Five tips to naturally rejuvenate your skin cells
By ESTHER MUCHENE |
1 month ago
Having good looking skin has a lot to do with how healthy your skin cells are. At some point we have all dealt with dull looking skin which has forced us to buy dozens of serums and creams over the years that don’t seem to give any significant results.
I know I have.
As soon as you stop using those products, it always seems like you’re back to square one.
You can’t stop wondering what you could be doing wrong and where to turn to next after buying every product out there and splurging on dermatologist to help you.
But I am here to give you some hope.
Today is your lucky day because there are a couple of natural, long lasting beauty secrets on how to rejuvenate your skin cells safely:
- Use natural skin care products
Having thousands of skin care products to choose from is great but also confusing. You’ll get recommendations from all sorts of sources and eventually end up dealing with decision fatigue.
To simplify things, focus on the essentials and stick to natural products like vitamin E creams and even vitamin C serums.
They cover so many areas of your skin care needs including antiaging and healing which is all part of cell rejuvenation.
- Add face massages to your routine
Facial massages are a timeless Korean skin care hack that is still widely popular today. We know it works because many of them fully recommend it and it’s clear that they age gracefully.
You might be wondering how a mere massage can actually rejuvenate your skin cells and here is how.
Behind the scenes, the motion of massaging boosts blood flow, which in turn replenishes the oxygen levels in your cells while driving out the toxins.
This in turn keeps your skin cells healthy and happy.
- Exercise regularly
Exercising regularly isn’t something that majority of people like to do. For some it’s an issue of finding time in the middle of a busy weekly schedule and for others, it’s just the lack of motivation to get active.
While we understand the importance of working out from a health standpoint, there are other benefits to reap when it comes to beauty.
Increased blood flow keeps the cells healthy, eliminates waste from the cells and is an overall antiaging enhancer.
If you want your skin to glow, consider getting started on your workout journey at least a few times a week.
- Drink plenty of water
We can never underestimate the importance of drinking water for your overall health. Even for your skin, there are numerous advantages you’re getting by ensuring you’re drinking enough water every day.
Water is the main ingredient your skin needs to retain the proper moisture levels and to slow down the ageing process.
When you don’t drink enough water, you will soon start to experience dry skin and those pesky wrinkles will become more visible because your skin cells aren’t able to renew themselves properly.
Avoid all this by improving your daily water intake and sticking to the daily recommended number of glasses.
- Eat healthy
You’ve probably heard many times that ‘’you are what you eat’’. That’s true because when you eat a lot of processed foods, your skin starts to change, and not in a good way.
You will start to experience more breakouts and that glow you had before won’t be as bright anymore.
It’s always important to check what you’re consuming to give you a proper head start on your skin care journey.
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