The first and most important thing is to take plenty of water to ensure your body is healthy and to promote regular elimination. Take a bite of the rainbow! Grous suggests that eating food that are high in antioxidants, such as nuts, berries and dark green vegetables aids in maintaining healthy skin. Choose omega-rich food items like avocado, salmon and walnuts to help maintain the skin’s barrier to keep it healthy, which can help prevent transepidermal water loss. Foods that boost collagen such as bone broth are also a part of a balanced diet for healthy skin.
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Quit Bad Habits (Drinking Alcohol and Smoking)
Alcohol consumption causes swelling and dehydration. Additionally, it interferes with sleep patterns and can cause the much-dreaded “hangover face” and puffy eyes. The goal of professional and skin care treatments is to bring back a healthy, smooth, and plump skin. Alcohol can do the opposite.
Grous claims that smoking cigarettes is another cause that can harm skin. “Smoke is a carcinogen that damages every cell in the body, including skin cells. It also prevents fresh, oxygenated, nutrient-rich blood from reaching the skin cells, resulting in a dull, sallow appearance known as’smoker’s skin.”
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If done correctly under the guidance of a trained skincare specialist, microneedling can result in amazing results that to increase the penetration of beneficial ingredients as well as stimulate collagen production. Grous states that microneedling can help improve the firmness, texture and plumpness of the skin, ultimately decreasing those visible indications of wrinkles around the eyes and dark circle. In the clinic she offers Fractional radio Frequency Microneedling, which is a treatment with needles and heating which creates a scar and stimulates the skin to produce new collagen, which makes the skin tighter and less prone to the appearance of fine lines.
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While injectables are among the most sought-after procedures for treating wrinkles, we put this option in the middle of the list in order to prove they’re not the only option, especially for the area under your eyes that is extremely sensitive. Fillers and Botox are secure when administered by a expert. “Botox pauses the muscle movement that causes fine lines (a line you never make is a line you never get! ),” Grous says. Grous. For lines that are not in motion the fillers made of hyaluronic acid revolumize and smooth their appearance.