Getting Healthier Skin : A Guide
Nowadays, it’s all about aesthetics. Makeup to make skin look prettier, surgery to make your face look different, all these things have the most attention. And that’s good, people should make their skin look the way they want it to, but what’s not good is that we often start to forget the real foundation of it all. Sure, makeup and procedures can make your skin look different, and it’s a great instant fix, but your skin needs a lot of care too! Face washes and cleansers help detoxify it of dirt and bacteria, but that’s not enough for preserving real skin health. Our skin, especially on our face, just like the rest of our body, needs much more. Other than just a good cleanse, nutrients, natural oils and protection are vital too, but they tend to be neglected way too often. Good news is, though, it’s not difficult to take care of your skin and give it the care it deserves, and we’re here to help you. We’ll go through some of the things you can easily do to ensure that your skin is well cared for and healthy.
Rose water is one of the ultimate skin solutions in nature’s diverse arsenal. Firstly, it provides an instant freshness to your face, erasing any signs of fatigue or less sleep. To amplify that affect even more, the nutrients in rose provide a healthy, vibrant glow to skin as well. Rose water is great for clearing your skin as well, ridding it of dirt, bacteria, and anything that could be clogging your pores, resulting in acne-free, clear skin. After this, it should be evident that rose water is impeccable for skin health, but turns out, it’s excellent for making you mentally and emotionally healthier too. The scent of rose water provides mood alleviation, adding that fresh tinge of a mood boost that’ll make you even happier and healthier. It’s not a cure to sadness or a magic pill by any means, but it definitely helps.
We already went through the fantastical benefits of rose water, but particularly for healthy skin, rose gel may just be EVEN better. It may not have the same mood alleviating properties, but one major difference in rose water and rose gel is their texture and consistency. Rose water, with its watery consistency, doesn’t fully get soaked in to your skin. Rose gel, however, has a thicker consistency that allows it to really give your skin time to soak in all the rosy goodness. That means that rose gel adds the same nutrients as rose water but to an even deeper extent, really packing your skin with the nutrients it needs. As a result of this, it gives your skin an even more pure, everlasting healthy glow than rose water, and that’s something that is very hard to rival.
Vitamin C Gel
Now, we’ve all heard of the endless benefits vitamins have since we were children. Vitamins are, by far, some of the most important micro nutrients for our body, and an extreme deficiency of any can have all sorts of effects. Even if you’re not too deficient, having a healthy supply of vitamins is never a bad idea, and a nice vitamin C gel would ensure that your skin gets a direct supply of the essential vitamin. Vitamins are extremely important for repair, immunity, and even your stress levels. Particularly for skin, vitamin C has fantastic anti-aging properties, preventing wrinkles, fine lines and more. Making sure your skin is well fed of the vitamin would have a plethora of health benefits. Hitting that amount through diet in a sustainable manner is quite different, and a nice vitamin C gel wouldn’t just give you that amount of vitamins, it would ensure your skin really takes advantage of the vitamin to the fullest.
Goat Milk Or Greek Yogurt
Dairy is an essential part of your diet as it ensures you get a good protein and calcium fix everyday, and your skin can benefit from this greatly as well. Milk and yogurt have an immense amount of protein, and applying that protein to your skin would ensure that your skin never runs out of its source material to rebuild and replenish skin. Not only that, but these dairy products have a great amount of healthy lipids too. As terrifying as fats are considered in today’s day and age, healthy fats are vital to your body and to your skin. The lipids, with their oily consistency, act as an excellent natural moisturizer for your skin, and make sure it’s consistently well hydrated. A combination of both, proteins and lipids, acts as a killer combination for radiant, heavenly skin, creating almost flawless beauty in a very natural way, and you can simply apply some reliable Greek yogurt or milk (mixing milk with honey would do you wonders) to your skin and avail all these wondrous benefits!
These are just the tip of the iceberg of what natural solutions you could employ to make sure your skins health. After all, aesthetic is a priority, but health is an even greater one in ensuring the happiness you deserve. Any one of these would be very easy to get your hands on and use, and the benefits are sure to be a true marvel.
A blog by Mikail Farooqui