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Taking care of your skin to make it beautiful

Given the importance of the skin in the body and the increasing emphasis given to its appearance as a social calling card, it is important to take proper care of it.

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Skin care includes proper hygiene. The skin must be washed well to remove microorganisms that could affect it, contamination that could damage it or dirt that could prevent proper perspiration.

Other very important aspects for the skin to look beautiful are avoiding diseases or accidents that could damage it, providing it with adequate nutrients and the necessary pampering and attention so that it looks at its full potential.

Be careful with diseases or accidents that deteriorate the skin

Diseases affecting the skin should be monitored, trying to treat them properly to prevent the deterioration of this important organ of the body. Avoiding the main causes that produce these diseases is a good way to prevent the skin from getting sick.

Among all of them, special attention should be paid to excessive sun exposure. This habit, so fashionable nowadays is responsible for skin aging and the most frequent appearance of sunburn or skin cancer, when the population is exposed too much to the sun’s ultraviolet rays without the proper protection of an adequate sun cream.

It is also important not to expose the skin to unnecessary risks that could cause skin injury. For example, many cuts, burns, puncture wounds or hives could be avoided if we were more cautious. In any case, if any of these injuries occur, adequate and rapid treatment is necessary to avoid progressive deterioration and poor healing.

The importance of diet in the health and beauty of the skin

Diet plays a key role in the health and beauty of the skin.

Many foods with antioxidant properties (foods rich in vitamin C, E, beta carotene), omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, as well as foods rich in proteins help wound healing and prevent the onset of many diseases.

In terms of diet, food allergies that are reflected in the health of the skin, such as psoriasis, eczema, etc., should be monitored.

Pamper the skin to make it healthier and more beautiful

We must not forget the role that the beauty of the skin plays not only in making the person feel more personally fulfilled but also as an instrument of greater social acceptance. Providing the skin with the most appropriate complements or natural products so that it has more vitality or a better appearance is also a good way to take care of the skin.

It is advisable to rub the skin gently to increase the circulation in it, which will promote its good condition. Adequate hydration must be maintained to prevent the skin from drying out and reducing its flexibility, the appearance of certain diseases or to prevent it from appearing old, full of wrinkles or stretch marks. At the same time, an excess grease should be avoided, which would cause problems such as greasy hair or dandruff, which, in addition to being unsightly, contribute to hair loss or baldness. Too oily skin is also responsible for disorders such as acne.

With regard to the skin, facial skin is especially sensitive, in which pimples, blackheads can easily appear. The deterioration that time produces in the skin implies the appearance of flaccid or dry skin.

Another very delicate area is the chest area, whose excessive exposure to the sun’s rays is responsible for the appearance of spots or freckles that are very unsightly.

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Written by Editorial Botanical-online team in charge of content writing

18 May, 2024

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