Simple Hacks for Healthy Skin
Simple Hacks for Healthy Skin
Did you know that the skin is the body’s largest organ? Surprising, I know!

For reference, the average person’s skin can cover an area of 2 square meters and contains more than 17 km of blood vessels. The skin renews itself every 28 days, and changes in it can indicate changes in overall health. That’s why you need to take extra care of it and stop underestimating its importance. 

Eat the rainbow

I know you’ve heard that before and you’re probably fed up with it, but hear me out just this time! A healthy diet truly goes a long way. It can not only make you feel good but also make you look good. The transformation starts from the inside out, so get crazy and stock up on skin-healthy foods.

What do you need to focus on?

  • Fatty fish: Salmon, mackerel, and herring are excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids. They are crucial for keeping the skin moisturized and protected from the sun’s harmful UV rays. If you are not a fan of fish, you can try HAYA LABS Ultra Omega-3!
  • Tomatoes: Carotenoids in tomatoes can prevent sun damage and decrease wrinkling.
  • Soy: Isoflavones in soy can improve elasticity, decrease dryness, and increase collagen.
  • Dark Chocolate: This delicious treat is jam-packed with antioxidants that can improve skin thickness, texture, and even reduce fine wrinkles.
  • Green Tea: Catechins - the active compounds in green tea - can rejuvenate your skin and protect it from damage and aging. They can also help with redness and elasticity.


Ditch the stress

The state of your skin is strongly influenced by the chaos in your mind. We have all experienced stress and know how debilitating its effects on the body might be. They range from headaches, muscle tension, stomach problems, and palpitations to poor concentration, feeling overwhelmed, and constantly worrying. Add skin problems to that list as well, because unfortunately, they are not just a cosmetic issue.

Psychodermatology is a new field that deals with the effect of stress on the skin. It has an interdisciplinary approach that would allow new treatments to be used to cure skin problems. Options might include antidepressants, relaxation therapy, or counseling.

If you are struggling with stress or anxiety and you see that they affect the state of your skin, then you might want to try something more natural to relax you. HAYA LABS St. John’s Wort and HAYA LABS 5-HTP are both high-quality dietary supplements that reduce the stress and alleviate the symptoms of anxiety.

Hydration is key

Appropriate hydration is not an easy task at all! The market is flooded with all kinds of moisturizers, toners, and creams that it is no surprise how hard the choice can be sometimes. Moreover, their list of ingredients is often so long that you can easily get lost in translation.

That’s why you should always aim to choose products that are more natural and contain ingredients that are beneficial for your skin and overall wellbeing! You don’t want to put anything nasty on your face, right? Who knows what’s lurking behind the labels of some of the more popular brands. HAYA LABS Aloe Vera Cream is made using only high-quality aloe that leaves the skin soft and healthy. It is abundant in vitamins A, C, and E that give it strong anti-inflammatory properties. This can help with wound healing, scarring, soreness, and swelling. Furthermore, it can slow down the aging process and reduce fine wrinkles.

Lastly, don’t forget to take quicker showers as longer ones can strip away the oily layer of the skin, resulting in dry and flaky skin. Use warm water and no harsh soaps. Moisturize with our aloe vera cream immediately after!

Sleeping beauty

People don’t say “get your beauty sleep” for no reason. These precious 6 to 8 hours every night give your skin a break and time to repair itself. If you don’t get enough rest, your skin can’t recover efficiently from sun damage, harmful exposure to particles, and inflammation.

Getting a poor night of sleep can result in:

  • Dark circles under the eyes
  • Swollen eyes
  • More wrinkles and fine lines
  • Pale and dull-looking skin

Moreover, lack of sleep increases cortisol production, which is also known as the stress hormone. This can lead to flare-ups in conditions such as acne, psoriasis, and eczema. Sleep also enhances collagen production, which prevents your skin from sagging.

If you want to be able to say “I woke up like this” and never worry about the state of your skin, then create a healthy and cozy night routine. Get those 8 hours of sleep and wake up fresh and beautiful!

Taking care of your skin and keeping it healthy doesn’t have to cost you a small fortune. Follow these simple steps and enjoy your fresh skin!.
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