Depending on which part of the country you reside, this winter has been a cold one and you may be faced with itchy, dry winter skin. It stands to reason that with less moisture in the air, there is less moisture in your skin. And where do you go when it’s cold? Inside… where the heat can be just as dehydrating!
Simply put, youthful, beautiful skin is a reflection of what is going on inside your body at a cellular level. To understand the entire aging process, one must start at the cellular level. The well-established free radical theory of aging states that mitochondria are the major source of toxic oxidants. The consequence of this destructive activity is an inefficient cell and a body we recognize as aged with – you guessed it – wrinkled skin.
Before you slather on sunscreen for your next family beach day, ballpark date or bicycle ride, it’s a good idea to get schooled on the basics. Skin cancer rates are on the rise and sunscreen has been proven to decrease the development of skin cancer. There are plenty of misconceptions when it comes to sun protection, so it’s important to get your facts straight.
The familiar adage “beauty comes from within” has been bandied about since time in memoriam. However, now there is a growing body of scientific evidence supporting the theory that youthful, beautiful skin is, indeed, a reflection of what is going on inside your body at the cellular level.
There is a multi-billion industry dedicated to cosmetic beauty, but did you know that you can enhance your beauty from the inside out? That’s right, scientific research now proves that certain foods can boost beauty naturally. Here are four tasty, skin saving suggestions.