Getting flawless and healthy skin is the dream of every woman. Thanks to the deteriorating air quality, thanks to excessive smog and rising level of air pollution, maintaining healthy and beautiful skin can be a tough task. However, outdoor air pollution is not the only reason which may lead to skin damage. Many of us don’t give importance to the quality of indoor air which may be 5 times more polluted than the outdoor air. Allergens such as dust, cigarette smoke, VOCs, irritants cause a lot of harm to your skin. Read on to find out how air pollution affects your skin and ways to prevent those effects.
Indoor air pollution is a rising concern as it causes 1.3 million deaths in India. The deteriorating air quality, smog and other dangerous conditions adds to the woes of the present situation. Dust, pollens, PM 2.5, cigarette smoke and mold growth are some of the main reasons of indoor air pollution. Considering the increasing amount of pollution, it has become necessary to take the right measures to ensure that we breathe healthy at least at home. Mold growth is one of the most common reasons of indoor air pollution. Mold spores are invisible to human eyes which can become hazardous for your health. In this blog, we discuss the ways to deal with mold growth to help you breathe healthy.