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Top Quick Tips for Your Skin Health and Beauty

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Your skin is the trickiest area to work with when it comes to physical beauty. The small facial area is susceptible to dozens of issues, and many people are clueless what to do about it. If you are someone who is craving for a healthy skin, but have given up all hopes, these tips are going to be a lifesaver for you

Remove Makeup Before Going To Bed

There is no bigger damage to your skin than going to bed with your make up on. Many of us do not have much choice than to wear makeup for long hours every day. It is common for any women to crash in bed with their makeup on. While some of us do it once in a while out of sheer exhaustion, many others simply do it because they do not find it important enough.

Your makeup products are loaded with chemicals that settle into your pores. Expect your skin to be in shackles if you are going to bed with your skin loaded with makeup regularly. Micellar water is your best friend for life. Just dab a piece of cotton with Micellar water and take your makeup off. Follow this by washing your face and applying a suitable nigh cream. If you are too exhausted and do not have much time, keep a pack of makeup wipes handy for a quick fix. However, do not make it a habit to sleep without washing your face.

Allow Your Skin To Breathe

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Do not wear make up every single day. Give your skin some time to breath with nothing on it except may be a moisturizer. If you have a busy work schedule, keep Sunday for all the much needed pampering and a dedicated no make-up day. A chemical free day for your skin is the biggest favors that you can do to your skin health. While you are going no makeup, understand that it means that you will not be wearing even a concealer on that day. It is okay to embrace those pigments for a day.

Pamper It Organically

While you are at zero makeup day, dedicate this day for all the skin pampering that it needs. Organic masks are the best remedy for a clear skin regime. If you cannot afford expensive organic skin care products, do not worry. There are many home based masks that can do the job perfectly. Indian Healing Clay masks mixed with organic Apple Cider Vinegar have been one of the much talked about skincare product lately. Masks made from lemon juice, orange peels, yoghurt and fresh cream are also great for a clear and glowing skin. A mixture of rosewater and glycerin is great for pigmentation treatment and keeps your skin hydrated. You can easily find many organic face mask recipes on the internet. Besides the face masks, do not forget your moisturizer and serums to follow up.

Avoid Sun Exposure

Those UV rays ruin your skin like anything. They are the biggest bane for the skins of every person who needs to be out in the sun on a daily basis. Ironically, you are not even entirely save from UV exposure even when you are indoors, with the sunlight coming through the windows. The increasing heat waves and climate change have made these sun rays even more dangerous than what they were ever before. Invest in a good sunscreen with a 50+ SPF. Ideally, you should put on your sunscreen every two hours. Avoid any unnecessary direct sun exposure at all costs.

Relax!

Stress ruins your skin. Your negative energy easily reflects on your skin. Often dark circles and wrinkles have more to do with stress signs than ageing. A positive mindset can also prevent early ageing signs. Try to indulge in activities that can filter off stress from your life. Yoga and meditation are great source of distressing for you. Besides that, you can choose to indulge in reading, swimming, light music or anything that you feel will freshen up your mind and make you feel happy.

Avoid Dehydration

You have patchy dry skin because your skin lacks hydration. Your skin cells are water based and need a lot of fluid intake to stay plump and pink. Dehydration kills your natural skin pigments. In order to deal with this, you need to increase your water intake. Keep a water bottle handy. 3-4 litres of water daily are a must for a good skin health. Besides water, fresh juices are a great source of vitamins for your skin. You can also use hydrating moisturizers for additional results.

Sleep Well

If your brain is not well rested, it will show up on your skin. Puffy eyes and dark circles are usually because you do not get enough sleep, and more importantly timely sleep. You need to put away your phone while being in bed and try to sleep as early as possible. The better you sleep, the fresher and glowing your skin will be. Ideally, try going to bed as early as possible to get at least eight hours of sleep.

Eat Healthy

One of the greatest misconceptions about healthy eating is that it is only important for your body to be in good shape. Many people are unaware, that your skin is also what you eat. If your diet is all about spicy and greasy fast foods, do not be surprise with acne and excess oil on your skin. If your diet does not include a rich source of vitamins and protein, expect a patchy skin. Your skin cells get their nutrition from what you eat, which is why some people have better skins than other. Add more fruits and vegetables to your diet. Fresh cream and yoghurt are also amazing for a bright skin. Avoid those burgers and pizzas at all costs.

Work Out

Just like eating habits are not only for eight checks, exercise is also not restricted to physical fitness. A good workout routine is also a detox for your body and helps in keeping your skin fresh and healthy. It also helps in toning your facial muscles, adding to your facial beauty.

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Rian Mcconnell

Rian Mcconnell - Rian is a Villanova University graduate who was born in DuBois, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia with a medical degree. His residency was at Thomas Jefferson and its associated Wills Eye Hospital, and he finished his education with fellowships in cataract and corneal surgery at the University of Connecticut. He has a vast experience in ophthalmic surgery, with a focus on cataract surgery, corneal transplantation, and laser refractive procedures. He serves on the board of Vision Health International, an agency that provides eye care and surgery to indigent patients in Central and South America, in addition to his surgical practice.

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