Our skin is much more than an outer surface for the body. It protects you from bacteria, dirt and other foreign objects and the UV rays of the sun, and contains the nerve endings that let you feel the sensory stimulus from the external world.
What does healthy skin mean?
The myth in skin health is that fair skin is always healthy. But the real fact is skin color does not have any correlation with the wellbeing of the skin. Healthy skin is smooth, with no breaks in the surface. It is warm and neither dry and flaky nor moist and wrinkled. Healthy skin is a mirror of a healthy body.
Things to be considered
Nutrients in the flashing busy world are the much questionable thing is “do we get enough nutrients from the foods or environment we live in”. To answer this question, list down your nutrient valve that you consume for a week and visit a nutritionist you will be surprised. Natural foods such as vegetables, fruits, herbal grains are a good source of nutrition.
Water is the primary component in our human body. Improving skin texture can be as simple as staying hydrated throughout the day since that moisture helps to make skin look and feel smoother. Calluses that are formed in hand and feet can be removed by soaking in warm water frequently.
Clothes that we use play an important role in air circulation. Materials like cotton, silk, linen, rayon are good breathable and absorbent materials. And also make sure that the fit and finish is not too tight. It’s always recommended to choose materials that suit the climate conditions you live in.
Oils are produced from the sebum glands to aid it more and regulating start using essential oil that facilitate moisture and incorporating face oils into your nightly skincare regimen and watch as you wake up with baby-soft skin.
Cleansing is to keep the skin clean and dry. Wash with soap and water daily, then rinse and dry thoroughly. Avoid using items that may dry the skin - for example, harsh soaps or alcohol based products such as lotions.