How to Have Healthy, Beautiful Skin, Without Blowing Your Budget Part 1
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How to Have Healthy, Beautiful Skin, Without Blowing Your Budget Part 1

Many people are worried about the look of their skin. Read on to find out how to fix this problem.

Many people these days look at models and superstars in magazines, and want to be like them. This is one of the contruibuting factors to why lots of people these days want to make their skin as similar to the models and superstars as possible. Of course, you cannot change your skin type, but there are a couple of tricks of the trade to help your skin look more radiant and healthy, without paying thousands for surgery.

1. Drink Water: The most important thing that you can do ever to have healthy skin, is drink water. It hydrates your skin from the inside out, which is far better than any cream you will use. It also works to flush out impurities in the body. These impurities can lead to unhealthy looking skin, and even blemishes on your skin. The best way to make sure that you are drinking enough water is to carry a drink bottle around with you. If you have problems with acne, or blemishes, it is recommended to drink up to 4 litres a day, but if not, 2 litres will definately suffice.

2. Eat a healthy, balanced diet: As corny as it sounds, eating healthy can actually affect your skins tone, and the way you look, especially if you have acne. This situation is actually not too different to the previous one. If you have a balanced diet, having fruit and vegetables can actually help the digestive system, which will help flush out unhealthy impurities, and in turn will make your skin look younger, and feel better. Another tip that should not be taken lightly, your skin does not react well to some food that is not natural eg. preservatives etc. It is better for yourself, to stick to natural food. Although this does sometimes cost a bit more, you will notice a difference.

3. Use 15-30 SPF Non-Comedegenic Sunscreen: Sun damage is one of the main problems with ageing skin. Sun exposure will age your skin very quickly, beyond repair. Not only that, you will run the risk of getting a skin cancer, which puts your health at risk. If you are looking for a tan, then as long as you do not burn at all, it doesn't matter if you get a bit of sun exposure. As soon as you burn, you risk peeling and losing the tan. Not only that you can damage your skin, and age it quicker. On the other hand, you may not be too keen about getting a tan at all. In this case, use the strongest sunscreen that you can find that is non-comedegenic. All that non-comedegenic means is that it will not block the pores on your skin and cause acne and blemishes.

4.Moisturize: Moisturizing is a great way to protect your skin from different chemicals, dirt and other microscopic objects that can damage your skins age. A normal moisturizer will do, although an anti-ageing moisturizer works better. The only problem is they tend to cost more. If you have problems with acne, you will need to get a non-comedegenic moisturizer. It is recommended to moisturize once a day, but follow the instruction on the label of your moisturizer, as some vary.

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