During for eight months, our world is struggling with the pandemic. As we know, the pandemic of coronavirus has changed a lot of things in the world.
With social distancing and limited gatherings, Covid-19 has restricted mobility over the months. We should work from, online classes for students, and quarantine experiences and lifestyle.
While everyone struggles to cope with this crisis, the time has surely prompted us to be more productive and take care of our health and skin.
But with hardly any travel time spent or social gatherings, a survey by University of India found that only a few people that take care of their skin at home during this period.
- At least, 64 percent of respondents were not able to follow the skincare routine
As information, only 36 percent of people were able to follow a skincare routine at home.
And 64 percent of respondents were not able to follow the skincare routine. Although they have time to sit at home, but with multiple things to manage at home, a lot of respondents were not able to take care of their skin.
- 50 percent of respondents tried home remedies
At least, 31 percent of respondents found sleeping as one of the ways to pamper their skin, 48 percent of people tried the home remedies, but only 17 percent of people indulged in physical exercis for healthy skin.
- At least, 45 percent of people were able to indulge in skincare rituals at home
During pandemic, most of the salons, facials treatments and spa, have been restricted since last few months
It makes 45 percent of people found time to indulge in skincare rituals, 55 percent were not able to follow them.
- Around 14 percent of people agreed their skin got better
Pandemic makes at least 38 percent of people noticed a few changes in their skin. Around 14 percent of people agreed their skin got better and 30 percent of people noticed clearer skin.