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Chanuka | Here Are Simple Home Remedies To Keep Your Face Glowing

Who doesn't love to have a smooth face without any spots? A glowing face gives confidence in front of people and it even boosts your self-esteem.

Some people have sought care from specialists but this is something you can do yourself at home and you'll have that shining face that everyone desires.

Ladies more often try to take care of their face but it is surprising that men are more successful in this and they do very little in maintaining their faces.

Below are simple ways to hack that skincare at home.

1. Healthy fats in your diet

Healthy fats, such as those found in almonds, flaxseed, and avocados, can help refill your body's ability to produce healthy and robust cell membranes, [which] can defend against environmental damage by rebuilding the skin barrier.

Lack of good fats in the diet can cause dry skin and hair, and boosting these fats in the diet may aid in certain skin disorders characterized by severe dryness. Salmon, chia seeds, olive oil, and whole eggs are some other healthy-fat foods to know for beautiful skin.

2. Eat more antioxidant foods

Fruits and vegetables are widely regarded as the best providers of antioxidants. Blueberries, kale, spinach, and—bonus—dark chocolate are all antioxidant-rich foods to add in your diet.

3. Drink enough water

It's not a myth: drinking plenty of water is critical for good skin health. Keeping hydrated keeps your skin moisturized, healthy, and, you guessed it, glowing. 

Not to mention all of the other numerous advantages of drinking plenty of water. While eight glasses of water per day is the general recommendation, water intake isn't one-size-fits-all, so pay attention to what your body requires.

4. Avoid potentially irritating foods

You already know what they are: packaged, processed, and high-sugar foods, as well as dairy. Excess sugar, dairy, and processed meals can all trigger inflammatory processes in the skin, resulting in breakouts. 

If you can only eliminate one of these no-no items, make it processed sugar, as current study has proved the link between high-sugar diets and acne, as well as general head-to-toe inflammatory disorders.

5. Enough sleep

Another compelling reason to prioritize sleep is that inadequate or disrupted sleep can have a negative impact on your skin. 

Poor sleep quality has been linked to increased symptoms of skin aging (fine lines and wrinkles) and reduced skin barrier function, according to research. As with water, the conventional rule of thumb for sleep is eight hours, but always listen to your body.

6. Moisturize your face

Is there anything further to say? Keeping your skin hydrated is one of the simplest ways to get a radiant complexion. Even if you have naturally oily skin, don't scrimp on daily moisturizer, and invest in substances that are proven to moisturise.

7. Facial massage routine

Not only does it feel good, but facial massage can assist to reduce tension and promote circulation, which helps to maintain skin cells healthy and aids in lymphatic drainage. 

Use a jade roller or commit to a daily facial massage routine. It only takes a few minutes every day, and the post-facial massage glow (thanks to the enhanced circulation) will be well worth it.

Content created and supplied by: KevinGatesKenya (via Opera News )

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