SUM­MER LIFESTYLE CHANGES

FOR HEALTHYLOOKING, RA­DI­ANT SKIN

Best Health - - CONTENTS -

1. HY­DRATE, HY­DRATE, HY­DRATE!

De­hy­dra­tion plays a large role in your skin’s over­all ap­pear­ance. If you’re bask­ing in the sun all sum­mer long, you’ll need ex­tra hy­dra­tion to sup­port your skin’s elas­tic­ity, ap­pear­ance and tex­ture. Aim to drink at least 8 glasses of wa­ter per day to help keep your skin re­freshed and re­vi­tal­ized. For a lit­tle ex­tra flavour, add fresh lime slices, a splash of fresh fruit juices, or mix in some co­conut wa­ter.

2. IN­DULGE IN SUM­MER SU­PER­FOODS

Have you ever no­ticed a dif­fer­ence in your skin af­ter eat­ing oily or un­healthy food? That’s be­cause there is a di­rect cor­re­la­tion be­tween your diet and your skin’s ap­pear­ance. Try in­cor­po­rat­ing sea­sonal su­per­foods such as blue­ber­ries, spinach, sal­mon, wal­nuts and ki­wis into your diet, while skip­ping the overly pro­cessed snack food. Meals that are rich in vi­ta­mins, min­er­als, an­tiox­i­dants and omega-3 fatty acids work to­gether to sup­port a healthy youth­ful glow.

3. NEVER SKIP THE SUN­SCREEN

Bask­ing in the heat to achieve a sun-kissed glow can leave your skin dry, red and flaky. Even if you’re When the sum­mer sun has started to coax out the skin-bar­ing dresses, skirts, and tank tops, you can ad­just a few sim­ple things in your daily life to have the best look­ing skin pos­si­ble. not think­ing about it now, ex­po­sure to sun can ex­pe­dite the for­ma­tion of wrin­kles and other signs of ag­ing. Sup­port your skin as early as pos­si­ble by lath­er­ing on sun­screen ev­ery time be­fore you step outside.

4. DON'T BE AFRAID TO GET SWEATY

Work­ing up a good sweat aids in re­leas­ing tox­ins from your sys­tem us­ing sweat as the con­duit. The sweat ses­sion you just fin­ished is not ex­actly quench­ing your skin with mois­ture! Don’t for­get it’s your whole body that just crushed those dead­lifts, not just your face, so ap­ply mois­tur­izer lib­er­ally!

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