Both cold and pollution are dangerous for the skin…you can become a victim of these 5 diseases

A lot of changes are taking place in the weather these days. The temperature is continuously falling. Winter has arrived and pollution has increased significantly. In such a situation, you need to take special care of your skin. Due to pollution, people’s health is being adversely affected. The most dangerous effect of winter is on the skin. According to experts, skin starts becoming dry in winter due to pollution and cold air. Due to which the skin becomes dry and lifeless. On the other hand, due to pollution, wrinkles start appearing on the skin along with spots and blemishes.

This disease can occur due to cold and pollution

Dryness of the skin depends on the natural moisture level and what is the natural level of the skin? There is a need to maintain the moisture level of the skin in winter. For this, first of all you have to keep your body hydrated. Due to dry skin, the skin can get damaged a lot. In the winter season, problems like eczema, dry skin as well as itching can occur. Due to which water starts coming out from the skin. Allergies may increase in this season. There may also be a complaint of pigmentation.

Toxic air damages skin

Cold winter air and pollution can cause many skin related diseases. Due to pollution, dirt gets accumulated in the pores of the skin. Due to which carbon aging processes start. Smog not only damages your skin but it also damages the organs of your body. It affects the lungs to a great extent. It causes dangerous harm to the skin. There is a need to take special care of the skin in winter. Diseases related to lungs or kidneys may occur. According to health experts, it has been proved in many researches that air pollution is also the cause of dangerous diseases like cancer.

Disclaimer: Before implementing the method, methods and suggestions mentioned in this article, please consult a doctor or related expert.

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