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Best Ways to Get Radiant, Beautiful Skin

Isn’t it just about every woman’s dream to achieve naturally healthy, radiant and glowing skin? Like Beyonce’s “I Woke Up Like This,” we all want to wake up with a fresh face ready to take on the day every single morning, but sadly it may not be the case for everyone. Is this glowing skin too good to be true? Are we forced to wallow in envy of those glamorous-faced girls in the skin care commercials? Before you jump to throwing in the towel, please note it is actually a lot more attainable and not as complicated as you think. The best long-lasting ways to get beautiful skin is simply through good skin care and healthy habits. The time is now to live your best life with skin you can feel proud of.


Beauty Starts Within

 


We are constantly exposed to environmental toxins like sun, chemicals, smoke, smog, and dust on a daily basis. Unfortunately, a lot of the most popular skin care and cleaning products contain ingredients that are actually harmful for the skin. These factors stress our skin and bodies and will start to become visible over time. Numerous studies have been conducted and have proven skin imperfections such as acne, wrinkles, and dull skin result from stress, bad eating habits, insufficient sleep. If you are affected by these stressors, it is crucial to reset your system from within. What does that mean exactly? Adopt healthier lifestyles we recommend below and you will begin to see a positive change to rejuvenate your skin and even your well-being. 

3 Tips to Reset Your Body

  1. Eat Right

    We’re all familiar with the saying, “treat your body like a temple”, right? A temple is a place of worship, and you should approach your body in the same manner. A good starting point is to become aware of what fuel (food and drink) you are providing your body. Is it good energizing fuel or bad? Foods with high-sugar, high-fat, and added chemicals can actually make you age faster if consumed in large amounts. Sugar creates harmful molecules that damages the collagen and elastin in your body that keeps you looking youthful and ages your body with wrinkles and saggy skin. For great-looking skin, it is high priority to fill your diet with high fuel including plenty of water, vitamin a, dark leafy greens, fish, veggies, and fruits.

    If you are always on the go and want to ensure you are replenishing your body with the proper nourishment, consider taking dietary supplements. We recommend trying Nutrient 950® a complete nutrient-rich multi-vitamin supplement. Not only does this product contain superior mineral cofactors and activated vitamins, it also provides an excellent antioxidant profile perfect for a balanced internal system. 
     
  2. Detox

    Toxins accumulate in our skin and internal organs over the years and affect your skin which makes it even more important to detox body and your largest organ - your skin. A great way to detox your skin is by going to a sauna or steam room to sweat out and release toxins. Many detox programs provide amazing food and drink recipes to help flush your body of harmful toxins that have been building up in your system. Detoxing the body helps refocus the mind, body, and eating habits towards healthier and nutritious foods. 
     
  3. Exercise

    Are you being active enough? Exercise increases blood flow to your skin, carries away waste products to give it more color, helping the skin look more vibrant. Consistent increased physical activity helps promote circulation, oxygen and nutrients to our skin to keep it looking and feeling healthy. Working out also encourages the body to produce more collagen which plays a big role in keeping our skin firm and elastic. Exercise has been known to release stress and can help reduce problems with acne and eczema. 


Those are some great tips to help reset your internal system to start seeing a huge difference in yourself and overall health. The tips don’t stop there, though. There are things you can do to help your skin externally while you work on rebooting your insides. Below are some great techniques to apply to your daily life to ensure optimal skin results. 

 


Exfoliate


Exfoliating your skin means to remove or scrub off dirt, and dead dry skin cells that build up on your face and body over time. This helps the skin appear smoother, feel smoother, and improves your skin tone. The pores on our face are openings in the skin and as buildup on our face accumulates, the pores will expand to accomodate. Weekly exfoliation helps rid the buildup which minimizes pores, reduces acne, and allows your newer skin cells to flourish. 


Wear Sunscreen

 


Approximately 90% of wrinkles are caused by sun exposure, so slather on that sunscreen! Wearing sunscreen is the single most effective way to maintain healthy and young-looking skin. It’s good practice to wear sunscreen on our face and body on a daily basis even through winter and cloudy conditions. 

 


Get Enough Beauty Sleep


Are you on a good sleep schedule? Sleep affects your physical and mental well-being too. Regulating your natural sleep cycle helps reduce stress hormones, which reduces inflammation skin conditions such as eye bags, or acne. Getting a good night’s rest will rejuvenate, freshen, and improve the quality of your skin to give it that nice, warm glow. During restful deep sleep, your body rebalances its hydration, encourages growth hormones to repair damaged cells which helps prevent noticeable signs of aging.



Your dream of having glowing, radiant skin doesn’t have to stay a dream. Looking ageless can become your reality by following the three lifestyle tips listed above. Beauty starts from within. If your internal organs are nourished and healthy, your skin, mood, and body will reflect the same physically. Treat your body with love and respect by fueling it with what your body needs and you will start to see a transformation in your skin and help boost your confidence. You can wake up everyday with beautiful, glowing skin like those skincare commercial gals - maybe a little less dramatic with the camera, makeup, and lighting but you get the picture. Just remember, change always starts from within. 
 

Last modified on Monday, 26 March 2018 23:34
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