Running is great exercise for improving overall health. It helps by reducing stress and improving cardiovascular function. Running is also great for improving your skin health: regular exercise can help prevent wrinkles by maintaining healthy levels of cortisol (hormone which breaks down collagen), supplying skin with oxygenated blood to give a healthy glow and repair skin damage from the sun and environmental pollutants.
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If healthy skin can be achieved by living a healthy lifestyle, eating a well-balanced diet and following a consistent skin care regimen, do you really need to get professional facials? While professional facials can be […]
Holidays are a time to enjoy and unwind, but sometimes it can be a bit of a hassle to squeeze in some time for yourself. What you need to change in your skincare during the […]
While waiting for the holidays, you might as well get some useful tips on getting rid of stress. Might come in handy for the cold days to come!
The Benefits Of Yoga From mySkin. Get working with Yoga in your wellness routine- feel fit, fine and happy :)
Is your skin trying to tell you something? Though you religiously wash and exfoliate every day, your skin is getting drier and more acne prone. Moreover, that zit turned up even though you just had your facial spa yesterday! While we all know that taking care of your skin and pampering it is good, overdoing your regimen is not. Don't Stress with your skin- be skin happy.
Guest blogger, M Rochell shares 10 simple tips to keep your skin looking flawless, blemish free, soft and glowing!
Good looks today are not only about your external beauty and your internal youthfulness. With the wellness industry booming one cannot help but realize that beauty is, indeed, skin deep. But I was in for a shocker when I found that high blood pressure, a disease so seemingly far removed from skin aging, can actually be a big contributor to those budding lines on your face!
What role does lifestyle play in your skin's appearance? As the mind is capable of dealing with stress to a certain level its limitations can be expressed through the body, such as a decreased metabolism and dull skin. Dark circles, wrinkles, fatigue can be enhanced due to stress.