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Skincare Tips For Glowing Skin

Have you ever wanted to be comfortable in your own skin and not have to wear so much or any make up?  Would you like to be comfortable in allowing yourself to be seen when you wake up? Would you like to know the secrets to glowing skin? This is skin that is clear, alive and not dependent on daily make up. Yes, it is possible so read on.



The human body is made up of a third Genetics, which is genetics from your parents, grandparents and so on. Two thirds is what you feed it and the environment you expose your body to.  Most people often blame their genetics for their health problems. Discover how, by following the right advice, you can actually beat your genetics and take control and responsibility of your own health.




The benefits of having healthy natural skin include:


1.Spending less time getting ready. Most of us are time poor, very busy these days and spending less time getting ready and removing makeup before sleeping can be a real time saver, It will also mean not having to carry so much make up with us everywhere.


2. You will feel more attractive and have more confidence.


3. Studies have shown that attractive people are more employable.



If you or someone you know have skin concerns, you may have consulted a skin specialist. Most specialists would only see you for a few minutes and then prescribe steroid creams. This is a quick fix to the skin problem, however not a lasting solution as it does not address the root cause of the skin problem. This is because most people would not have a clue about what is actually happening below the skin. Chances are, due to shortage of time for your appointment, the specialist would not even have explained or show you what your skin looks like.





Your skin is your largest organ. You therefore need to have a healthy digestive system to feed your skin well. You will see from the depth of the above diagram that it takes quite awhile for nutrition to travel from inside your digestive system to feed the outer layer of your skin.  Pimples, Acne, Psoriasis and other skin problems are a result of toxicity build up from within the body. Applying steroid or other creams containing chemicals will only remove the problem temporarily and drive more toxins back into the body. This is the very reason why we do not recommend the use of antiperpirants. The name means you are preventing your skin from sweating or perspiring and this is not natural. Perspiration is the body’s natural means of removing toxins and fluids from our body.



If you are currently having skin problems, you need to be patient and disciplined if you are serious in achieving continued natural glowing skin. As we perspire, we need to replenish the liquids in our body, otherwise we will suffer from dehydration. So our first tip is to remain hydrated. This may be a challenge for most people as they find it inconvenient to keep going to the toilet, especially when they are outdoors. However, a lot of this is in the mind as most people who socialise do not have an issue with drinking glass after glass of alchohol or coffee and tea. These do not count towards the daily fluids of water and fruit juice you need to consume. When you drink 2 to 3 litres of liquids daily, the liquids will clean your cells of toxicity and as a result, it will give you healthier skin. It is also important to hydrate upon waking up as we perspire even during sleep, though we may not feel it.



Our second tip is to balance your meals. Where possible, each meal should be 80% alkaline and 20% acidic. Meats, rice, pasta, breads, nuts and fish may be good for you, however these are all acidic. Fruits and vegetables are alkaline. Cow’s dairy is acidic whereas goats dairy is alkaline.  So the next time you eat say a plate of rice with chicken, remember to balance it with 80% vegetables and herbs or eat a few fruits after the meal.


Our third tip is to have adequate quality sleep. Sadly, most leaders and motivational speakers who teach how to become financially free often say sleep is overrated and we need to sacrifice it to work more hours to earn faster. This is not recommended as our bodies need time to rest and recuperate from the daily stresses in life.  In order to get good quality sleep, invest in a good mattress, pillows, duvets and blankets if you are in a colder climate. For those is warmer and humid climates, invest in a fan or if you have air conditioning, put it on a timer so that it cools the room for several hours.



It is also important to have an uncluttered room with ideally no electronic devices either in the room or near your bed. Keep the room as dark as possible and electronic devices on silent mode. It is not healthy to sleep with your phone closeby as the radiation affects your brain whilst you are asleep. Using essential oils such as lavender and drinking camomile tea before sleeping will also help.



Our fourth  tip is skin brushing.  There are body and face brushes such as shown below.                                                               








Skin brushing exfoliates our skin and increases the radiance. You may not feel it, however our skin actually softens up after brushing similar to after brushing our hair. It unclogs the pores and helps the body to get rid of toxins, increasing circulation and energy.



You need to buy a brush that has got the right bristles. A lot of cheaper brushes are made with bristles that are made with plastic and not recommended. You need a brush that is made with a natural substance like aloe vera fibre, or some other fibre, that is natural.





Our fifth tip is eating red apples daily. You may have heard the saying “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. We recommend eating at least two red apples every day to keep all doctors away.  Eat a variety of red apples each week such as Braeburnm, Cox, Gala, Golden Delicious, Jonathan, Pink Lady and Red Delicious. Ensure you eat the skin of the apple as most of the nutrients are directly under the skin.



Our sixth tip is to keep your skin regularly moisturised with quality creams and oils such as avocado, coconut or olive oil. Creams should be free from harmful chemicals and one of the ones we personally use and recommend is called Celavive.


You can check out the products in the Celavive range by opening your own account here.


If you have severe skin concerns such as Psoriasis or Eczema, check out our Psoriasis Expert Secrets Course which has been independently rated the top 20% of courses on Coursemarks.com


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