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Simple Steps to Healthier Skin

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Simple Steps to Healthier Skin

Great skin is something every woman wants. Indeed, a clear, glowing complexion is a much sought­after quality, which is evidenced by the staggering amount of money women spend on skincare products each and every year. But, try as we may, perfect skin seems ever elusive. In spite of the time, money and effort we put into attaining a great complexion, many of us still experience breakouts, blemishes and blotchy, uneven skin. Thankfully, achieving a clear, healthy complexion may be simpler than we thought. Keep reading to find out more.

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More Products, More Problems

We modern women love our beauty products. From toners and moisturizers to age serums and acne treatments, it seems like we’re always on the hunt for the products that will give us the results we’re after. However, more often than not, our quest for perfect results ends in disappointment, frustration and a growing stash of barely­ used products.

The reason for this is simple: more products doesn’t always equal better skin. So, should we stop using beauty products altogether? Probably not. But, instead of choosing creams, serums and astringents loaded with chemicals and irritating ingredients, nourish your skin with products made from all­natural sources. Also, instead of using a barrage of products on the delicate skin of the face, a simpler regimen ­ gentle washing, toning and moisturizing ­ can do wonders for overworked skin.

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Photo c/o Sarah Nicholas

Handling Imperfections

From adult acne to premature aging, fighting imperfections seems to be an uphill battle. Thankfully, though, tips like the following can help treat and prevent blemishes and other imperfections, as well as lend to a clearer, healthier completion:

  • Moisturize. For adults, especially, dry skin can boost the skin’s production of oils, which only leads to more breakouts. For clearer, more supple skin, use a water-based moisturizer, free from perfumes and dyes, at least twice a day. For dry skin, heavier creams and serums are great for promoting a healthy moisture balance.
  • Be gentle. Like using too many products, a heavy hand can irritate the skin and lead to bigger problems. Instead, use a gentle touch, and avoid irritating treatments like exfoliants and chemical peels.
  • Addressing other blemishes. For many women, acne, fine lines and wrinkles aren’t the only roadblocks on the path to great skin. For example, even though they’re extremely common, issues like skin tags and warts can affect overall appearance, no to mention self­confidence. Thankfully, instead of turning to invasive procedures like surgery or laser therapy, many of these imperfections can be addressed through more natural measures. For example, skin tag removal products from Amoils are designed to treat the symptoms of skin tags and other conditions without harming or irritating the skin.

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Great Skin from the Inside Out

Our skin and outer appearance are a direct reflection of our inner health. Therefore, tips like the following can help you achieve and maintain clear, healthy­looking skin:

  • Exercise. Get the blood pumping and, as a result, experience healthy, glowing skin.
  • Eat healthfully. A poor diet can wreak havoc on the skin. Avoid blemishes,premature aging and lackluster skin with a nutrient­ rich diet, and make an effort to reduce or avoid sugar, simple carbohydrates and foods with chemical ingredients.
  • Make healthy lifestyle choices. Lifestyle choices definitely show in the health of your skin. For a better, brighter complexion, get plenty of sleep, don’t smoke or drink in excess, and make an effort to reduce stress.

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Photo c/o Tony Hall 

Although great skin is often difficult to attain, it is possible to have a healthier, more youthful ­looking complexion. And with the tips provided here, skincare just got a whole lot simpler. Good luck on your quest to better, healthier skin!

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