Natural Skin Care Tips

Taking care of your skin through natural means is the best you can do for your skin. A natural skin care remedy works wonders on the skin, as it is free of harmful chemicals and toxins. Given below are some natural skin care tips that will help you in keeping your skin free of blemishes.

1. Maintain a healthy diet

2. Maintain a healthy bowel movement and personal hygiene

3. Keep yourself properly hydrated and protect from severe sun    exposure

4. Sleep properly

5. Maintain an exercise routine

6. Keep stress and emotions under control

Natural Skin Care Tips in Detail

1. Maintain a Healthy Diet

A natural healthy diet consists of fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds which contain the essential nutrients necessary to keep your body healthy and your skin glossy. The food you consume should be rich in fiber. Fruits and vegetables like – carrot, pineapple, guava, cauliflower, lemon, radish, spinach, strawberry and tomato are all good for the body and the skin. Other items like honey, fish oil, whole grains and omega 3 fatty acids supplement help in toning the skin for a glossy look.

Besides consuming these vegetables and fruits, you can also apply a paste of mashed fruit on sensitive areas like the face and arms for a shiny look. The natural extracts from these fruits are readily absorbed by the skin, which gives it a smooth feel.This is one of the most important natural skin care tips.

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2. Maintain a Healthy Bowel Movement and a Good Personal Hygiene

A normal bowel movement keeps the body free of toxins. When the bowel is restricted, harmful toxins will not be discharged out of the body properly. The build up of toxins is harmful for the body, thus it affects the skin as well. Hence, not only should you maintain a healthy bowel function, you should also maintain a good personal hygiene. Bathing twice a day is the best way to keep your skin free of dirt, secreted oils, sweat and germs. If these stay on your skin for long, they cause and spread infection. Bathing is also a natural way of exfoliating your skin. Be sure to apply a good moisturizer made with fruit extract after bathing.

3. Keep Yourself Hydrated and Protect From Severe Sun Exposure

A well-hydrated body has a smooth skin while a dehydrated body has a rough, flaky skin. Dehydrated skin cracks and bleeds easily and is prone to infection. Therefore, you should drink sufficient quantity of water to keep yourself well hydrated. You should also protect your skin from strong sun-rays. It not only burns your skin, but it also causes sores, aging and premature wrinkles. To counter the effects of dehydration, besides increasing the intake of water, you can apply a paste of fruits like carrot, pineapple, guava, strawberry or tomato. Or else you need to apply honey or milk. Or you can also apply a paste mix of egg and lemon.

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4. Sleep Properly

Your body repairs itself when you sleep. Sleep helps in repairing the damages caused to your skin during the day-to-day activities. If you do not sleep properly, your body does not get a chance to repair itself. Therefore, it is necessary to sleep for eight to ten hours each day.

5. Maintain an Exercise Routine

Exercise increases the blood circulation in the body, which also boosts the supply of blood to the skin. The increased amount of oxygen you take in during exercise, rejuvenates your body, which then results in a healthy skin. Increased blood circulation in the skin makes your skin look shiny.

6. Keep Stress and Emotions under Control

A highly stressed person has a high chance of getting skin rashes and blemishes. The hormones released into the blood stream during heightened emotions have a negative effect on the body. It is also reflected in a poor skin tone. Hence, it is necessary to maintain a healthy state of mind and body to achieve a healthy body and good-looking skin.

These natural skin care tips cover the entire gamut of care and treatment techniques employed in taking care of your skin.

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