How to Healthy Skin
The healthy skin is one of the most dominant pointers of health. Wrinkles, dry or oily skin, acne, and irritation all are signs of poor internal health, often brought on by consuming unhealthful foods and avoiding skin-healthy nutrients. To treat skin problems, most people turn to normal topical cosmetics, including lotions, soaps, scrubs, toners, and creams. However, treating outer blemishes with expensive, chemical-laden beauty products does little to address the root cause of the problem: poor nutrition and exposure to toxins in dietary and personal care products.
The old saying “you are what you eat” not only pertain to our overall health and nutrition, but how our skin looks and feels as well. As the largest limb in the body, our skin can benefit from the same nutrition we get from foods that have a positive effect on our heart and other major organs.
In fact, new research suggests that eating foods rich in protein and certain vitamins and minerals might provide valuable anti-aging effects. The most important way to take care of your skin is to protect it from the sun. A lifetime of sun exposure can cause wrinkles, freckles, age spots and rough, dry skin. Sun exposure can also cause more-serious problems, such as skin cancer.
For both men and women, the aging course can cause the skin to go through many different changes. Hormones, the environment and how well we take care of our skin all crash how we age, and it’s important to keep in mind that what our skin needed as a teenager is rather different from what it will need when we’re 30 – for example, acne breakouts are (hopefully!) a thing of the past, but we’ll have to start philosophy about fine lines and wrinkles. And so it goes on, as do the years.
Posted on October 11, 2011, in Beauty Tips and tagged beauty tips, Dry Skin, Health, Healthy, healthy skin, How, How to, How to be Healthy, How to Healthy Skin, Natural Skin Care, skin, Skin Cancer, Skin Care, skin tips, Tips for Healthy skin. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.