We all know that healthy skin is beautiful and it’s something we all want. There are a number of things you can do to help improve your skin, like drinking more water and getting more sleep. However there are seven other resolutions for healthy skin this year and we’ve listed them all below:
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Avoid Touching Your Face
That means your phone, your keyboard, and even your face! It’s easy to touch the areas of our face that irritate us. If you’re prone to acne, it might be your forehead; if not, maybe it’s around the sides of your mouth or chin.
You can pick up residue from touching these parts of your skin by touching other surfaces like food or dirty items at work. Avoiding contact with those things can reduce breakouts in those areas.
Clean Pillow Cases Regularly
Everybody has different skin, so the type of pillowcases you should use depends on your skin. There are three types out there that are ideal based on your skin type, although any kind is better than just shoving them under your head without cleaning.
Pillowcases made from silk are great for dry skin because it helps maintain moisture in the sensitive areas around your face while you sleep. Cotton pillowcases are good for all-type skin since they help reduce acne and its redness. It also prevents oil buildup which can lead to breakouts.
A blend of cotton and polyester is good for combo or oily skin types because it absorbs excess oil before it builds up around the hairline or at the sides of the face where most breakouts happen.
Have a Healthy Diet
When you’re not eating well it’s easy to think that your skin is the last thing on your mind. But there are some foods that can have a major impact on how good your skin looks.
Salmon helps with healthy cell growth which means healthier, tighter skin. Bananas improve blood circulation and leave our faces looking brighter and more refreshed since they help reduce dark spots. Dark leafy greens like spinach contain antioxidants that stimulate collagen production, which promotes firmer skin.
For acne sufferers especially, incorporating more of these into your diet is an important step in reducing breakouts over time and it will make you feel better too.
Drink More Water
Many people often forget to drink, let alone the recommended eight glasses per day. And it’s no wonder because when you’re dehydrated everything feels more annoying than it would otherwise.
Drinking water can prevent skin problems before they start since our bodies are made up of 60% water so staying hydrated helps maintain healthy cell production and function. It’ll also flush toxins that can contribute to breakouts, leaving behind healthier skin in their place.
Wisely Moisturize Your Face
We all know that moisturizing is important, but not everyone does it the right way. If you have oily skin, then you don’t want to use a heavy cream before bed because it will only make your skin produce more oil. Look for a light moisturizer that will absorb into your skin quickly and doesn’t have any added fragrance
For those with dry skin, you’ll want to look for a thicker cream that will help add moisture to your skin while you sleep. This will help prevent the appearance of wrinkles and keep your skin looking healthy and hydrated.
Exfoliating once a week is important for all skin types. It helps remove dead skin cells and excess oil that can lead to breakouts and creates a smooth surface that will absorb makeup more evenly. If you spend time in front of the mirror every day, this is one beauty routine that’s worth investing some extra time in.
To exfoliate properly, wet your face and apply a small amount of gentle cleanser or scrub. Avoid scrubs with large particles because they can cause irritation; instead, look for products with smaller granules mixed in with creamy cleansers or oils.
Stress is not good for our bodies and can contribute to many problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure, and increased anxiety. It also wreaks havoc on your skin because it triggers the release of cortisol which stimulates oil production while slowing collagen growth.
As much as we can, take time out of each day to unwind and relax. Be sure you get a full eight hours of sleep every night too since this is when your body produces the most amount of natural anti-inflammatory proteins that help keep your stress levels down.
Wrapping It Up
This blog post has provided you with tips on what your resolutions for healthy skin should be. If you have more questions in mind or you need help in dealing with acne problems, contact us today!