Your Skin is What You Eat
Oily, mixed or dry skins are the result of a big number of external and internal factors; you might have a genetic predisposition to have a very oily skin that insists to remain shiny even thou you’ve spent all your wage in the best astringents, tonics and oil free hydrating lotions or maybe your skin is so dry that no matter how many hydrating infusions you feed her with, she keeps insisting on staying incredibly dry.
There might be a physiological cause for this; maybe you have some hormonal unbalance, which is many times the cause for extremely oily skins – or maybe you’re just feeding your skin the wrong aliments.
Everything you eat reflects itself in and outside your body. Some foods will make your complexion brighter, some will help your defence mechanisms produce more collagen thus fighting early ageing symptoms, while some fruits will give your cells such an amount of water that you’re skin will look hydrated at all times.
Of course, this does not happen overnight and you must insist on a consistent diet but, most dermatologists agree that what you eat affects your skin very strongly.
The consume of a large amount of fruits and vegetables, preferably raw or vapour cooked, is mandatory for a healthier, more hydrated and balanced skin.
An oily skin is not an over-hydrated skin so don’t be afraid to eat water-rich fruits if you have an oily complexion.
Hydrating your skin will help the excess of oil to dissipate and your skin to be energised and healthily hydrated, in every possible skin scenario.
Eat and drink smarter, you’ll see the differences.
Keep a consistent schedule for your meals; it’s not just about eating the right foods but also about keeping an eating routine. Not only your skin will thank you, but also your figure will say its thanks to the mirror, I’m sure!Get the Latest Natural Anti Wrinkle Creams that will support your skin natural ability to repair it self, by improving collagen, elastin and protecting your skin from environment toxins.
Tagged with: astringents • Cells • Collagen • Complexion • Consistent Schedule • Defence Mechanisms • Dermatologists • Diet • Dry Skins • Fruits And Vegetables • Genetic Predisposition • Internal Factors • Lotions • Mirror • oily skin • Oily Skins • Rich Fruits • Tonics
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