You’ve seen Ellen DeGeneres breaking out into jigs on her show. You probably itch to jump off your couch and join her! Have you also noticed her glowing “happy” skin which she proudly attributes it to a fit dance routine.
Jokes notwithstanding, Salsa, Tango, Zumba, Freestyle dancing, Hip-hop and Ballet are all popular dancing styles that are fun exercise moves known to be excellent for a healthy cardiovascular system. They also promote great skin health. No kidding- here’s how:
Keeping a healthy vibrant skin!
Dancing is a great way to exercise, keep your body fit and flexible, and even reduce stress. We all know one of the first places to take a “stress beating” is the skin. Right from dull and lifeless skin, acne, dryness, aging and fine lines, the skin gets affected enough to stress you out even more. What a vicious cycle!
Dancing, as a form of exercise helps in relieving stress and improves the circulation of the body, resulting in vibrant skin.
Glow baby, glow!
Good circulation means a good blood flow; and a good blood flow means a better supply of oxygen and nutrients to the skin cells, which in turn promotes skin cell renewal and younger looking skin. You can bump those free radicals right off the charts and jive with increased skin cell detoxification!
Reduce that inflammation!
An exercise like dancing helps in regulating the body’s skin-significant hormones. This reduces inflammation, in turn reducing the manifestation of skin related problems like eczema.
Say b-bye to Acne!
It’s simple! When you dance, you sweat. When you sweat, oil and dirt trapped in the pores of your skin are dislodged. Partner this with an increased blood flow, and you’re sure to win the ‘Miss healthy skin, out and in’ dancing title (Y)
So, what’s your dancing style going to be?
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