Beauty is the highest form of health. It is not that we cannot admit the fact that beauty is not enough to be a beautiful woman. But that beauty is beauty. It does not matter whether or not beauty improves our physical and mental well being; beauty and health go hand in hand. For a long time, social structures treated beauty as a high standard and health as an inferior quality. While societies have improved, the industrial structure still allows beauty to be judged against bodily hygiene and other less important factors. This has resulted in an almost two-fold danger.
Our bodies are made to allow us to be beautiful. But beauty has also been converted into a minor hindrance, since beauty is only evaluated in terms of physical appearance. While physical appearance is useful for advertising and marketing purposes, it can lead to excesses. The obsession with beauty, that is not excessive, but neither too moderate nor too perverted, has led to the ubiquitous use of cosmetic products for both body and mind. Beauty has become the object of beauty, and while it is not harmful to health, it is harmful to body image and self esteem.
Beauty is for everybody. But we should remember that beauty is for beauty and nothing else. We should also remember that beauty comes from within, and that the best way to attain beauty is to be genuinely beautiful inside. Not just for the sake of appearance, but because beauty is what everyone wants in life.