Quick Tips For Naturally Keeping Your Skin Healthy And Glowing!
Hi everyone, I hope you are continuing to enjoy a productive and fulfilling start of the week. For today’s topic, let’s take a break from exploring treatment options and look at natural ways to maintain your skin’s health. Inner beauty is the most important part of a person, but external beauty is also within your control. And after all, prevention is always better than cure!
Here’s a method that requires no effort at all – sleeping earlier! If you don’t get enough sleep on a daily basis, this can actually lower the blood circulation in your skin. And as a result, you will end up looking pale and several years older in the morning!
Your body repairs and renews its cells at night, so the longer you sleep, the longer it has to rejuvenate your skin. This is when all the nutrients and hydrating ingredients are loaded into your skin to ensure it is glowing and healthy.
Try a cold shower
Give up on a nice, hot shower?! Well, it actually removes essential oils from your skin but the real damage is done by the mild burn. In response, the blood vessels in your body dilate in an attempt to cool down your skin which can result in ruddy skin!
Try it and see if it makes a difference to your skin! (pic from mostinside.com)
While this isn’t much of a problem in your twenties (as the body recovers swiftly), in your thirties it could take up to two hours for your body to recover. And in your forties, your skin just does not have the same capability of snapping back into place which means your skin may become ruddy for the long-term!
Stay off the fats and carbs
A diet that is heavy on fats and carbohydrates tends to create more wrinkles, even if it feels like it’s deliciously worth it at times! Switch these up for lean protein such as white meats (for example, chicken or turkey breast), fish, beans and similar food items. This will help keep your skin cells healthy and smooth.
Clean your smartphone
Almost everyone seems to have one nowadays, and more and more people are spending increasing amounts of time on them! In fact, your fingers come into contact with the screen so often that it spreads plenty of germs, which then comes into contact with your cheeks and jaws every time you call somebody! Wipe your phone with an anti-bacterial wipe to disinfect it, and do it a few times each day to ensure the surface remains clean.
The more you use it, the dirtier the screen actually is! (pic from freshlytechy.com)