Models with flawless skin and unwritten standards of beauty are the cause of complexes and low self-esteem for many. It is for this reason that stereotypes force women to make sometimes ill-considered and unscientific decisions about their skin care. Aesthetics aside, this can be detrimental to health in the first place. Thousands of people online offer tens of thousands of skin care options. From traditional methods to homemade creams, from serums at astronomical prices to unique plant combinations. It is difficult for a non-medical person to understand which of these is useful and which is harmful. Experienced dermatologist Anjali Mahto's book answers all skin care questions in a clear, concise manner, with scientific facts and personal examples. Amidst information, conflicting advice, and non-professional opinions, this book provides comprehensive and reasoned answers to skin structure, specific concerns, and routine care. This guidebook summarizes the latest research in the field and combines it with practical, consistently successful, science-based methods.
|Title in Armenian||Անջալի Մահտո - Մաշկի խնամքի կանոնագիրք|
|Size||14.5 x 22.3 cm|
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