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3 Simple Ways to Get Smooth Skin

Posted on December 20 2019

The skin is the largest organ on the body and protects the rest of our body from everything outside. Because of that, the skin is exposed to many outside elements that harm it. Not only that but it is also vulnerable to age and the way we treat it.

Smooth skin texture is a major focus point of many dermatologists considering that is is what plays the biggest role in the way it looks. Marks, scars, lines, and wrinkles are a natural part of life and become more visible as time goes by.

But looking good is not the only outcome of taking care of your skin. Skin health should be taken seriously because it protects the entire organism.


Home Remedies

Many people are fans of taking care of your skin at home and don’t like buying tons of products with chemicals that could potentially harm the face. Home remedies are also cheaper and accessible to everyone.


Homemade masks

Homemade masks with honey, coconut oil, and oatmeal are the perfect home remedy to help you smooth out your skin and make it look healthier than ever. These humble ingredients have great effects on your skin like exfoliating, hydrating, and brightening.

Honey is one of the best ingredients for your skin. It is a great antioxidant so it helps with aging and is a great antibacterial so it works wonders for acne-prone skin. Coconut oil is great for hydrating your skin, reducing inflammation, and helping heal wounds. Oatmeal is another great product for your skin because it is antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. It works as a natural cleanser, it soaks up oils, exfoliates dead skin, etc.


Skincare

Skincare as a wide term but in this case, we are talking about cosmetic products that you can use for your skin.

These products are the go-to way most people chose to deal with their skin. They are manufactory made and they can be highly effective. Skincare products are specifically and chemically made to have certain effects when you apply them so they are the go-to.


Cleansers

Cleansers are a must in everyone’s routine. Considering all the dirt and bacteria that get on our faces, combined with all the oil and sweat our body produces it is a must that we clean it properly every day.

A good cleanser cleans your face but doesn’t dry and strip it from its moisture. Dermatologists recommend that you wash your face with gentle cleansers that are alcohol-free, in the morning and evening.


Moisturizers

Moisturizers are essential products on your skincare routine. They basically work as a barrier between your skin and the atmosphere so they protect it and make sure the moisture doesn’t escape.


Serums

A serum delivers powerful ingredients that target your problem areas in your skin. You apply your serums after you cleanse but before you moisturize. They work great because they are made of smaller molecules and particles that allow it to penetrate deeply into the skin. Serums are widely used to treat wrinkles and signs of aging.


Diet

What you eat will always show in the way you look, that’s for sure. A healthy diet, full of vitamins and minerals will help your skin texture and condition overall. Fruits and vegetables are the way to go if you’re looking to improve your skin condition and health overall.

For smooth skin eat fruits and vegetables that are high on vitamin C, A, and E. Vitamin E helps keep the skin cells from oxidative stress, premature wrinkles, scars and imperfections in general. Vitamin C helps brighten the skin and helps in the production of collagen overall. Vitamin A helps replenish and repair the skin. Our bodies break down beta-carotene into vitamin A so foods like oily fish, eggs, liver, spinach, carrots, and sweet potatoes should be in your everyday diet.

Collagen is another component that the skin needs for structure. Unfortunately, around the age of 25, your body starts producing less and less collagen. That’s when the skin loses its elasticity, moisture, and starts to wrinkle. Taking collagen orally helps the skin make up for the lack of production and hydrates the skin, helps reduce wrinkles and builds the overall skin structure.


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