A healthy skin in the winter starts from the inside out. The many temperature changes make your skin in the winter literally thirsty, as soon as you turn on the heat in your house the skin starts to dry out.
natural plant oil cleansers & moisterizers
It is of course also important to have a moisturizing skin care regime. Choose natural plant oil based cleansers and moisturizers instead of the water based ones. They are ideal for dehydrated skin and winter weather climates, the oil restores the skin’s natural moisture and pH balance and creates a protective layer. And that’s exactly what we need. But it seems sipping is key in having a healthy glowing skin.
sipping is key in having a healthy glowing skin
So……… drink plenty of water (but not cold) and steaming bowls of green tea because of the large amount of antioxidants. Try also white tea, which is a real beauty maker; it is rich in a substance that inhibits the breakdown of collagen and elastin that keeps your skin smooth and prevents wrinkles. Also homemade bone broth works wonders. It is packed with collagen, minerals, hyaluronic acid and glycosaminoglycans that nourish your skin cells. Nice side effect of the bone broth is that in warms your body from head to toes. Looking for a recipe, click here!
big skin care trend: beauty boosting beverages
Also according to the predicted wellness trends of WellandGood for 2016 the big skin-care trend is not what you slather on, it is what you are sipping of your beauty regimen. Dozens of companies—from Beauty Chef to Hum Nutrition and Fountain—are making beauty-boosting beverages loaded with the nutrients that help promote a healthy glow from within, or fight acne, or prevent the signs of aging, and more. Many of these elixirs contain superfood ingredients and antioxidants linked to skin health, such as turmeric, probiotics, zinc, and adaptogens like Rhodiola Rosea, and they come in powder form that you just stir into a glass of water.
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