How to Get Healthy Skin

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How to Get Healthy Skin

Maintaining healthy skin has a lot of benefits. It can help protect your body from harmful external factors, such as UV rays and environmental pollutants. It can also improve your overall appearance, boost your self-confidence, and promote a youthful, glowing complexion. Additionally, healthy skin can help regulate body temperature and provide a barrier against infection and disease. So taking good care of your skin can benefit your health and well-being in many ways!
What factors contribute to skin health?

1. We believe that the skin care products you use should be a key component of your approach to achieving healthy skin as well as a regular skin care routine, regular skin care treatments play a big part in healthy skin.

2.Balanced Diets help to maintain healthy skin. In order to maintain healthy skin, it’s crucial to eat right and stay hydrated. Healthy foods provide your body with the building blocks it needs to heal wounds, maintain elasticity and vibrancy, and balance the bacteria in your skin. Dermatologists recommend you eat plenty of leafy, green vegetables, and get a variety of fruits and vegetables each day. You should also make sure to pack in the healthy, fatty acids from a variety of sources.

3.Exercise. Exercise can reduce inflammation throughout your body, promote circulation, and potentially help to maintain the health of your telomeres, literally keeping your body more youthful at the cellular level. You should aim to get at least 15 minutes of intense physical activity per day, or 30 minutes of moderate physical activity. Getting the right amount of exercise also promotes lymphatic drainage, your body’s natural process of flushing out toxins.

4.Healthy Sleep Cycles. Sleep has a huge input on how our skin looks and feels. Early nights really do give you beauty sleep. Skipping out on a good night’s sleep is one of the worst things we can do to our skin. When you don’t get enough sleep, your body produces larger quantities of the stress hormone cortisol – which triggers inflammation throughout your body, resulting in inflammation and skin damage. As inflammation takes hold, your body starts to produce less collagen and hyaluronic acid, resulting in a loss of brightness, smoothness, and suppleness. Your body also takes care of important processes like balancing hydration as you sleep, so missing out on sleep will deprive your body of the chance to keep your skin’s moisture properly regulated.

5.Stress Management. Looking after you mentally will help look after you physically and will help with that healthy skin glow. As most of us know, this factor and the one above are often the most difficult to maintain. As we discussed, the stress hormone cortisol can contribute to skin damage and aging (not to mention internal and mental health) in several ways. This makes it extremely important to your manage stress in a healthy way! While there are many stress management techniques out there, the best option is whichever one works best for you! Some of our favourite stress management techniques include exercise, crafting, journaling, and just relaxing with friends.

6.Vitamins for Skin Health. B12, Vitamin C & Biotin help give your skin a fresh glow . If you are lacking in these Vitamins we do offer vitamin injections to help with a healthy boost.

7.Sunscreen for Healthy Skin. Factor 30+ is recommended to wear daily to help with UVA+B rays even when that suns not shining they are still penetrating skin and wearing sunscreen can help with the ageing process.

8. Most dermatologists recommend that you cleanse your skin once in the morning and once in the evening, and additionally after exercising or sweating heavily. There’s no need to use harsh chemicals such as denatured alcohols in order to cleanse your skin, though: A gentle, natural cleanser like our Blood Orange Cleansing Balm can get the job done perfectly without compromising your skin health. In the evening, it’s especially important that you remove any makeup and sunscreen from the day in order to prevent clogged pores. If you prefer to practice the Korean double-cleansing routine, start with a water-based cleanser like our detoxifying Charcoal Clay Cleanser, followed by an oil-based cleanser like our Coconut Oil Cleansing Milk or Blood Orange Cleansing Balm.

9.“Moisturization” and “hydration” are often used interchangeably, but there’s an important difference between these two concepts. “Hydration” literally refers to hydrating, or delivering water to, the cells in your skin. In contrast, “moisturization” refers to reinforcing your skin’s lipid barrier with oils and other nourishing ingredients. Moisturizing your skin helps to keep hydration locked in, so it’s important that you get a combination of hydration and moisturization in your skin care routine

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