Having a healthy skin is everyone’s dream! But what the most talked about topics are either glowing/radiant skin, facemasks for blemishes and the list goes on and on. Among those ideas we should also think about how to make our skin healthier and stronger. When we talk about strong skin, we usually mean to a skin that’s able to stay hydrated, make a strong comeback.
So, this leads us to the question: How can we strengthen our skin? Lucky for you here are 3 easy steps that’ll take your skin a long way. Get prepping now!
1. Start With The Basics – All The Vitamins And Nutrients
Ever hears, a healthy diet leads to a healthier you? Just like that, vitamins and nutrients are the source for your healthy skin. Taking supplements or maintaining a clean and healthy diet will help to great extents. For example, taking collagen (protein) supplements will help build a strong dermis lasting a long time.
Taking vitamins D, C, and K will also help in getting a a forever youthful skin!
2. Protect Your Skin
Specialists can’t emphasis this enough: Protecting your skin is important. Make it a part of you daily routine and and skincare. Use moisturizers to keep your skin hydrated, serums with Hyaluronic acid, niacinamide to help out with any scars or blemishes.
But above all, use sunscreen, preferably SPF 50+, for the maximum and best protection. It will prevent any future hyperpigmentation, discoloration, unwanted freckles and will leave your skin looking young!
3. Go Bare
Yes, it’s true that we all love makeup. I’m guilty of it too! But too much makeup us never good. The chemicals used in the products, in the long term, can harm our skin and at times lead to premature skin ageing. So to avoid that, give your skin a day or two off. Let it breathe and flaunt that natural look! Or if you really want a little tint, then ace the ‘‘No Make Up’‘ makeup look!
3 steps but super easy and simple to remember. For a healthier skin and a younger looking you, these steps are the key.
Disclaimer: This article serves as a mere guidance. For vitamin/supplement prescriptions, please visit your dermatologist for the best advice