A Few Fast Tips For Healthy Skin
Posted: Aug 23, 2015
We all want healthy skin. And after all, why not? There are few things more attractive both from a physical beauty and physical fitness point than soft, smooth, positively scintillating skin.
That being said, as Shakespeare so famously said, "If to do were as easy as to know what were good to do…" Knowing you want healthy skin and actually acting upon that urge to live a healthier lifestyle are two very different things. Add in the fact that with summer still in full swing it can be especially difficult to protect your sensitive skin from the destructive power of hot, arid climates, and the task can start to seem impossible.
Thankfully, these fast, all-natural tips can help you maintain healthy skin throughout the year.
Simple advice, right? Well, it should be at this point in time. We’re decades past the point where the FDA and other federal boards finally began to officially announce the extremely harmful effects smoking can have on, among other things, your skin.
Even if you’re not a smoker yourself, however, you’re going to want to be extremely vigilant, as second-hand smoke can still do a great deal of damage to your skin. This can especially be a problem in arid, outdoor metropolises such as Downtown Los Angeles, or states such as Arizona and Texas, which take a more lax approach to curbing smoking in public places.
You Are What You Eat
The old saying really is true so far as healthy, attractive-looking skin is concerned—you are what you eat. Of course, there are dozens of different diet crazes sweeping the Western world, and it can be understandable difficult to keep up with the latest trends or to tell the winners from the losers. Following sites such as Coobz.com help you get the latest opinions from the up and coming bloggers and diet-savvy personnel.
Try a Little Tenderness
Finally, being too rough with your skin will lead to your having rough skin. As such, it’s important to go easy on the epidermis once in a while. Here are a few things you can do to treat your skin more tenderly:
- For starters, you’re going to want to pay attention to the kind of soap you’re using. Anyone who’s ever suffered irritated skin after washing dishes with detergent will tell you that especially sensitive skin requires different—and often organic—forms of soap.
- While we’re on the subject of bath time, if your skin is especially delicate, long baths may not be the best thing for it. We all love a nice, long, warm shower now and then, but exposing your skin to too much moisture for too long won’t do it any favors. The same goes for too much aridity or dry heat—a happy medium is the perfect recipe for happy, healthy skin.
- Investing in a quality moisturizer is another good way to revitalize your skin.
All this and more can get you started on the road to the soft, luscious healthy skin you deserve.
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