Beware - These Daily Habits Harm Our Skin!

Our Skin is a perfect Reflection of Health – says an Expert!

It is known that, there are some factors such as natural ageing that bring about changes in skin, but many a times it is our lifestyle and unhealthy habits that cause skin damage. Let us get to know a few of them.


Eating Lot Of Sugar Foods :

Consuming sugary food causes insulin levels to spike leading to inflammation throughout the body. This results in sagging skin and wrinkles.


Getting Exposed To Sun Excessively :

Our skin needs about 20 minutes exposure to sun daily to consume Vitamin D for a healthy skin. But excess exposure to sun can damage our skin leading to skin dryness, dark spots, premature ageing, pigmentation etc.


Taking Hot Shower Baths :

Taking bath in luke warm water is always recommended. On the contrary, if we take bath in hot water it leads to skin dryness, itching or even skin peeling.


Excessive Exfoliation Of Skin :

Exfoliation is a process of removing dead skin cells. Exfoliating is good for the skin only if it is done once or twice a week. But excessive exfoliation causes an imbalance in the moisture levels leading to premature ageing.


Smoking :

Nicotine reduces blood flow to the skin, which means it does not get enough oxygen and nutrients. Smoking greatly speeds up skin aging.


Next time when you complain about skin related issues – just pause and think if you are following right lifestyle and a healthy diet!

 -  Priya Ganapathi

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