Many will probably recognise this, your mascara sticks to your eyelids, your eyeliner line has disappeared, and despite all the good advice from Jetske, you still look tired. Maybe you are asked if you have slept badly, especially in the evenings.
Those warm rosy Dutch cheeks. Nice, until you get them yourself. It starts with a small burst vessel and before you know it, both cheeks are full of them. And if you are really unlucky, you get a red nose too. When you look in the mirror you immediately see the image of your mother, as she, too, suffered from them.
You only have to google “pore-minimizer skincare” and you receive more than 50,000 responses. If there are so many products around that reduce enlarged pores, then there must be at least some that do actually work? But unfortunately, this is also such a good example of how we as consumers are sucked in by these claims. Enlarged pores cannot be reduced with normal skincare products. It’s high time we take a deeper look into this topic.
Skin cancer is becoming increasingly common. It is the fastest growing cancer and each year there are tens of thousands of new cases. Sunlight is the biggest factor. I will explain below how a failure in cell growth can initiate early skin cancer: suspicious areas on the skin.