Having a natural and healthy skin is the basis of any beauty ritual. So it is not only about what you put on your skin but also how you treat yourself from a lifestyle point of view. Here is a clever infographics about essential tips to keep a clean and healthy skin.
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If you have issues in terms of skin, you better start paying attention to how you life your life. To summarize:
1. Drink lots of water. You’ve likely heard this all your life, but there’s a reason this advice never goes out of style. Your skin is made up of cells, which are made up of water. And if you don’t get enough water, neither does your skin, resulting in dehydration and possible wrinkles. Water also washes out toxins, which can contribute to acne, and aids in cell regeneration.
2. Eat a good diet. Avoiding hormone-laden, fatty, sugary or processed foods can make a big difference in blemish-prone skin. And including lots of vitamin-rich foods such as fruits, vegetables, fish, eggs and whole grains can add defensive antioxidants to your body, resulting in clearer, brighter skin.
3. Get your exercise. Regular physical exercise — resulting in a good sweat — is not only beneficial to your figure, it’s great for your complexion as well. When you sweat, your pores open up and release accumulated dirt. Sweating also rids your body of toxins, which aids in clearing your skin. Just don’t forget to wash your face after you sweat in order to make sure the bad stuff is fully rinsed away!
4. And exercise your face! Performing a few easy facial exercises — dubbed “face yoga” — six days a week for about 20 minutes at a time is a non-invasive alternative to anti-aging regimes such as BOTOX. The exercises, performed by making various faces and smoothing with fingertips, “work out” all layers of your skin and are designed to improve everything from eye bags to loose jowls. Will it work as fast as BOTOX? That’s the catch — no, but you can expect to see cumulative results after a couple months.
5. Always wash with lukewarm water. Splashing your face with hot water can strip natural oils, while temperature extremes in either direction (hot or cold) can simply exacerbate irritation and possible outbreaks. Use the level of “lukewarm” that is most comfortable for you, but don’t veer too far to the blue or red range of temperature. If you love the feeling of cold water against your skin, it’s OK to do a cool final rinse.
Last but not least, do not forget that the best beauty treatment you could get is a good night sleep. Sleeping at least 7 to 8 hours is a must to keep your health in a great level and you will see. Your hair and your skin will look younger.
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