Everyone wants smooth, soft and glowing skin. But for many it’s not really a smooth sail after puberty. From hormonal acne, to skin discoloration, to sunspots. It’s almost impossible to catch a break from all the unpredictable things your skin can experience. It seems like it should be easy to get smoother skin. But for many of us, it’s a surprisingly complicated skin issue that usually takes a varied approach—one that goes beyond just doing a chemical peel here or there.
Indeed it may not always be possible for adults to reclaim the firm, baby-smooth and blemish-free complexion of their youth, that doesn’t mean you’ll have to give up on your pursuit to slower aging gracefully. It is important to first determine the cause of rough skin, as there are many, including age, genetic predisposition, sun damage, poor skin-care routine, and change of weather.
If we will consider the constant emergence of cult products and skin care trends are indications of a quest for smoother, radiant and younger-looking skin will be unending. From dealing with acne in your teens to stress-related breakouts, sun-damage and the first signs of aging in your adulthood, you always find yourself fighting the good fight to maintain a healthy-looking skin. While being diligent with your regimen definitely helps keep your skin’s smoothness from going south, there are plenty of other factors that can make or break your skin care goals. Especially when you consider the fact that your skin takes a beating from a number of everyday stressors.
So, if you're looking for the key to smoother skin, read below for a few simple ways to improve your skin texture.
Drink lots of water. Beyond flushing waste out of your body and helping your vital organs function properly, hydrating also helps nourish your skin (which is, in fact, the largest organ of your body). If you want to fight off wrinkles and give your outer layer a healthy glow, don't allow yourself to get dehydrated. When your skin is well hydrated it is more supple, plump and resilient. You can help your skin to remain healthy and well hydrated from the inside by consuming enough water from the food and drink in your diet, and from the outside by helping it to retain that moisture by using moisturisers and emollients.Drink more water. Drinking at least 8 glasses a day will help rid the body and skin of toxins. Everyone will not agree that water consumption will improve skin… but it certainly can't hurt. Many people often report that by increasing their water intake, their skin has a more radiant glow.
Whether you have dry or oily skin, moisturizing is important to balance your skin’s sebum production, prevent flaking and dry patches and replenish lost moisture. When we age, our sebum glands lose their efficiency which causes an overproduction of oil. By using moisturizers at a younger age, you’re minimizing your chance of aging signs as you get older. Moisturizing your skin is important because it helps you age with minimal evidence.Moisturizing is an important step to maintain your skin’s healthy cells and to protect it from irritation. People who moisturize faithfully in their youth are much more likely to have beautiful complexions when they're older.
Vitamin C is an antioxidant. There’s no excuse for not taking advantage of this powerful antioxidant in your skincare routine. Vitamin C helps improve the skin’s texture by repairing and defending the skin from environmental damage while reducing pigmentation, scar tissue and age spots. Incorporating vitamin C into your skincare routine now, will help keep your skin young, fresh and soft in the future!
Vitamin C promotes collagen production, which has the potential to thicken the dermis, diminish fine lines, and is essential for firm, youthful skin. It also inhibits melanin production in the skin, which helps to lighten hyperpigmentation and brown spots, even out skin tone, and enhance skin radiance. Finally, “vitamin C helps to repair damage from sun exposure and collagen loss by encouraging healthy cell turnover and regeneration
GET ENOUGH SLEEP
The truth about Beauty Sleep. Your skin goes through much of its restoration while you sleep. If you cut back on sleep you are reducing the amount of time the skin has to repair, which can affect the way you look. During sleep, your skin's blood flow increases, and the organ rebuilds its collagen and repairs damage from UV exposure, reducing wrinkles and age spots. Levels of the stress hormone cortisol fall during sleep, which helps skin repair daytime damage. The body makes more collagen, which minimizes fine lines. More human growth hormone is released, increasing muscle mass and strengthening skin. Sleep deprivation is associated with increased signs of intrinsic skin aging (fine lines, uneven pigmentation, reduced elasticity) (134), with much slower recovery rates after skin barrier disruption and lower satisfaction with appearance.
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To keep your skin healthy, eat a well-balanced diet that includes plenty of protein foods, fruits and vegetables (fresh if possible) and liquids. Avoid soaps labeled "antibacterial" or "antimicrobial." These tend to reduce the skin's acidity, which acts as a protection from infection.Keep the skin clean and dry. Wash with soap and water daily, then rinse and dry thoroughly.
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