How to Maintain Healthy Skin

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One of the first things that show signs of aging is skin, especially when it comes to your face. As you start to age, you can start seeing lines and wrinkles and also pay the price for damaged, dry skin. That’s why it’s really important to take care of your skin and have a daily routine to keep it nourished, glowing, and looking absolutely radiant.

Here’s what you need to do to maintain healthy skin. 

Moisturize

As part of your daily skincare routine, you should moisturize your skin in order to keep it soft and radiating. While there are many moisturizers available, this article has done the research for you to help you find the most suitable moisturizer for your skin. Whether you’re looking for a moisturizer to help with your dry skin, or with your sensitive skin, you’ll be able to get the ideal cream that is perfect for your skin type and will help you achieve that amazing glow. To make sure your skin gets enough moisturizer, you can easily link it to daily habits and create a skin care routine when you wake you as well as before you sleep to ensure your skin is soft and healthy. 

Use Sunscreen

The damages that the ultra-violet rays forms that come from the sun may not be felt instantly, but your skin can truly pay the price. Not only is it possible to suffer from skin cancer in the long run, but you can easily end up getting sun-burnt, rashes, or just having dry skin due to the heat and sun you’ve exposed yourself to. To avoid all of the above and protect your skin from any damage, it’s essential to use sunscreen daily. Even if the weather is cloudy and you can’t actually see the sun, you still need to apply sunblock every 2 hours during the day to maintain healthy skin.

Wash Your Skin Twice a Day

You’d be surprised to know that too much washing can leave your skin damaged. That’s because your body produces natural oils that are essential for the skin, and constant washing can end up being harmful. On the other hand, not washing your skin enough can keep your pores clogged with dust, dirt, and other elements that your skin can collect, making it essential that you wash your face in the morning and at night. However, because some soaps can be damaging to the skin, it is best to use a cleanser to wash your face and make it part of your morning and night skincare routine.

Remove Make-up

When you apply make-up, you cover the surface and keep the pores closed. This prevents your skin from breathing and getting the necessary exposure it needs to recharge and still look healthy. As you remove the make-up, you cleanse your skin from the layers you’ve added along with any dust, bacteria, dirt, or impurities that could have been collected. You also give your skin a chance to breathe, feel refreshed, and be clean. 

Be Wary of the Food You Eat

The food you eat can have a huge impact on the appearance of your skin. Eating oily foods or foods with unhealthy fats can lead your skin to break out. To avoid that and maintain healthy-looking skin, you should be wary of what you ingest into your system and be sure to eat a healthy, balanced diet. Avoid foods with high sugar content or fats as they are generally harmful to your body, but tend to make an appearance and affect your skin’s health. A balanced diet ensures that you get the nutrients and vitamins you need and leaves you looking young, refreshed, and energetic. 

Drink Lots of Water

Drinking water on a daily basis can help keep your skin healthy, moisturized, and nourished. On average, you should be drinking 6-8 cups of water per day to keep your skin looking healthy and flush out the toxins in your body and keep it moisturized. Otherwise, you’ll experience dry skin and can even see signs of cracks and prevent that glow from shining.

Exercise

Exercise allows for better blood circulation, transports oxygen to different parts of the body, and makes your skin glow. It also helps produce more collagen as well as new skin production, making your skin radiate and glow, giving an anti-aging look. Exercising regularly is a great benefit to your health, but will also have a positive impact on your skin. However, just remember to make sure you remove the sweat to prevent bacteria from forming. 

Manage Stress

Stress can take its toll on your mood, body, energy and even your skin. When you’re stressed, your skin can be extra sensitive and the toxins in your body can start to affect your skin by creating an acne breakout. This can be avoided by taking the time and effort to relieve your stress. Whether it’s through meditation, exercising, taking a break or even getting a good night’s sleep, there are many ways that you can reduce your stress levels and therefore maintain healthy skin. 

Do Not Smoke 

While smoking in general can have many negative effects on your health, it is especially bad for your skin, too. Because smoking tends to reduce the size of the blood vessels in the outer layer of the skin, the skin is left with less oxygen, less nutrients and a decreased blood flow which makes it look older, paler and even leads to wrinkles.

The act of smoking itself makes you repeat specific facial expressions as you purse your lips to inhale the smoke which also leads to a number of additional wrinkles.

Taking care of your skin is one of the basic things that many people tend to disregard, but is essential for maintaining healthy, youthful-looking skin. However, following a skincare routine with daily washing and moisturizing is one of the first steps, along with maintaining a balanced diet and ensuring that your body gets the nutrients and water it needs. Remember to clean your skin, remove your makeup, and practice good habits to give you that youthful, radiant look.

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