8 Everyday Tips For Healthier Skin


Working on your health should include many factors, and it’s important that you’re not neglecting your skin health. Your skin protects your body each and every day, and if you take it for granted without proper care, then your skin can easily become damaged. Not only will it affect how your skin looks, but it will affect how you feel overall. Your skin health is vital, and can also be quite fragile – so it’s important that you’re taking care of it when you can, and providing the proper protection and care that it needs.

There’s a lot that goes into promoting good skin health, and it can differ from person to person. Some people have oily skin, some people have dry skin – and there are different ways to care for each. You’ll find that skincare overall can be quite complex, as there’s no one solution to skincare for all. With that said, your skincare routine doesn’t have to take up all of your time, and there are a few small things you can do each day to improve your health without too much effort.

Never go out without sunscreen

There are plenty of people who reserve sunscreen for days when it’s typically much warmer than usual, but you should know that if you’re going to be spending all day in the sun – you need sunscreen. You shouldn’t wait until you’ve been burned to decide whether or not your skin needs protecting – and in fact, a sunburn can be very damaging to your skin. It’s much better to avoid this and prepare sunscreen for whenever you know you’re going to be spending time in the sun.  Even when it’s cloudy, the sun can still damage your skin, and it’s simply not worth the risk. UV damage from the sun can leave permanent marking and damage on your skin, and even lead to serious health conditions that can be difficult to treat.

As the sun can be so harmful to your skin, some might be tempted to avoid it when possible. While UV radiation can be harmful to your skin, the sun is also a source of Vitamin D, which your skin needs. Most things are fine in moderation, and as long as you’re protecting your skin, sunlight isn’t going to be harmful – and instead can be healthy.


Dry skin is a problem that many people face all around the world, and it can be difficult to remedy. Moisturizer is a popular skincare product that many use to help to keep their skin feeling hydrated. With that said, moisturizer also helps to keep the pollutants in the air out of your skin, protecting you from everyday health hazards. Of course, your skin does naturally protect you from these hazards – but not without becoming damaged through too much exposure. Moisturizer can help to protect your skin while keeping it from drying out.

Even with moisturizer, though, you might still experience some dryness on your skin. You should know that skin still dry after moisturizing could be a sign of a bigger issue, and you may be mistreating your skin in other ways.

Avoid damaging habits

You should know that some of your daily habits could be damaging your skin without you knowing. It’s not just the pollutants in the air and UV radiation that can be harmful to your skin, habits like smoking can be very harmful. Smoking can speed up the aging of your skin, and make you a more likely candidate for certain skin diseases. While it’s not immediately obvious that habits like this can be harmful to your skin, you should make sure you’re avoiding them as much as possible.

Finding the right products

As mentioned before, everyone has different skincare needs, as your skin could be very different from the next person’s. Using the wrong skincare products for longer durations can be harmful to your skin, as you never know how your body will react to different chemicals. It might be worth getting in touch with a skincare professional to discuss what your skin would need and how you could improve your skin health. The moisturizer you use might not be right for you, you might need to try a different cleanser.

The bottom line is, you shouldn’t just try the first product that you’ve bought, as it might not be helping your skin. At the same time, it might also be harmful to try skincare products that others have recommended to you. You know your skin the most, and the qualities that you need to treat, so shop around and hear from others who experience the same skin health troubles. It’s also important that you’re not using too many skincare products. While you might have a number of beneficial products, a lot of these products have acids – that while may help to reduce dead skin, can damage the skin through too much use. 

Know how to use your products

Simply applying them daily isn’t how you should go about it, and there are a number of things you should be doing when it comes to your skincare routine. Some products are better applied in the morning, some are better applied before bed. You want to make sure you understand how to use these products before you go applying them, as there’s an order you should be following if you’re going to avoid causing further damage to your skin.

Eat a healthy diet

The foods and drinks you put in your body will also play a role in the health of your skin. If you’ve not been watching what you eat before, now is the time to start paying attention. Your skin needs nutrition and vitamins, and you need to make sure you’re getting them through the food you eat.

Just the same as with your skincare routine, there’s something different for everyone. The best diet for someone else isn’t going to match your needs, and it’s worth speaking with a healthcare professional about what your body needs. Trying to match your body’s needs can be tricky at first, but you’ll feel much healthier once you start getting the nutrition and vitamins that you need – and your skin will look healthier for it, too.

Reduce your stress

While it might not seem relevant, stress can affect how quickly your skin ages, and living with too much stress is going to show. It’s important that you’re finding time to relax and unwind daily, so you’re not spending every day with too much stress in the back of your mind.


Skincare products can help to protect your skin, but sometimes there’s a little extra work that you should be putting in if you want to achieve that healthy, glowing look. Exfoliating helps to remove the dead skin that builds up on your face, preventing it from blocking and clogging your pores. Dead skin can easily lead to breakouts in your skin, especially if you have oily skin – so exfoliation is very important.

With that said, exfoliation is something that you can overdo, and you should be sure that you’re doing it routinely, rather than as much as possible. There are many different types of exfoliation products, and it can come down to what you prefer, or what you feel is most effective. Once you know what product you like, you should aim to exfoliate no more than two to three times a week. Some skin types may benefit from just once a week, but there are many that that is insufficient for.


Len Parent

“The most important thing to remember is that you can wear all the greatest clothes and all the greatest shoes, but you’ve got to have a good spirit on the inside. That’s what’s really going to make you look like you’re ready to rock the world.” —Alicia Keys

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