Beautiful, healthy skin starts on the inside. Many of us live in inflammatory states which show up on our skin as wrinkles, dullness, acne, dryness, discoloration and rashes. It is very important to understand that your lifestyle is the largest factor in your body’s relationship with inflammation, or how easily you rest and repair. I’m not just talking about diet and exercise. Your home environment, your work, your relationships—all have fingers on the dial of your health and wellbeing.
If you want healthier looking and functioning skin, you have to tend to how you respond to the world around you. You can put the most amazing products on your skin, but the improvements can only go so far if you aren’t taking care of yourself on every level.
Modern living bombards us with the following inflammation-causing factors:
So, let’s clean it up, to look and feel great. In addition to minimizing the above list, clean up your lifestyle and you will be glowing with health and vitality in no time. Your skin will look amazing, especially, if you add the right skincare products with it! Here are some cleansing tips to decrease inflammation:
1. Mental Cleanse to destress:
2. Lymphatic cleanse: Your lymphatic system in a series of pump-less vessels and nodes that run alongside your vasculature. The lymph system not only cleans toxins and debris from the blood, it is also a huge part of your immune system.
3. Dietary Cleanse: Eat for Cellular Vitality.
4. Skin Cleanse:
Follow this for a few weeks and watch your skin glow with health and vitality.
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Does Skin Type Matter?
In reality, everyone’s skin has the same anatomy, and therefore the same basic needs to keep skin young and healthy. So, knowing your skin type (oily, dry, or combination) really doesn’t matter when choosing skincare… as long as you meet these needs.
Any skincare product regimen should address these 3 basic needs:
We all want healthy, radiant, youthful skin. Many of us buy excessive amounts of skincare products looking for the magic, only to become disappointed when they don’t see the results we crave. I’ve been there myself and really it was that dissatisfaction with my own skin that led me into the field of cosmetic dermatology and aesthetics. I was a product whore in my late 20’s and yet my skin was still dry, dull, and discolored. The final straw was when wrinkles started appearing at age 30. What was I doing wrong? I had talked to a dermatologist, I had read every article in beauty magazines that I could, and I tried every over the counter product I could get my hands on, yet nothing seemed to give me the results I wanted. I did not understand the issue until I started my career in cosmetic dermatology.