Glowing skin and ample complexion, this is all we want. But to maintain a healthy skin in winters is almost as challenging as having 100 push-ups in a minute. The intensity of weather ranges from mild to severe, thanks to global warming to create sudden extreme changes in the atmosphere. In winter many of us face irritating skin issues such as flaky skin, dryness, hyper-pigmentation, rashes, whiteheads, and so on… And, without delaying a single moment we run for investing in skincare products and treatments.
But there’s something important we should invest in for rich and radiant skin.
One of the essentials for your skin… actually, the whole body-care is staying hydrated. Usually, many of us keep this beneficial routine just limited to summers and humid weather, as we sweat more. But, it is also very important to stay hydrated even in winters and dry weather. Water actually helps body organs to function properly, helps to regulate hormonal processes, and maintains metabolism. Hence in-taking an insufficient amount of water daily isn’t a good option to go with. We recommend you having room temperature water.
It is not limited just to cut inches, believe us. A healthy body means healthy skin. Working out should be one of our casual routines for a healthy lifestyle. Burning excessive calories increases your metabolism and boosts up your stamina. This lets your body function properly, which also results in healthy skin. The least we can do here is stretches, and it can be continued to yoga, walks, cardio, and strength training.
Vitamin serums, protein masks, and purifying scrubs are so cool to use. And, they do give us satisfying results. Let us be honest, these all are the secondary things for skincare. The first one is to invest in the diet. And, by saying invest in the diet we mean having a proper intake of nourishing food having a balanced amount of nutrition. It includes intake of food rich in macro-nutrients and micro-nutrients. For a supple complexion, it’s important to incorporate vitamins, proteins, and good fat in your diet. Also, cutting off artificial elements, excessive caffeine, excessive sugar intake, and harmful fats, is equally important.
For glowing skin, investing in mental peace is as key-important as for living a good life. Stress, tensions, and over-burdening of yourself directly impact on your physical health along with mental health. Similarly, getting anxious for not having the flawless skin or for having skin issues, is quite dangerous. Learn to be patient, and work on them constructively. Go for healthy activities that let you feel good inside out such as massages, gentle therapies, and using organic products. Also, having proper sleep is actually worth to not be sacrificed.
Smiling; last but not least, keep smiling and stay positive. Feel positivity around and let yourself grow and age cheerfully.
These are the few healthy habits that we all should incorporate in our lifestyle for long term results. Or, at least should give it a try. What’s your favorite skincare investment?