Your skin is the mirror of you. It is your shield to protect you from the harsh weathers, pollution, and everyday activities. Skin is what you eat, where you go and how you feel. If you eat oily food in large quantities you would always find your skin soaked in a thin layer of oil. If you are from the heavily snow clad region, you would probably be blessed with the natural pink cheeks as the snow makes that blush appearance more prominent; and if you are really feeling hot, then you will along with your skin sweat a lot to cool down your body temperatures.
Thus, the body is blessed with the beautiful mechanism. But, with the aging years of life and sedentary life choices, this mechanism to combat and tackle the skin related issues and protect it against them somehow suffers. Here is the list how and what affects your skin?
Your Food Reflects On Your Face
What you eat surely sums up and reflects on your skin. As you grow in years; reduce your consumption of too many fats and carbs and instead load your diet with vital vitamins like vitamin C and vitamin E, which are skin saviors.
Run Away From The Aging Skin
Do not procrastinate when it comes to taking up exercise as a way of life. It’s never too late to start with something really good and beneficial for yourself. Take up exercise to run away from that aging skin.
Do Not Compromise On Those Resting Hours
7 to 8 hours of undisturbed sleep is essential. Keep your body and skin deprived of its fair share of rest and the body and skin will at once show you how it needs its beauty rest. Pale skin, dark circles, tiredness and lack of concentration are just a few visible signs when you compromise on your resting hours.
Take Steps To Combat Sun Damage
Sun damage is inevitable even if you hardly go out in the sun. The bad news is that most of the sun damage done to your skin is irreversible. But, the good news is that the sun damage can be prevented by using a broad spectrum sun protection.
Care For The Aging Skin Is Essential
As you age, your skin changes. Your body doesn’t produce as much collagen, and the elastin that allows skin to spring back into place gets weaker. You also don’t create or lose skin cells as fast (skin regeneration and revival slow down). To bring youthfulness back in aging skin, exfoliate to remove dead skin, use a non-drying soap, and moisturize often. Use over-the-counter wrinkle reducing creams to reduce fine wrinkles, or ask your doctor about a prescription version.
Dermagen iQ is specially formulated for combating the aging skin signs and symptoms.