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Get Healthy Skin

Updated on September 23, 2016
Healthy skin is beautiful.
Healthy skin is beautiful. | Source
Drink more water.
Drink more water. | Source

Drink More Water



Drinking water daily will keep your skin hydrated. Also, it will be less prone to wrinkle. You may not be able to drink 8 glasses a day, but drinking more than usual will definitely benefit you.

Wash your face daily.
Wash your face daily. | Source

Wash Your Face


Washing your face every morning and night is essential. It will thoroughly clean your skin and prevent your pores from clogging up with makeup.


Exfoliate and Moisturize


Exfoliating will encourage new skin cells to grow by getting rid of the old ones. You can use a store bought exfoliating face wash or use a mixture of sugar with a tablespoon of water.


Use Healthy Makeup


Use makeup that is beneficial to your skin. Look for ingredients on the label, such as vitamin C, copper peptides, collagen, kombucha, or resveratrol.


Apply Sunblock Daily


Even when you do not plan to be outside all day, any protection from the skin is useful for maintaining its youthful appearance. Look for makeup and moisturizers that contain SPFs or wear sunscreen under your makeup.


Eat leafy greens to improve your skin.
Eat leafy greens to improve your skin. | Source

Eat Leafy Greens


Dark green vegetables are filled with vitamins, nutrients, and fiber. These are all beneficial to maintaining a healthy glow.


Wash Your Hands Thoroughly


We touch our face regularly. Washing your hands throughout the day will prevent skin from becoming oily and exposing it to harmful bacteria.


Get more sleep.
Get more sleep.

Sleep Longer


A restful night's sleep helps encourage collagen growth and gives you more brilliant-looking skin.


Let Acne Heal Naturally


If you have acne, touching it or attempting to open zits will not help. It will expose your skin to the natural oils from your fingers and can create acne scars. Leave them alone to heal naturally. Instead, help acne heal by using facial products that contain salicylic acid.


Decrease Your Sugar Intake


Consume less candy and soda. Your face reflects what you eat, so choose a healthier alternative, such as fresh fruit.


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