Eat Right, Be True and Keep It Clean. This Week’s Tips for Beautiful Skin.
- Posted on: Nov 11 2012
With just a few simple steps, you can achieve a lifetime of beautiful skin. Eating skin healthy foods (as outlined in The Beautiful Skin Diet, a book by Dr. Asarch and Executive Chef Neal Mendel), being consistent in your skin care regimen and using quality products are all good steps toward great skin health.
Not Ready for Turkey Time? This week try this recipe from Dr. Asarch and Executive Chef, Neal Mendel. This vegetable packed lasagna is rich in Vitamin A, which is beneficial to your skin health. Vitamin A is critical for the normal life cycle of skin cells. Without it, skin becomes fragile and the onset of wrinkles occurs more rapidly. Vitamin A is a family of fat soluble vitamins: retinol, retinal and retinoic aced. Some plant foods contain pre-Vitamin A carotenoids that our bodies convert to Vitamin A. Some of the best sources of Vitamin A are fruits and vegetables, especially carrots, broccoli, spinach and sweet potatoes.
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Cleansing is a necessary step in any skin care regimen. Using a cleanser that works with your skin type is key. First, figure out which skin type you are: Sensitive, Dry, Normal or Oily, and then use a product that is made for your skin type.
If you don’t know which you skin type you have, here are some clues:
- Sensitive skin is easily irritated by chemicals and the environment, generally has finer pores, appears thinner, can be more prone to broken capillaries and may flush easily.
- Dry skin can be flaky, feel itchy, is easily irritated and may feel tight after cleansing.
- Normal/ Combination skin will generally have medium size pores, healthy coloring and a smooth, even texture. The t-zone may be more prone to oil build up, while the cheeks may be more prone to dryness.
- Oily skin tends to appear shiny with enlarged pores, and can be prone to blackheads and blemishes.
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