3 simple tips for a beautiful skin

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We all have suffered from bad skin at some point in our lives, however, there are some skin issues that can reappear after years of being solved. If you have some constant skin problems or maybe you just want to brighten up and clear your skin, here we’ve brought you 3 simple tips and tricks to keep your skin free from annoying and unaesthetic imperfections.

Keep an eye in what you’re eating

It is important to keep a balanced diet for every aspect of your health, and skin care is no exception to this rule. A healthy and balanced diet with plenty of nutrients and antioxidants is key to a bright healthy skin.

Some things are more negative for your skin than others of course, for instance, it is recommended to keep the ingestion of dairy products as they contain hormones that can stimulate your oil glands and pores and lead to acne.

We all love some french fries of course, but a diet high in carbohydrates and fats can lead to wrinkles and greasy skin. Red meats and creamy cheeses are aging fats, so to keep a rejuvenated look stick to protein-rich food like fish, white meat poultry and beans such as lentils.

Veggies are a key aspect to keep in mind in your diet. There are plenty of veggies high in nutrients and antioxidants that are excellent for keeping your skin bright and clean. Mushrooms or soy, for instance, are excellent for this. Broccoli is a surprising source of iron as well as vitamin c, you heard that right. A single cup of broccoli has about 65% of your daily requirements of vitamin c.

Keep it clean

Always remember to keep your skin as fresh and clean as you can. Not only this means to wash it thoroughly and frequently, but also to stay away from bacteria. Every day you expose your skin and put it in contact with some nasty bacteria whether you realize it or not.

Cleansing your skin is not the same for everyone. There are special cleaners for every type of skin, and you have to find the one that suits you the best. Try contacting a dermatologist to help you out with this. In the meantime you can try washing your skin twice a day with a PH neutral cleanser in order to clean your skin but not damage the natural acid mantle of your skin that helps you eliminate bacteria.

Try as hard as you can to keep your hands off of your face. Don’t touch it unless it is completely necessary. Skin pores of your face are way more delicate than those in your hands, and every time you interact with your surroundings you get dirt and germs into your hands and they are headed right into your pores every time you go and unnecessarily touch your face.

Clean your phone regularly with anti-bacterial wipes. This is very, very important. Remember that some studies have found that your phone might actually have more bacteria than your toilet seat, and you wouldn’t want your toilet seat touching your face would you? Try cleaning it daily and clean your hands before using it if possible. Also using an earpiece can help you avoid having it against your face when you need to make a phone call.

Take a chill pill

In this modern world we live in we are always in constant movement, constantly worried about a dozen things at the same time, always running late or maybe full of work, but for the sake of yourself, take a chill pill. Find ways to deal with stress, relax, take a moment of your day to take care of yourself, clean your skin, relax a little.

Stress can lead to inflammation and also spots in your skin. Excellent ways to deal with stress and keeping your skin clean could be by exercising a little every day and sweating away your problems. Meditating is excellent for calming out your entire organism and help out your metabolism too. Maybe go to bed a little early. Sleeping more also improves the quality of your rest, and resting more means fewer eye bags, spots on your skin and an overall better health.

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