Beauty of a person is a characteristic that provides a perceptual experience of pleasure or satisfaction. Everyone wants to be beautiful and who are beautiful they want to maintain it. Someone cares of her hair, someone of face, someone of skin and someone of her weight.
We use different types of prescriptions or formulae for different body parts in different ways. Sometimes we use the right way but sometimes we use such a formula that may harm immediately or later on.
Therefore, we have brought some myths and facts which may help you to maintain your beauty.
Let’s firstly discuss myths about hair.
Sometimes our grandparents or elders warn us that don’t pluck grey hair otherwise seven more will appear. Some say, rinsing with ice-cold water after a shampoo give a shinier hair. Many times we listen that don’t shave, shaving makes your hair grow thicker. These are some myths that do not affect in real. Know real facts for hair in the info-graphic below.
Skin is very sensitive part of our body and everyone wants to keep it young and healthier to look beautiful. In order to that people try various stuffs like cream, lotion and etc. there are lots of myths about skin like age spots are indication of getting older, tanning booths are safe as long as they don’t contain UVB rays, it’s too late to start using sunscreen and many more. But the real fact is something else which you can find in info-graphic.
Face is the first identification of any person and at first sight, beauty is determined by face. A clean and fair face with no acne attracts everyone and to maintain it, different formulas are used. Several myths have been heard for face such as makeup causes acne, use a dab of toothpaste to clear up pimples, scrubbing your face with soap will keep your skin healthy and acne free and lots of myths. But these are not true. The actual facts are shown in below info-graphic.