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How Does Exercise Affect Your Skin?

December 23, 2016

If you think exercise is only good for stimulating your heart and toning your tummy, think again. Regular exercise not only improves your mind’s cognitive powers and makes you feel like a million bucks, it also does wonders for your skin.

You may have found the best skin care products and the most effective paraben free skin care regimen, but your skin will never look glowing and healthy without makeup and good lighting until you get off the couch!

best light weight skin products for working out

Cleansing Your Skin from the Inside

We know that exercise increases blood flow, which in turn nourishes the skin cells and carries away the bad stuff – toxins, waste products and free radicals. A vigorous workout also flushes out cellular debris to leave your skin feeling squeaky clean from the inside.

You don’t have to be a triathlon winner to see an improvement in your complexion due to regular exercise. Walking, cycling, and everyday housekeeping can release enough oxygen and nutrients into skin cells to bolster your skin’s elasticity and natural glow. Even the best skin care products can’t nourish your skin like sweating it out at the gym or around the house.

The Best Skin Care Products for Exercising

Before you start your exercise routine, make sure your skin is clean; do not exercise while wearing makeup because you want your pores to remain unclogged when you perspire. Afterward, you should shower and reward yourself with some luxurious pampering. The best face oil for moisturizing after a workout is an all-natural serum that contains a high concentration of argan oil and hyaluronic acid. However, any moisturizer in your paraben free skin care arsenal will prevent post-workout irritation.

Don’t let a dermatological condition like body acne, rosacea or psoriasis stop you from exercising, because physical exertion will only help your skin. Just be sure to wear loose-fitting clothes that soak up moisture.





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