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How to maintain the beauty and freshness of the skin



There are many factors that affect your skin: genetics, aging, hormones, and conditions like diabetes are internal factors that affect skin. Some of these factors are beyond your control, but there are many external factors that you can control.

External influences such as unprotected sun exposure, frequent washing or very hot water can damage the skin, unhealthy diet, stress, lack of sleep, lack of exercise, dehydration, smoking and certain medications can impair the skin's effective protective barrier.

Below are tips for healthy skin and maintaining its beauty and freshness:

 Eat healthy

There's a billion-dollar industry dedicated to products that keep your skin looking its best and that claim to fight the signs of aging, but moisturizers only penetrate the skin, and aging proceeds at a deeper level.

At the same time, your diet can improve your skin's health from within, so clear skin starts with a healthy diet.

Here are some foods that research has shown are healthy for the skin:

Mango contains compounds with antioxidant properties that help protect skin components like collagen.

Tomatoes have benefits in preventing skin cancer.

Olive oil has been linked to a reduced risk of severe facial photoaging, which is the cumulative damage to the skin that includes wrinkles, dark spots, and discoloration caused by long-term sun exposure.

Cocoa flavanols in dark chocolate can improve skin structure and function. Scientists have found that cocoa reduces roughness and flaking on the skin, increases skin hydration levels, and supports the skin's defenses against UV damage.

Green tea has many benefits for the skin. Compounds in green tea called polyphenols regenerate dying skin cells, suggesting they may be beneficial in wound healing or some skin conditions.

Kale is one of the best sources of lutein and zeaxanthin because it helps fight skin damage caused by light, especially UV rays.

Omega-3 fatty acids, found in oily fish, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, or oils like flaxseed oil and corn oil, can help prevent skin dryness and flaking.

Soy may help improve skin wrinkles that appear at the outer corner of the eye in postmenopausal women.

 Tension

Have you ever noticed that a pimple appears on your face before an important event? Surely you have faced this situation and don't know the real reason. 

In a study of college students, those who experienced high levels of stress were more likely to have skin problems such as:

itchy skin

hair loss

Scaly, greasy or waxy patches on the scalp

annoying sweating

scaly skin

rash

So if you think stress is affecting your skin, try stress reduction techniques like yoga or meditation.


 Maintain humidity

Moisturizers keep the top layer of skin cells hydrated and keep them hydrated. 

The American Academy of Dermatology recommends the following methods to help retain moisture and prevent dry, red, itchy skin:

Wet your skin as soon as you get out of the shower to lock in moisture.

Take a bath for 5-10 minutes a day, but be aware that over-washing can flake off the oily layer of skin and dry it out.

Use warm water instead of hot water.

Minimize the use of harsh soaps and use a gentle, fragrance-free cleanser.

Avoid abrasive brushes, bath sponges, and washcloths, which can damage the skin's surface.

Dry the skin gently with a towel.

Moisturize Immediately After Washing To lock in moisture, ointments, lotions and creams should be applied within minutes of drying.

Use ointments or creams instead of lotions to reduce irritation.

Never scratch the skin. Cold compresses and emollients should help control the itching.

Wear inconspicuous clothing, e.g. For example, wear wool or other coarse materials, and wear soft fabrics such as silk or cotton.

Use onehypoallergenic detergent.

Avoid getting too close to stoves and other heat sources that can dry out the skin.

In winter, run a humidifier to replenish moisture in the top layer of skin.

 Quit smoking

Smoking constricts the blood vessels in the outer layer of skin, reducing blood flow and depriving the skin of the nutrients and oxygen it needs to stay healthy.

Quitting smoking can improve your skin's health and prevent smoking-related wrinkles from forming. 

 Smoking can reduce the skin's natural elasticity by causing collagen breakdown and decreasing collagen production .

We've put together a list of some of the best skincare and beauty tips for you, including the following:


 You should use a cleanser suitable for your skin

The skin cleanser is one of your most important tools to keep your skin beautiful as it helps you remove impurities and dust in the pores that cause pimples and pimples and increase skin problems.

For oily or acne-prone skin, products containing salicylic gel or benzoyl peroxide lotion are great, for very dry skin Stir, you can use either a glycolic moisturizing cleanser or a milky cleanser, and for skin with brown spots or melasma, use a skin-lightening lotion like a Alpha Hydroxy Acid Cleanser.2. Don't use too many products

Applying too many skincare products at once stresses the skin, leading to more cracks and clogged pores.


 Hydration

The best time to moisturize is after showering before bed  Avoid heavily scented lotions and make sure you find a moisturizer that's gentle enough to use daily without irritation.


 Avoid touching the face

Repeatedly touching the skin throughout the day leads to the spread of bacteria and the appearance of pimples, in addition to the possibility of the appearance of scars and wrinkles, so avoid this matter, especially when you are outside the home.


 Moisture from within

Unfortunately, moisturizing the skin from the outside is not enough to maintain a fresh and radiant complexion. It is also necessary to maintain internal hydration. Therefore, doctors recommend drinking plenty of water. Your daily water drinking should not be less than 8 glasses. because lack of water means less shine and more sagging. .


 Avoid direct exposure to heat

Don't just be wary of the sun — getting too close to heaters and hot water can wreak havoc on your skin by causing inflammation and collagen breakdown, so avoid it altogether.


 Skin exfoliation

Skin sheds 50 million skin cells every day and to counteract this you need to “choose a pH balanced product so it doesn't dry out when you exfoliate” and don't just stop at your face, your body skin needs exfoliation too.


Vitamins

A balanced diet is important, but there are several ways to give your skin the vitamins it needs: There are also topical antioxidants, such as serums and creams that contain skin-nourishing ingredients (such as a vitamin C serum) .


 Clean your makeup brushes regularly

To combat infection and clogged pores, cosmetics experts and doctors recommend washing makeup brushes at least twice a month to prevent skin from spreading bacteria and germs from one place to another.

Here's how:

Place a drop of mild shampoo in the palm of your hand, then wet the bristles of the brush with lukewarm water.

Massage the bristles in your palm to spread the shampoo over the brush.

Avoid getting the metal part of the brush or the base of the brush bristles wet as the adhesive may soften and the bristles may fall out.

Rinse out the shampoo and wring out the water with a towel.

Lay the brush on its side to dry, with the bristles dangling from the edge of the table.

Make-up removal

Effective makeup removal is the key to clearer and healthier skin and when makeup is removed, the skin is clean and ready to absorb the following products such as moisturizer and serum.

Always remember that the skin is dying to get rid of substances that clog pores and increase pollution.

 Sunscreen

Daily exposure to UV rays contributes to the visible signs of aging. Therefore, choose a broad spectrum sunscreen with aSPF 30 or more and don't forget to reapply every two hours.


Good sleep

Skin beauty tips relate not only to using the appropriate cleanser and moisturizer for your skin type, but also to your sleeping position and the number of hours of sleep you get, it is necessary to sleep up to 8 hours It It is recommended to use silk or satin pillows when sleeping to prevent wrinkles and the spread of fine lines.


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