Does that face look familiar when you breathe? If this is how you look when you breathe, then this post is for you.
It is perfectly natural to breathe through your mouth at certain times, but if you’ve become a habitual mouth breather, you may want to reconsider stopping this bad habit.
Why? Aside from chronic health problems it can bring, breathing through your mouth can actually change the shape of your face and alter your appearance. This is especially true for children because they are still growing. Children whose mouth breathing goes untreated may suffer from abnormal facial and dental development in the future
Trying to get a natural hourglass figure? Maybe your flat ass is still there, no matter how hard you try? Maybe you’re underweight without any curves, or overweight and feel like the fat is just going to your stomach and thighs? Thanks to celebrities like Ashley Graham, Jennifer Lopez and of course the woman who made curves the ultimate trend, Kim Kardashian, curves are in and are here to stay.
Perioral dermatitis, is something I’ve been struggling for about over two years. It started as a dime-sized reddish raised oval patch on my chin that looked almost, but not quite like acne. It waxed and waned over time but never completely disappeared. It’s taken a toll on my self esteem since I was used to having clear skin during my teenage years. I haven’t been able to really embrace my early 20’s since I was constantly breaking out around my mouth.I didn’t want to fix this with antibiotics as this would only make it worse in a few years time. So it was essential for me to fix this problem at the root.