4 Tips For Healthy And Young Looking Skin

Spread the love

 

Skin Care Is An Important Facet Of Modern Society

 

I think it is safe to say that a lot of people want to retain their youthful figure and looks. Some people believe that eating a well-balanced diet coupled with a good skin care routine will make their skin look supple and young for a long time.

However, not a lot of people use sunscreen or sunblock because they thought that they do not really help when it comes to skincare, but that is actually just far from the truth.

In fact, you can skip what I’ve said earlier about proper diet and moisturizers and you can just apply sunscreen to ensure that your skin will look young for a very long time.

In today’s article, I will go over some other skincare tips to make you look young and vibrant.

 

Never Start Smoking (and Minimize the Alcohol)

 

Research published by the Archives of Dermatology back in 2007 revealed that heavy smokers have their skin age significantly faster than those people who do not smoke.

According to Indy Rihal, an associate professor from the British Skin Foundation, the effects of smoking is severe when it comes to the skin as it reduces its natural elasticity. It appears that the chemicals found in cigarettes promote the breakdown of collagen found in the skin and it also hampers the optimal production of it.

For those of you who do not know, Collagen is a type of protein that helps strengthen our skin. Collagen production degrades gradually as we age and the fewer the collagen count in our body, the more it will lead to wrinkles as evidence in older people.

Smoking can fast-track collagen degradation and the chemicals in it cause the blood vessels in the skin to tighten. As a result, it reduces the amount of oxygen and vital nutrients that the skin cells will receive which would consequently accelerate the aging process.

It is important that you stop smoking and avoid the activity at all costs. Not only does this age your skin significantly, it’s quite bad for guys when it comes to the situation in the bedroom. Research has shown that men who are heavy smokers experience premature ejaculation more frequently than non-smokers. An added incentive for the boys to stop smoking, I’d say. As for alcohol, drinking too much will leave the skin dry. Limiting your alcohol intake will really help in this regard.

 

Always Clean Your Skin and Apply Moisturizer

 

If you are a person who has the knack for makeup, it is important that you cleanse your skin before sleeping. A body of research found that a lot of people do not cleanse their face before heading to bed simply because they are tired from a long day.

However, not cleansing your skin will leave it a prime breeding ground for bacteria and other contaminants to proliferate and damage your skin.

To clean your skin, use mild soaps and make sure that you do it gently and properly to ensure that all of the makeup is gone. After that, use moisturizer to make your skin healthy afterward.

 

Get Some Quality Sleep

 

Sleep is very important since it helps with our normal bodily functions. When you get lack of sleep, this will make your skin look dull and tired. Get a good night’s rest by following a routine, getting some exercise, and avoiding heavy meals just 2 hours before bedtime.

 

Be Careful When Shaving

 

Shaving, especially when done incorrectly, can damage people with sensitive skin. To avoid the scratches and bruises, what you have to do is put a warm wet cloth on your skin just a few minutes before shaving so that it will soften the hair and the skin is primed for shaving.