Experts have found out how the beauty of the skin depends on the profession of a person


According to a study by the British company Beauty Pie, people in certain professions are more likely to suffer from skin problems and aging than others.

The researchers identified 18 top skin stressors, including travel, shift work and air-conditioned office work, and used them to hypothesize which industries are most likely to cause suffering. They interviewed 3,000 people across industries including construction, law and education.

Each occupation was assigned a skin stress score out of 100, with lower scores indicating that the work environment exposed the workforce to fewer skin stressors.

So, it turned out that yoga teachers and personal trainers have the best skin. The nature of their work means they are likely to lead a generally healthy lifestyle with regular sleep and exercise, as well as a nutritious, balanced diet that promotes radiant skin.

In contrast, people working in the science and pharmaceutical industries spend a lot of time indoors and away from natural light, which detracts from the overall quality of their face.

Sitting in an air-conditioned room can dry out your skin, and sitting all day long can lead to poor circulation, resulting in a duller complexion. Very stressful work, such as in hospitals, can also cause problems. Stress itself releases the hormone cortisol, which can cause a surge in sebum production, clogging pores and causing breakouts.

The number of hours spent outdoors is also related to skin health. Harmful sun rays such as UVA and UVB can damage the skin if it is not protected. And, on the other hand, too much time spent indoors without natural light can reduce the amount of vitamin D you absorb, which can lead to inflammation, dryness, and itching of the skin.


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