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Natural Beauty Skin Care Tips
Keeping your skin fresh and healthy in this era of pollution and dust is really a great challenge. But with proper care and healthy routine, it’s easy to maintain your beauty for long and prevent aging. Some of the effective tips that help your skin to glow and reflect your great personality are:
• Protect your skin from harmful ultra violet (UV) rays. UV rays causes skin cancer and also makes your skin to age faster with unsightly wrinkles.
• Drink plenty of water (at least 8 glasses a day). It is very essential for good health which in turns leads to healthy skin.
• Keep your skin clean. Use a soft warm cloth. Skin does not require scrubbing.
• Take a well balanced diet. Include lots of fruits and vegetables. Improper eating habits can cause depression, weight gain, illness and an overall lethargy.
• Maintain a proper weight because weight gain causes your skin to stretch and as you get older, it loses its elasticity and you're left with sagging skin.
• Do physical activities for at least 30 minutes per day. Or 30 minutes of vigorous aerobics, or 12 minutes of weight lifting and 18 minutes of walking.
• Always try to be happy and relax. Talk to your friends, family or anyone you like and be in a happy mood.
• Take a good sleep of minimum eight hours. Avoid sitting a lot in front of computers, laptops or television. It makes you tired and may affect your health.
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