Secrets to Healthy Glowing Skin

It never fails, every time the season changes, our bodies go through a rough and dry stage, especially changing from winter to summer. No one wants skin that’s either flaking ridiculously or pruning and scaling. To help rid your skin of this awfulness here are a few helpful inexpensive hints for the key to healthy glowing skin.

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 Vitamin C

The key to healing starts within your body. How you treat the inside of your body will reflect its outside appearance. For starters, hydration is key. Plenty of fluids will help combat the dryness and flush out all negative toxins inside the body. To put an end to the wrinkly pruning and scaling image, start incorporating vitamin C into your diet. Vitamin C is an antioxidant and helps protect the cells from free radical damage. Citrus fruits such as oranges, pineapples and grapefruits hold plenty of vitamin C. if you are on the go all the time infuse your bottled water with these three fruits. Its great for the skin as well as a refreshing boost. Vitamin C also is a natural Botox in eatable form. It will boost the body’s collagen in the skin yielding all sagging and drooping.

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Lather Lather

During your daily showers, its best to use wash that contains lots of moisture. It’s ok to slather on the scrub to exfoliate dead skin cells. Sugar scrubs are great especially after hair removal on your legs.

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Seal in the moisture

Choose a moisturizing lotion that has natural oils such as coconut or Shea. Rub it in well to help relax your muscles, and may reduce the appearance of wrinkling. Virgin Coconut oil has excellent antioxidant properties and helps to destroy free radicals. Coconut oil also has the ability to restore and rejuvenate damaged skin. It heals, repairs and leaves your skin radiant.

Try these tips and you will notice a your dry, cracked skin turn into healthy glowing skin!

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