Achieve Natural Beauty Naturally: Improved Skin Without Sacrificing Your Lifestyle

skin-care-girlYou’ve been taking steps to live a more natural lifestyle and making a lot of headway. Your home is greener, you’re driving less and composting has become a regular thing. But there’s still a lingering lifestyle change that hasn’t been made yet – cleaning up your skin care routine.

We all want healthy, radiant skin that defies the environmental factors that pound it every day and the abuse that it takes protecting our insides. Fortunately for all of us who have gone natural, the lifestyle really does support looking and feeling better from the inside out.

It’s time to take your healthy lifestyle to the next level by giving your skin care routine a natural makeover.

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Natural Ingredients That Are Great for Skin

What goes on your body is as important as what goes in it. The products that we put on our skin are going to be absorbed down into the deeper layers. Once there, they can aid skin cells or do nothing but cause irritation.

The best skin care ingredients come from nature. Ask any dermatologist or scientist that is concocting the next beauty product in a laboratory. When you get down to the active ingredients that really make a difference, they are naturally derived.

The new product line Dermaclara is an example of how powerful natural skin care ingredients can be. All five products are based off of natural ingredients that are proven to cleanse, moisturize and nourish the skin. Product reviews of Dermaclara reveal that users get great results from these natural ingredients.

Natural ingredients to look for include:

  •   Vitamin C – This antioxidant is a skin superstar because it increases collagen production and helps repair skin cells.
  •   Vitamin B3 – It’s an anti-inflammatory that can increase blood flow.
  •   Aloe Vera – It calms the skin and contains a number of vitamins.
  •   Vitamin E – This natural ingredient will help fortify the skin and protect the skin’s water barrier.
  •   Alpha Hydroxy Acids – AHAs are fruit acids that can help exfoliate skin.
  •   Tea Tree Oil – If you need to heal the skin and fight off an infection, tea tree oil is better than most manmade products.
  •   Shea Butter – Shea butter is a natural moisturizer that can actually slow down skin cell degeneration.

The source and quality of the ingredients is going to impact how much of a difference they make on your skin. Whenever possible try to find out how ingredients were sourced and if they’ve been modified.

Healthy Eating for Healthy Skin

The foods we eat fuel our body in every way, including skin production. Our skin needs vital nutrients (like those listed above) to continuously shed layers and create new ones. If you aren’t eating certain vitamins, minerals and amino acids it’s making your skin work a lot harder.

Support your skin by eating:

  •   Leafy greens
  •   Citrus
  •   Berries
  •   Nuts
  •   Legumes
  •   Salmon and other fish high in Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  •   Cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, brussel sprouts, kale)
  •   Red wine
  •   Lean protein
  •   Almond or coconut milk
  •   Avocados
  •   Tomatoes
  •   Olive oil
  •   Bell peppers
  •   Sweet potatoes
  •   Carrots
  •   Turmeric spice

Hormone production is also highly influential in how your skin looks. Certain foods can aid in hormone production and keeping everything in balance.

Drink More Water

If you aren’t drinking 8-13 cups of water a day you’re among the 75% of people that are dehydrated. Every inch of your body uses water, especially the organs that control complex functions – like skin renewal and repair. Chronic dehydration can have a serious impact on your skin’s health and appearance.

  •   Water will keep you hydrated, which is very beneficial for the skin. Dry skin is more prone to rough texture, discoloration and fine lines or wrinkles. Hydrated skin is dewy, plump and smoother looking.
  •   Dehydration can also impair your body’s ability to digest and absorb nutrients that help repair and improve skin.
  •   Another way that increased water consumption can improve skin is by helping the liver and kidneys flush out toxins.

Even if you are drinking liquids, they may not be the best at hydrating your body. Water is always the best source of hydration. Flavor infused water and seltzer are good options as well. You can also improve hydration by eating foods with high water content like soups and fruits.

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