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FIGHT DRYING SKIN FROM WITHIN

 

The old adage is you are what you eat and it’s especially true when we’re talking about your skin... When you have dried-out skin, you might be lured into lathering on creams and other products for instantaneous relief. Although topical treatments are indispensable in managing the effects of dry skin, handling skin by having a diet containing essential oils might also help.

 

YOUR SKIN WORKS WONDERS WHEN YOU MAINTAIN GOOD LEVELS OF THESE OILS:

 

OIL FROM AVOCADOS

Avocados are full of Vitamin A and essential antioxidants. These oils are easily absorbed, allowing their natural nutrients to be absorbed where they are needed most, making them an exceptional, natural, skin softener.

 

OIL FROM COCONUT

Coconut oil permeates hydration directly into dried-out skin, whether used as a topical remedy or consumed. You can ingest the oil of coconuts simply by cooking with it, putting it in drinks or smoothies, as a stand-in for butter, or by just taking a spoonful of it each day.

 

OIL FROM FLAXSEED

Oils from Flaxseed help fight off the appearance of dehydrated and coarse skin. It’s also identified in helping skin conditions like acne, forms of psoriasis, redness & rosacea and even eczema. It can be taken ingested raw or found in capsules.

 

OIL FROM OLIVES

Oils found in olives help to moisturize skin, contributing healthy doses of Vitamins A & E. If you suffer from very dry or rough skin add a tablespoon or two of olive oil to your daily intake. You can start incorporating olive oil by taking it by itself, using it on salads, and substituting it in the place of of butter.

 

OILS FROM SEED & NUTS

Seeds and nuts comprise great forms of fatty acids, lots of vitamins, important minerals, mono-unsaturated fats, and tons of antioxidants. They nourish skin, encourage skin-elasticity, help in regenerating skin cells, and guard against environmental influences like free-radicals.

 

Try including nuts like raw walnuts, unsalted pistachios, raw sunflower seeds, raw almonds, raw pumpkin seeds and even untouched hazelnuts as a hale and hearty snack.

 

These are all great forms of essential fats that assist in helping combat dry skin through reinforcing skin cells. Start incorporating these nutrients into your diet each and watch dry skin issues vanish. But beware, more isn’t essentially healthier. Monitor the guidelines presented in this article, and you should be on en route to properly hydrated, healthy-appearing skin.

 

About the Author: Thai Morrison, superstar esthetician and founder of her very own day spa  & skin care collection, understands that ideal skin is seldom attained with a “universal approach.” Thai’s 20 years as a luminary esthetician and as one Dallas’s favorite skin care professionals, has generated a “real life” answer — products & services that are geared towards each of the different, individual skin types so you get precisely what is needed to look and feel your best.

 

About the Products: At Kanvas Skincare, we desire for our customers to be well-educated before enjoying any of our products. We hope your results will be enhanced once you know what to anticipate, have more realistic standards and objectives, as well as recognize what we are fixated on doing for you. If there are any other questions or concerns you may be having, please contact us at info@kanvasskin.com

 

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