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Published on: 09 Feb 2017 by jazz321
One of the most tragic beauties the world has ever known, Marilyn Monroe, once said that “Imperfection is beauty”. There is plenty of truth to that. It’s those little bits of imperfections here and there that make us all unique. What’s not acceptable, other than premature ageing, are damages that manifest on the skin.
Claim your beautiful skin.
Celebrity skin stuns us all. Truth is, being rich or famous are not the real requirements for a healthy and beautiful skin complexion. Everybody has the right to own a skin that deserves a second look. Claim your beautiful skin today with these top 8 tips for glowing skin:
Tip No. 1: Feed your body well.
When you are selective of the food you eat, it benefits all the corners of your body, including your skin. Antioxidants are crucial to protect cells from damage and ageing, as well as in boosting immunity. Essential fatty acids, most especially Omega-3 and Omega-6, are important anti-inflammatories that help your body and your skin resist damage and irritations.
Tip No. 2: Give yourself a break.
Chronic stress and lack of enough sleep night after night take a significant toll on your skin, and you don’t need to wait a full year to see those manifestations of damage and ageing to appear. The more you miss out on a good night’s sleep, the more you miss out on the natural treatment and repair your body is capable of delivering to your cells, including your skin cells.
On the other hand, the minute you can get back to a healthy sleeping pattern, you’ll begin to notice improvements in your complexion, dark under eyes and even skin sensitivities. That’s how powerful sleep can be so give yourself that luxury. Sleep can be the most inexpensive anti-ageing regimen you can give your skin.
Tip No. 3: Workout.
Flush out the toxins from your body so that essential nutrients can circulate well. A healthy circulation also allows for better absorption and assimilation of nutrients from food sources. Firmer muscles also support firmer, unwrinkled skin. Take note that you lose more muscles as you age so that the more deliberately you tone your muscles, the more you can expect your skin to sag much later.
Tip No. 4: Feed your skin topically.
A number of nutrients essential for skin health can bring more benefits when applied topically, including the best antioxidants, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Niacinamide. Vitamin A, in its more stable forms, can also bring anti-wrinkle benefits for your skin.
Tip No. 5: Moisturize.
Topical creams and serums that contain highly moisturizing ingredients like Co-enzyme Q10 and hyaluronic acid can give your skin a major moisture boost day and night. However, you must also hydrate with plenty of fluids from water, fresh smoothies, juicy and citrus fruits and vegetables. Never leave your home without a bottle of water.
Tip No. 6: Subject your skin to environments that favor skin health.
Refrain from hanging out in polluted and dusty environments. Dirt, dust and other micro particles can easily clog your pores and cause irritation and inflammation right on the spot. You must avoid these types of surroundings most especially when you know you have skin that’s hypersensitive, problematic and prone to breakouts.
Investing on a humidifier for your home and work spaces is one of the tips for glowing skin you must not neglect. Whatever skin type you have, your skin can benefit from a spritzing a mist all around you whenever the dry air feels like it’s sucking the moisture out of your skin.
Tip No. 7: Wake up and hit the sheets with clean and clear skin.
The number one sin women make all the time is leaving makeup on when they sleep. Don’t ever do that if you don’t want to see your face grow a zit or start a breakout. Chemicals in your products, including the artificial fragrances and synthetic dyes in your makeup can all cause your skin to become irritated and inflamed.
If you have makeup on, you should wipe it off with an oil-based makeup remover. Then, wash your face with lukewarm water and a gentle cleanser. Tone. Moisturize.
Tip No. 8: Exfoliate.
It gives your skin the power to rejuvenate itself. Scrape off dead skin cells to be replaced with a newer, smoother layer.
Believe that you have the right to own beautiful skin, act on it, and you will.