Our Top 6 Skincare Tips

- Posted on: 17/04/2020 -

Your skin plays many roles in caring for your body. Some of these include removing toxins, regulating temperature and signalling changes in your overall health and wellbeing. Maintaining skin health should always be part of your daily routine to ensure long lasting beautiful skin so we have come up with a list of 6 top tips that are essential for overall skin health.

 

Always Cleanse

Cleansing is an incredibly important step for your skin health. When you cleanse and hydrate your skin before bed, you’re preparing it to regenerate itself overnight, so you awaken fresh and prepared for the day. Always choose a cleanser that suits your skin type. Over exfoliating or stripping the skin with strong toners can lead to imbalance and sensitivities in the skin which should be avoided.

 

Eye Cream

The skin around our eyes is an extremely delicate area. Always use gentle, natural products around the eye area. Apply eye cream them with a light and delicate touch which will help keep your eyes clear, soothed and free from deep lines and dark circles.

 

Diet & Water

Drinking plenty of water has so many health benefits, we could be here all day listing them! Making sure you are hydrated will stop your skin looking dull, saggy or even appear to have fine lines.

 Eating healthy fats and foods is just as important as drinking plenty of water. Eating foods that are high in antioxidants help fight disease as well as the ageing process. What you eat will show  on your skin. Nuts are a great food to add into your diet if you want to look after your skin. Brazil nuts are high in Selenium, which increases skin elasticity, Walnuts are rich in omega-3 fatty acids which help to lower inflammation and Macadamias help give glowing skin.

 Avoid sugar where possible!! Too much sugar in the diet can damage elastin and collagen and can lead to further wrinkles. Some studies have shown that dairy has a negative impact on the skin. Milk does contain hormones and other compounds that may contribute to inflammation and acne so it is recommended to limit your intake if you want to improve your skin.

 

Sleep

Getting enough sleep is an absolute must for healthy, glowing skin. You should aim for 8 hours sleep each night. While you sleep, your skin rejuvenates and repairs itself. If this process is disrupted due to lack of sleep, this can lead to dull and wrinkled skin.

 

Exercise

Exercising increases blood flow around the body which helps to keep your skin healthy and vibrant. You should aim for 30 minutes of physical activity each day, not just for your skin but for your overall health too!

 

Body Brushing

Regular body brushing in upward movements towards the heart has some amazing benefits for your health and skin. These benefits include: increase in circulation, the appearance of cellulite improved, muscle tone improved, lymphatic drainage assisted and the nervous system stimulated. Dry and ageing skin benefits from exfoliating as it not only washes away dead cells but also helps in the production of new cells, giving a smoother, brighter skin.

 

Ensure to make the above steps a part of your daily routine and we promise you will see a drastic change in the look and feel of your skin!