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How to have healthy hassle-free skin

Updated on July 12, 2009

hassle-free skin

How to have healthy hassle-free skin

Laugh and you will notice your skin to be glowing each day !!

What did the ill comedian say in the hospital ....i am here "all weak"

Feed your skin with the RIGHT FOOD - YOU ARE WHAT U EAT

HEALTHY SKIN CHECKLIST

A healthy hassle-free skin comes with a healthy diet and a beautiful complexion go hand in hand. Check to make sure you know the facts.

The most essential element is water. Although there's water in the food you eat, you should drink atleast two litres of water a day to keep you body healthy and your skin clear.

Vitamin A is essential for growth and repair of certain skin tissues. Lack of it cause dryness, itching and loss of skin elasticity.

Vitamin C is needed for collagen production, which helps keep your skin firm.

Vitamin E is an antioxidant which can prevent anti-ageing and keep you looking younger and brighter

Zinc works with vitamin A in the making of the fibres which give you skin its strength and firmness

THE PERFECT SKIN CARE ROUTINE

Skincare can be confusing these days because there are so many products around. Basically, your skin need two staples: Cleanser and Moisturizer

5 basic steps for a admirable complexion - a hassle-free skin

Cleanse Use water-soluble emulsions to clean the skin

Tone If u want to tone, buy alcohol-free toner or use rosewater

Moisturize One should use water-based creams and emulsions

ExfoliateThis can be done once a week as over-buffing may overstimulate the skin

Mask Simple mud masks are the most effective

Try it out !!!

13 Things You Never Knew About Your Weight – FOOD & DIET The fascinating facts behind the new fat-busting science It is a proven fact that Genes, hormonal imbalances and even viruses are now acknowledged to play a role in obesity. Eating less and working out more, in fact don’t have nearly as much to do with weight loss as you might assume. “This is all counter to what people think they know”

  •  Honestly speaking, it is really genetic
  • Some people just have more fat cells

  •  You can change your metabolism

  •  Stress fattens you up

  •  Mum’s pregnancy sealed your fate

  •  Sleep more, lose more

  •  Your spouse’s weight matters

  •  Ah ! A virus can cause obesity

  •  Biscuits really are addictive

  •  Ear infections can taint your tastebuds

  •  Anti-oxidants are also anti-fat

  •  Pick a diet, any diet

  •  You can be FAT and Yet FIT

  •  If you have the fat gene, you can offset the risk by exercising regularly
  • Sleep may be the cheapest and easiest obesity treatment for any one.

 Fast eaters get fat Eating slowly could help you being a looser to gain weight. Research suggests, people can learn to eat more slowly and recognize their internal cues for fullness. Getting distracted and eating quickly are 2 reasons to be blamed. Whereas, having meals and chatting with someone can slower you down and does help the body to send signals before you have overeaten.

 

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