Showing posts with label seasons. Show all posts
Showing posts with label seasons. Show all posts

07/04/2012

Tips for fresh "spring" skin


Spring is already in the air, which suggests that we need to revive your skin with a brand new, refreshing mode. Winter eating far contributes beauty and freshness of our skin. When it is combined with wind and dry air out there, the result is not particularly charming. The skin becomes dry and tired appearance.

Along with the changing seasons, however, are changing and the needs of the body - including the skin. Here's what she should provide in order to enjoy the health and shine ...

1. Replacing the spring with winter skin

In winter the body processes slow down, for it to maintain its power. The decrease in cell renewal leading to harsh and lifeless looking skin.

Effective way to "return to life" is exfoliation. For this purpose, dermatologists recommend using glycolic and salicylic acid, which tend to break down dead skin cells. So tired "winter" skin acquire freshness and brilliance.

2. To ease the "burden"

Rising temperatures changing needs of the skin. In winter the necessary creams rich in lipids, to protect it from external factors.

With rising temperatures, however, the production of fat increases.The use of "heavy" cream should be reduced as their place of use "lighter" moisturizers.
3. Removal of toxins

Pale species that gain in winter, not only due to lack of sunlight.Prolonged circulation time due to the contraction of blood vessels due to cold, can also be a culprit.

Against this process we can fight with the sport. Exercise can increase the vitality of the skin, stimulating blood flow. In this way oxygen reaches the cells, which helps to destroy toxins that cause inflammation.

On the other hand, massaging the face a few minutes a day can eliminate puffy appearance and restore skin radiance.

4. To pay attention to food

During the winter days often reach for starch products, to offset reduced production of the hormone of happiness - serotonin. The coming of spring, however, is a sign that you should make changes in diet.

Breads should be gradually replaced with products rich in nutrients that will "revive" the skin will help the immune system and increase energy. The best option is always seasonal fruit sand vegetables.

Vegetables rich in vitamin C, stimulate the production of "fresh"collagen. Cabbage, which is rich in sulfur, helps cleanse the body and restoring vitality. It is also recommended consumption of fruits containing antioxidants, as well as salmon and sardines, omega-3 fatty acids. They moisturize skin from within.