Today, millions of people all over the world suffer because they cannot access the health care they need. In developing countries, this situation is even worse. According to the WHO, there is, in fact, a 36-year life expectancy gap between developed and underdeveloped countries; a child born in Malawi can roughly expect to live to 47, whereas a child born in Japan would most likely reach the ripe age of 83.
Every woman deals with hair loss at one point or the other. The loss is most prominent at the hairline, unfortunately the most visible part. It is common to conceal the real status of your hair under weaves and wigs, but at the end of the day you have no choice but to face the damage. If anything, you could be making the condition worse in an effort to mask it.
There once was a time, not so very long ago, when the skin you had was the skin you had to be content with. As the aging process kicked in, fine lines and wrinkles made their mark. “Building character”, as our grandmothers called it. Well, thankfully those days are long gone and today it is everyone’s right, whether they are male or female, to have the skin they would really like.