I was wondering why people have different sorts of skin blemishes, yet live in the smae area. I live in Canberra, Australia, and we in Aus have bad skin canvers. I used to tan very easily, but I just don't have time anymore. I have a nice olive skin, and mostly blemish free. I have a number of moles all over my body, but not enough to be of any concern. I never had freckles on the arms or face as a kid, but have them on my shoulders now. I am a 47 year old male, and consider myself lucky yo have fairly smooth skin for a male, and my body hair is not so "bushy".But my question pertains to people who have dry skin and heaps of freckles. I have noticed lately that the sensual women who are models have very elegant skin. They are blessed with beauty, a nice body, etc., and then there are the bigger women out there who are fat, not as "attractive" (in a nice way) - please don't put me down for my terminology here, and have bad skin blemishes, moles and freckles.I gues my question is, why do the larger people and the not so beautiful end up with the skin blemishes.later
That was such a poor question, really. Perhaps you have not been too close to many models or generally considered attractive women, but you may be suprised to see that their skin is not actually smooth, soft, and blemish-free. You may not have heard that models and actresses wear make-up, and that there are also wonderful things called lighting, filters, and airbrushing. Perhaps you're just basing your view of beauty as related to blemish-free skin. Sorry to be so tough on you, but I found your entire line offensive. Next time you are looking through a women's magazine and see Cindy Crawford, or a host of other models, check for her trademark skin imperfection!