs. Make sure to scrub once a week and no more than five to ten seconds. Too much friction can damage the skin. When bathing, avoid scrubs, pumice stones or brushes on your body. However, the heels or soles can be cleaned with scrubs and pumice stones as they are able to take pressure.