Be Your best

If "beauty is skin deep" then let's start with beautiful skin.in.

Having Great Ski

 

 Great Skin happens when we look after it and give it the nutrients that it needs to thrive.

 

Stay covered in sun scream when you are out, those hot rays can fry skin and breakdown its collagen, creating wrinkles… not a nice look. Keep your sunglasses on to protect your eyes. Polaroids work best and protect at protecting your eyes from ultra violet rays.

Dealing with Problem Skin

It’s hard to go past zinc, vitamin A,  C and E creams and supplements as a boast to your skin,  to fight acne. Having Olive Leaf tablets can help your body fight the infections that pimples can bring. Try to stay off dairy if the skin is flaring up. Using a cleanser that isn’t too drying is a must.

Stress creates wear and tear on our bodies and our skin, go out of your way to do something relaxing every day. When we are stressed we can get acne breakouts and feel worn out and depleted of energy. Why not recharge and soak in a warm, scented bath or relax with your feet up and a good book when you get home?

Nourish your skin with some really special moisturisers. 

Yummy Skin

Fresh fruit and vegetables keep your skin brimmed up with goodies to help it glow. When our bodies are healthy, our skin can look tremendous. Starving yourself to look slim can leave your skin looking depleted.

Hydrate with water and herbal teas. 

 

Again vitamins A, C and E enhance the skin helping you to look your best. Natural aloe vera soothes and replenishes skin.

 

Natural Oils are wonderful for our skin. Fish oils found in salmon or tuna, along with Omega 3s found in almonds, help the skin to stay supple and to look attractive.

Look after the Eyes

The delicate skins around the eyes can become saggy and discoloured. Applying a cold ice pack at night will help us to have lovely eyes.

 

Avoid sodium found in slat and soft drinks it can make your eyes and face look puffy.

 

The experts tell us that to have youthful skin have and antioxidants in the morning and retinoids and peptides at night.

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