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Acupressure For Healthy Skin
Fruits, nuts, veggie: Eat fresh fruit, vegetables. Avoid sugar and starch. Eat lean non-processed meats. Avoid saturated fats. Eat plenty of mono-saturated fat in its place (olive oil). Finally, get plenty of omega-3 fatty acids found in flax seed oil and fish. This recipe should keep you healthy, as well as having better skin! ...Read more
Retin-A: Retin-a users reported improvements in skin texture, including diminished wrinkles and brown spots. Early studies soon confirmed its anti-aging effects. In 1988, dr. Voorhees and his colleagues at michigan published the first double-blind study of retin-a’s effect on photodamaged skin and found that all 30 patients who completed the 16-week study showed statistically significant improvement. ...Read more
Exfoliate.: Simply exfoliating will help you rid yourself of dead skin cells. There are those puffy exfoliating body sponges that are a daily and inexpensive way to do this. ...Read more
Multi-Vits: All vitamins are helpful for ggod skin and health in general --a good multi-vit is usually all you need. ...Read more
No: There is no scientific evidence to support this but it will get your day off to a sweet start. ...Read more
So will anything bad happen if I get the medicated disks for warts on healthy skin? Will the skin grow back?
Not necessary: The key to healthy skin is avoid sun exposure & smoking. Important skincare includes exfoliation, collagen stimulation & sun protection on a daily basis. Antioxidant serums can help prevent sun damage & skin cancer, & some contribute to collagen stimulation. If you use a vitamin c based serum make sure it is a stable product, otherwise it can accumulate free radicals (the opposite of antioxidant). ...Read more
Nutrient dense foods: Eat foods that are nutrient dense (like meat, fish, poultry, eggs, cheese, low starch vegatables and water) avoid foods that are not nutrient dense (like starches and sugars, including fruit) avoid sugars, fried foods, vegatable oils like canola & soy, meats that are cured wth nitrates & nitrites, aspartame, splenda, partially hydrogenated vegetable oils, maragarine, soy based products, sweetened. ...Read more
Wash your face: Wash your face before you go to sleep. Apply an anti aging product after you wash, and then apply a moisturizer. Consider getting a clarisonic brush to wash your face. Consider watching my video on Acne- even though you may not have acne, there are a lot of great tips in the talk for healthier looking skin. Find a dermatologist in your neighborhood. andhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_GzrzU5eQ ...Read more
Pangea Organics: Try pangea products. They are plant based (not weird chemicals), organic, vegan, cruelty-free, gluten-free and fairtrade. The high antioxidant content found in these products supports collagen retention, helps stimulate micro-circulation, gently purifies, brightens skin tone and helps prevent discoloration and moisture loss. http://www.pangeaorganics.com/buffalo. ...Read more
My recipe: Consistent, good skincare is powerful & leads to healthy, glowing skin. Exfoliation every day with glycolic acid wash & topical keeps your skin acidic & sheds dull coarse skin cells. This stimulates new skin cells to develop which are better at making collagen, protecting from sun damage & preventing skin cancer. Retinoids reverse sun damage, stimulate collagen, provide radiance. Sunscreen daily. ...Read more
Try to clean: Up your diet so you have minimized processed foods. Focus on a colorful palette of vegetables and fruits. Eat healthy fats like avocados and nuts. Remember, to a certain extent you are what you eat. Also you are what you put on your skin. Avoid harsh chemicals and washing your skin too much. If you use products, ideally try to find products with ingredient list that are short and pronounceable ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is fat necessary to have healthy skin? Lizzie Velasquez has that disease where she has no fat and her skin ages....
Yes: Yes, fat is necessary for healthy skin. ...Read more