Some people have irresistible and natural glowing skin that makes heads turn, an envy of the most skilful make-up beautician or any well-stocked wardrobe. According to Paula Bourelly, MD, a professor of dermatology at Georgetown University, “Not all skin is created equal, You can’t underestimate the value of genetics”. For the vast majority though, an alluring radiance comes from proper skin care, nurturing and protection.

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 Beauty aside, regular good skin care and healthy lifestyle choices can help prevent many  dermatological conditions and even delay the ageing process. Let’s get started with  some proven basics for that radiant look.

1. Eat Healthy Fruits and Vegetables:

Be consistent with your intake of at least five portions of fruits and vegetables,  especially the coloured ones like kale, spinach, papaya, broccoli, kiwi fruits,  strawberries, almonds, avocado, citrus fruits, blueberries, tomatoes and sweet potatoes. They are rich in antioxidants that protect skin from cellular caused by free radicals. The nutrients in these foods help the skin to stay supple, soft and blemish-free.

2. Stay Hydrated:

Replace your fizzy drinks with daily intake of seven-eight glasses of water to plump your skin. “Moisture is the essence of wetness and wetness is the essence of beauty”, says a wise merman. A well hydrated skin keeps the skin flexible, while a dehydrated skin looks dry, tired and slightly grey.

 

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3. Take Natural Vitamin E and Oily Skin Moisturisers:

 

Essential oils like mono-unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats found in salmon, nuts, avocado, herring, trout, almonds, fish, seeds, sunflower and corn oils are among the best foods that help the skin to glow from head to toe. According to Lisa Drayer, MA, RD, nutritionist and author of The Beauty Diet: Looking Great Has Never Been So Delicious, these foods play a key role in keeping our skin smooth. She also posits that the oils from these foods lubricate our skin and combat the inflammation that often leads to acne, redness and scaly skin.

 

 

4. Exfoliate:

To keep the skin radiant, dead cells need to be removed. A regimen of twice a week will do, which should be followed by moisturization. Exfoliation makes the skin look even, allowing a synergy between the natural skin regeneration and the build-up of old cells. Dermatologists are now comfortable recommending mild facial brushes or a simple swipe will do.

5. Keep Your Skincare Simple:

Exercise improves blood circulation, leading to prompt supply of nutrients to the skin and elimination of waste materials. Sebum, an oily secretion is also considered a natural skin moisturizer which keeps the skin supple and younger looking. Many experts now agree that regular exercise reduces facial fine lines, allergic dermatitis, acne, wrinkling and the signs of ageing. The benefits increase when combined with regular intake of fresh fruits and vegetable because of their rich antioxidant contents. Even more important, exercise ensures the skin is not deprived of oxygen. A healthy skin relies on a stable and formidable immune system, which in turn depends on appropriate white blood cell production and proper lymph drainage.

 

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Accoding to David Nieman, PhD, director of the human performance labs at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C, “There is no supplement or medication that has proven to be as strong as regular exercise in improving the immune system’s ability to detect and destroy invaders.”

 

6. Sleep For A Healthy Skin:

You are not alone if you think you plagued by sleep deprivation. There are nearly 60 million Americans battling with Insomnia, a recent Harvard Medical School report indicates. Sleep deprivation leads to elevation of the stress hormone, cortisol. Explains Jessica Krant, MD, MPH, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Suny Downstate Medical Center and founder of Art of Dermatology in New York, “Poor sleep can lead to increased stress hormones in the body that increase the severity of inflammatory skin conditions such as acne or psoriasis,”

It’s both a deadly vicious cycle and a symbiotic synergy; healthy glowing skin  and good sleep are like compatible individuals in a healthy relationship, while an inflamed and frequently allergic skin, and poor sleep are inseparable.

 

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