When you think of the common demographic for chicken pox (the varicella virus), it's likely of young children, while shingles (the dormant chicken pox virus) typically hits adults. While that is usually the case, some adults can actually get chicken pox. In fact, the CDC says that even if you've been vaccinated for chicken pox, there's a possibility of getting it, although your symptoms should be lighter with that added layer of protection.
Every person would like to look young and healthy. Even as you age there are things that you can do to help keep your skin healthy and free from damage, spotting and wrinkles. Some of these things involve medical intervention and other things can be done just at home. Here are some things you can try to keep your skin looking nice.
1. Avoid Sun Damage
One of the most important things you can do is start when you are young to avoid skin damage.