The skin is an important aspect of the human body that has been given special attention throughout history. The skin is inherently an aesthetic organ because it is often the first thing we notice about someone upon first impression, so it’s no surprise that people put in effort to make their skin look good. In today’s society, skincare is a multi-billion dollar industry that doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. In this article, we will explore some interesting facts about skincare so we can understand how and why it came to be what it is today
One of the most interesting aspects of sleep in relation to the human body is that it isn’t entirely understood why we evolved to need sleep in the first place. While the mechanisms of action behind sleep are still somewhat of a mystery, we do know that our bodies require it to function properly and we know what happens when we don’t get enough. We feel more alert, energetic, happier, and better able to perform daily activities when well rested. When sleep deprived we feel groggy, irritable, and physically and mentally exhausted. One of the most noticeable indicators of poor sleep is skin health. Bad sleeping habits can create new problems for our skin or cause old ones to resurface.