Detoxing isn’t just for your body. It’s for the skin too. Here’s how to detox your body’s biggest organ, this New Year.
A complete detox plan
After all the merry making, binge eating and dressing up during the party season, the word on everyone’s mind is ‘detox’. And for a good reason. It helps improve our energy levels, aids in weight loss, flushes out toxins and boosts digestion. So much for the body, but have you ever thought about detoxing the organ that is our biggest immunity system? Yes, the skin. Everyday, our skin faces the wrath of environmental pollutants, toxins and chemicals in beauty products and needs a little TLC. Detoxing helps negate the havoc that our lifestyle causes and eliminate toxins that accumulate over time. This helps in retaining a youthful, blemishfree and glowing skin. Let’s take a look at some simple and quick ways to detox our skin:
Including nutrient-rich food and seasonal vegetables and fruits help in the natural detoxification of the body.
monitor your Diet
Including nutrient-rich food and seasonal vegetables and fruits help in the natural detoxification of the body. Cut down on junk, processed, fried food and refined sugars. Watch the intake of carb and gluten and you will feel better within. Good gut health is basic for a healthy body, therefore add probiotic in your diet too.
Sounds simple and easy, but you need to watch the water you consume. Have lots of it. Make it interesting by adding citrus fruits to it. Not only is it more appealing for your senses, but also aids the liver and detoxifies skin.
Care For your skin
The most crucial step in detoxifying skin is using the right skincare products and following a healthy regime. Skincare starts with cleansing, followed by a moisturizer and then some essential oil for soothing. Choose products that are noncomedogenic and help push out toxins, bacteria and excess sebum, caused by pollution and dust, without blocking the pores. The simple rule is: The healthier you are inside, the healthier and beautiful you will reflect outside. Choose your skincare products carefully, because your skin absorbs a lot of it, and avoid chemical-based, hazardous stuff.