What do Asian poeple eat to keep there face skin and body healthy?
Well i am courious because,
i am mixed with asian, but i live in texas with my mexican family.
And i was wondering what do like asian people eat, to keep there
face skin and body healthy.
Like i know they eat alot of vegetables, and that they dont eat alot of read meat.
Well any answers?
If yes thank you for everyone that took
the time to read and answer.
It’s the heavy fish and seafood diet. The Omega-3 oils in fish keeps the skin young. Plus they don’t have the meat and junk food that we do.
How to get rid of dry flaky skin on my face?
I’m 14 and have dry, flaky skin pretty much all over my face! I can’t seem to get rid of it and it’s really annoying me as it looks horrible and I can’t wear makeup over it as it just clings to the flaky bits and looks even worse. My current skincare routine is as follows:
Morning: wash with Simple Moisturizing Facial Wash, then moisturize with Simple Replenishing Rich Moisturizer then I go on and do my makeup.
Night: wipe away my eye makeup with the Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes, cleanse my face with the Simple Purifying Cleansing Lotion and then moisturize with the Simple Replenishing Rich Moisturizer again. I’m also trying to get rid of 3 spots at the moment (2 by my eyebrows and one under my nose) so I apply toothpaste to them, wait for it to dry up, wash it off then apply small blobs of Sudocrem to the spot overnight. I also use the St Ives Apricot Scrub once a week.
I know what I use for my spots are very drying products but I only put them on the spots, not my whole face! So why is my face so dry all the time?! I’ve tried a few other moisturizers including Nivea Original, Boots Cucumber Moisturizer and I had a tiny bit of E45 cream left ageeees ago so I used that for a few days. I might try E45 again and see if that helps. But if you have any tips on how to get rid of it or what I’m doing wrong then PLEASE let me know, I hate my skin so much-_-
I totally agree with both Anya and Emily’s advice . Young faces don’t need all those cleaning cosmetics you’re using. And very often they only make the condition worse, by robbing the skin of its own natural moisturizing strengths. They contain perfume and additives that very often irritate the skin. Keep your cleansing routine as simple as possible. Not only will it improve but you’ll save a lot of money too. You can use baby wipes to cleanse with, but not scented ones. Or just use a good baby oil on cotton wool. It will clean away all of your face and eye make up. But always follow by gently washing your face with warm to hand hot water. Using a clean flannel. This opens the pores and also cleans off the oil residue. Followed by an unperfumed moisturiser. Another good one is Bio Oil. Apply after cleansing, and leave to sink in. Night and morning. You face just needs time now to recover and in time it will look and feel much better.
Equally important is your diet. Plenty of healthy meals, fresh chicken and fish, and green vegetables. Try and stay clear of processed and junk food. Except as an occasional treat. Plenty of fresh water too. Did I just hear you say UGH!! Yes it sounds painful, but it pays dividends with your health and skin.
Also take an evening primrose oil everyday. But choose a good one. Efamol is the best. Take one or two 500mg tablets daily. But no more than two. Even though it may recommend you do on the pack. Not only will they give your skin a more healthy bloom. But they can also help with hormone balance.
Goodluck Vicky. And best wishes:)
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