7 Tips For Clear Beautiful Skin: #4

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Wednesday, March 22, 2017

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We are continuing our series of Tips For Clear Beautiful Skin.

We all want beautiful skin that glows! Having beautiful glowing skin is all about how you take care of it. Putting lots of love and care into your skin will definite show. With spring time here and summer around the corner, it’s important to get your skincare regiment started a soon as possible because you won’t just wake up with beautiful skin in a day. You can start by setting an appointment for laser hair removal at Laser Smooth or by removing food additives from your diet.

4. Avoid food additives. For overall health, watch out for toxic food additives. An easy way to avoid the hundreds of potentially toxic chemicals in our food supply is to avoid high fructose corn syrup, carrageenan, monosodium glutamate (aka MSG), hydrogenated oils and artificial flavors and dyes (red 40, blue 3, caramel coloring, etc.). If you avoid those, you’re generally going to dodge the bullets of many other rotten food additives. When it comes to healthy skin, avoiding those artificial food dyes is an absolute must. Made from chemicals or actual bugs (yeah, look up red 40), artificial dyes are not going to agree with the human body. We have limited ways to excrete toxins out of our body and the skin provides a large, easily-accessible route to get rid of a large amount. Those dyes come up to the surface of the skin, causing irritation, inflammation and breakouts. The last thing you want is the dye from your soda getting trapped into your skin for all to see.

Keep your skin healthy and soft after removing any unwanted hair. Learn about aftercare for your laser hair treatments.

Get your legs ready for summer With Laser Hair Removal From Laser Smooth Company!

You can always come in for a free consultation!

SRC: Elite Daily: How To Get Healthy Skin

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