Get The Skin You Always Wanted

Get The Skin You Always Wanted

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How To Achieve Beautiful Skin

Everyone wants healthy beautiful glowing skin. There are many different  reasons as to why are skin doesn’t look as good as it could. Some of us don’t  even know what the root problem is or what we could be doing that is causing are  skin to not be as good as it could. But there are three main factors that play a  role in how good are skin looks. Those three factors are diet, skincare routines  and environment.

One of the most important things, your diet this play a huge role on what  your skin looks like as well as your overall appearance. It is important to eat  well balanced meals and to drink plenty of water. Sitting around and eating  nothing but unhealthy food is destroying your body. It is even worse if you are  not drinking water. Water is what helps flush the impurities out of your body.  Drinking a bunch of sodas and sugar filled drinks does nothing but causes  breakouts as well as weight gain. The same applies with greasy and salty foods.  Unhealthy eating habits can also speed up the aging process of your skin causing  wrinkles and very unhealthy looking skin tone as well as texture, paleness and  dark circles. Just switching to a healthier diet can make a dramatic change in  the appearance of your skin. There are plenty of foods that are good for skin  and target certain areas like the nine ones listed below.

Pomegranates: Regulate skins blood flow

Chocolate: reduces puffiness and promotes glowing skin

Walnuts: soften skin

Peppers: helps to prevent crow’s feet

Sunflower seeds: brighten skin

Kidney Beans: fights zits

Soy: evens skin tone

Oatmeal: helps to retain youth

Green tea: calms redness

The next factor is your skincare routine. Exfoliating and moisturizing both  play parts in the appearance of your skin. Not properly moisturizing and  exfoliating can leave your skin to look dry, dull, scaly and uneven. Exfoliating  helps to remove the dead skin that can cause your skin to look scaly and uneven  and help to reveal smoother, brighter and healthier looking skin. Loofah’s and  body scrubs are good for exfoliating the skin. Next is moisturizing using a good  moisturizer and moisturizing on a regular daily bases can help to prevent dry,  cracked and unhealthy looking skin. Also taking long warm baths can help soften  skin. Also when soaking in a warm bath and the skin softening this can help to  remove the dead skin much better. For an even better experience and results you  can try using bath oil as well as Dead Sea salt.

Last but not least is your environment. This factor can be very crucial to  your skin. The main things are free radicals and extreme sun exposure. Free  radicals can drastically destroy skin smoking is one of the most damaging things  to your skin it breaks down the skins collagen and dramatically speeds up the  aging process but if you are not a smoker keep in mind that the smoke it  produces can be jus as bad. Sun damage is also another factor that speeds up the  aging process. Sun damage does not only speed up the aging process but can also  cause dryness, discoloration and weaken the skin which can make it prone to  being more easily bruised. The sun can be good for you but too much can overtime  destroy skin.

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Posted on January 18, 2013, in how to, skin and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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