Air pollution, which reaches an all-new level almost every day, has a negative impact on skin. The toxic pollutants present in both indoor and outdoor air are absorbed into skin, which leads to a number of skin problems. The pollution that affects skin has a combination of smog and particulate matter, which come from car exhaust, metal smelting, smoking, industrial gases. .The polluted air makes it hard for the skin to breathe, leaving it irritated, dehydrated, and worsening existing conditions such as redness; rosacea and eczema. Atopic dermatitis (AD) is the most common type of eczema.
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