Most frequent beauty myths
Beauty myths always existed and will continue influencing our action. Let’s find out which of them are justified and which are false.
By browsing your teeth with lemon they will become whiter
It may be true although other problems can appear. The lemon juice may whiten your teeth but can also deteriorate the enamel because of the citric acid. A wiser whitening method is browsing them twice/week with sodium bicarbonate combined with water.
Organic products have few good results
People tend to believe that organic products aren’t very good. The skin needs vitamins and nutrients in order to remain healthy and have a nice appearance. Precisely organic products give skin a healthy appearance.
Artificial manicure deteriorates nails
This quotation is not at all true. The industry of artificial nail has developed a lot. The problem doesn’t consist in the glue used to agglutinate the nail but in the manner of removing it.
A frequent haircut will help the hair grow faster
Your hair grows the same no matter how often you have a haircut. Having a frequent haircut will help you have a healthy hair.
Chlorine turns your hair green
Chlorine and copper don’t give a green colour to your hair. In the scruffy pools can appear chlorine or copper sediments which can end on your hair. By washing it with a high content of PH shampoo it can turn green especially when it comes to blond people who have fewer pigments in their hair.
The cross legged position can determine the appearance of dulls
Genes play an important part in the appearance of dulls. If your mother or father has this sickness you may have it too.
In conclusion, beauty myths aren’t always true and before acting as if they were, you should try to investigate more. Don’t let them influence your decisions!