5 Extraordinarily Easy Tips for Healthy Skin | 2018

via Unsplash

Looking to get the best skin of your life?

Quick and Easy Tips for Healthy Skin

Life can seem like a neverending quest for perfectly clear and healthy skin. We get our hands on the latest products and try out every crazy fad trend, but nothing ever seems to work. But that's because skincare can, in fact, be more than just skin deep.

Surprising, isn't it?

So today we're bringing you a few quick and easy tips for the healthiest skin of your life. Because little changes in your lifestyle and routine can drastically change the appearance the overall health of your skin.

Drink (Enough) Water

via Women.com

It's time to switch out a few cans of soda for glasses of water because drinking water actually helps to keep your skin hydrated, which keeps it looking healthy. Water also helps your body deliver nutrients to your skin's cells, which allows your skin to better combat things such as signs of aging.

Wear SPF

via Women.com

Nothing damages your skin quite like the sun exposure. So to protect your skin to keep it healthy for a longer period of time, you need to wear SPF and protective clothing whenever the sun is out. And yes, you need to remember to apply it during the winter months, especially if it snows.

Be Gentle With Your Skin

via Women.com

When you're double cleansing or even applying your moisturizer or serums, you need to be gentle with your skin. You don't want to tug and rough with your delicate skin, as that can lead to irritation or even over-exfoliation. So make sure to treat your skin with kindness by patting your face gently and never rub.

Eat Healthy

via Women.com

What you eat will affect your skin. It is your body's largest organ, after all. According to Healthline, scientists have found that what you eat can strongly affect the health and aging of your skin. Supplement your diet with fatty fishes with omega-3 fatty acids, which is great for your skin's health.

Wash Your Dirty Makeup Brushes (Regularly)

via Women.com

If you say you do this regularly, we know you are lying.

We know that most people don't wash their makeup brushes or sponges as often as they should, leading to a collection of dirt and bacteria on the very thing you touch your face with almost every day.

So make sure to clean your brushes every two to three weeks to get rid of all the dirt and bacteria that could potentially lead to breakouts.

Keep the Conversation Going

What are your healthy skincare habits? Share them with us! Tweet us @womendotcom or message us on Facebook!