Did you know that the skin is considered the largest organ in the human body? Therefore, this organ requires special care, from habits to specific products, whether for the skin of the face or body. We always share skincare tips here, but how about today we talk about essential care for the body’s skin – which goes far beyond cosmetics?
Everything starts from the inside out in the body, that’s why it’s very important to pay attention to eating habits and especially to the amount of water ingested daily – which varies from body to body. Water hydrates the body and has a direct impact on skin tone and flaccidity, besides helping to eliminate toxins, which keeps the skin away from the dreaded blackheads, pimples, and even marks.
Food is not left behind and is also another point that influences the health of our skin. Fried food and food rich in fat can increase the sebaceous production, which consequently can generate blackheads and pimples. Meanwhile, other foods such as fruits, vegetables, legumes, and oilseeds (in the right amount) ensure the maintenance of healthy and beautiful skin. To understand more about what quantities and types of food are good for your body, it is always important to consult a nutritionist.
Did you know that having a good night’s sleep also interferes with the health and appearance of our skin? That’s because, our skin deserves and needs moments of rest to recover from exposure and possible “aggressions” of everyday life, such as pollution, wind, sun and other external agents. A good night’s sleep ensures cell renewal and even better absorption of the actives of the products applied in the night skincare routine.
Cleansing, moisturizing, and protection: check? Time to check if the vitamins are up to date too! For this, nothing better than consulting a dermatologist, who will recommend them and teach you how to include them in your daily routine. A quick look at some very famous vitamins…
Vitamin A promotes cell renewal, while vitamin B2 improves the texture and firmness of skin, hair and nails. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant to eliminate blemishes and boost hydration and vitamin C (another powerful antioxidant) helps prevent premature skin aging.
So, what care do you already have with your body’s skin and which ones do you need to pay extra attention to?