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Healthy Skin as a Sign of a Good Health

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Interesting Facts About Skin

The skin – is the body’s heaviest and largest organ. It covers 20 square feet and protects the human body from the outside. Alongside there is much more to the skin than just protection. It is a protective barrier that helps us maintain the precise internal temperature allowing us to sense everything through nerve endings.

Skin is a complex organ that contains:

  • 650 sweat glands
  • 20 blood vessels
  • more than 1,000 nerve endings

This article is here to help you to cover the basic skin issues: what is healthy skin, how it is constructed, healthy skin diet and proper daily skin routine.

Is My Skin Healthy?

All of us has different skin type, and the best way to get the healthiest and happiest skin possible is to embrace 3 things:   

1) learn your skin. Try to understand what it wants and needs;

2) find your personal way to daily skin routine;

3) get rid of stuff that’s not meant for your skin.

Here are some main signs of naturally healthy skin:

  • Hydrated and smooth
  • Firm and tight
  • Free of disease
  • Even color tone

Do you have these signs? If yes – our congrats, you have a perfectly healthy skin type. But nevertheless, one should never stop taking care after skin all over your body. But what is the correct skincare way and how to find a personal-best approach based on individual issues?

First of all, you should always remember:

  • It doesn’t take hours and tons of products to get healthy skin
  • Probably your skincare is better than you think
  • Stick to a normal hydrated level and always wear sunscreen

Modern international trends like “glass skin”, Instagram models and bloggers are demonstrating seemingly-natural, perfect faces using masks and filters, looking like some absolutely flawless creatures making you feel down as if your skin isn’t perfect or so. Don’t ring the alarm at once but try to stay calm and think critically.

Even some small bit of texture or redness or any other skin issues doesn’t mean that your skin is in bad condition. If you have a regular skincare regimen – you are on the safe side and you re on the right way to maintain healthy skin.

What are the best ways to look after your skin and make it healthy on a daily basis?

Hydrated Your Skin Enough

Water. Drinking enough water is vital for our internal organs and is crucial to keeping your skin healthy. Begin your day from a glass of warm water. This way your body will wake up and the necessary water level after night will be normalized. If you’re drinking enough water per day, at about 2L per day, your skin will be hydrated enough.

Another fascinating fact about drinking enough still water every day – your skin will be glowing giving off a slight shine. Don’t believe it? Try and examine your skin while rotating it slowly under daylight. You will definitely see the sheen.

You feel nothing

Do you have a feeling that your skin doesn’t feel like anything – it is just there and that is it? No discomfort, no uncomfortable sensations, no dryness, no rushing, etc? No sighs of that? Great, it means that your skin is doing perfectly fine. The same thing is crucial for when you are wearing skin products or makeup on your face – you should have the same feeling of “nothing”.

In case there are some strange sensations like itching or burning, it is better to check in with your dermatologist and change up your skincare routine.

You have the same skin color all over the body

A consistent skin color that is the same on all body parts – is a positive sign that your skin is in a good and healthy condition, free of common skin diseases. While having everyday bath procedures it is vital to do a regular self-check to make sure your skin is clean.

In case there are some signs of dark spots or redness, it is a sign that something else is going on and that something can be eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, etc. especially if it has occurred lately. Our advice: check in to your dermatologists and get a bit of advice on how to proceed.

Regular Skin Exfoliation  

Exfoliation is a necessary procedure that should be done at least 3 times a week. It helps to remove dry or dead skin cells on the surface of the skin and increases blood circulation, which in turn makes your face and body look glowing. So if you’re combating that by exfoliating both your face and body regularly, you’ll reap the anti-dullness benefits that exfoliation provides.

Do you want to have healthy skin every day?

Of course, you do. Everybody does. It might sound difficult but in reality, it is not that hard to give your skin a proper treatment. All you need in the first place is your time and discipline.

Check out our 10 simple advice on how to make your skin look healthy and clean.  

1. Always wash your face before bed. This is an important step as night time is a time for all the renovate processing for your body. Make sure your skin is ready before that.

2. Always wash your face in the morning. Wash your face for 30 to 45 seconds with a dime-size amount of face wash. That’s how long it takes to clear dirt and oil off your face after night time. Hairstyling products and dust get absorbed by your pillowcase and then transfer to your skin. Make sure you’ve had proper wash otherwise it’ll clog your pores all day long.

3. Be gentle to your skin. Don’t scrub it too hard as it can leave skin rough and red. Your face and body skin should be treated gently. Skip harsh scrubs and washcloths, which can be too rough on your face and can cause irritation.

4. Use a cleansing brush. Fingers can’t clean inside of teeny tiny pores. It better uses an exfoliating brush with tiny bristles that can actually get inside to work the grime out of your skin. If you will start using this thing –  you’ll notice a change in your skin within a very short period of time.

5. Clean your phone. Yes, your phone should be cleaned as much as possible. If you’re seeing pimples on your cheeks or anywhere near the area where you hold your phone, they may be from your phone. Since it’s always in your hand, your phone picks up lots of bacteria, which can then get transferred to your face when you make a phone call. Wipe your screen with an anti-bacterial wipe often to get rid of germs.

6. Don’t touch your face. Do you know how you rest your chin on your hand when you’re sitting in class? That might be the reason for those blemishes on your cheek or jaw. You’re constantly touching things that have germs — anything from your phone to your locker — so, putting your hands on your face transfers all of that onto your skin.

7. Use a proper amount of daily care. Too many products can irritate and too many steps may tempt you to skip the procedure. Find the best personal solution and make sure you have enough time for it.

8. Wash your make-up brushes. Make sure to wash your makeup brushes regularly with brush cleanser or soap. If you use makeup sponges, wash those too. These tools can accumulate bacteria, which can lead to breakouts. Dirty brushes can make the most expensive skincare routines go to waste.

9. Have a good sleep. Staying late at night is not healthy for you or your skin. Not sleeping enough can make your hormones get out of whack and raise your body’s stress levels, which can make you breakout. Aim to get at least eight hours of sleep to look and feel your best.

10. Get your SPF on. Sunscreen isn’t just for summer — your skin needs protection every day, even in winter. There are now sunscreens for every skin type imaginable

Healthy Skin Diet

Nutrition is important for health: it regulates your metabolism, takes care of your inner organs and has a great impact on your skin.

Every new scientist’s test proves that a human’s diet can significantly affect the health and skin aging issues. So what is a perfect food for healthy skin? Here is our list.

1. Fatty fish

Salmon, mackerel, and herring are excellent foods for healthy skin. It is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are important for maintaining skin health and are necessary to help keep skin thick, supple, and moisturized. Fatty fish is also a source of vitamin E which is considered to be one of the most important antioxidants for your skin.

2. Avocados

Avocados are another source of vitamin E and are high in healthy fats. Getting enough of these fats is essential to help keep skin flexible, moisturized and may help protect your skin from sun damage.

3. Walnuts

Walnuts have many characteristics that make them an excellent food for healthy skin. They contain nutrients that your skin needs to function properly and stay healthy.

4. Sunflower seeds

In general, nuts and seeds are good sources of skin-boosting nutrients.

5. Red or yellow bell peppers

It is an excellent source of beta-carotene, which your body converts into vitamin A which keeps skin firm and strong.

7. Broccoli

Broccoli is full of many vitamins and minerals important for skin health, including zinc, vitamin A, and vitamin C. It also contains lutein, a carotenoid that works like beta-carotene.

8. Tomatoes

Tomatoes are a great source of vitamin C that contains all of the major carotenoids, including lycopene which makes them an excellent food for maintaining healthy skin.

9. Dark chocolate

If you need a reason to eat chocolate, here it is: cocoa powder consuming makes skin thicker and more hydrated. Cool, right? But make sure you choose dark chocolate with at least 70% cocoa and do eat too much.

As you can see – your diet affects your look and have a big impact on your skin health. Make sure you’re getting enough essential nutrients to protect your skin and your skin will look healthy and shiny.

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