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Kwa wanaojali afya ya ngozi tu.

Discussion in 'JF Doctor' started by Haika, Sep 12, 2008.

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    Haika JF-Expert Member

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    Wear a sunblock every day...
    The primary cause of premature aging is exposure to the sun without adequate care and protection.

    Don't wash your skin too often...
    Washing strips oil and moisture. Besides, tap water contains chlorine which causes oxidative damage. Washing your face twice a day is sufficient.

    Do not smoke...
    Smoking can cause the skin to age prematurely, as well as take on an unflattering sallow tone. Nicotine will reverse your anti aging routine quicker than anything else.

    Wear sunglasses...
    This will protect the eyes as well as the delicate skin around them. Take care in checking the products label and make sure they provide UVA and UVB protection.

    Warm water over hot...
    When bathing choose warm water over hot. It is not as drying and is more natural.

    Get ample sleep...
    Most of the body's repair and rejuvenation occurs while you sleep.

    Follow a nightly regimen...
    Apply products 1 hour before bedtime to allow ample time to penetrate the skin.

    Exercise regularly...
    It increases the flow of nutrients and oxygen to the skin, which will give skin a natural, healthy glow.

    Choose products carefully...
    Everyone's skin is different, so try several to see which products work best for you and which produce an anti effect.

    Never sleep with makeup...
    Sleeping with makeup is not natural for your skin. It may also have an adverse effect with your anti aging routine.
     
  2. Tonga

    Tonga Senior Member

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    Thank you Haika this is must follow rules for ladies.
    Skin is the most sensitive part of our body, we should treat it with extra care.
    Have a great weekend, skin lovers.
     
  3. Steve Dii

    Steve Dii JF-Expert Member

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    --- Ni ushauri mzuri, lakini nadhani walengwa zaidi katika hizo nasaha ni wale wenye asili ya kizungu (caucasian complexion).
     
  4. Tonga

    Tonga Senior Member

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    Sio lazima Steve, hata ngozi yetu nyeusi inaathirika sana na Sun exposure, isipokuwa ngozi nyeupe inapata madhara zaidi kuliko nyeusi hasa kansa ya ngozi na kuota makunyanzi haraka. Zamani nilikua nafikiri all these are for white people, ila nimegundua kuwa ngozi zote zinahitaji matunzo ijapokuwa zina tofautiana katika kupata madhara.
     
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    Steve Dii JF-Expert Member

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    Tonga, i have reread the post and now totally agree with Haika, thanks!
     
  6. Kweli

    Kweli JF-Expert Member

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    Nakubaliana na ushauri ila natofautiana na hapa
    Ninavoamini mimi sisi weusi tumeumbwa na kinga zaidi dhidi ya jua kama ilivyo kwa wanyama ambapo kuna akina polar bear wanaoweza kuhimili baridi kali na akina ngamia wanaohimili jua kali, kisayansi watakwambia adaptation lakini pia ni mipango ya Mungu.
    nikiangalia asilimia kubwa ya vijana ninaowaelewa wa kiafrika wa rika langu (even after long sun exposure) na wale wa kizungu wa rika langu, ninaona sisi wa kiafrika bado ngozi yetu ni healthy na hao wazungu ambao wamekuwa less exposed to the sun, wao ngozi yao inazeeka haraka, My Conclusion Long exposure to the sun without adequate care and protection is harmful but it is not the cause of premature aging.
     
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