Let's Talk About Skin
One of the most important parts to our appearance is our face, as this is the thing that people see every day. It's what shows how you're feeling by the expressions that are made. It's how you connect with one another by the eye contact you give and the smiles you share. So if you're thinking of how to improve your appearance and start looking after yourself more, then the best place to start is with your face. If you don't properly look after your skin the way it needs, you will be prone to early aging with things like wrinkles and skin losing its elasticity. Not only that but you may suffer more from acne - regardless of your age - and maybe even blemishes and pigmentation. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent these things from happening, and even reducing the effects that may have already begun, it just means changing the way you live your lifestyle slightly and following a new routine every day.
Here are some of the basics to get you started.
There is so much skincare on the market that promises to make you younger and more beautiful that it's very hard to trust what is right, and more importantly, what is right for you. You see, everyone is different and has different skin types, so not every product is going to work on you. You can look online to see the best antioxidant cream, and then make your way from there once you have a few ideas. Antioxidants are made specifically to pack your skin full of nutrients and give you back that glow you may have been missing for a while.
Water is a godsend that helps for absolutely everything. It makes you feel better when you're ill. It keeps your body hydrated. It banishes headaches. It allows everything to run through your body freely. And of course, it helps your skin too. One way to keep us looking young and healthy, is to keep moisture in our skin so that it doesn't dry out. Water also flushes away all the bad toxins and waste that the body accumulates over time that then gets trapped beneath the surface of your skin.
If you are prone to eating fatty foods on a daily basis that include a lot of salt and starch and sugar, then you can expect to suffer from rather oily, spotty skin, because that's all you're putting into your body, and so that's all that is going to be reflected on your face. There is nothing wrong with a naughty snack here and there, as long as you do it in moderation. In order to have a pretty complexion, you need to give your body the things it craves like fruit and veg - the more colours you can include, the better.
In what ways do you help nourish your skin? Let me know below!