What we call a cold on the lip or fever is actually a manifestation of a viral infection, or rather, a herpes simplex virus type 1. (There is also the herpes simplex virus type 2, which affects the genitals.)
Yes, a commonplace cold that popped up on my lip is a viral infection, but you should not panic about this. The fact is that the vast majority of the world’s inhabitants are carriers of this virus. It’s just usually that it’s not active and doesn’t appear in any way. But as soon as immunity is weakened, the virus begins to multiply and descends from the nerve nodes, where it usually lives, along the nerve endings to the lips. And here it “blooms” in all its glory – weeping vesicles, sores, and finally crusts. So the well-known Continue reading
Winter frosts make warm clothes come out of the closets, put on a hat, gloves, and carefully wrap the neck with a scarf. And only the face remains unprotected. Therefore, the cold immediately leaves its mark on him. The skin turns pale, withers, begins to peel off or glistens unnaturally. Sometimes irritation or a vascular network appear on the cheeks. To avoid such situations, it is necessary to review skin care in the winter.
Why does skin need special care in winter
Winter cold leads to an increase in the sensitivity of the skin. Chilling frosts, piercing winds, burning air, sharp temperature drops between the street and the room have an extremely negative effect on the skin Continue reading