Tips Behind A Healthy Good Looking Face

Posted On:2016-02-24    Category: Skincare & Beauty
Tips Behind A Healthy Good Looking Face


Keeping a Healthy beautiful face can be challenging but to make it easier for you,the following are tips to help keep you face fresh and beautiful:

Only Eat High Quality Dark Chocolate
 High quality dark chocolate can be used on cystic acne.

Invest in a Good Probiotic
Gut health and skin health are really tightly linked. Probiotics are huge. High quality probiotics, in capsule form, are great, as are fermented foods .

If you start taking a high quality probiotic, you’ll usually notice a pretty big difference—you will go to the bathroom more often! You want to start with just once a day, and then work up to the recommended dosage. All probiotics are labeled by what they contain, but it can be tricky to make sure you’re getting quality ones, even from a health food store. It’s best if you can pay a visit to a functional medicine practitioner. .

Use Food on Your Face
While eating yogurt can  if you’re sensitive to dairy, it’s great for using as a mask. It’s a little acidic and it’s nourishing, plus strengthens the flora of the skin.
Using honey on the skin. It’s an amazing cure-all. Any honey is great They are full of vitamins so it’s great for acne and anti-aging. To make a mask, mix about half a teaspoon of honey and mix it with half a teaspoon of warm water, and just spread it onto your skin and leave on for as long as you can before rinsing off.

 Experiment with Charcoal and Sandalwood
Charcoal has always been big for the skin.And also  if you’re gluten intolerant and accidentally ingest gluten, you can take a charcoal capsule to rebalance your gut.

Sandalwood is also something we’re going to be seeing a lot more of, in things like skincare oils. All essential oils are healing, and sandalwood is especially helpful for getting circulation going for healing. In Chinese medicine it’s referred to as a “blood mover,” so it can be great for congested or acne prone skin.

Eat Less Inflammatory Foods
The biggest culprit are inflammatory foods like dairy, gluten and sugar. If you’re having issues with your skin, those are foods to experiment with eliminating. Try taking them out for two weeks and see if that has any effect. Also, when you bring those foods back in your body will have a more heightened reaction, so you can see how they affect you—gas, bloating, headaches, whatever the symptoms are for you. If you’re eating them all the time, your body has more of a low-grade reaction. We all have varying tolerance levels, but those foods are the general

Sleep on your back

Burying our faces into our pillows can cause dark circles and puffiness in our eyes.

According to experts if you sleep face-down the blood vessels will become constricted and the circulatory system releases congested fluid from tiny flaps in the walls of these vessels

The dark circles are actually tiny blood vessels ‘pooling’ under the thin, delicate skin below the eyes. The older you get, the longer they take to disappear; and you may notice more lines forming permanently on the side of the face you normally sleep on. This is because as we age, our skin loses elasticity and collagen, and doesn't ‘bounce back’ into shape.

The answer is to train yourself to sleep on your back and keep your head raised well above your body in bed b using two pillows.