3 Skin Care Tips You Must Know for Glowing Skin


1. Drink Water.


Water is the most important ingredient for your skin. If you don't keep your skin cells hydrated, they won't be healthy which leads to a very dull and fatigue complexion. Water helps you from the inside out. For your skin's sake, it's one of the easiest and best beauty treatments you can do. Drinking at least 2 liters (67 ounces) per day will not only keep your skin moisturized, but will also flush out toxins from your system so they don't build up in your cells.


Water Benefits for Skin:

  • Prevents Acne

  • Maintains pH Balance

  • Flush's Toxins

  • Reduces Fine Lines & Wrinkles

  • Moisturizes

  • Maintains Skin Elasticity


2. Avoid the Sun and Wear SPF.


The sun is your worst enemy and SPF is your BFF. The sun is the # 1 main cause for anti aging and pre-mature anti aging. The UV rays penetrate outer skin layers and hit the deeper layers of the skin, where they can damage or kill skin cells. Up to 80 percent of the sun's rays can pass through clouds, so if you assume it's OK to forget SPF on a cloudy day, think again. UV radiation starts becoming harmful after 5 to 10 minutes. It's important you protect your skin from the sun on a daily basis by applying SPF every 2 hours and if your going to be directly in the sun then every 30 minutes because that's how long it takes for the SPF to no longer do it's job. Wear your SPF daily for healthy, plump and Glowing Skin. SPF is the beauty secret that's not really a beauty secret.


SPF Benefits for Skin:

  • Avoid Hyperpigmentation

  • Protects Your Skin from UV Rays

  • Prevents Anti Aging and Premature Anti Aging

  • Reduces Risk of Skin Cancer


3. Nutrition.


What you ingest into your body is a reflection of your skin. Nutrition plays a big role in the health of your skin. We have all heard the expression "you are what you eat". It's true in many ways. What we put in our body's has to find a way out again. Our bodies are designed that way. When we eat healthy food, it shows on our body and our skin. If you eat too many foods that are bad, your skin will reflect that. Blocked pores, spots, pimples, bloating, and even pale or ashy complexion will make you look unhealthy. Your skin can get dried out, look greasy, puffy, and look much older than it needs to. Vegetables and fruit have a lot of water in them, plus vitamins and nutrients that your body and skin needs. They also contain antioxidants that protect our cells and cell linings from damage by radiation and free radicals. This includes our skin cells. Eat colorful foods for healthy, hydrated and Glowing Skin.


Nutrition Benefits for Skin:

  • Clear Complexion

  • Hydrated Skin

  • Healthy Skin



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