Skin Care Tips for Healthy Skin

The skin is the most exposed organ on the body. And, as such, it needs special care and attention. If you want to reduce the chances of aging signs like wrinkles and puffy eyes, you may want to pay close attention. Even if you want to decrease the likelihood of adult acne or hormonal pimples, these are still great tips for glowing, healthy, and youthful skin. Keep reading below to learn more.

Skin Care Tips for Healthy Skin

We could go on forever about how to keep your skin healthy and looking great.  But we’ve found that the most common, fixable problems that people are having with their skin o

Drink Water…And Then Drink Some More!

Unhealthy, tired skin can improve dramatically with enough water intake. In fact, your skin is mostly comprised of water, so when you’re not consuming enough, the skin can become dehydrated. Then, wrinkles and fine lines begin to form and your skin becomes duller and looser. Other types of drinks to improve hydration are coconut water and natural fruit and vegetables juices low in sugar and salt.
Caffeine, soft drinks, and alcohol can severely dehydrate the skin, so we recommend completely cutting them from your diet. However, we understand that this just isn’t doable for most people. So, a general rule of thumb is to drink 1 glass of water for every drink with caffeine, sugar, or alcohol. Keep your skin even healthier by abstaining altogether.

Maintain A Healthy, Balanced Diet

In addition to drinking lots of water, it’s important that you’re getting your water from other sources, as well. Fruits and vegetables are often mostly comprised of water. And your body loves eating water – in fact, your body uses water from food sources much better than just water alone.
As we’ve discussed in our article on how the diet affects the skin Foods rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants are also very important for your skin. Anything high in omega-3s and low in sugar are perfect for the skin. Plus, foods high in vitamin E directly affect how your skin ages. We understand that it can be hard to completely change your diet. To ease the transition, just simply add healthy choices to your diet. And keep adding more and more as time goes on.

Basic Skin Care Tips For Healthy Skin:

  • Drink Lots Of Water
  • Eat Nutrition-Rich Food!
  • Protect Your Skin With Sunscreen
  • Develop A Skin Care Regimen
  • Get Enough Sleep!

Protect Against Harmful UV Rays

It’s common knowledge now that it’s important to protect your skin from direct sun exposure. And, obviously, to stay away from tanning beds. Any tanning or UV ray exposure is damaging to the skin, so it’s important to keep it to a minimum. Slather on the sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. And make sure to cover your ears and hairline adequately. In fact, there’s an epidemic in skin cancer for these areas in particular. Stay out of the sun during the most dangerous times of the day – from about 10am to about 2pm. Invest in some hats and long-sleeve, breathable shirts.

Use The Right Skincare Products

There are about as many skin care products as there are people in the world. That said, it’s not too difficult finding something that works well for you. First, you must determine what kind of skin you have. Dry, oily, combination, or aging. We recommend opting for milk or oil based cleansers that are gentle on the skin. And always make sure to use a toner and a moisturizer. As you get older, it’s also important to invest in a great eye serum. Since your eyes show your age, it’s recommended to get started on your anti-aging skin care routine sooner than later.

Get Enough Sleep In The Right Conditions

Your skin needs at least 8 hours of sleep to complete its regeneration process. So, when you’re not getting enough sleep, you’ll notice your skin looks duller, and perhaps dark circles under your eyes appear. But, how much you sleep is as important as what you sleep on. Rough-textured pillow cases can cause aging signs to appear more dramatically. In fact, rough textures can create lasting creases and wrinkles on the skin. We recommend silk, satin, or a high cotton thread count to prevent any damaging effects. And make sure you’re washing or changing your pillow case at least once each week.

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