I am now on my 30’s and I can say that I am more concerned about my skin than ever before. I am not that kikay or vain in terms of beautifying myself and I am used to the simple process like cleansing, toning and moisturizing. I usually go out with no makeup at all. But since I am getting older, I have noticed that my skin is aging with me (okay I expect that to happen of course). I envy some women who are already at their 40’s but managed to have a fair and younger looking skin. I hope it’s not yet too late for me, so I am now starting a new regimen.
Use Olive Oil
Some friends from Fly Ace, gave me some Dona Elena Olive Oil the other day. Besides it’s healthy benefits when you consume it, it also aids in making the skin and hair beautiful. I have researched about it and found out that it helps moisturize dry areas of our body, simply by rubbing olive oil on the spots that needed it the most. It can be used on chapped lips, dry feet or anywhere else you want to moisturize. Olive oil can also be used when taking a bath to help soften the skin.
Eat more vegetables
Green leafy vegetables are rich in Vitamins A and C. Fresh juices extracted from vegetables are known to keep the skin blemish-free, especially carrot juice. Carrot juice delays wrinkles and makes your skin glow.
This is one chore (besides doing the laundry) that I hate the most. I always procrastinate about doing this. I know I need this and yet I don’t prioritize doing it. Coach Jim Saret already created a 4 minute exercise that promises to burn at least 400 calories and yet I don’t religiously follow it. I know there is something wrong with me and I need to push myself harder to reach what I want.
It is advisable to exfoliate at least twice a week. Doing this can help the skin look more radiant and reveal the brighter skin underneath. It also reduces skin pigmentation and evens out the skin tone by getting rid of dark patches especially in areas prone to darkening such as the elbows, knees, armpits and the area between the thighs.
Drink more water
If you are dehydrated it shows in your skin. Water moisturizes the skin from the inside out, preventing wrinkles. Drinking enough water each day– half your weight in ounces of water daily. It keeps the bowels moving and clears your system of toxins, preventing pimples.
I hope that if I can continue to follow doing all of these things, I can achieve the fairer and younger looking skin that I want.
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