Get Beautiful Skin Naturally

Getting a beautiful, young looking and radiant skin does not have to be a complicated chore. It can be fun, natural and as simple as ABC!

Here are some tested and trusted tips to help you get beautiful skin naturally:

Cleanse your Skin!

Cleansing your skin is a must. You should cleanse your skin two times a day (once if you have dry skin) using a natural, mild and inexpensive cleanser that is formulated for your skin type. You should add a few drops of essential oil of spearmint, orange or rose to your cleanser in order to enhance the cleanser’s cleansing effect and aromatic value. Cleansing your skin is particularly vital prior to going to bed, because the body is known to expel toxins through the skin as you are sleeping. If your pores are clogged with dirt and make-up, you may experience breakouts. If you are the type that sweats a lot in your line of work or you take part in intensive exercise regimen; then rinse off your body and massage it with a loofah or coarse cloth before going to bed in order to get rid of dead skin build-up and salt. It is important that your skin breathes while you are sleeping.

Exercise!

To a lot of people, the word “exercise” is tantamount to “pain in the neck!” exercising outside will help facilitate the removal of waste through the skin and oxygenate the cells with air. Exercises like biking, walking, dancing, weight lifting and in-line skating help enhance muscular endurance and cardiovascular fitness, which translates to a radiant complexion and increased energy.

Get Adequate Sleep

If you do not get enough sleep. Your skin will look dull, tired, saggy and sallow. Good sleep is the most effective skin beauty secret on the planet!

Get Some Sun!

Spending 10 to 15 minutes in the sun several times weekly is vital to the health of your skin and bones. Sun exposure helps the body absorb calcium; this is because the skin has the ability to convert the sunlight into vitamin D. Exposure to sunlight helps heal skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and acne and it also helps energize the body. If your dermatologist recommends that avoid getting exposed to sunlight, there are other ways to get your vitamin D dose. You can get vitamin D from egg yolks, cow’s milk, salmon, herring, sardines, organ meats or fish liver oil.

Drink Lots of Water!

Water does not only keep you hydrated, it also helps you to flush out the impurities in your system. Rashes and pimples may develop as the body tries to eliminate waste through the skin. Drinking 6 to 8 glasses of water daily combined with a fiber rich diet will help rid your body of harmful toxins and leaving your skin beautiful and radiant. The great thing about drinking water is that it is effective, cheap and available whenever you want it. So what are you waiting for? Drink up!