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I couldn't think of a better combination 🤔🤗💃🧘‍♀️ @bossladiesmindset

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Do you know the difference?👀 👇 A sebaceous filament is a normal function in the skin and are found in every hair follicle. Often confused for a blackhead, sebaceous filaments appear like small and narrow dimples, and can be grey or beige in colour. They are often found on the nose but can appear anywhere on the face or neck 👃 Sebaceous filaments hold particles released from the oil glands to carry sebum through the hair follicle to the skin’s surface, in order to keep it moisturised. These particles can sometimes make the pore seem larger, increasing an inevitable desire to squeeze them 🤦🏼‍♀️ They can be extracted, but are a lot more difficult to squeeze. When squeezed (hard) sebaceous filaments push out a snake-like, white or sometimes yellowish, gunk. Within days, the deep-rooted oil snake returns back into the follicle because it is supposed to be there 😎 . Find out more about sebaceous filaments and the right way to treat them by tapping the link in my bio @aestheticsurge_

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....and it's time to start treating it like it is 😏 Your skin is the largest and fastest growing organ on the human . It clothes us, protects us from germs and damage, helps us to feel things, keeps us warm, protects us from UV radiation. It's secretory functions can also tell us a number of things about our internal health from excessive sebum production and hair growth to rosacea and dermatitis conditions👌 so treat it as it treats you 😊 . 🌞 Wear SPF daily 🗒 Take note of the changes in your skin and seek lifestyle improvement 🤦‍♀️ Don't pick, squeeze or over-exfoliate 💧Drink plenty

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Happy Easter 🐰🐣🎁🍫

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Azelaic acid is a SERIOUSLY underrated skincare ingredient in the industry right now and here's why👇
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❣NEWBLOGPOST👩‍💻 . Azelaic acid is a SERIOUSLY underrated skincare ingredient in the industry right now and here's why👇 . 💕 It's great for treating acne as it breaks down the build up of keratin in the skin 💕 A handful of studies have shown how effective is for treating hyperpigmentation compared to hydroquinone 💕 It is suitable for most skin types & can be used alongside other acids in your skincare routine 💕 Improvements can be seen in just one week . Read more about this SHOW STOPPER off an ingredient by tapping the link in my bio @aestheticsurge_

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Madame Marie and Pierre Curie’s scientific discovery of radium in 1898, caused a great deal of excitement, particularly in the beauty and healthcare industry. Quite quickly, radium was used in pills and injections to treat a wide range of medical problems from hair loss and impotence to pressure, gout and sciatica 👨‍⚕️👩‍⚕️ . Believed to ‘revitalise’ the human body, radioactive material was added to a lot of household products; wool for babies, chocolate, soda water, condoms, boot polish, cigarettes, cleaning polish and fertilisers 🛒 . And it didn’t stop there. In 1918 an advert was released by Radior cosmetics and it was explained in their adverts that ‘an ever-flowing fountain of youth and beauty has at last been found in the energy rays of radium.’ The popular range was sold in the 585 stores of @bootsuk and even high-end UK department stores like @harrods and @theofficialselfridges 👁 . Soon after, copycat brands like Tho-Radia and Artes followed suit. This idea that radioactive beauty products gave astounding results, spread very quickly and by the 1920s-1930s, it was in a lot of mainstream cosmetic products 💄 . Kemolite mud treatments (yes, radioactive mud) was advertised as a volcanic clay mud treatment, promised to revitalise and smooth the skin. The exclusive treatment was carried in many beauty salons 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♂️ . Check out other strange, dangerous beauty treatments by tapping the link in my bio @aestheticsurge_

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Why tho 🤦‍♀️🤦‍♂️ credit @mantramagazine

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Is there anything that hyaluronic acid ISN'T good for? 💯💅🏼💁🏼‍♀️

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You must have heard about the by now 💕 This beauty craze has spread like wildfire through the internet in 2018 and is based upon a 10-step method that tackles three mainstream concerns: ☝️ Hydration ☝️ Brightening ☝️ Improving skin health Experts and industry leaders have admitted more recently, that this twice daily routine doesn’t always involved the 10 steps each time, but instead offers a common guideline to an ideal Korean skincare ritual 💅🏼 . Korean beauty leads with the focus on skin, rather than beauty , which has led to a phenomenal breakout trend of no-frill, ingredient-focused skincare and techniques. Clean-cut, fresh brands like @theordinary@glossier and @theinkeylist all present influences of K-beauty. Skincare blogs, skincare selfies, skincare diaries, skincare reviews and skincare vlogs fill up our social feeds. The success of Youtubers‘ and our obsession with reality stars has bonded and strengthened the Korean beauty movement even further...[read more by tapping the link in my bio and search @aestheticsurge_]

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A beautiful plus-size walking the streets of Berlin during Fashion Week to campaign against the limited choice of fashion for larger ladies 💁‍♀️✌🗣 Navabi, a high-end plus-size clothing range for women organised the march said that "This is not an attack on the fashion industry. It is quite the contrary. It was and is a call, an offer, for a closer cooperation with designers, labels, and for everybody who wants to actively participate in a better future.” 🥰💕 . RP @undertheloupe_

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Stem cells are one of many highly-acclaimed technologies in the skincare industry right now 💯 Promised to rejuvenate lazy skin cells and decrease wrinkle depth, stem cells in skincare are often guaranteed to make a life-changing difference to an ageing, pigmented skin type. But this couldn’t be further from the truth, and by reading my latest blog post, you can find out why 💅🏼🥰 . WHAT ARE STEM CELLS? ☝️Stem cells are raw human, plant and animal material – they are cells that generate other cells that hold a particular function. In the lab and the human body, stem cells have the unique ability to divide into multiple cells, referred to as daughter cells 🤗 Both human and plant stem cells contain proteins and amino acids that send signals to the body’s cells to rejuvenate and nourish them ☘ Skin stem cells are found near the follicles and sweat glands and stay dormant until they ‘receive’ a signal. The idea is, is that when the natural stem cells receive the signal, it kick-starts an action to create proteins, carbohydrates and lipids, thus improving fine lines, firmness, elasticity, wound repair and post-inflammatory pigmentation 👏....(read more by tapping the link in bio @aestheticsurge_)

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Totally👸🏼🧘🏼‍♀️💅🏼🧖🏼‍♀️ @your.esty.bestie

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Studies have been carried out since the 60s, to understand the potential effect of how consuming dairy products has on the skin. The milk we drink comes directly from impregnated cows and these animals are known to produce the hormone known as bovine growth (or IGF-1) to help develop calf’s into cows and bulls. When consumed, the hormones in milk, may affect the hormones in the human 👇 The effects of hormones and how they affect the skin are not completely understood at this point, however some clinical studies have shown the direct link between consuming IGF-1 and increased sebum productio 😥 The high sugar content in milk can also lead to acne flare-ups and other skin conditions.  Whey protein found in skim milk is pro-inflammatory and can lead to inflamed skin conditions such as acne and rosacea. However, it is important to know that these results vary from study to study ☝️ . Do we know for sure whether dairy affects the skin? 🤔 the answer is quite simply, NO. Find out why by tapping the link in my bio and search 💞🤗 @aestheticsurge_

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THROWBACK 🧠 . Did you know that the release of Charles Darwin’s work,  influenced Western belief of the link between hair and femininity and attraction? Darwin’s theory of natural selection suggested how mates with less hair were considered more sexually attractive and how this factor, significantly contributed to human evolution. The popular publication deployed a powerful image that men were supposed to be hairy and women were not. 🤔 On page 378, he explains "It appears therefore at first sight, that man has retained his bear from a very early period, whilst woman lost her beard at the same time that her became almost divested of hair… ….and it is possibly that only the later stages of development has been retained by man.” 🙄🤦‍♂️🤦‍♀️ . Read more by tapping the link in my bio @aestheticsurge_ . RP: @heliummagazine

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"TIME YOU ENJOY WASTING IS NOT WASTED TIME" 🧘‍♀️🧘‍♂️ . Choose this Sunday by searching the tag on the blog💅👉 @aestheticsurge_

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BE FLAWSOME 🧘‍♂️🧘‍♀️🙏 . "With realization of one's own potential and self-confidence in one's ability, one can build a better world." 👁 - . RP: @charitymajors

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Kojic acid is one of a few skin-lightening ingredients to hit the beauty media spotlight recently. Across the internet, reviews vary from A-M-A-Z-I-N-G results to experiences of irritation, and not seeing any difference at all. Does kojic acid even work for the skin. Some writers discuss the potential risk of using kojic acid and how it can increase the risk of cancer, which has left many of us wondering whether it is worth trying it out or not. How dangerous is ? 🤔☠ . There are quite a few testimonials online that agree how irritating kojic acid can be, so I would not advise to use it if your skin is sensitive or sensitised. Contact dermatitis is a common side effect.  Alike any topical acid, it also makes the skin photosensitive so if you are using kojic acid and not protecting your skin with the right SPF, you have a higher risk of not seeing any result and developing further hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone, redness and sensitivity ☀️ . One medical study has shown how when kojic acid is applied in high concentrations on mice, it can cause tumours to develop. Due to its low absorption rate in humans, there is a small chance this can happen to us, however like many cosmetic ingredients and supplements on the market today, there simply isn’t enough evidence to know for sure 😥 . Some countries have banned the use of kojic acid in products because of this associated risk 🤔 . Tap the link in my bio to find out more about kojic acid and other skin-brightening ingredients 📲 @aestheticsurge_

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Contrary to common belief, hair removal methods first started taking place in human history over 12,000 years ago in the Neolithic era. Archaeologists have discovered that women had long, braided hair whilst the men did not 🤔 Such experts have concluded that this was for safety reasons over vanity – during battle, by having no or little hair growth, you would have an advantage over your opponent as the enemy would have less to grab onto. Stones were sculpted with a sharp edge and then dragged down the skin to remove the hairs 😥 . The Ancient Egyptians birthed a lot of the beauty passages we still follow today and hair removal was one of them. From what we know, the Egyptians were of one of the first colonies to associate facial and hair with social class. Full hair removal would be carried out amongst the wealthy, higher classes of men and women, whilst the poor would leave their hair to grow. The sugaring method was invented during this time, using beeswax, and tweezers were made from seashells; pumice stones were used like today’s epilating devices and razors were created from flint. The removal of hair during this ancient time, was also carried out to minimise louse infestation 🐛 . The Roman Empire held similar views on hair removal methods, associating a hairless with ultimate divinity and high social class. This theory is evident amongst the main ancient paintings and statues of gods and goddesses that frequently depicted clean-shaven figures 🗿 . Discover how this long-standing tradition developed between then and now, by tapping the link in my bio💞📲 @aestheticsurge_