Love The Skin You Re In

Love The Skin You Re In

Love the​ Skin Youre In!
Your skin is​ the​ bodys largest organ . ​
it​ weighs between two and​ four kilos or​ 4 and​ 8 pounds,​ covers between one and​ two square metres 9 to​ 36 square feet and​ completely renews itself every seven to​ ten weeks,​ with approximately five million dead skin cells rubbing off on​ a​ daily basis . ​

Your skin reflects your state of​ health and​ your biological age,​ being soft and​ smooth when wellcared for,​ or​ dry and​ flaky when taken for​ granted . ​
to​ be the​ proud owner of​ beautiful,​ soft,​ younglooking skin,​ you​ need to​ take care of​ it . ​
When taking care of​ your skin,​ its vital that you​ take care of​ the​ part of​ you​ that everybody sees your face and​ neck . ​

The absolute golden rule,​ before you​ start using products on​ the​ delicate skin of​ your face,​ is​ to​ determine your skin type . ​
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Normal and​ combination skin
· Slight oily sheen in​ the​ Tzone area
· Drier cheek area
· Occasional pimples and​ spots
Dry and​ sensitive skin
· Fine,​ dry lines around the​ eyes and​ mouth,​ dehydration lines on​ fact
· Cheek area is​ dull,​ dry and​ taut
· Skin thats very sensitive to​ sun,​ wind and​ pollution
Oily skin · Oil sheen in​ Tzone area and​ on​ cheeks · Enlarged pores and​ blackheads evident · Frequent pimples and​ spots
So,​ how can you​ help keep your skin looking and​ feeling young?
Make sure you​ do the​ following
1 . ​
Have a​ daily intake of​ two litres of​ water,​ including 23 glasses with high quality aloe extract
2 . ​
Enjoy a​ diet rich in​ fresh fruit and​ vegetables
3 . ​
Try to​ have sound,​ restful sleep
4 . ​
Practice a​ daily skin care regime using high quality products that suit your skin type
5 . ​
Take a​ high quality supplementation programme,​ including a​ vitamin & mineral supplement
6 . ​
Take a​ brisk walk in​ the​ fresh air every day
7 . ​
Keep stress levels to​ a​ minimum and​ have a​ happy attitude to​ life in​ general
The following daily practices will have a​ detrimental long term effect on​ the​ skin
1 . ​
Inadequate daily water intake
2 . ​
Poor nutrition,​ junk food
3 . ​
Lack of​ sleep
4 . ​
5 . ​
Prescribed ​Drug​s
6 . ​
Excess coffee and​ tea
7 . ​
​alcohol​ consumption
8 . ​
9 . ​
Excess exposure to​ sunlight,​ or​ cold,​ wet,​ windy weather
10 . ​
Central heating and​ air conditioning

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