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How to Keep Your Skin Smooth and Glowing Naturally

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With the hustle and bustle that comes with everyday life, it’s easy to forget about having to do our daily skincare routines. Oftentimes we may find ourselves even cutting it down to save ourselves time, thinking that our skin will be fine without it. While that may be true to some extent, a little maintenance every now and then never hurt, and the same goes for the condition of our skin.

Now, skin care isn’t limited to only using the best reviewed moisturizer in the Philippines every day. It’s much more than that – our skin’s health is dictated by a number of factors that are related to the other activities we do, such as eating or exercising.

In this article we’ll discuss how these “other activities” can actually contribute to keeping your skin looking healthy and young. Learn how you can keep your skin smooth and glowing naturally:

 

Eat and drink well

Eat and drink well

Skin hydration, while often done with body lotion, is also best done from within. That said, make sure to ingest a good amount of water daily. The normal 8 cups a day are a good start! You could also go for natural teas or fresh fruit juices to mix it up. Better yet, you could even try your hand at whipping up a natural smoothie for a refreshing beverage perfect for any time of the day.

On the other hand, you could also ingest foods that are rich in water content to further satisfy your body’s needs. Have your fill of fruits and vegetables such as:

–       Carrots

–       Cucumbers

–       Tomatoes

–       Oranges

–       Apples

–       Kiwi

–       Watermelon

–       Coconut

Not only are they delicious and healthy, but they also contain a myriad of vitamins and minerals that are essential to our body’s daily function. It also helps that food such as these contribute to our body’s efforts in producing elastin and collagen, which are proteins in our skin.

 

Avoid toxins

Avoid Toxins

Toxins – particularly irritants and allergens – must be avoided at all costs as it may trigger sudden flare ups, especially if you’re already suffering from a kind of skin-related malaise. One of the best ways to do so is to check for your products’ ingredients, and this goes for food, personal, and hygienic items.

If you want to learn more about what kinds of possible toxins you have to look out for, check out this helpful list on the Huffington Post.

 

Take general care of your skin

Take general care of your skin

It is universally agreed among beauty gurus that moisturizing is best done during the night as it will undo some of the damage that your skin has suffered during the day. When doing so, make sure to impart special attention onto your knees, elbows, and feet, as those parts of the body tend to dry out faster than the rest.

However, take note that no matter how much moisturizer you slather on your body, it would all be for naught if you fail to remove the dead cells that clog your skin. That said, wash your body well before beginning your skincare regimen.

 

Use DIY home remedies

Even the application of simple ingredients such as honey, egg whites, lemons, bananas, and olive oil can do a lot to maintain one’s skin, especially when done in the face area. You can rub these ingredients on your skin separately or create a custom cocktail of items to form a custom, home-made lotion! All you’ll need is a little bit of beeswax to do so and you’re good to go.



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