Not A Bad Egg
Happy Easter! Those Dark Chocolate Easter Eggs contain flavonols that help protect skin from ultra violet damage and contribute to skin hydration and over all skin health. Flavonols (the main type of flavonoid found in cocoa and chocolate) have antioxidant qualities, they aid your body’s natural defense. Making foods with antioxidants part of your diet may help your body defend against harmful effects of pollution and UV light. Cigarette smoke and radiation for example damage blood vessels, and are linked to cardiovascular diseases. Fruit, berries and vegetables should be your main source of flavonoids but a little dark chocolate is a good thing too!
Be Kind to Yourself.
When you choose to have cosmetic surgery, you have taken a significant step toward improving yourself. Continue to be kind to yourself and your skin. For the fastest recovery and best results, it’s essential you have a plan for scar therapy after surgery. Creating a careful skin care routine and proper diet plan is essential to plastic surgery healing.