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If you’re starting to notice the signs of ageing on your skin or you simply want to take further steps to look after it as you get older, it’s important to take an all year round approach. There are so many things you can do more of and pay attention to if you want to achieve the healthiest possible outcomes for your skin. And that’s precisely what we’re going to talk about today, so read on to find out more about doing this.
Keep Yourself Hydrated
First of all, you’ll need to make sure that you’re keeping your body as a whole hydrated all year, including if you travel. In order to function optimally, your organs need to be hydrated. And the skin is an organ too. So drink plenty of water, especially when you’re in hot and humid conditions. And on top of that, you can give your skin extra hydration by applying moisturizer.
Get Lots of Sleep
Getting plenty of sleep can be tough when you’re busy and balancing your career, but it’s worth at least trying to make it happen from the point of view of your skin’s health. Your skin needs the change to replenish and recover during sleep. So if you’re not getting enough of the sleep you need, you’ll be able to see it in your skin. So that’s something to keep an eye on.
It’s important to be highly selective about the products you’re using on your skin. Using low-quality products or the wrong kinds of products for your skin will eventually have an impact. It’s worth investing a little more to get this right, so definitely think about only buying skincare backed by science. Doing your research really pays off when it comes to buying skincare products.
Avoid Stress as Much as Possible
Avoiding stress is something that’s generally considered very important for your skin. If you’re constantly feeling stressed out and anxious about something or other, it’ll disrupt the health and robustness of your skin. You’ll be more likely to experience acne breakouts and things like that too. So take the stress out of your life if you can; it’s worth it.
Use Sun Protection Consistently
Sun protection is something you should be making use of each and every day, there’s no doubt about that. The sun can do serious damage to your skin if you’re not careful, so protecting it properly and making sure that the UV rays can do damage to it is key. Sun protection should be used all year round, even when it’s not all that sunny. UV rays can penetrate clouds even on grey and overcast days.
Looking after your skin is something we should all spend more time on. It’s the things that you do regularly and consistently that have the biggest impact on the health of your skin, so be sure to make the most of the tips and ideas discussed above if you want to take better care of yours all year round.
As we age it gets even harder to have healthy skin. I fight with keeping mine the best it can be. Wonderful advice here.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day, my friend. ♥
All of me IS aging. Which is fine. Some of me ages more gracefully than other bits.ReplyDelete
Hydration and proper nutrition does wonders for my skin. If I slack on either, oh boy, watch out!ReplyDelete
Hydration is key. Good reminders for healthy skin!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the tips, I started incorporating more than just water and moisturizing last year and it really helped. I started using hydrating sprays and fixing up my diet and it helped my eczema. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
This is a must have guide! I know I definitely need to work on staying hydrated and wearing sunscreen myself.ReplyDelete