We all know we need oxygen to live, but did you know that your skin needs more oxygen to function better? Yes, you read it right. Even though we get sufficient oxygen every day to live, our skin needs more of it to function properly.
As we grow older, oxygen is not effectively transferred to the cells as it was when we were young, resulting in signs of ageing. And to keep that flossy rosy glow of yours, you need to understand if your skin is running low on oxygen or not. So how do we do that? Not to worry, Root Natural has got you covered.
Look out for these 3 ways when your skin tells you it’s running low on oxygen
1. What are Skin Blemishes and How to get rid of them?
Blemishes are marks, flaws, any sorts of discolouration or spots that appear on the skin. Skin blemishes most often affect our self-confidence and can be emotionally upsetting (hugs). However, they’re harmless and are potential signs of low oxygen reaching your skin. Consult a dermatologist to work on them actively. Be on the lookout since severe blemishes also indicate skin cancer.
2. What causes Irritation and Redness on skin?
A minor skin rash or irritation contributes to explaining low levels of oxygen. However, these are usually not dangerous and can be cured with topical treatment methods suggested/recommended by your dermatologist.
3. What causes Wrinkles, Fine lines and Age spots?
Under-oxygenated skin means under-nourished skin. It leads to early signs of ageing such as wrinkles, fine lines and undesirable spots.
If you have any of these, there is a possibility that your skin is running low on oxygen. Now that we know the signs that let us know about the lack of oxygen in our skin let’s take better care of our skin and consult our trusted dermatologist or skin expert.