Skin is a fiber mesh work of proteins like collagen and elastin keeping our skin firm and structured. As we age naturally these are bound to weaken but other factors like increased exposure to UV and pollutants, lifestyle, diets, skin type, products used influence premature aging of the skin. What we apply on our skin must be good enough to eat like 60% of what meets our skin goes directly into our bloodstream. Clean and natural ingredients should be prioritized as to reduce the adverse effects of using chemical loaded anti-aging creams lotions which can lead to irritation, temporary fixations, long-term respiratory issues, and even cancer. Oils are super foods for the skin and nourishing the skin the right way with a good day-night regime is a long-term solution to a youthful looking skin. Our skin needs essential vitamins, nutrients, antioxidants to go on it and go in through our food. Oils like Jojoba rich in vitamin E and C replicate the natural sebum production in the skin, pomegranate rich in antioxidants which protect the skin cells from free radicles (unstable molecules that damage the cells genetic parts). Frankincense essential oil is a powerful astringent, very regenerative and repairs skin from within. It is also vital to not only take care of your facial skin but also areas around the neck, hands, feet which start showing signs of aging rather quickly. Our diet can help make our skin healthier and youthful. Plenty of fresh fruits and green, leafy vegetables are recommended, Vitamin C which is responsible for collagen production found in oranges, lemon, broccoli, kale. Vitamin A from carrots, antioxidant-rich berries must be included in our diet. Nuts are a good source of Vitamin E, healthy fats, selenium, magnesium, and other micronutrients. Eating foods high in sugars, refined carbohydrates accelerate aging of skin and inflammation. A most effective way for clear youthful skin is water which helps to flush out toxins. It is also important to exercise a little to maintain normal perspiration of skin.

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