We all know what it feels like to feel good.
A healthy feeling.
A well-rounded feeling.
But what if you can’t quite put your finger on it?
And what if it’s something you’re feeling more than ever?
That’s exactly what a new research team is hoping to find out with the aim of helping you understand the phenomenon of plastic debris, the stuff that accumulates in your body and gets stuck there.
And that could eventually lead to more effective treatments for your skin.
A recent study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences looked at how the way we treat our skin affects our chances of getting wrinkles and skin cancer.
It found that people with oily skin (the ones that tend to get oily) are more likely to get skin cancer, and people with medium to dry skin (those that have oily skin) are at an increased risk of getting skin cancer when it comes to the more common type of skin cancer called squamous cell carcinoma.
But the researchers also found that it’s not just skin that can become contaminated with plastic debris.
This research showed that it also affects your internal organs.
The researchers examined the effects of various skin care products on the growth of various types of cells and found that the more people used them, the more likely they were to get damaged by the chemical compound that causes acne and the more damaged the cells were.
This is a good reminder that not all cosmetic products are created equal.
And even though there are many types of skin care that can be used, it’s important to be aware of the risks that come with each one.
So if you have oily, medium, dry skin and a lot of cosmetic products on your face, take a minute to take a look at your skin, your hair and your internal organ, the researchers say.
If you can find the debris in your skin that’s causing irritation, stop using the product and talk to your doctor.
If you want to learn more about how to treat acne and other skin problems, be sure to check out this recent research.