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To protect and lubricate your skin, apply shaving cream, lotion or gel before shaving. For the closest shave, use a clean, sharp razor. Shave in the direction the hair grows, not against it. Pat dry.

After washing or bathing, gently pat or blot your skin dry. Essential Tips for Maintaining Healthy Skin. Protect your skin from the sun. That means using an SPF 30 sunscreen on your face every day, even on days you don’t plan to leave the house or Protect your skin from dryness. The epidermis is made up of about 30 percent water, much of which is bound. Here are seven (7) tips to help you with maintaining a great, healthy skin this cold season: CHANGE YOUR FACIAL AND SKIN REGIMEN: This period, one’s moisturising regime has to totally change.

Essential Skin Care Tips If you are concerned with skin issues or skin problems, you have probably tried a number of over the counter skin care products. There are some simple, easy skincare remedies that you can try at home to keep your skin healthy and happy. Healthy Skin Skin is actually the largest organ of the body, and its cells can quickly become dehydrated and damaged from sun exposure and loss of moisture, resulting in a loss of elasticity. Properly caring for your skin can help you maintain a youthful glow and avoid uncomfortable conditions such as rashes or dry, flaky skin.

Your skincare routine requires commitment, not a miracle. It is necessary to implement healthy skincare practices to help improve the overall appearance of the skin. Poor skincare practices have been shown to contribute to premature aging, inflammation, acne, and reoccurring breakouts on the facial area.

For this reason, it is necessary to create a skincare Tips to Help Maintain Healthy. The skin is the first layer of encounter and a center of attraction. The duty of the skin is very important, such that taking care of it is like protecting the general health of the body.

Good skincare tips for acne and healthy lifestyle decisions can for-slow natural aging, take care of your skin, and prevent several skin diseases. 15 essential health tips. We should always be a little more active in health awareness. Because health is not the key to all happiness, so keep an eye on health. From now on, follow all the rules that are beneficial for maintaining health.

1) To increase the radiance of your skin, chew 15 grams of anise regularly every day. Washing less will help your skin maintain the oils that are so essential for protecting your skin – this is especially true as you get older. Modifying your daily routine by taking a bath rather than a shower, gentle towel drying and using moisturizing body washes instead of soap to help reduce the removal of oils from the skin. Tips on Maintaining Healthy Skin.

T he skin is the largest organ of the body. It is also the most exposed part of the body, most prone to injuries and most vulnerable to effects of the environment. Because of these, people must learn how to keep their skin healthy.

One must start from within in making the skin healthy.

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The three basic steps that everybody needs to follow irrespective of their skin type is: cleaning, toning, moisturizing.

“From XL to XS: A fitness guru's guide to changing your body” by Payal Gidwani Tiwari
from From XL to XS: A fitness guru’s guide to changing your body
by Payal Gidwani Tiwari
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Eating a diet high in water-laden fruits and vegetables is hydrating for the cells, keeping your skin radiant.

“Own Your Glow: A Soulful Guide to Luminous Living and Crowning the Queen Within” by Latham Thomas
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by Latham Thomas
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A well-balanced diet is important to maintaining healthy skin.

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Here I list some basic skin-care steps for all skin types.

“The Complete Beauty Bible: The Ultimate Guide to Smart Beauty” by Paula Begoun
from The Complete Beauty Bible: The Ultimate Guide to Smart Beauty
by Paula Begoun
Rodale, 2004

1–Essential fatty acids are critical: Eat ‘chia, sesame, sunflower seeds; take • Evening primrose oil 4000mg daily; apply “Sesame seed, jojoba, or Kukuinut oil, (nourish while cleaning off make-up); “Yoanna ALOE PEARL cream (recommended); “Nutricology SKIN GLOW Hyaluronic Acid softgels; Vitamin A & D 25,000/1,000.

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A good diet 15 essential for good skin, healthy hair and strong nalls.

“How to be Your Own Herbal Pharmacist: Herbal Traditions Expert Formulations” by Linda Page
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I learned a lot from the aestheticians who worked on my skin, and one of the best tips I got was to drink at least eight glasses of water a day.

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by Robin McGraw
Thomas Nelson, 2010

Step 3: If you have irregular sleep cycles and spend lot of nights staying up, then add an antioxidant like vitamin C and Omega fatty acids to your diet as well as your skincare regime.

“Age Erase: Your ultimate beauty bible to ageing gracefully” by Rashmi Shetty
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Random House Publishers India Pvt. Limited, 2014

Fortunately, decent genes, avoiding harmful body products, an excellent diet, and a natural lifestyle kept my skin healthy enough.

“Clean Skin from Within: The Spa Doctor's Two-Week Program to Glowing, Naturally Youthful Skin” by Trevor Cates
from Clean Skin from Within: The Spa Doctor’s Two-Week Program to Glowing, Naturally Youthful Skin
by Trevor Cates
Fair Winds Press, 2017

Vitamins: B, C and beta­carotene Minerals: potassium, calcium, iron and phosphorous Excellent skin cleanser.

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  • So since refined sugar is so bad, not saying it’s good for me since it’s still high in sugar, but what are your thoughts on like cane sugar or coconut sugar or liquids like maple or raw honey? Aside from the high sugar content, do these “sugars” cause the same damage like wrinkles as the refined sugar does?

  • mam i hv a lot of pimples specially on chin area….and they moslty leave spots…. my skin is sensitive….how to treat…suggest me ur video or any thing plzzz

  • Madam thanks for your videos, they are very helpful.

    I want to know how to get rid of dark circles under eyes and puffy eyes.. as there are so many videos already but they don’t work…can you share something on this topic

  • Love that you included “Eat a healthy diet” as part of your tips… i totally agree. I remember when i was eating more healthy foods my skin really glowed.

  • Also another big for oily skin use avocado of coconut oil instead of a moisturizer because if your face knows it has oil already it wont produce so much oil and coconut oil is especially good for skin:)

  • hi everyone,if anyone else is searching for healthy skin face try Jadonite Food Beauty Buddy (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? Ive heard some incredible things about it and my co-worker got cool success with it.

  • How many times should someone with combination skin exfoliate their face? And what products or DIYs are appropriate for exfoliation of combination skin?

  • Im a Vegan for the animals, environment and if course my health. I use natural products; cruelity free for my skin.
    Chlorophyll of all kinds sun chlorella barley juice matcha green tea e-3 live and yes to wheatgrass!!!!! Sprouted..and Organic foods…
    Think healthy thoughts.. Earthing on the sand or grass.. Going barefoot.. Seat salt scrubs with essential oils and yoga.
    Thank you for a nice video. New sub
    Bless be
    ��

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  • You just Got a new sub ������ In the beginning i followed every rule. I ate a lot of vegies, nuts fruits like orange and my diet was pretty healthy. But i Found it really hard saying no to sugar and stuff like that. I stopped eating vegies because it took so Long preparing, and forgot to eat fruits. Then i just gave up, i really didnt Care cause i thought “a little piece is not going to Ruin my skin”. The Day after i ate more candy, and more, and the next Day nothing happened to my skin. But that didnt last so Long. The point is… My skin is looking like shit and i really hope i Can get into this routine again. Thanks for reminding me��

  • Thank you for your videos, I really enjoy them and get a lot out of them. I have been following your tips to reduce sugar intake and clear skin:)

  • Hey I try this skin type test mine is not dry nor oil what is it what is my skin type but I do have small pimples. When our skin is dry we feel ripping off but not for me also I don’t feel much oily what should I do I don’t know my skin type.I tHought it was normal skin but how pimples come in normal so I n pls help me I need to find a clenser. If I need to find clenser I want to know my so n type

  • Please suggest supplements for healthy glow skin I am 24. I want to add collagen,Vitamin A,C and E and biotin supplements into my diet! Please reply must xxx

  • I concur with the elimination of dairy and sugars from the diet, because when I did that my acne, and breakouts, and other problems, and issues went away almost completely! The other thing I had to eliminate was high fructose corn syrup! I also had to find out which foods I was allergic to. Hope this helps!

  • I’ve had a healthy balanced diet for awhile now and my skin is still not like it used to be. Im pretty sure I have some hormonal issues due to my depo shot and smoking nicotine. Maybe not drinking enough water. Also just getting rid of toxins in my body through working out would probably help me a ton. I’m going to try getting rid of dairy just in case that’s what’s causing my worse skin.. I added a zinc supplement to my daily vitamins and I’m thinking of getting evening primrose in case its a hormone reason. I clean for work right now and I notice the chemicals really effect me as well but that’s why I bought some natural cleaning supplies to see if it’d help. My skins been better since I added hyaluronic acid serum and aloe vera, but its mostly near my neck, jawline, and around my mouth which is rare for me.

  • Thanks so much for posting! I want my skin to look healthier and I will definitely be using these tips! I love all the scientific facts that you shared!

  • Is jaggery considered as sugar?

    About the glycemic index that you mentioned: is it just rice CAKES or rice in itself raises sugar levels;
    And about Oats: all oats or just instant oats?
    Thanks.

  • Thanks for the dairy tip. I have been struggling as I have dairy yoghurt but mostly my diet is vegan although my milk is organic n kind to cows.

  • I absolutely LOVE your videos, you are not just talking to kill time and upload a video (like many youtubers do), but instead you provide educated and science backed information, brought to the point. What would be really helpful would be something like a printable “guide”, or just your slides, so we dont´t have to take notes during your videos:) Thanks again for your great work!

  • So I have combination AND sensitive skin…. I told my mother she just said it’s puberty which I do believe has an effect but u have had oily skin since I was little and it has gotten worse. I thank goodness have no big pimples, only a few small blackheads and texturized bumps. I want to go see a dermatologist as fast as possible because I do feel icky when my skin isn’t right or doesn’t look good. I have self respect for myself so I am always researching but being extremely careful. Just today I put on a body butter made of almond and my skin was so dry to the point it was peeling off. Only under my nose though. I put the residue of the butter of my nose and forehead since it was dry. A few hours later it started burning more than ever. Not only that but my cheeks also started burning. If anyone has any advice I would appreciate it. My skin is so sensitive to the point I can feel a pimple coming and know the exact spot.

  • Idk if I have kidney problems because no matter how much water I drink I’m always dehydrated �� I eat all organic btw (for the past 4-5 years)

  • so i have white bumps on my forehead and i’ve tried cleansing and washing and popping them and they just won’t go away any advice?

  • Ma’am when I applied aloe Vera to reduce pimples I noticed that it is itching and instead of reducing pimples it increased so what should I do?
    I am 14 yrs old

  • I have a normal skin i just use soap in my face. Then i learned that we should use sunscreen for anti aging purposes and after months of using it i felt that my face turns dry and have dark spots and blemishes it seems like it was not the usual face that i have and i was bothered what should i do

  • Hai Glamrs team I have prepared my own bath powder using orange peel powder, multani mitti, besan, oats powder, rice flour n turmeric. I am using this daily. my doubt is that will this powder acts like an exfoliator n how often can i use this powder.
    Thanks in Advance

  • I really enjoyed your video ❤️❤️I sell a face oil in my Etsy store that has helped me achieve clear skin. It’s literally the only think I use & I rarely get any pimples if any. Here’s the link if anyone wants to check it out https://www.etsy.com/shop/Skinbytae

  • Im only 9 and ik i shouldnt care about how i look BUTTT LIKKKKEEEE om not gonna go to school like a fat pig and acne. So i hope this helps!

  • What you eat can significantly affect your skin health.

    Make sure you’re getting enough essential nutrients to protect your skin. The foods on this list are great options to keep your skin healthy, strong, and attractive.
    https://youtu.be/fuE8BGS_kK0

  • It‘s not only about the water and what we do or don‘t. Hormones are a huge factor! Some people naturally/genetically have these better balanced than others unfortunately.

  • Hii mam..I don’t recognize my face typ.. Sometimes it gets oily and get allergy too by using lemon,Lotus/Lakme cream,papaya,milk,curd,max creams etc..I m using only Himalaya facewash other Himalaya product too creat allergy typ acne..plzz mam can I get rply..I need ur advice��

  • Hey! You may want to use a cleansing balm instead of makeup wipes. 1. THEY ARE TERRIBLE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT 2. There can still be makeup in your pores if you don’t scrub hard enough 3. If you do scrub hard enough you could be damaging your skin (not terribly but yeah)

  • Hello mam,

    These hormones could be present in the milk. Hormonal fluctuations can cause acne.

    I eat clean for the most part, but because I’m not genetically blessed with clear skin I experience breakouts about twice a month

    Your information is so well researched and beautifully presented. Thank you so much

    https://yourparadisehealing.com/amino-energy/

  • oh that was what i am waiting for.Lyfestyle ah Ilove life style very much and its important to mine life as food could u belive that??????hmmm

  • Hi when i always get up in the morning i see that on the part of my nose is oily may i know what is my skin type and can u plz make a video on how to remove pimples

  • For getting healthy skin from inside, there’s no specific rule. You just need to lead a balanced life ��������. Who agree with me?Hit the like button.

  • I love this kind of content and that you talked about the benefits of fats! I feel like no one talks about that but they’re so good for our skin’s natural barrier. <3

  • I’m a guy and I stopped using all products and I just use a washcloth and gently wipe my face in the morning and at night my skin is really good! No moisturizer, no cleanser, nothing

  • Tips of mine: 1: Wash your face without water, then add water to activate the wash, then rinse with water 2: Pat dry your face 3: Dont put oil on your skin 4: Use sunblock 5: Wash your face when waking up and going to bed 6: Use little amounts of products that are good 7: Dont use cotton pads 8: Dont use peel off masks 9: Pat things into your skin don’t rub (unless it’s cleanser or moisturiser ig) 10: Buy products that are right for your skin type 11: Use korean skincare as it’s usually so much better for your skin than US/UK products hope this helps some of you

  • Am I the only one here looking at the people saying they’re trying to improve their skin for school when school is canceled from the virus rn! ��

  • other skincare tips
    drink at least 5 waters bottles a day
    buy some skincare supplies
    eat healthy
    workout
    wash face at least 3-4 times a day
    keep hair out of face
    *maybe cut your sideburn/sidebangs*(they cause pimples/acne on the side of skin)
    dont pop pimples
    it will go away once you grow up
    hope these helped:)

  • The way you put your videos together is so creative. You actually put a lot of thought into your organization and transitions, I respect that! Plus your personality is great ^_^

  • Use coconut oil massage every night before bed it acts as a make up remover as well as moisture your skin..
    Drink green tea atleast twice a day..

  • Anybody know what is Fopobiacne Secrets about? I hear a lot of people get rid of their acne problem with this popular acne treatment.

  • I have been having really crappy skin the past few months. Since watching this vid four days ago (and all I did was stop using products on my face, including ance wash and make up) and my skin is so much clearer and looks the best it has in a while!
    Very simple and solid advice ��

  • Thanks for the video it really helped me alot. I feel my skin is smooth now. Also because of it i feel active now. Also sharing with you guys a post for 5 ways to take care of your skin. Check it out here:
      https://www.ayurvedatown.com/5-ways-to-take-care-of-your-skin-during-the-covid-19-crisis/

  • I hear lots of people keep on talking about Fopobiacne Secrets. But I’m uncertain if it is good. Have you ever tried this popular acne remedy?

  • I agree with not listening with not listening to celebrities but I work with dermatologists and some of what you’re saying you are winging it.

  • Mam i completed graduation when i was in 1st year i got sk8n allergy due to sweet near under arms,saddle bag, and near thigs and still was suffering from the allergy went for many clinics and used mny creams and soaps but still these allergies are damaging my beauty plz suggest me how get rid of these allergy and use keto soap but no use of it

  • My skin became perfect for the first time in my life when I:

    1. Stopped eating fruits and vegetables and started eating only meat, milk and dairy.

    2. Began eating plenty of fresh butter, beef tallow and lard.

    3. Started grounding every morning and evening out in the pasture.

    4. Started changing my pillowcase every morning with a freshly laundered one.

    I also use my grandmother’s tallow balm during the winter months when my skin feels more dry. 51 years old, no wrinkles, no pimples or blackheads.

  • All excellent tipsPLUS living here in very sunny Arizona☺��, lots of mineral SUNSCREEN every, single day and always sunglasses to protect our delicate eyes��:)

  • My bestfriend: drinks and eats whatever, doesn’t even use a pillowcase, does her makeup everyday multiple times for fun, doesn’t use skincare or have a routine, and has clean skin and never had a pimple

    Me: drinks almost a galloon if lemon water a day, has a routine morning and night, changes a satin pillow case each week, washes face twice a day, never wears makeup (I’ve never worn makeup), and has random bumps and pimples that won’t go away ����‍♀️����‍♀️

  • Mineral water evain salads and whole foods are all good ����❤️ thank you lots of love from London Lawrence our beautiful son Simon and Anne Marie ��❤️������������

  • Also I would recommend switching out your pillowcase EVERYDAY!! Or using a silk pillowcase;) All your dirt and grime on your face can transfer to your pillow in just one night sometimes (depends on how oily your skin is)

  • I am a 17 year girl I never followed any skin care routine or applied makeup Sometimes I feel a little bit oily in my nose area but not in forehead…and in summer its a little bit oily but its alright if I wash it with even normal water and in winter it’s to dry..and it seems rough and looks so much dull…I m still confused about my skin type after watching so many videos on this topic. What shoul I do??

  • Dermatologists do nothing. They prescribe steroids and antibiotics. The bacteria eventually becomes immune to them and it will always come back and f*cks up your system overall.

  • Also others tips are:
    1. Try not to touch your face since if you have bacteria and dirt on your hands it will just get all over your face. 2. Make sure you have enough vitamin A and vitamin D 3. Drink at least 4 cups of water a day because water helps to hydrate your skin 4. If you have dry skin dry to use a oil product 5. Wash your face with warm water

  • I dont really have dairy but sometimes i go through a period where i will have milk in the morning and i have always noticed a massive difference in my skin a couple of weeks after i have been drinking it. As soon as i cut it out again, my skin goes back to normal.

  • If you’re too lazy to change your pillow cover like me/or dont have enough pillowcovers, you could use freshly washed t-shirts (or any recently washed clothing) over the pillow and change it every week or so.

  • Hi Ria! I was just curious about the dressing you were using on your quino, cucumber, purple cabbage, and almond salad in the video clip. Was it something you made or bought at your grocery store?

  • My skin care routine is:
    Mango scrub
    Water
    Vaseline
    And I have good skin but lately I have not been massaging soap in my skin and I have spots

  • 1. Eat healthy fats.
    2. Less is more, use less products.
    3. Wait it out, don’t pop pimples. It takes 4 to 5 days to form a pimple and the same days to get rid naturally.
    4. Wash your pillow sheets every 1 to 2 weeks.
    5. Vitamin deficiency or diet imbalance
    6. avoid acne products. They strip your natural produced skin oil. Use: Dermatologist advised products.
    7. Makeup Detox. Let your skin breath.
    8. Own your skin. Try to be confident.

  • Tbh it’s true a good diet can change your whole skin! I had been doing a perfect diet since 1 month and I did saw changes on my skin it became glowly, I got less acne and wonderful skin.

  • Just watch this and it is true.. I do a calorie restriction diet and after 3 months my hair start to fall out and I think my skin is getting rougher than it used to be. Starting to change my diet intake

  • Hmm……was wondering about the face behind that beautiful and soothing voice. I see now. Reminds me of a star trek episode about a distress call from a planet, recorded hundreds of years before it reached The Enterprise. But off course, all had been lost on the planet when the ship finally, arrived. Turns out, it was a computer generated call on repeat….

  • My boyfriend is so bad for popping pimples. He asks me to do it for him and I’m like naaaaa mate it will go by itself but he doesn’t listen and I end up doing it because he doesn’t stop nagging. When he sees a spot on my face he tries to hard to try and pop it, I have to fight him. He doesn’t understand how bad it is����

  • I love her tips! I wanted to share with you all a product that has been really been helping my previously dull and dehydrated looking skin. My skin is looking so glowing now and I’ve been getting so many compliments on my skin. Even my dad noticed! That’s when you know the glow is real. Check out NU BEAUTY’s Vitamin C and HA serum at wwww.nubeautycosmetics.com. Just wanted to share this product with you all. The point she made about eating healthy fats/foods is super important too. Healthy skin also starts from the inside!

  • this corona break is my opportunity to try new skincare products bc i have sensitive skin and i can see which work best, so i can return to school next year with perfect skin. when my skin clears up i know i will feel like a QUEEN.

  • Plz make a separate video on normal skin no one in the internet is talking about the normal skin type……. Thanks and the chanel makes me glow always ��

  • I have some news for you, insulin shoots up just the same with whole grains. Your recipes mostly spike insulin due to the whole grains and fruit. Use a glucose meter before you eat to know your beginning number, then again 30 minutes after you eat and prove me wrong!

  • She knows what she is talking about!! Love how she mentioned about the acne products. I tried all them when I was a teen and they all made it worse. It’s bad how they advertise it and she is so right!! Less is more. You are very clever as well as beautiful ❤️

  • Clean skin&hair,clean hands and clean bowels are basic things i always keep in mind because they add to all other skin care routines i do. Your tips are useful ��

  • One of my tips is to take it easy on the makeup. I’ve noticed that when I wear makeup and that’s only for an evening out or a party I do break out. And I use good makeup.

  • You said that instant oats are a high glycemic food but I eat them everyday because I don’t have time for regular oats, what’s the difference between the 2?

  • Could someone please tell me how to get a good sleep? I can’t sleep well and it’s hard to fall asleep, so I sleep so late at night and it makes me so tired every morning

  • I scrub my face with berry scrub and after this use carbonited bubble mask then apply pink clay mask then a rose toner and vitamin e oil on face i know its a long process buti do this every day my skin feels like a baby’s bum i do drink water alot and get it fresh from my private water wel

  • Just started watching your channel.
    Thank you for simplicity, it shouldn’t be a mathematical course to figure out good nutrition and lifestyle.

  • Can anyone knows about sunscreens for each skin type?? I have a combination and sensitive skin type.. Suffering from sunspots on my face��

  • This is misinformation. Complex carbohydrates are starches, whereas the other type of carbohydrate simple carbs are sugars. Pasta, wheat flour are complex. White sugar(sucrose) fruit sugar(fructose), lactose (milk sugar). These are simple sugars. The complex, fibrous take the body longer to break down and release energy.

  • A tip from natural medicine,for wrinkle free skin keep the belly button Wet with oil use olive oil,dip the finger in olive oil and apply it in the belly button, two to three times a day especially at night,the skin will become soft, it’s an ancient asian trick

  • Drink plenty of green tea also. I’m almost 57 & get many compliments on my skin. Very little gray hair alsoI have never dyed my hair��. Vegetarian diet for over 8yrs mostly plant based. Antioxidants is the key.