RENEW YOUR SKIN THROUGH HEALTH AND FITNESS
We believe your health and fitness, coupled with good skincare habits, are the key to having flawless skin. How you nourish your body is as important as how you nourish your skin. Radiant, glowing skin is typically skin that is healthy and hydrated. We can work towards it by slowly implementing a healthy diet, a wholesome lifestyle, and a regular skincare routine.
What type of diet is good for your skin?
What we eat directly affects our skin. Make sure your diet is full of good fats, antioxidants, vitamin C, collagen, and amino acids. Add olive oil, nuts, green leafy vegetables, and vitamin-rich fruits to your diet.
We cannot stress on this enough but have lots of water; this keeps the skin plump, hydrated, and healthy and is, of course, also great for your body.
How can exercise get you clear & glowing skin?
Exercise works wonders for your skin! It increases blood flow and circulation that helps nourish skin cells and keep them vital leaving you with healthy and vibrant skin. Exercise has also been shown to relieve stress and anxiety. That will help keep acne and eczema at bay. Follow a good pre and post-skin cleansing regime to avoid clogged pores and breakouts.
A 2015 study showed that regular aerobic exercise for three months can significantly improve skin structure. The researchers advised that regular exercise may consequently improve age-related skin deterioration.
Skincare for flawless skin
To start with, religiously follow a good skincare routine using products that suit your skin. Avoid products that are filled with chemicals and harsh on your skin. Here’s an ideal skincare practice:
A well-cleansed skin is a foundation in any skincare routine. Cleansing helps eliminate dirt, excess oil, makeup residue, and dead skin cells. It also primes your skin for the remaining steps in your skincare routine.
Vitamin C serum is perfect to use in the morning—because they defend your skin from the free radicals you’ll fight throughout the day. A moisturizing serum with hyaluronic acid is best for nighttime as it keeps your skin from drying out at night, especially if you’re using anti-aging or anti-acne treatments.
Moisturizing your skin helps in restoring the skin barrier and blocks water loss and prevents skin drying.
Sunscreen may be the last step, but the most important part of any skincare regimen. Shielding your skin from UV rays can prevent skin cancer, sun damage, and signs of aging. Use a sunscreen with a minimum of 30 SPF and look for broad-spectrum SPF that protects you from both UVA and UVB rays.
Take care of your body! Practice a healthy lifestyle and skincare regime. Drink plenty of water, add fruits and veggies to your diet, and at the very least exercise 30 minutes a few times a week.