Guest Blog: Top 10 Ways to Keep your Skin Looking Youthful and Healthy

Wednesday 6 November 2013

To keep your skin healthy and youthful looking, here are the top tips from dermatologists:

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1. Use Lotions

Make sure that you keep your skin hydrated. Facial lotions are designed to moisturize and keep the moisture in your skin. Use body washes or face washes that are designed to be hydrating to your skin. There are tons of different choices out there for great moisturizing lotions.

2. Keep Your Skin Calm

Your face can be damaged if you use products that are irritating to the skin. Environmental damage to the skin can also be irritating. Use lotions that have niacinaminde. This special ingredient is made to keep your skin strong and calm. Use a cold compress on areas of your skin that tend to be bothered. You can even use antihistamines bought over the counter to help calm your skin down from irritation. This will help keep your skin looking radiant and young.

3. Eat Well

Eating well isn't just for the benefit of having a slim, good looking body. Eating well is also very good for the skin. Some foods are actually really good at helping to prevent certain skin cancers. Eat a lot of salmon, because it has a fatty acid that helps the skin to repair itself. Eat spinach because it helps to prevent wrinkles. Finally, eating blueberries and sweet potatoes will help you maintain your beautiful looking young skin.

4. Get Enough Sleep

When sleeping, the human body helps to rejuvenate the cells in the skin. Before you go to bed, you should put on some wrinkle-fighting lotions and creams. Additionally, it's a good idea to get some sheets made out of satin.
The reason for this is that when you have sheets that are too rough, it can cause damage to the skin on your face.

5. Exfoliate

Your skin has dead cells on it that can make your face appear dull and flat. Use body washes or scrubs that exfoliate the skin. This will help get rid of these dead cells and show the radiant skin that's underneath.

6. Get Firmer Skin

It's a good idea to use creams that are designed to strengthen your skin and build up the collagen within it. Make sure that you keep your skin as moisturized as you possibly can because this will help your skin to maintain its firmness.

7. Even Out Your Skin

Don't just pay attention to your face. If you start to notice that you have brown areas on your skin, this means that your skin is aging. Go and get special pulsed light treatment or use products that contain glucosamine in order to keep your skin looking beautiful and young. Getting vitamin C is also really good for the skin.

8. Keep Your Skin Looking Bright

Don't go tanning. Instead, you should use self-tanning lotion to help your skin look bright and beautiful. To get a streak-free color, make sure that you use lotion every day. It's also a good idea to use body wash that has properties that keep your skin moisturized and bright.

9. Protect Your Skin

Make sure that you use plenty of sunblock any time you will be out in the sun. There are even some facial moisturizers that are specifically designed to keep your skin moisturized, while protecting it from the sun.

10. Get Rid of Your Wrinkles

Don't smoke. Smoking and sunbathing are both really bad for your skin. Try an electronic cigarette if you never have before. This is much healthier than smoking a cigarette. They are also safer than traditional cigarettes and may even be able to help you kick the habit for good. Also, with an electronic cigarette, your skin won't get stained with smoke, like it does with a cigarette.  
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