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7 Steps to a healthier looking skin with natural skincare

Your skin is one of the most powerful indicators of your health. It reflects the condition of your skin health and it also mirrors what is going on inside of you. Red spots, inflammation, wrinkles or oily skin are all clues of an imbalance somewhere within your body. Many people turn to mainstream cosmetics to treat the symptoms of their skin problems, but a few changes in the way you treat and nourish your skin can make a remarkable difference and eliminate the cause of the problem instead of simply covering the symptoms. 

There are a number of factors that determine your skin structure and appearance. They include genetics, environmental influences and your skin type. Age plays a role, as skin cell renewal already slows down from the age of 30, and your skin texture is different at 20 than at 70. However, regardless of age, with the right care, women and men can have beautiful skin at each stage of their lives. 

Eat healthy
Beautiful skin starts from inside, and a healthy and balanced diet goes a long way in promoting radiant and youthful looking skin. Include foods that are rich in antioxidants, for example green tea, blueberry, blackberry, and plums. Avocados are a rich source of vitamins, and they have strong anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Omega-3, found in fish and olive oil helps to prevent dry skin and inflammation.

Drink enough
Keep your skin hydrated and drink sufficient water. Many nutritionists recommend eight glasses of water per day, as it aids in flushing out toxins and keeps your skin supple. Coffee and alcohol dehydrate your skin.

Clean your skin regularly
No matter what skin type you have, clean your skin and face every day, and especially before you go to bed. It keeps your pores clear, your skin healthy and you looking good.

Try to keep your hands off your face. Your hands constantly touch surfaces full of dirt and germs. You just have to scratch your nose, rub your eyes or stroke your chin and you have transferred it all to your face.

Treat your skin gently
Try to limit the amount of soap you are using. If your skin feels tight after cleansing, the soap’s alkaline pH might have destroyed your skin’s natural acidity, leaving it vulnerable to bacteria and dehydration. When you clean your skin use mild soap and warm but not hot water.

Try to use natural cleansing products, as added chemicals might irritate your skin and affect the cell renewal process.

Alcohol and Smoking will age your skin quickly
Alcohol dehydrates the skin and will cause the skin to loose its plump and firm appearance. Smoking is even worst as it actively promotes wrinkles. Nicotine causes the blood vessels to constrict which deprives your skin of oxygen and decreases blood flow. It also reduces collagen and elastin in your skin, essential for strength and elasticity. Smokers are said to have 5 times more wrinkles than people who are non-smokers.

Get sufficient sleep
Sleep is crucial for healthy skin. Research has shown that during the day, the skin focuses on its protective function. At night it repairs itself from daily damage, its natural nutrition metabolism is at a maximum rate and cell turnover is at its peak.”

Protect yourself from the sun
We hear it all the time, and yet…. Overexposure to UV beams affects the elastin in the skin and  leads to wrinkles, age spots, blotchy pigmentation and dry skin, and unprotected sun exposure  increases the risk of developing skin cancer.

Avoid the sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. when the sun's rays are at their strongest.
Wear protective clothing and use sufficient sunscreen when you are in the sun. Use facial creams containing Vitamin E – It protects cells from UV light and strengthens the skin’s barrier function.