7 Tips To Maintain Healthy Skin

POSTED BY Julia Ching

Maintain Healthy Skin

On the darker side of today’s world, we all are running in a race to earn as much as we can, but what happens???

We forget to focus on the most primary objective for which we are earning!!!

We earn to eat, to keep ourselves fit, and much more. But sadly, in the race of making more and more money, we fail to nurture the human machinery that works hard like anything. The scars on the face, dull skin, less radiant face, restless body, all these are the absolute testimony that how we have been cruel to our body. Inadequate care and an imbalanced diet affect our body badly and ultimately the deficiencies reflect on our skin and face.

The dull unhealthy skin, especially of the face, becomes the reason for lack of confidence among many people. Many people get curious about their looks and somehow it always remains in their unconscious mind and makes them look worse. Many people cost their mental health due to worrying about their physical appearance. But, people don’t know, worrying about their skin is not the medicine for their skincare rather stress is also one of the major causes of bad skin.

Simply, taking care of your skin and body is not something very difficult, you only need to learn its true essence in your daily life. If we will not remember to patrol our car timely, then how can we run a car? Similar logic applies to our bodies as well. To perform any task be it a job, home chores, or anything, taking care of the body is of utmost importance. Otherwise, the first thing that makes you look unfit, is your unhealthy skin and it becomes the reason for many people’s happiness. Now, let’s jump to know a few tips for maintaining healthy skin.

Key Tips for a healthy skin

#1. Proper Intake of Water

Proper Intake of Water

Water, a God’s gift for human survival, an indispensable resource, and a basic unit of life for human existence. It has so many wonders that we will be tired of counting its incredible benefits. It’s the first and foremost medicine and cure for any disease. If water can cure big diseases then, how cannot it work magically to maintain healthy skin?

Well, the write-up is about how to maintain healthy skin. Trust us, nothing could work better than intaking an adequate amount of water in your day-to-day life. Minimum 8 glasses of water are a must to stay healthy and get healthy skin. Water maintains hydration levels in the body and helps to flush out toxins from our body. Your body requires proper hydration to carry out key functions required for healthy skin. Water is also essential to the production of structural proteins like collagen and elastin, that keep your skin strong, elastic, and plump. It does help you maintain a healthy, youthful-looking complexion and contribute immensely to delaying your natural aging.

#2. Stress Management

Don’t know, if you have ever keenly observed or not, lets us tell you, stress takes all your charm and glow. It truly makes you look extremely bad by shrinking your skin. Uncontrolled stress triggers acne breakouts, the release of cortisol (stress hormone), and other skin-related issues. High cortisol levels stimulate the aging process by breaking down collagen and elastin. They let your skin produce more oil which results in acne breakouts, wrinkles, dark spots, etc.

To get healthy skin, a healthy state of mind is extremely important. Your mental state contributes a lot to maintaining healthy skin. Moreover, take required beauty sleep, include Yoga, exercise, meditation, or any physical activity to cure stress. Meditation works incredibly, other than curing stress, it offers countless benefits. It enlightens our souls and inculcates true consciousness in humans. Thus, when you work on your soul, you automatically start sensing the true essence of taking care of your body. Hence, healthy body = healthy skin.

#3. Limit Sun Exposure

Limit Sun Exposure

If you wish for healthy and flawless skin, restrain yourself from sun exposure, as much as you can. UV radiations are the major cause of skin damage. These rays cause premature aging of the skin such as wrinkles, liver spots, actinic keratosis, leathery skin, and solar elastosis. UV rays even lead to serious eye problems as well. Most skin cancers are a result of exposure to UV rays. The risk of Melanoma, a type of skin cancer, is also due to harmful UV rays, although perhaps not as strongly.

Well, we cannot avoid sunlight completely as it provides numerous benefits to our body as well. It is a great source of Vitamin D and good for bones as well. Medical experts, especially, advise newborn and old people to take an adequate amount of sunlight for good health. Especially in winter, sunlight is extremely beneficial while in summers the more we keep ourselves away from the sun, the more it’s good. You need to follow Summer SkinCare Tips and keep your skin glowing.

Here, are the ways to help ensure you’re not getting too much sun:

  • Avoid going out between 10 AM to 4 PM as UV radiations are more dangerous for the skin at this particular time. If still, going out is required, follow the further below down tips to protect your skin.
  • Never leave any part of your body bare. Cover your arms and legs if wearing any short dress.
  • Use a hat to protect your face, head, and neck.
  • Use sunglasses to create a barrier between your eyes and harmful sun rays to protect your eyes from dangerous UV rays
  • Need to use sunscreen, it is must to maintain healthy skin. No matter whether it’s winter or summer, make it a part of your beauty regimen. Most importantly, sunscreen should not be less than SPF 25.

#4. Eat Healthily

Eat healthy

A portion of good food or we can say a balanced diet is the biggest contribution to your healthy skin. A regular diet full of fruits, vegetables, milk, proteins, whole grains, etc will have your skin looking its best. Antioxidants-rich food is skincare superstars, never forget to include it in your diet. Nuts and fish work miraculously for the skin. Cutting down on fries, soda, and candy is a must to get healthy skin. They are one of the major causes of acne breakouts, skin dullness, blemishes, etc.

#5. Intake Healthy Fats

Intake Healthy Fats

Adding healthy fats to your diet works wonders for your healthy skin. Healthy fats include omega-3 (linolenic acid) and omega-6 (linoleic acid). These healthy fats build blocks of healthy cell membranes and are an integral component to maintain skin moisture. Moreover, to help the skin retain moisture and absorb beneficial vitamins and minerals, a healthy lipid barrier prevents dryness and inflammation.

 

Unlike antioxidants, EFAs cannot be synthesized by the body and must be sourced from your diet or topical skincare. Following are some sources of these beneficial fats:

  • Omega-3: Salmon, flaxseeds, chia seeds, mackerel, walnuts, eggs.
  • Omega-6: Soybean oil, sunflower seeds, almonds, walnuts, cashews.

#6. Quit Smoke

Quit-Smoke

Since childhood, we all are taught this well-known saying that “Smoking is injurious for health” and trust us, it is.

Smoking makes your skin look older and contributes to wrinkles, especially wrinkles on the face that look very ugly. Smoking bars the blood flow and makes skin paler. This also depletes the oxygen and nutrients that are important to skin health. Smoking also damages collagen and elastin that give strength and elasticity to the skin. Additionally, smoking increases the risk of squamous cell skin cancer. If you really wish for healthy skin, just quit it.

#7. Adequate Beauty Sleep

Adequate Beauty Sleep

We would elaborate on this tip as well but, firstly we want you to recapitulate on your own, how it feels when you do not sleep properly. I hope, you all have got the answer! Feeling restless, gradually losing glow, dark spots, blemishes, etc are the early signs of inadequate sleep. Well, all answers are within you, it’s just you need to sense it

Studies reveal that lack of sleep results in more fine lines, wrinkles, less elasticity, and uneven skin tone. The more you sleep, the healthier you are. When you sleep, Skin makes new collagen and prevents sagging. More collagen means the skin is plumper and less likely to wrinkles. All the repair processes occur when your body is in deep relaxing sleep. By taking enough hours of sleep, you give your body the required time to perform the functions that keep your skin healthy.

Lack of sleep just does not make you feel restless but results in sickness, body aches, skin dullness, dark circles, eye bags, etc. Having coronary heart disease or stroke is greatly increased with less sleep. Shortened sleep maximizes the higher rates of breast cancer, colorectal cancer, and prostate cancer. Lack of sleep may not sound like something serious to you, but remember gradually it becomes the reason for many big diseases. Slowly and slowly, it deteriorates your body, your skin, even your mental health, that’s why Dermatologists suggest proper sleep is a must. Proper sleep is the beauty secret of many people.

Conclusion

Well taking care of your own self may sound easy but it’s not. Managing everything together, family, home, job makes you realize that you don’t leave with time to take care of your own body. Machinery that allows humans to perform numerous crucial tasks of their life. Don’t you think it would be cruel on your part to forget fueling your body with the right required resources?

To get a healthy body, skin, or face to look good or stay energetic, consistently nurturing it with a proper diet and exercise is a must. Otherwise, the first sign that you see is turning your skin into poor sagging skin which is the biggest cause to make people feel underconfident. Bad skin makes you look bad and unfit. And most importantly, makes you feel unhappy and unsatisfied when you don’t look good. To look good holds great value in every person’s life. It is one of the ways to lead a happy life.

Hopefully, the above-enshrined tips may help you in maintaining your skin. Do add these tips in your beauty regime. Also, you can share your experience, whatever steps you take to maintain your skin via the comment section below.

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