Thursday, June 23, 2016

The Negative Effects Of Sugar On Your Skin

The Negative Effects Of Sugar On Your Skin

It is no secret that sugar causes inflammation in our bodies.  Any sign of inflammation will be reflected in the condition of your skin.  In fact, your skin is the first place it will show.

Here is how having sugar in your diet can effect your skin negatively:

Sugar will bread down collagen in your skin.  Collagen is your friend, you do not want to break it down.  Collagen depletion is what wrinkling is.

Sugar is the worst, of all foods, that contribute to the acidic levels in your body which lead to inflammation.  It does this by raising the blood sugar levels that surge and then drop.  The fluctuation is what causes the inflammation.  This inflammation is what causes some people to have a red and rashy look to their skin.  It may also contribute to Rosacea.  

Did you know that sugar extracts water from your cells?  It does!  Dehydration is the leading cause of dark under-eye circles and an overall dull complexion.

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Best Night Time Skincare Advice & Products

Best Night Time Skincare Advice & Products

Your night time skin care routine is so important.  It is the most important thing you can do to guarantee you wake-up looking refreshed & beautiful, ready to face your day.

The affects of sleep on your skin is not any different than the affect sleep has on the rest of your body.  Remember, your skin is the largest organ of your body and responds to how you treat it, good or bad.

While you are asleep the cells of your skin, along with all the cells in your body go into overdrive.  Your night time cells are doing the best they can to repair the damage done during the day from exposure to environmental contaminants as well as toxins we ingest through our nutritional choices.  During the night your blood vessels dilate, allowing an increased flow of nutrients and oxygen to be carried to the cells.  Did you know that your cells regenerate faster at night?  They do!  This is the perfect time to feed your skin what it needs to repair itself so you can awake with Beautiful Radiant Skin.  

The best night time skin care routine is one that will do 3 things:

1.  Exfoliate the dead skin cells from the surface of your skin
2.  Feel your skin with cellular regenerative properties
3.  Moisturize with a product that goes deep enough to be retained all night

Take a look at Beautiful Radiant Skin's Daily Routine:

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