Skin Glow: A Self-help Approach to Skin Health

The skin is the biggest body organ. It
prevents disease and infection, controls temperature level and produces some
vital vitamins. Keeping skin healthy is essential for beauty and basic
well-being, even if your focus is to keep your skin appearing nice, rather than
ensuring that it remains healthy.

The very best method to keep skin looking healthy– young, reasonable, glowing,
supple, soft and wrinkle-free– is to stay out of the sun.

Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun produce a healthy-looking tan; however, they
negatively affect the skin with adverse effects on coloring, sunburn, and loss
of flexibility. These can result in premature ageing manifesting as wrinkles,
hives and rashes, sagging, dark skin, irregular skin tone, loss of clarity, and
dryness. Even with good genes, topical skin treatments and supplements, you
still need to avoid ultraviolet rays.

Staying out of the sun assists, but you will need to make sure that you use sunblock
if you cannot prevent it. This is specifically vital if you plan to stay in the
sun for a prolonged period, like relaxing on a beach while on vacation.

Assuming that you are moderate about
staying too long in the sun, you need to learn other ways to maintain your skin
health.  There are numerous oral supplements to keep your skin health. The
challenge is to identify the safest and most effective supplements.



Supplement for You

The very first group would be minerals and vitamins, vital for the appropriate
performance of every organ.

The minerals and vitamins that can enhance your skin are vitamin B-complex,
notably B1 (thiamine),
B2 (riboflavin) and B12 (cyanocobalamin).
Deficits in these
vitamins can trigger different kinds of skin problems, including hives, rashes
and bumps. B12 deficiency can be detrimental to the growth of nerve cells and
quickly multiplying cells like skin cells.

Other vitamins and minerals that help the skin include vitamins A and C, iron
and copper. With vitamin C, Vitamin E provides anti-oxidants that reduce the
impact of free radicals that contribute to ageing.

Topical Aid

Oral supplements need to go hand-in-hand with topical applications– sunscreen
of a minimum of SPF 30, representatives) and moisturizers

Other skin health enhancement techniques include:

* A healthy diet with essential minerals and vitamins.

* A positive attitude to life with
excellent stress management techniques. Research has shown that stress can lead
to stress hives, rashes and bumps.


* A non-smoking lifestyle

* Controlled sun exposure.


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