They often say that your first impression lasts forever. Well, skin is the first impression of your body. Therefore, keeping your skin healthy can grant you a ton of advantages – and by that I mean making impressions at job interviews as well.
Skin is the outermost layer of your body and requires special attention as it is most exposed to the environment. It not only protects, but is also an indicator of the health of the internal organs.
Any dermatologist will tell you that it is important to have regular check-ups for your skin. Look out for lumps, moles, itches or inflamations.
Drinking plenty of fruit juices ensures that skin receives vital minerals and vitamins to keep it looking fresh, healthy and glowing. A mild soap should be used to wash the face twice daily. Moisturizers soothe dry, cracked and damaged skin.
When going out in sunny days, use tans as they block out harmful sun rays. Drinking plenty of water not only keeps the internal organs well maintained but also flushes the skin, removing metabolic waste.
Excessive sunlight can cause skin cancer, so remember to use a good sun-block lotion, especially if you are out on the beach. Save your skin! After all, its your skin that saves you from the Sun’s harmful UV rays.
Article publié pour la première fois le 02/10/2012