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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Follow These 6 Lifestyle Changes to Get Glowing Skin

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If you have been using a lotion or moisturizer on your skin and not getting the results you want, you should consider some lifestyle changes that can help. First, make sure the lotion you are using includes a skin-tightening element. This is important no matter your age as you want to do preventative care, especially in your neck and chin area. Once you have selected the best tightening lotions for the neck and you have a good overall moisturizing regime, time to start working on those lifestyle changes to bring it all together.

1. Get Enough Sleep

The time that you sleep is the time that your body has to replenish and turn skin cells over. While you are sleeping, your body sloughs off thousands of dead skin cells and creates new cells underneath. Get proper rest so your body can do its job.

2. Meditate

Being stress-free is important and important factor in having glowing skin. Consider the many lines and wrinkles that cover your face. Where are they? They are at your fore brow, where we squint and furrow our brows. They are at the edge of your eyes, your crow’s feet, also from squinting. They are around our pursed mouths. When we are relaxed, our faces are relaxed as well.

3. Drink Water Throughout the Day

Our bodies are mostly made of water, but when our skin feels dry and cracked, we don’t think to moisturize from the inside as well as the outside. Drink 8 glasses of water each day, no matter what. If you don’t like the taste of water, you can use a flavor enhancer like lemon or fresh orange spritzer.

4. Exercise for Health

Exercise is another tool for getting glowing skin. Nothing beats the look of accomplishment on your slightly sweaty face after a work-out. That sweating is important for cleaning out our skin pores, so embrace the sweat! Also, don’t forget to exercise your face as well. Do neck exercises and chin stretches to keep the skin pliable in this area.

5. Eat Fruits and Vegetables

When it comes time to nourish your body, give it the best fuel you can. Choose high nutrient, high vitamin greens, berries, cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower, and plenty of fresh melons.

6. Watch Your Sun Intake 

The sun is good for you to a certain extent. You want to get about 20-30 minutes of all over body sun exposure each day so you can make Vitamin D, a vitamin many women lack in particular. After the 30 minutes, cover up and wear sunscreen to protect your skin. Also, don’t absorb the height of day sun. Instead, sit out in the early morning when you can still get the benefits of sunlight without the harsh UV rays.

Try these healthy lifestyle changes to get dewy and glowing skin. Keep maintaining your exfoliation, cleansing, and moisturizing routine and you will notice some great changes to the look of your body’s largest organ, your skin.

This is a guest blog entry.

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