How to Rejuvenate the Skin

rejuvenate the skin

As you age your skin starts losing its elasticity, which develops wrinkles and flaws on the skin. Yes you can’t stop aging, but you can rejuvenate your skin to get back youthful skin.

Because of pollution and other chemical products our skin gets dry and dead cells gets accumulated on skin pores making it difficult for skin to breathe and secrete sebum which helps to fight bacteria. Thus resulting in dry itchy skin and with the absence of moisture (sebum) skin quickly loses its elasticity and wrinkles start appearing.

Below are few natural remedies with which you can bring back your skin to life.

Step – 1 Rejuvenate skin using cleanser

With all the dirt and dead cells accumulated over skin, first step involves clearing them up. This will help skin to secrete natural moisture. You can get cleanser from local store.

Or you can use Aloe Vera gel as cleanser, the most inexpensive yet effective remedy. Other natural cleansers include baking soda, jojoba oil, honey, lemon, Orange and raw milk.

Step – 2 Exfoliate your skin

Dead skin cells present on the body will be washed away by exfoliating and this process helps for good blood circulation. Baking soda, sugar, honey and oatmeal can be used as exfoliator.

Else you can get best exfoliate cream from local store.

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Step – 3 Apply moisturizer

Main reason for all skin diseases is lack of moisture, skin when looses moisture bacteria acts skin, which triggers itching and frown lines. Though skin has its own natural moisturizer at times it fails to secrete, applying external moisturizer helps skin regain its youthfulness.

Shea butter, honey, aloe Vera gel and essential oils can be used as moisturizer.

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Step – 4 Drink more water

Now it’s time to hydrate your skin form the insider. Drink at least 8 glasses of water. Water plays vital role in maintaining skin’s elasticity and suppleness.

Step – 5 Avoid stress

Not just your work your skin also gets affected by stress. Stress makes your skin dull, dry, prematurely aged skin, wrinkles appear and compromises immune function. Long time effects of stress may lead to chronic skin diseases like hives, psoriasis, eczema or rosacea.

You can meditate, go out for a long walk or try any other way which makes you feel peace.

Few more tips

  • Check what you’re eating; prefer vitamins and proteins contained diet.
  • If needed take vitamin supplements.
  • Regular exercise helps your body and skin to function great.
  • Avoid intoxicants.
  • Avoid products with chemical ingredients.
  • Pamper your skin while going out; take moisturizer in winter and sunscreen cream.

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