Healthy skin cannot be purchased in a bottle. The best makeup in the world, even applied by a talented makeup artist, can not transform unhealthy skin into a flawless, glowing complexion.
Transformation can take place only from the inside out. Our skin provides protection against environmental damage, such as ultraviolet radiation, and aids in the elimination of toxins from the body. The outer layer of skin ,epidermis, receives nourishment from the dermal cells.
As epidermal cells divide, they are pushed farther away from the dermis to the surface of the skin. The membranes of the older cells fasten together and undergo keratinization the hardening process in which waterproof proteins develop. The outer layer of the epidermis is composed of tightly packed dead cells.
The skin is continually undergoing a renewal process as these dead cells are sloughed off and new epidermal cells take their place. Because epidermal cells are constantly in a renewal process, there is always hope for a renewed complexion.
Nutrition plays an important role in the maintenance and creation of attractive skin. Your complexion provides an outward picture of your nutritional status and overall health. For many people, subtle nutritional imbalances can manifest themselves quickly in less than perfect skin. Healthy eating habits enhance the growth of healthy skin cells, so getting optimal nutrition can transform your skin.
Eat raw fruits and vegetables.
They have enormous potential for improving the skin’s appearance.
When freshly made juice are included as part of a high raw food diet, they offer remarkable benefits for the skin and overall appearance.
Care for your skin
Cleansing the skin by daily exfoliation and deep cleansing facial masks keeps Te pores clean from debris. Dead cells can accumulate in the skin’s pores and cause them to increase in size. Removing makeup properly and using a good skin cleanser can help keep pores from enlarging.