Beauty professional, entrepreneur, and aspiring musician Jamie Lynn shares how music helps her maintain clear skin.
By: Izzah Fodulia | Co-writer: Kelli Webb
It is said that some of the best things in life come in pairs. Like how yin and yang are two parts that complete a whole, some things are better when they are complementing one another. There are usual pairs like peanut butter and jelly, a shell and an axle, and macaroni and cheese. And there are pairs, unusual as they seem, that works, like peanut butter and apple, sundae and fries, watermelon and salt, and music and skincare. Studies show that singeing to music helps in maintaining clearer skin. Music helps people to relax, reduce tension, and thus decrease the production of the stress hormone cortisol. Increased cortisol production can lead to dry skin. On top of that, cortisol increases blood sugar, which has a damaging effect on collagen and elastin, leading to more fine lines and wrinkles on the face. Furthermore, stress can increase the inflammation that leads to acne. Less stress, therefore, means brighter, clearer, and younger-looking skin.
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