live bacteria that reduce inflammation and support gut health. Probiotics can also help increase hydration in the skin.
Pineapples are full of bromelain, which has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties making them essential for the skin. Pineapples are rich in vitamin C, which promotes collagen production, has antioxidant properties, and may support new skin cells.
External Care: It’s essential to know how the skin works – one trick won’t’ help it alone
Nurturing your skin from the inside out is critical; however, topical treatment is necessary. When you implement internal and external skincare strategies, you increase your chances of having much healthier skin. The wrong products could hinder your process as they could exacerbate your skin.
Is your skin oily, dry, normal, or do you have a combination? Knowing this will help determine the types of products you should use. Using the right products for your skin type yields the most successful results since it works for you rather than against you.
Now that you know what foods to eat and the importance of identifying your skin type – it’s time to introduce a regimen. What you decide to use is essentially up to you. Still, all routines should avoid abrasive facial scrubs as they can be damaging – and should include a gentle cleanser, toner, moisturizer, a good serum, and sunscreen (for indoor and outdoor use).