Air Quality for Skin
Air pollution can accumulate in your home through various sources. The most obvious are dust build-up, pet hair, mold, and pollen. On top of that, invisible fumes from new furniture, cleaning solvents, deodorants, scented candles, and cooking gasses can add toxins to the air. Poor air quality can cause skin inflammation, sleep problems, and respiratory issues, so we need to be mindful of this problem. If you want to improve the air quality in your home, try using an air purifier, or swap out products that may be adding to the problem.