Infographic: Skin Care Tips from History - EU

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    Skin is always in a state of growth. Old cells die. New cells

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    ASEA INTRODUCES RENU 28 SKIN REVITALIZING

    GEL, A BREAKTHROUGH IN SKIN CARE THAT

    ENHANCES SKINS NATURAL RENEWAL PROCESS

    AT THE CELLULAR LEVEL WITH ACTIVE REDOX

    SIGNALING MOLECULES.

    Worldwide,2014

    Switzerland,1946The first commercial

    sunscreen is introduced.

    A commercial cold cream

    is introduced as a way

    to remove makeup and

    hydrate the skin.

    New York,1890

    England ,1837Egg yolk, honey, and oatmeal are used to

    soften the skin; lemon juice to bleach it,

    and parasols to protect it from the sun.

    Marie Antoinette takes

    frequent herb baths and

    sleeps in gloves lined with

    wax, sweet almond oil, and

    rose water.

    France,1776

    Scotland,1569White wine, believed to promote

    a healthy complexion, fills

    the bath of Mary, Queen

    of Scots.

    Crushed pearls create a topical

    skin powder, sometimes also

    ingested for radiant skin.

    China, A.D.690

    Rome, 117 A.D.Mud baths and

    crocodile-dung

    mud masks are

    an indulgent skin

    treatment.

    Olive oil is used to moisturize the skin.

    Greece, 323 B.C.

    Egypt, 40 B.C.Aloe vera, the plant of immortality, is used for anti-aging.

    At every age of life and in every age in history, the quest for vibrant skin

    isnt just about looking good. Its always been a quest for whats healthy.

    Skin Care Tips Care from HISTORY