Some of the best ways to help maintain healthy skin around your entire body turn out to be some of the cheapest!
Some of the most common skin care-related problems are induced by stress and dehydration, so make sure you get your 3 litres a day in addition to taking the odd chill pill. In addition to increasing water intake and reducing stress levels, here are my top 3 tips to get scrubbin’ and #lovetheskinyourein.
Tip # 1 – Take salt baths or scrub with salts in the shower. This helps your body retain moisture, promotes cellular regeneration, detoxifies skin, and helps heal dry, scaling irritated skin such as eczema.
Tip # 2 – Improve your air quality. Adding a humidifier in the bedroom will help your skin throughout the night and can have you waking up with less breakouts.
Tip # 3 – Use a lotion at night with higher concentrations of Vitamin E. This will help protect and nourish the skin better than a moisturizer without Vitamin E, which is trending right now in the skin care industry as a powerful anti-oxidant and free radical fighter.
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