5 Ways to Make Your Dark Skin Glow Naturally

Charles Ayitey May 11, 2016

(Photo: www.apricus.com.au)

(Photo: www.apricus.com.au)

Cooling the temperature of your shower 
Hot showers have the potential to rid your skin of the needed oils to glow and look healthy. Nephrologist Chiang Shou-shan at the Shin-Kong Wu Ho-Su Memorial Hospital has revealed to tapeitimes.com that taking long, hot showers has a negative impact on your overall health.

“Small amounts of chlorine and trihalomethanes (THM) found in tap and drinking water become volatile when the water is heated. The chemicals can enter the body through the respiratory system as a person breathes in the steam,” Chiang said. “The longer the hot shower, the more THMs a person inhales,” she reveals.

Last Edited by:Sandra Appiah Updated: May 11, 2016


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