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Six Ways To Achieve Glowing Skin Naturally

Glowing Skin Naturally

Skin is the largest organ of our body. Aside from covering the entire body keeping it safe from injury, infections, heat, and cold, it also plays a big role in immune defence, vitamin regulation, and sensation. No matter how you look at it, it is undeniable that skin is very important. Its role goes beyond keeping all the organs intact together and protecting the body from the outside environment.

The most crucial component of healthy skin is natural radiance. The good news is that you can easily transform your dull and tired skin into glowing and beautiful, even at home. Here is how you can do it.

Factors Affecting Skin Health

There are factors in our daily lives that may seem harmless but are actually inflicting damage to our skin. Understanding where it starts gives us an edge in fighting these problems and saving us from further damage. Let's find out what the causing factors are for many skin problems.

Stress is one of the many reasons for bad skin. While it looks like it cannot affect our appearance, stress can manifest physically. It can aggravate skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. Stress also triggers skin asthma, hives, and rashes.

Diet can affect the skin by losing essential nutrients that nourish the skin, like vitamins, minerals, and nutrients when you have a poor diet. Consumption of food high in sugar increases insulin production that results in increased oil production in the skin, making it prone to acne.

Climate, whether hot or cold, affects the skin. Cold weather draws out the skin's moisture making it dry and prone to cracked skin. While hot and humid weather opens the pores making the skin susceptible to an allergen, oil, and dirt which can cause acne, eczema, and skin allergies.

Environmental factors such as where you live or work can affect your skin condition. Too many pollutants in the area can clog pores and bring bacteria to the skin. Pollutants also dry out the skin, which contributes to premature ageing.

Skincare products are everywhere, and it comes with many ingredients that instead of bringing good benefits to the skin, it causes harm. With trying out these products, it is tricky which works and which doesn't. What's more, some of the skincare products in the market tend to exacerbate the skin condition when the user has sensitive skin. 

Sun exposure is notorious for damaging the skin. You may not know it, but the sun radiates harmful UV rays that cause premature skin ageing, skin cancer, and immune system suppression.

Maintaining to keep your body in good condition will require time and proper care. This goes the same with the integumentary system. Skincare should not be overlooked because it coincides with the general wellness of the body. Keep in mind that when opting for commercial skincare products, it is important to be very careful in choosing what suits your skin type, and some severe skin conditions require medical attention.

Nourish Your Skin

For many, having skin problems is a struggle. Not only does it affect their self-esteem, but it also has an impact on their general wellness. Products and lifestyle changes are available to help out nourish the skin to maintain health and vitality. Here are some:

Hydrate

Since our skin is an organ, it needs water to function well. Proper hydration is vital for overall skin health as well as for keeping your skin moisturised and glowing. Although it can be tough to drink enough water in weather extremes, both hot and cold, consider taking your water bottle with you everywhere you go and keep sipping during the day. Make sure to drink 2-3 litres of water every day to achieve glowing, soft and supple skin. 

Apply Aloe Vera

With its anti-inflammatory, healing, moisturising and cooling properties, aloe vera is a popular ingredient in various skincare products. Aside from antioxidants, it is also loaded with vitamins A, C and E, and healthy enzymes. Applying aloe vera creates a protective layer on the skin to retain moisture and helps to restore its radiance. In case you have your own aloe vera plant, you can simply cut one of the leaves, squeeze out the fluids, and apply them directly to your skin. As an alternative, you can always buy an over-the-counter aloe vera gel.

Give Yourself A Face Massage

Not only does it feel pleasant and is beneficial for relaxing muscles, but facial massage can also reduce tension and improve blood circulation, thereby helping to keep skin cells healthy and promote lymphatic drainage. Stick to your daily facial massage by using the fingers of both hands or invest in a face roller to give your skin a natural vibrance. It only takes a few minutes throughout the day, but you are still reaping all the relaxing, rejuvenating and anti-ageing benefits.

Try Out CBD Oil

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a popular supplement intended to help you reduce anxiety and pain, boost energy, regulate sleep, to name a few. Aside from potential benefits for your anxiety levels, CBD oil is also a commonly used ingredient in many skincare and beauty products. Due to its great moisturising properties and ability to aid in reducing inflammation, neutralising free radical damage and activating oil production without impairing the function of the sebaceous glands, applying CBD cream to your skin can be a beneficial step in your routine to help you achieve healthy and glowing skin.

Maintain a Healthy Diet

Since we are made up of what we eat, including fresh and juicy foods into your diet plan also enliven our skin. A well-balanced diet with adequate amounts of proteins, healthy fats, vitamins and antioxidants can have a direct connection to healthier-looking skin. Some of the best foods that can give you glowing skin include sweet potatoes, tomatoes, broccoli, avocados, fish, walnuts, berries, greens, oranges and lemon.

Wear Sunscreen

To keep your skin healthy and sustain its youthful appearance, you need to protect it from harmful UV rays. Consider purchasing a broad-spectrum sunscreen that protects from both UVA and UVB rays, with an SPF of 15 or higher to prevent dullness, dark spots, fine lines, wrinkles and even, in some cases, cancer. Using sunscreen with high SPF and added extracts like CBD is beneficial to the skin.


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