10 Tips to Keep Your Skin Flawless and Healthy
Here are some tips to incorporate into your daily routine for a glowing and healthy appearance.
The skin is the mirror of our internal well-being and taking care of it is not just a matter of aesthetics, but a 360-degree act of self-love: it is, in fact, the largest organ in the human body and plays a crucial role in general health.
First of all, it acts as a protective barrier against harmful external agents such as bacteria, viruses and chemicals: healthy skin is more effective in preventing infections and irritations and in defending the body.
Another key element is the ability to regulate body temperature through sweating: if well cared for, the skin promotes more efficient thermoregulation and helps prevent hyperthermia or hypothermia.
In addition, the sensory receptors present on the skin allow us to perceive the world thanks to the sense of touch: it is therefore important to preserve its sensitivity and, consequently, the ability to interact with the surrounding environment.
In addition to physical well-being, skin care has multiple psychological benefits.
Skincare rituals can become valuable moments of self-care and relaxation that reduce stress, improve mood, and promote a positive connection with one’s body as well as self-esteem and self-confidence.
Finally, the prevention of skin ageing is a further advantage that has a positive impact on both aesthetics and psyche: regular use of moisturising products, antioxidant creams and sun protection help to stay young and delay the visible signs of the passage of time.
10 tips for healthy, glowing body skin
As we have just seen, taking care of the skin of the body is an act of well-being that goes far beyond the aesthetic aspect.
Let’s see, then, ten useful tips to integrate into your daily routine to keep your skin healthy and radiant, rid it of toxins and reduce cellulite.
1. Deep hydration
Let’s start with the key element: the importance of deep hydration.
Not only does water keep your skin supple and hydrated, but it also helps to flush toxins out of your body, so make sure you drink at least eight glasses of water a day (without waiting until you’re thirsty) to keep your skin feeling fresh and radiant.
2. Balanced diet
The beauty and health of the skin are closely linked to the fuel we provide to the body, namely food: a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, lean proteins and healthy fats contributes to its well-being.
In addition, omega-3 fatty acids, found in foods such as salmon and nuts, promote skin elasticity, and the antioxidants found in fruits and vegetables fight free radicals, which are responsible for premature skin ageing.
3. Gentle exfoliation
Exfoliation is essential for removing dead skin cells from the skin’s surface, promoting cell renewal. Choose gentle scrubs and avoid exfoliating too frequently, as they could damage the skin’s protective barrier: ideally, twice a week.
4. Lymphatic massages
Lymphatic massages, in addition to promoting relaxation, also facilitate lymphatic circulation, eliminating toxins accumulated by the body. Practising this type of massage regularly can be useful for reducing cellulite and maintaining firmer skin.
5. Constant sun protection
Sun exposure is one of the main causes of skin ageing: apply broad-spectrum sunscreen every day, even when the sky is overcast, not only on your face but also on all exposed areas of the body to protect your skin from UV damage.
6. Regular physical activity
Regular exercise is also beneficial to skin health: sports activity increases blood circulation and stimulates lymphatic circulation, providing essential nutrients to the cells and thus helping to fight cellulite thanks to the elimination of toxins accumulated in the tissues.
7. Restorative sleep
During a good night’s rest, our body goes through a number of physiological processes that play a vital role in keeping our skin fresh and youthful.
While we sleep, the body regenerates, produces new cells, repairs damaged or aging ones, and increases collagen synthesis helping to prevent the formation of wrinkles.
For fresh and toned skin, you need to sleep at least 7-8 hours a night.
8. Reduce stress
Chronic stress can have negative effects on the skin, causing problems such as acne and inflammation.
Adopting stress management techniques, such as meditation or yoga, is another step that should not be overlooked in taking care of your body.
9. Natural products
Choose skincare products that contain natural ingredients, avoiding harsh chemicals that can cause long-term damage.
A few examples? Aloe vera is known for its soothing properties, coconut oil, which deeply moisturizes, and chamomile which fights inflammation.
Finally, dedicate yourself to a periodic detox routine to rid the body of accumulated toxins: drink purifying herbal teas, practice intermittent fasting or follow a temporary detox diet to restore internal balance and bring visible benefits to the skin, such as a brighter complexion and an improved texture.
Doglio Club, the reference point for body care in Cagliari
Taking care of your skin also means treating yourself to exclusive treatments such as those provided in the wonderful setting of Doglio Club, a real point of reference for beauty and physical and mental well-being in the centre of Cagliari, one of the many wonders of the elegant 5-star hotel Palazzo Doglio.
Personalised treatments such as the revolutionary BlueFit technology, the hydromassage, the Turkish bath, the sauna, and the precious Skin Care line by Natura Bissé, a leading company in research, development and innovation for skin care (on which Doglio Club holds the brand exclusively for Sardinia) offer truly unique experiences.
In particular, for a perfect body, it is worth mentioning 02 Body Perfection, lasting one hour at a cost of 95 euros, the treatment is rich in micronutrients that give new vigour to the skin, reduce cellulite and help eliminate toxins.
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