Treat Your Skin

January 3, 2017

skin-care-multiIf the spirit of the New Year has you making improvements, make sure to treat your skin.

Our skin has more factors than we typically think about working on it—skin plays a role in our health, keeping pathogens out, taking environmental damage (from sun, dryness, and pollution), and supporting microbial colonies that support and protect our health; our skin will also reflect what we eat, and really, reflect our overall health and lifestyle! It deserves a little extra attention.

If you’re working to improve your health, mood, hobbies, or just keep your looks a bit younger as the years pass by, your skin is a central part of that plan. It makes up a big part of what you project—in the mirror back to yourself and to the world. And that reflection can impact a lot of things. If you’re going to make new friends, improve your mood, energy, and more, don’t overlook your skin! Make sure it has support from something like Anti-Aging Skin Regenerator.

How does skin impact things like mood and energy? It’s not just feeling good about your looks. Common skin conditions like acne, rosacea, or just minor and uncared for cuts and scrapes cause inflammation as your body works to heal your skin. If you’ve got another chronic condition (from diabetes, to heart health woes, to something like Lyme Disease that’s pathogen triggered) a little extra inflammation can really tip the scales you’re already battling. If you’re otherwise healthy, the inflammation that builds up can slowly drain your energy and weigh down your mood, becoming one of those things where you don’t realize how bad it is until it’s gone.

Prevention is always the best first step, if you can. The obvious things like drinking lots of water, wearing sunscreen, and immediately treating injuries does a lot. (So does extended care for injuries, keeping them clean, moist, and out of the sun). A healthy diet impacts everything, and that can really show on your skin, as does stress!

When you need support beyond the health basics (and who doesn’t in this modern world?) some great all-around care can be found in Humic and Fulvic Acid. While it’s becoming popular as a dietary supplement, you can deliver its macro nutrients right to your skin with Anti-Aging Skin Regenerator where it helps fight acne and other skin conditions, lines, wrinkles, and even age spots.

Adding it to your daily grooming routine is as quick as a spray after your shower, and it’s comparably cheaper than the expensive creams (which sometimes use Humic and Fulvic Acid as a fraction of the ingredients!). And sprays deliver skin support to hard to reach places with no fuss or contortion.

Treat your skin this year with Anti-Aging Skin Regenerator.

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