How To Achieve A Normal Skin

What To Do and What To Avoid 

Many women are  bothered about how to maintain a smooth and healthy skin, and that is why the cosmetic industry have huge revenue and turn over all year round.

I used to have a neighbour many years ago, who could not as much as walk to the kiosk next street to buy something without wearing her heavy make-up to conceal the pimples and spots on her face.

What if such a woman knew a better way to achieve a normal skin, instead of having to stay perpetually under the weight of cosmetics!

In this short article, I want to show five quick, but effective ways to achieve a normal skin.

1. You Must Get Enough Sleep Everyday

Unbelievably, your sleeping habit plays a significant role in the way your skin will eventually turn out.

I will never forget an experience I witnessed many years ago while at the university.

It was during the examination period when students would skip sleep to ensure they read enough to prepare for our exams.

Achieve A Normal Skin

There was this young beautiful girl, a medical student at the time, who suddenly began to look haggard with pimples and acne all over her skin.

To make matters worse, on a particular examination day, the girl just ran out of the hall and started talking loud and wild. Her co-students had to rush towards her and took to the emergency ward of the school clinic.

That was the last of that girl I saw on that campus. She wanted to cheat nature, skipping many days of sleep in order to read. But the resultant effects on her skin and worse still, in her mental health, were horrible.

You need to realise that not having enough sleep is likely the cause of many skin blemishes that people have.

Beauty and skincare experts have discovered that stress is one of the major factors that contribute to unhealthy skin. With that said, how many hours of sleep in a day can be said to be enough? At least 8 hours of sleep a day is adequate! Why is adequate sleep so important?

One reason is that during the sleep cycle, the body readjusts itself to recover from daily stress. It’s an awesome work of nature which must not be cut short, because cutting it short can have an adverse effect on the skin and cause it to age prematurely! This is not where any woman wants to be.

Yes, no woman wants to put up with blemishes, wrinkles, acne, stretch marks and pimples. But the sad news is that if you do not get enough sleep, these ugly things will happen to your skin. If you are observant enough, this is why your skin looks gorgeous after a refreshing night sleep.

2. Drink Enough Water To Hydrate Your Skin

What quantity of drinking water is actually enough to hydrate your skin in a day? At least 8 to 10 glasses of water is recommended by experts.

Drink water

What quantity of drinking water is actually enough to hydrate your skin in a day? At least 8 to 10 glasses of water is recommended by experts.

Drinking of water is one of the best skin care practices you need to imbibe if you want to achieve a normal skin balance.

Keeping your skin hydrated is very important because dryness is what predisposes your skin to such adverse effects as cracking, bleeding, peeling and soreness.

However, your skin can beat dryness and get hydrated from the inside out, just by forming a healthy habit of drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water every day.

Aside from the hydration of your skin, drinking enough water daily is a healthy habit that helps in smooth digestion of your food, prevents constipation and gives you an overall healthy body.

This also reflects on your skin to a great extent.

3. Avoid Excessive Exposure to the Sun

While it is a known fact that mankind cannot exist without some degree of exposure to the sun, it is also noteworthy that excessive exposure to the sun is not skin-friendly.

In fact, prolonged exposure to the sun can cause unnecessary damage to your skin. This is why it is good you apply some wisdom in this area.

Use Sunscreen

What can you do to prevent your skin from excessive exposure to the sun? Find good sunscreen!

According to experts, something with an SPF of 30 and above can really go a long way to help, because it saves you the rigour of having to reapply it too frequently during the day.

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4. Constantly Disinfect Your Phone

Does that sound ridiculous? What has your phone got to do with the state of your skin?

A lot, my lady! The hard truth is that your phone is a hideout and breeding ground for plenty of bacteria.

Disinfect your phone

Unknown to many phone users, when they bring the phone in contact with their face, these bacteria can wreak havoc on their skin!

So what’s the phone use best practice in this regard? Always be armed with disinfectant - at least a small handy bottle, and disinfect your hand and phone regularly.

This will protect your skin from the breakouts that may result from these harmful bacteria.

5. Regulate Your Shower Temperature

Yes. That’s the truth. Don't keep the shower temperature too high, and don’t overstay under the shower, just because you get soothed and refreshed under the warm water temperature.

Regulate Your Shower Temperature

How long should you stay under the shower? 5-10 minutes is ideal. Also, you should avoid using very hot water to take your bath.

I remember a man I visited some years ago that blisters all over his body. The man bathes with very hot water.

Members of his house even said he wouldn’t let anybody mix his water for him. He uses it directly just after removing it from the heater. He only left the water to cool for a few seconds and started bathing with it.

The man’s skin had already turned to something else! This is what happens to your skin when you do not mind the shower temperature.

If you want very smooth and healthy skin, you cannot afford to gamble with just any water temperature on your body.

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