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5 Ways to Fight the Effects Stress Has On Your Skin

Adora Drake

Posted on August 22 2018

5 Ways to Fight the Effects Stress Has On Your Skin

Millions of Americans face issues with their skin. Some are directly related to your diet, the types of products you use and the environment. But did you know that even stress can directly affect your skin?

  1. Combat the Lack of Sleep

Ever wondered why you continuously wake up with puffy eyes or dark circles? It’s because you haven’t gotten an adamant month of sleep. Make sure to get a full 7-8 hours rest at night, take several breaks from you smart phone and computer to rest your eyes. You can also take a damp towel and gently massage around your eyes in a circular motion.  This will help to drain the fluid around your eyes.

  1. Fight Itchy, Flaky Skin

When we get stress out we often don’t drink enough fluids. It’s important to drink enough water because it even affects your skin. Without proper hydration you end up with dry, flaky skin. Definitely not the ideal look! Use a good hydration cream to help combat itchiness and skin peeling.

  1. Stay Calm Faced

Rest your face. Some of our facial expressions lead to deeper wrinkles over time. As stress builds up we frown and press lips together. Keep this in mind throughout the day. Stay calm and keep your face rested. Use anti-aging skincare as it will help to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

  1. Kick Acne to the curb

Stress can cause pimple flare ups very easily. Hormones in the body can lead to breakouts on your face and body causing an unbalancing of bacteria. The most natural way to combat this is to drink water, increase your fruits & vegetables intake, and take breaks. This will allows the body to recover resulting in less flare-ups.

  1. Reduce Redness

Under stress our blood flow expands. Stress can make flare-ups last long because of our weakened immune system. Be sure to take your multivitamin, and hydrate with electrolytes. This will help naturally build our immune system. Use an anti-inflammatory cream to help ease redness.

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