In a study published in the journal Scientific Reports, researchers from the University of Exeter looked at how facial moisturizers can help boost the energy of your face.
The results were encouraging.
Researchers tested the effects of three face moisturizers on seven different types of energy: physical, mental and emotional.
They found that the more you applied the moisturizer, the more energy you got.
The scientists also tested a facial mask containing both a facial moisturizer and a placebo, but they found that those who applied the face moisturizer had more energy and the mask made the participants feel happier and more relaxed.
The study is the first to look at the effects moisturizers have on energy levels in a face mask.
The researchers are now working on a more comprehensive study of moisturizers’ effects on energy and wellbeing.
The next step will be to test these effects on a larger group of people, as well as look at how they affect different body systems.
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“If you’re having trouble managing your energy levels or you feel you’re lacking energy, it’s a good time to check your energy level, and if you notice changes in your energy you should check whether it’s related to your face moisturizing or any other facial condition.”
In the meantime, the experts recommend that you wear a face moisturization to prevent it from becoming a problem.
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The authors also say that moisturizers, particularly moisturizers that contain hyaluronic acid, should be applied to face and body parts.
This will help the skin absorb the hyaluronan that is found in the moisturizers.
“Hyaluronics are important to our skin because it helps absorb water and it has antimicrobial properties that make it an excellent source of anti-inflammatory and anti-aging ingredients,” says Dr Rochas.
Dr Rochases team is currently looking at ways to test the effects the hyalsuronic acids have on skin health.
She says she hopes to see a lot more research on the effects these acids have in the future.