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Flawless Skin: How You Can
Everybody wants flawless skin. The good news is you don't have to go to extremes to achieve it. We show you how…
Not only does clean, healthy skin make you look and feel better, but it is also an indicator that you are in good health. While there are a lot of products out there to rejuvenate, hydrate or clear the skin, nothing is as important to healthy skin as a good, clean, nutritious diet.
Unfortunately, there is no treatment for aging skin, but taking care of your skin today will no doubt help it to look better, more radiant and above all healthier. Stock up on lots of fruit and veggies and eliminate all processed foods from your diet. Fish such as salmon and haddock have been associated with good skin while nuts are great snack-sized bites that contribute to healthy, more radiant skin.
In addition to eating good, clean foods, water is essential in maintaining that healthy, glowing skin. Water helps to flush out the toxins in your body; some of these, such as acne, may appear on the face. Water also helps to hydrate the skin, making it feel and look years younger. Ideally, you should consume a minimum of eight glasses of water a day.
Another sure-fire way to get the skin looking great is to invest in a quality skincare range, ideal for your skin. Whether you have dry skin, oily skin, normal skin or combination skin, using the product that works for your skin is an absolute must. The bigger, more reputable skin companies will be able to advise you on which product is best. However, before you buy, ensure you try the product for a few days to see how your skin reacts to it. Ask your beauty consultant for a trial-sized cleanser, toner and moisturizer. If they refuse to give these to you, try another house.
In closing, if you are following a good diet and taking care of you skin, but are still not seeing the results, consult with your dermatologist for a more professional opinion.
Author: Dimi Ingle
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