Research & Facts

Check up on this page weekly to get the latest Research & Facts! I will constantly be adding to it when i come across the best and interesting facts i think you need to know!! :)

Sugar breaks down collagen and elastin which can cause wrinkles.

Going to bed with makeup on can age your skin up to 7 times faster.

Antioxidants fight free radicals which cause our skin to age. (See my Evolv Health page to purchase “limitless”)

The left side is always your good side

Attractive men and women have higher IQ’s

We are more likely to pick up the personality traits of attractive people than unattractive people.

According to the researchers at the University of Toronto, the perfect female face has a distance between the pupils of 46% of the entire face, and a distance between the eyes and the mouth that is 36% of the distance from the hairline to the chin. 

Human Hair and Fingernails continue to grow after death.

It takes twice as long to lose new muscle if you stop working out than it did to gain it.

Dieters who sleep more take off more fat than those who sleep less

Lack of water is the #1 trigger of daytime fatigue.

Having sex can make a woman look younger and more attractive due to the release of estrogen and collagen.

A human being can live without food for about a month, but only about a week without water.

One or two alcohol drinks a day can be anti-inflammatory

If you are cold you are more likely to be hungry because you use energy to keep warm. 

Baking soda & strawberries helps whiten teeth.

 Honey can soothe a hangover.

Sugar is as bad for you as cigarettes Although sugar does not have the same stigma attached to it as smoking, the truth is indulging on sweet treats or dessert could be as bad for you as lighting up a cigarette. According to research by a University of California team, sugar is as damaging as both alcohol and cigarettes and, according to the researchers, should therefore be regulated to control consumption.

Exercise won’t make you thin Although many people use exercise as their sole method of weight management, many studies have shown that exercise, when not combined with dietary changes, does very little in respect to losing weight. A study published in The British Journal of Sports Medicine found that when a group of obese people completed 12 weeks of supervised cardio workouts without dieting, most did not experience any significant weight loss results. However, it is important to remember that, while it may not lead to weight loss by itself, exercise still has plenty of other health benefits.

 Your skin contains a protein called keratin which is also found in hair and nails

 Your skin’s appearance and texture can give you clues about the rest of your health.

 Regular application of night creams interferes with these essential tasks, and over time skin becomes less able to care for itself. Use of nighttime moisturizers signals the sebaceous glands to cut down on moisture production, resulting in even drier skin. Over time, skin becomes dependent on moisturizing products just to appear “normal.”

 Women tend to experience facial bone loss at a younger age than men, which may explain why women are more likely to seek cosmetic enhancement at a younger age than men.

 A smoker in their 40s may have as many wrinkles as a non-smoker in their 60s.

 Exercise can combat wrinkles. The boost in blood circulation to the skin strengthens blood vessels and increases the renewal of cells.

 Sun damage is thought to be responsible for 80% of skin ageing. Without sun damage, we would probably not develop wrinkles until we were in our 80s.

 Super-tight, dry skin isn’t a sign your skin is clean; rather, that feeling usually means that you’ve stripped your skin of important oils or haven’t rinsed properly.

 Stress doesn’t just cause acne — it can actually affect your skin’s texture. Undue stress can cause skin to become thin and reduce its ability to regenerate.

 Regular exercise can increase toxin removal in your skin and help you look younger by boosting collagen production while diminishing wrinkles.

 Drinking enough water is key to keeping your skin healthy. Not only can water make wrinkles less noticeable, but it also increases blood flow and reduces toxins.

 Though exfoliation is beneficial to get rid of dead skin, exfoliating too frequently can exacerbate acne.

 “Noncomedogenic” is a good term to look for in your skin care items, meaning that they shouldn’t clog your pores