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Are you causing your skin to age?

 

To much Coffee and Alcohol

These drinks are diuretics that inhibit the absorption of water.  You don't need to cut them out completely, just enjoy in moderation.  If you are like a lot of people who need coffee to function its ok, just add more water to your diet.







2. Be Mindful of What You Are Eating

 The skin is an organ, and like the rest of your organs it needs the proper nutrients to function.  So think twice about that junk food. 








3. Not getting the right amount of sleep.

7-10 hours of sleep is needed so your body has time to rejuvenate.

 








4. Stop Skipping Meals.

As mention the skin needs nutrients.  Skipping meals deprives the skin of nutrients. Eat 3 times daily, your skin, mind and body will thank you.








5.Get Moving

Regular exercise stimulate blood flow, decreases stress, and releases healthy hormones. 








For more info on habits that cause your skin to age go check out this article

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