4 easy steps to de-stress your skin
With so much going on this holiday season, it’s no surprise that you're feeling and seeing symptoms of stress everywhere, even on your face. Wrinkles you didn’t see last week has suddenly appeared overnight, dryness, blotching, and a dull complexion have found its way into your life and to make matters worse, the new year is just beginning. But, just as you take steps to de-stress your life, you can start implementing the four simple steps below to de-stress your face, making your skin look and feel better than it ever has. Now that's how you bring in the New Year!
We’re so focused on deadlines and time; we forget to stop for a minute and take in a deep breath or two. According to Harvard Health Publications, breathing deeply throughout the day allows oxygen to fill the lungs helping to slow the heartbeat and lower and or stabilize blood pressure. In the end, breathing deeper throughout the day minimizes the onset and appearance of early aging.
Hydrate The Alkaline Way.
Hydrating the body with alkaline water is a natural and healthy way to remove toxins and impurities from within the body and prevent common diseases. Doing this will not only help skin cells function normally but will also minimize puffiness and ward off dehydration. Two signs that can cause the skin to appear drier and older.
Enough Tension Please!
Tension prevents the natural muscles in the face from relaxing, therefore accentuating fine lines and wrinkles. So before you frown or tense up, think about the lines forming underneath the skin. Practice smiling more; it's a great habit.
The best thing for a dull, lackluster complexion is to make it glow. Don’t neglect your favorite exfoliant and glowing serum. If brilliantly formulated, exfoliants will shed the top layer of dull skin while vitamin packed brightening serums work quickly to improve the appearance of a lifeless complexion.
There you have, four basic steps you can start NOW to feel better and look years younger.
Cheers to healthy and happy skin!
K.D. Gates \ celsaderm.com
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