Everyone has something to say always. In this age of information, sifting truth from myth is crucial. FabFit wants you to get past the beauty myths. Here are some most common beauty myths people come across quite frequently. Just read on and learn these research-supported facts that will help you take the best possible care of your skin.
Beauty Myth #1: Expensive Products are Better
This is possibly the most enduring myths. Undoubtedly, there’s no proof that expensive products are better for makeup or skin care. In simple words, after plenty of research it has been found that it is not about the price, but about what exactly suits your skin type. If someone is averse to organic products, not even those luxurious brands of Ayurveda based skincare would do good. The key is to know what is good for your skin.
Beauty Myth #2: Keratin Treatment Causes Hair Fall
Keratin treatment, the most popular hair straightening therapies currently also has a myth associated- that it causes hair fall. It is not so. Keratin is only a naturally occurring protein in human hair.
If it is present in little measure, it leads to dry or rough hair. The keratin therapy only serves to restore this protein in the hair, making it look healthy again. While other straightening treatments are more chemical based, this one is not known to have caused harm.
Beauty Myth 3: Makeup Leads to Acne
There is no study that shows that makeup leads to the condition of acne. But, if you avoid removing your makeup correctly and constantly then you will surely run into problems. When you avoid removing your makeup before sleeping it clogs the skin pores leading to acne. For oily skin, use astringent based makeup remover while a milky one works for dry skin.
Beauty Myth 4: Natural Products are Better
This myth is more connected to that affinity we all have for the word ‘organic’ or ‘natural’. But what they sell as ‘organic’ is it actually so?
Further, there is no scientific legitimacy or accurate basis that prove organic or natural components are better for skin. Everyone might be aware of the fact that there are plants or foliage you can be awfully sensitive to. So natural products being automatically better is not always realistic.