French doctor: Elimination of bacteria and viruses begins with skin care

French doctor: Elimination of bacteria and viruses begins with skin care


French doctor: Elimination of bacteria and viruses begins with skin care
French skin doctor Jan Arler, a specialist in blood veins and nutrition at the University of Paris, said the skin is fertile ground for bacteria, viruses and fungi and is protected from external attack.



In his study, published in France's weekly magazine Femme Actuel, the French dermatologist called for attention to skin for its association with a person's health and psychological state.



He stressed the need to scrutinize the creams used, especially as the fatty cream, which is placed on the dry skin is believed to help to soften, but it can harm him instead of the statement, there is a fatty skin does not benefit with fatty cream as well as the use of soap there are alkaline types harmful to the membrane Mucus.



In his study, the French doctor is advised to stay away from cosmetic products, which are sometimes the cause of skin or skin problems.French doctor: Elimination of bacteria and viruses begins with skin care
French skin doctor Jan Arler, a specialist in blood veins and nutrition at the University of Paris, said the skin is fertile ground for bacteria, viruses and fungi and is protected from external attack.



In his study, published in France's weekly magazine Femme Actuel, the French dermatologist called for attention to skin for its association with a person's health and psychological state.



He stressed the need to scrutinize the creams used, especially as the fatty cream, which is placed on the dry skin is believed to help to soften, but it can harm him instead of the statement, there is a fatty skin does not benefit with fatty cream as well as the use of soap there are alkaline types harmful to the membrane Mucus.



In his study, the French doctor is advised to stay away from cosmetic products, which are sometimes the cause of skin or skin problems.French doctor: Elimination of bacteria and viruses begins with skin care
French skin doctor Jan Arler, a specialist in blood veins and nutrition at the University of Paris, said the skin is fertile ground for bacteria, viruses and fungi and is protected from external attack.



In his study, published in France's weekly magazine Femme Actuel, the French dermatologist called for attention to skin for its association with a person's health and psychological state.



He stressed the need to scrutinize the creams used, especially as the fatty cream, which is placed on the dry skin is believed to help to soften, but it can harm him instead of the statement, there is a fatty skin does not benefit with fatty cream as well as the use of soap there are alkaline types harmful to the membrane Mucus.



In his study, the French doctor is advised to stay away from cosmetic products, which are sometimes the cause of skin or skin problems.
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