5 THINGS YOU KNOW TO BE TRUE IF YOU ARE OBSESSED WITH SKIN CARE

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Taking care of our skins is very important and a part of our everyday life. But if you love your skin so much then you can relate to this blog post. In this post, we are going to be giving you 5 things about your skin you already know if you are obsessed with your skin.

1. DRINK A LOT OF WATER: 

We must have heard this point everyday of our lives, but it’s not a myth but a fact that our body is made up of 70% of water and if your body gets dehydrated frequently it starts to show on your skin. 

Taking lemon and coconut water are even better but it can also be an expensive life to maintain. If you just increase the volume of water you take in a day, you will start seeing the changes on your skin.

2.SMOKING KILLS YOUR SKIN:
 Smoking doesn’t just kill the lungs but also the skin. Even if you don’t smoke, frequent exposure to smoke signals can make you look older than you are supposed to.

3.STRESS CAN CAUSE SKIN DISEASES:
 You don’t have to worry only about skin disease when it comes to stress, stress is the number one cause of 90% of all the diseases that affects us. When you are stressed out, it triggers a release of cortisol and other hormones into your system. It can cause you to breakout and also cause hives or exasperate existing issues such as eczema and psoriasis.

 So we personally need to find a way of dealing with stress in our lives like exercising, reading, taking a massage or even volunteering. This activities can make our body and minds to relax.

4.EATING BALANCED AND HEALTHY DIETS:
 When it comes to diet, it is not just about eating foods that make you look slimmer, not eating healthy food also can make your skin look dry. Excessive intake of sugar and caffeine can also cause inflammation and prevent your body system from functioning properly. 

So it is best to avoid foods high in fat with carbs, sugar, and caffeine to help your skin look more beautiful.

5.THE SKIN IS THE BODY’S LARGEST ORGAN: 
This may not be related to skincare, but it is a fact every human being with a skin should know. The skin and not the liver is the largest organ in the human body. The skin of an average adult weighs between eight to nine pounds, and it also grows faster than any other organ.

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