Monthly Archives: December 2019
Warm sunrises, dew drops glinting on leaves, misty morning walks, comfort food (hot chocolate, spicy soup bowls, roasted nuts), bright woollens, fashionable layered clothing, fluffy blankets, book afternoons and movie nights.
Acne (more commonly known as pimples, whiteheads and blackheads) usually occurs when skin pores get clogged with dirt, bacteria and oil. Hormonal changes in the body is one of the biggest reasons for acne. It affects both boys and girls and is common among teenagers going through puberty and young adults.
Our species has relied heavily on animals since the very advent of time. Most commonly for satiating our dietary traditions and practices, animals have heavily featured in other walks of our lives as well, such as cattle, clothing and textiles, transportation, experimentation (science and medicine), for sport, hunting and as pets.
Normally when you have an acne problem, you assume that the prime reason for it is the accumulation of extra oil on your skin that your body produces on a regular basis.