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Many people prefer to be tan because they think it makes them look more healthy. While a golden glow does make you look more vibrant, getting it in unhealthy ways can only lead to problems later.

This is why it's important to care for your skin on the inside as well as on the outside.

Proper Nutrition for Healthy Skin


The first way to get your skin glowing is from within, by looking at your diet. What you put into your body directly effects how it looks. Here are some guidelines to follow:

  • Get plenty of greens for vitamins and minerals by having a large salad for lunch or enjoying a green juice or smoothie in the morning. 
  • Eat more cucumbers with the peel on -- they're rich in silica for strong and healthy skin and hair.
  • Cut out the sugar by switching to natural sweeteners to keep skin clear.
  • Drink at least eight glasses of water per day. Ditch the soda and other sweet drinks.
  • Quit smoking, which dulls and ages the skin.
  • Enjoy antioxidant-packed fruit for dessert instead of candy to fight free radical damage.

Topical Skincare for Healthy Skin


The second thing to do is examine your topical skincare routine. How does your face look right now? Are the products you've been using for a while still providing the same results? Try these suggestions:

  • Wash your face as soon as you get up to remove dirt and oil buildup.
  • Use a toner after cleansing to remove any soap residue and control oil production.
  • Make sure to remove all makeup or daytime skincare before bed by washing again.
  • Use an exfoliating scrub three times a week to remove dead skin cells.
  • Take the time to apply a clay mask at least once a week. Leave on for 20 minutes to cleanse the skin while also rehydrating.
  • Avoid products that cause burning or excessive dryness.
  • Always moisturize the skin with a cream, gel or lotion that contains SPF to protect against sun damage.

Supplements for Healthy Skin


Adding supplements to your routine is the next step to promoting clear, glowing skin that radiates health. Consider trying these products:

  • An omega-rich supplement, like fish oil, provides essential fatty acids for plump, smooth skin.
  • Get more vitamins C, D and E to protect against free radical damage, promote healing, support the skin's structure and boost nutrient absorption.
  • Add a phytoceramide supplement to improve hydration and smooth fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Try a probiotic to balance the good and bad bacteria within the body.
  • Make sure your multivitamin includes all the B vitamins, which keep the tissues healthy and strong.

Exercise for Healthy Skin


A tan may make the skin look more smooth and taught, but later on in life it will be anything but. Exercising helps keep the skin firm and the muscle beneath it strong for a more sleek and svelte appearance. The sweating also helps cleanse the body, removing toxins that can make the skin appear more dull. Just another reason to exercise!

Last but not least, try a self tanner or bronzing lotion, cream or powder to give the skin a golden glow instead of heading outside without sunscreen or, worse, to the tanning bed.

Get everything you need for glowing skin this summer at eVitamins. See you tomorrow!

 

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