I have always noticed good skin and not so good skin. Maybe it started when I was a teen and my father would yell at me if I had a pimple… yes my family has issues. I always wondered why some people have clear, even-toned skin and some don’t. Why do some women have crows feet and others have no lines at all by their eyes?
WHY? WHY? WHY?
I finally found my answer while researching hydration, anti-aging, nutrition and the relationship to having clear, beautiful skin. Here is what I discovered about having clear, youthful, well-toned and hydrated skin.1. Use Facial Oils
Women with beautiful skin apply nutrient-dense oils before they go to bed. Our skin regenerates while we sleep which is why night time is best for applying antioxidants, vitamins and fatty acids - all found in Swell Skin’s ONE & DONE Sea Buckthorn Oil Moisturizer.2. Get Plenty Of Sleep
Women with beautiful skin get a full 7 - 8 hours of sleep. Our levels of human growth hormone are in high levels of production while we are sleeping which helps us during the day.3. Stay Super Hydrated
Women with beautiful skin all realize that our bodies are 80% water and that staying hydrated is essential to every single one of our cells' functions. If you seem to be dragging, drink some water. Most of us are walking around dehydrated and it affects how our skin looks.4. Manage Stress
Women with beautiful skin manage their stress levels. People tend to wear their emotions on their face and over time, the negative emotions become etched into their skin, leaving its mark of worry and anger. Try to either meditate or simply shut down from whatever is going on around you and focus on nothing for a few minutes. Deep breathing, exhaling longer than the inhale also helps remove toxins.5. Eat Colorful Fruits & Veggies
Women with beautiful skin eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Yes, you are what you eat and over time you will realize this. It’s not so apparent when you are young, but believe me, it catches up with you. Do a service to your body and eat lots of natural, colorful foods - the closer to the source the better!
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