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These days, it isn’t unusual to come across a thousand dollar worth of daily skincare routine.  Just think about it — you have a cleanser, toner, ampoule, essence, serum, wrinkle care cream, eye cream, sunscreen, nighttime repair cream, and most probably US$ 3 sheet masks of all sorts and exfoliating creams.  

In fact, market analysts are saying that today’s most aggressive drivers of the beauty and personal care industry are botanical based products like Dermanu. It is likely that your routine will shift to this new niche market in the coming months, if you haven’t already drifted to that direction.  That same direction is expected to propel the industry to grow in a trillion dollars’ worth by 2025.  

The real deal with skincare products

With centuries old promises of beauty and youth in a bottle that started from applying fresh produce on skin, then grinding and packing them in apothecaries, to the present day’s beauty bars and boutiques, it’s almost primal for women to take for granted the fact that their skin is just as healthy as their bodies can get.   If you want healthy skin that lasts you for the remainder of your life, it’s never too early to embark on a journey to a more holistic approach to achieve and maintain beautiful skin.  It all begins with what you put on your plate and feed your body with.  

These 7 food habits will help you to get started and successfully obtain healthier skin by promoting a healthier body:   1.  Have more space for fresh eats.

There’s none quite nearly as nutritious and healthy more than eating freshly picked vegetables and fruits.  Rather than shopping fresh at the grocer’s, why not try paying your local farmer’s market to get your stash fresh and local.  The more local you get, the more likely you’ll find intact all those nutrients that will do your body, and your skin, unimaginable wonders.   Start every meal with fresh fruits or vegetable salads.  Don’t fall for high-fat, high-caloric dressings or you’ll end up wasting the nutritious, raw goodness of your fresh plate.  Make olive oil, vinaigrette, and Asian dressings your choices.  Eating fresh prior to your main course helps gradually raise your sugar levels with simple sugars that your body can easily work with and digest.  Starting with rice right away makes your blood sugar spike, sometimes even leaving you nauseous, and experience palpitations if you have hypertension.  

2.  Promote healthy digestion.  Eat several smaller portioned meals throughout the day.  Keep to smaller portioned three full meals — breakfast, lunch and dinner — but, take on snacking in between.  This helps your body metabolize your food more thoroughly and with much less effort than dumping everything in, in just three huge meals.  Boost your metabolism by eating foods with high fiber content, which includes your fresh produce, and by incorporating live microorganisms from yogurt into your diet.  

3. Steam and boil. Don’t fry.  Make the right food choices but make sure that you are preparing healthier meals too.  Frying should be minimal.  Most of your food, to be healthy, must be steamed and boiled.  These cooking methods do not soak in oil nor burn your food.  Moreover, steaming and boiling drips excess oils which you can easily separate from the flesh when you eat.

4.  Incorporate herbs and spices in your cooking.  Cinnamon, basil, oregano, rosemary and the like contain loads of antioxidants and carry natural anti-inflammatory properties that provide an added layer of protection from damage not only to your skin cells but for all the cells throughout your body as well.  Many of these, like cinnamon, helps improve sugar metabolism as well, while others like rosemary promote the strength and health of blood vessels.  Having these in your diet, therefore, is almost as good as applying Dermanu to your skin, perhaps even better so.  

5.  Eat everything in their proper proportion.  Recognize that eating is a means to fuel and nourish your body, and not to load up on surplus. There are certain food groups, like veggies and fruits, which your body needs more than fats, nevertheless fats remain important.  

6.  Take on healthy snacking.  Always keep healthy snacks inside your bag, a piece of apple, a bag of nuts or a handful of dehydrated fruits.

7.  Keep to a low sodium diet.  Salt is essential in keeping your electrolytes balanced.  You need salt but in very little amounts.  Season with salt but skip everything else that gives you more of it like sauces, dressings, deep fried potato chips and cured meat products.  

Conclusion   Eat your way to healthy skin.  There’s nothing complicated about this list that you won’t be able to remember.  So, take it to heart and, in turn, let it take you on the path to healthier, more youthful looking skin  

Reference :

https://www.solvaderm.com/blog

https://www.thebeautyinsiders.com




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Biography: Hi my name is Jazz Pollard born and brought up in Chicago Illinois. I write on beauty skincare fashion and lifestyle. I love makeup and right now living my dream of writing.

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