Beauty And Skin Disease

Beauty is generally defined as the aesthetic quality of things that makes these things pleasant to see. These things include sunsets, landscapes, humans and beautiful works of art. Beauty, along with beauty, is perhaps the most important topic of aesthetics, among the major branches of aesthetics. Some branches of aesthetics only study beauty in relation to art, while others only study beauty in relation to nature. The field of architecture is closely linked to beauty because a beautiful building can provide the necessary beauty for a lively community.


One might argue that beauty is merely a subjective quality that is not objective or unverified by science. But the fact is that beauty has been rated since the time of the ancient Greeks and Romans. The philosopher Aristotle was one of the first to rate and categorize different types of beauty based on their distinct traits. Beauty was rated on a scale from the most hideous to the most beautiful object that could be found in nature. Beauty encompasses a wide range of aesthetic values such as the emotional value of beauty, the power and strength of beauty, the purity and holiness of beauty, and the intellectual appeal of beauty.

It has been found that a wide variety of cosmetics, make-up, and clothing is capable of harming human health. We are surrounded by chemicals that can enter our bodies through the air we breathe, water we drink, and the skin we touch. Chemical additives and preservatives found in food products contribute to the rise of skin diseases like basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. We have become a chemical plantation and beauty products have crossed the line into cruelty. It is essential that people give more attention to the welfare of our animals and the deterioration of skin and cancer risk, while we focus on improving the quality of our lives.