12. Sleeping in certain positions will leave lines.
Some sleep postures can lead to sleep lines. Over time, these lines become deep wrinkles

13. Eating fish is good for your skin.
Skin likes salmon, herring and trout. These types of fish provide our skin with skin oils that lubricate cells and reduce inflammation. They are also rich in ω- 3 fatty acids that help keep our skin super smooth.

14. Alcohol dehydrates the skin.
Drinking less alcohol every day will have a significant impact on the appearance of the skin, because alcohol will dehydrate the skin, leading to wrinkles, and it will also make the tissue inflamed.

15. Massage helps reduce dark circles.
Unfortunately, there is no effective way to combat dark circles. A little helpful is to massage the skin in a circular motion to increase blood circulation. Do this when applying daily eye cream to reduce eye edema.

16. Excessive moisture will cause acne.
A beautiful skin secret is to avoid excessive moisturization. Although the importance of moisturizing is mentioned above, it is important not to go too far.

17. The skin is the largest organ of the human body.
Your skin spans 22 square feet, which makes it much larger than your second largest organ, the liver.

18. You've been aging since you were 20.
If you associate aging with being in your 40s or 50s, we will bring you bad news. Once you reach the age of 25, your collagen level will gradually run out, which may lead to skin relaxation and fine lines. Antioxidants such as vitamin C can help maintain young, healthy skin.

19. Your skin has three layers.
We always talk about skin as if it is only one layer, but it consists of three parts; Epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous tissue.

20. Black spots can form on the skin.
It is very important to start with a broad-spectrum SPF of 15 or higher in your teens and 20s. Sun spots can quickly appear on your skin and increase with more sunlight, making them harder to get rid of.

21. We shed thousands of skin cells every minute.
Incredible 30000 to 40000 per minute.

22. Your skin has different thicknesses.
Your eyelids are the thinnest skin, while your palms and soles are the thickest.

23. You can switch skin types.
Even if you have the same exact skin type, your life, such as hormone imbalance, climate change and age, will change your skin from one type to another.