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Your skin plays a vital role in protecting your body, so it’s important to take steps to promote skin health. Caring for your skin doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming, and can quickly become second nature, like brushing your teeth. How? Let’s check it out.
1. Limit sun exposure
We all need sun exposure. When the skin is exposed to sunlight, our body makes vitamin D, which helps the body absorb calcium for stronger and healthier bones. But too much exposure to the sun’s unprotected ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause skin damage, eye damage, immune system suppression, and skin cancer.
2. Stay hydrated
Drinking enough water / fluids is important for health. In addition to drinking enough fluids, keeping skin moist is very important for skin protection. Dry skin can have a small gap in the skin barrier that allows the entry of bacteria and fungi. Well-hydrated skin maintains flexibility and is less likely to become cracked or scaly.
3. Use gentle skin care products
Washing your face is important for removing dirt, oil, germs, and dead cells from your skin. However, rubbing your face can cause irritation and cause cracked skin that can become vulnerable. It is better to avoid skin care products that cause abrasive peels.
4. Know your skin
Check your skin regularly to find out the increase in moles and other signs of possible skin cancer. Certain skin conditions should be visited by a dermatologist, including frequent pimples, inflamed or irritated dry skin, and skin rashes and irritations that do not disappear, because this can be a sign of one of many types of dermatitis, or inflammation of the skin.
Good skin care and healthy lifestyle choices can help delay natural aging and prevent various skin problems.
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