Doctor Anastasia Danilova About Cosmetics And Vitamins

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Doctor Anastasia Danilova About Cosmetics And Vitamins
Doctor Anastasia Danilova About Cosmetics And Vitamins
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FOR THE HEADING "NALITSO" we study the contents of beauty cases, dressing tables and cosmetic cases of interesting girls - and show all this to you.

In the new issue - anesthesiologist-resuscitator Anastasia Danilova.

Anastasia Danilova

anesthesiologist-resuscitator

Since I am a doctor, I know for sure that there is no point in supplements and vitamins.

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About hair

When you have curly hair, the worst thing that can be is to go outside without applying some kind of pacifier. I tried a hundred million products, then I read somewhere that you need to use sulfate-free shampoos. At that moment I was in New York and went for the first time to do a haircut for dry hair - it is just for curly hair. There I was told to stop using shampoos and stuff all this rubbish in my hair. They advised me to find a sulfate-free system in the usual Walgreens, and that's where I came across L'Oréal Evercurl.

About asceticism

I run about four times a week and do my abs workout once. I don’t have any massage brushes, I’ve even run out of makeup remover - and there’s no time to buy it for two months. But sometimes I think I look great when my eyeliner is smudged - although I may be the only one who thinks so.

I also don't have a face cream. Everyone tells me that at 25 you need to think about the future, and that everything will only get worse, but I don't have any acne, I don't use anything - except soap - and I'm fine. The main thing for me is hair. I don't use any oils either, so I have oil for my hair, and sometimes I use it on the cuticles - well, oily and greasy (probably, this is absolutely not what I need to say in this section).

I don't use trackers either, although everyone around me wears them. I had a Jawbone, but I sleep well anyway, and I always wake up badly. When you sleep four to five hours a day, it doesn't matter whether you keep track of your biological clock or not. But with my iPhone, I sleep under the pillow and recently downloaded the Lift app, which reminds me of drinking more water at noon.

About the placebo effect and nootropics

Since I am a doctor, I know for sure that there is no sense in dietary supplements, as well as in vitamins. Well, there is a placebo effect, but you can eat nuts instead. The only thing I eat is electrolyte jellies when I run. It's delicious, and you don't have to worry about potassium. But you can just as well make a cocktail of potato skins and bananas. And superfoods are all a scam too.

The only thing I drink is melatonin because I fly a lot on transatlantic flights. I also used to abuse phenotropil, but once I tried real Aderol, and phenotropil compared to it - granulated sugar. In America, it is prescribed for half of the people who come to the doctor to complain of attention deficit. When I was taking a nine and a half hours long test exam at the computer, I had to somehow concentrate so much time, and now everything went fine with Aderol. And the daily shift in the intensive care unit is magical: you are nice to everyone, kind, you are not annoyed with anyone.

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