Please Be Aware: Exercise Is Beneficial For Skin Health But Has Been Associated With Acne & Other Skin Problems Too!
What??? So exercise can also hurt skin? Well in a way…yes. Allow me to explain.
Excessive exercise may aggravate your skin. It can lead to issues such as acne, backne(or back acne), Rosacea, and otherkinds of skin irritations.
Celeb Skin Care Secret:Kendall Jenner mixes half a teaspoon of baking soda, half a teaspoon of lemon juice and a teaspoon of honey. On her website, she wrote “The baking soda and lemon juice act to dry out the pimple, while honey works to soothe irritation.”
In the event of exercise related breakouts invest in a skin cleanser with benzoyl peroxide, glycolic acid, and salicyclic acid. According to Dr Michelle Henry of the Laser and Skin Surgery Center of NY, these are ingredients a person with acne can trust.
Water is the elixir fixer for bad skin. Or is it?
Claims have been made that drinking water gives you a radiant, younger- looking complexion while others say it has no effect on skin’s appearance whatsoever.
Well here are the facts….
Your skin is the biggest organ on your body. And just like every other organ, your skin is made up of cells. And skin cells, like any other cell in the body, are made up of water. Without water, the organs will not function properly or at their best.
Besides, we can’t live a few days without a drop of water. So we can safely assume that it can assist in skin health, right?
But just in case you’re still not sure if water boast skin-boosting properties, I got two words for you: SKIN HYDRATION.
You see, when we are dehydrated (not getting enough water), our skin gets dehydrated too. This is what leads to dry, tight, flaky skin. Dry skin has less resilience and is more prone to wrinkling.
Getting plenty of water will fix that problem. Aim for at least 100 ounces of water per day.
SkinFact:Living in dry climates really dehydrates your skin. So if you live in a place like Arizona, it is imperative that you drink plenty of water every day to fight off skin aging. Use of hyaluronic acid, humectants, performing facial exfoliation and hydration treatments to help with moisture and balance of the skin.