“6 TIPS ON HAVING A GOOD SKIN”
“Your face is the result of what you eat” sound weird right? But here’s a fact! It is proven that whatever we eat is shown on our faces. The more oily things you eat, the more oil will be on your face. When there is more intake of junk food, the result could be more of pimples breaking out on your face. Here are 5 important tips in helping you’ll to have the right food and avoid pimples on your face that even makeup (being the only solution) can’t hide them and also will help guide you and show what things you are to avoid in your daily life.
1: INTAKE OF VEGETABLES
Vegetables contain powerful antioxidants that help to protect skin from the cellular damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals, smoking, pollution and sunlight and can cause wrinkling and age spots.They pack a ton of antioxidants into a tiny skin-protecting package, squelching free radicals from the sun before they can damage skin. Also One study in the British Journal of Nutrition found that people who ate the most green and yellow vegetables had fewer wrinkles, especially in the crow’s feet area, compared to those who at the least amount. This may be because of antioxidants that fight aging free radicals. Filling up on carrots can give you a natural glow. A 2011 UK study found that people who eat a higher amount of vegetables, like carrots, have more yellow tones in their skin, giving them a complexion that others rated as looking healthier.
One of the best solutions for a good skin is keeping yourself hydrated. Water has the capacity to wash out all sorts of impurities after eating junk or unhealthy food. Some even say that after having oily food one must have hot water so that all the oil could melt down and can cleanse your stomach the next day. Habits like having at least 3 glasses of water every morning even before brushing your teeth can do good great to your skin. The face of a person can definitely show how much that person is hydrated, therefore more the water, clearer the face.
3: DARK CHOCOLATE
The sweet treat is rich in cocoa flavanols, plant compounds with antioxidant properties, which help hydrate skin and improve circulation. Especially for women who consumed a high flavanol cocoa powder drink daily for 12 weeks experienced less skin roughness and scaliness compared to a control group. They consumed the equivalent of 3.5 ounces of dark chocolate. Dark chocolate boasts wonderful stress-relieving qualities and work wonders in getting you a glowing skin by reducing elevated stress hormones
If you pay attention to what you eat and what you apply to your skin then the best way to rejuvenate your skin is to consume fruits and apply a fruit mask every alternate day. Eating guava, pineapple, papaya, kiwi, and other tropical fruits that contain vitamin C will help defend your skin against damaging free radicals.Consuming papaya can help prevent constipation, which is one of the reasons for poor skin health. It can also help treat warts, eczema, corns, and cetaceous tubercles. Even the sweet and fleshy mangoes work amazingly well when it comes to rejuvenating the skin.
Gadgets have a lot of chemicals and bacteria in it which we tend to avoid. Keeping your phone next to your face or talking on the phone for hours while keeping it on handset could be very unhygienic at times… usually we tend to touch so many things at a time, we carry the same bacteria all around and as usual we keep talking or texting 24×7 thus giving those bacteria a chance to settle on our face and hence leading to more allergies and pimples popping.
6: CHANGING PILLOW COVERS
When we sleep we keep our heads resting on our pillows, they carry ample amount of bacteria which is given out through our hair, the oil or dandruff also many a times we are too lazy to wash our face and sleep, carrying all those germs, we tend to allow those bacteria’s to again settle on our faces. Hence changing your pillow covers every 2 weeks is essential to maintain a clear skin.