Your skin may not be age defying, but with a little love and attention, you can keep it healthy and beautiful as you grow older. The skin is an amazing and resilient organ, charged with important tasks that keep you healthy. Your skin helps regulate your body's temperature, protects you from infection, acts as a waterproof barrier, and protects your internal organs. What's more, your skin can even heal itself when it is damaged. Unfortunately, as you age, your skin starts to lose its elasticity and repairs itself more slowly. While you can't stop this process entirely, you can slow the signs of aging with healthy routines and some simple skin-care tips.
Your skin doesn't have to give away your age. In fact, creating a simple skin-care routine and following a few healthy tips will help you ensure that your skin grows old gracefully.
6 March 2015
One day I was playing a game of basketball with a friend, and the friend I was playing ball with tripped and took a hard fall to the ground. He hit his head hard, but he insisted he was okay and just wanted to go home and take a nap. I knew in my heart that he was not thinking clearly, and I didn't feel right letting him go home. I talked him into letting me take him to the hospital, and after some tests, it was determined he had a bad concussion. The doctors told me that if I had let him go home and sleep, things could have taken a turn for the worse. I created this blog to remind everyone to look out for each other after injuries. Not everyone thinks clearly after a head injury, and just being a good friend could save a life.