Playing outdoor sports can take a toll on both the hair and skin. How do you take care of them? Sunscreen you swear by?
I am first a woman and then an athlete. Frankly, it is rather difficult to take care of yourself during an intensive training process. Not so much time. But every girl should take at least couple of minutes for herself. For my hair I use moisturizing masks and after I wash my hair I would use moisturizing oil.
I use sun protection cream for my face. But it kind of disappears during training. For this reason I use it twice a day. Vitamin E and light cream for my face. And twice a week I use alternatively cleaning and moisturizing masks.
As earlier said, you have been a victim of a doping case. What do you think needs to be done to protect innocent athletes from such issues in the future?
In the first instance, athletes should be able to defend themselves. Everywhere and always one has to be careful about what you eat, drink, even simplest vitamins. If there is a question, just go and talk to your doc to prevent unpleasant situations.
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