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A person's skin is the most important part of his appearance as most of the qualities such as aging, acne, complexion, etc are attributed with the skin. Therefore it is important that you improve your skin in order to feel desirable and attractive.

A healthy skin is usually the sign of a healthy and fit person. Because of this a person's skin can be taken as a general indicator to his or her health. A sick or weak person will usually have bad skin while a tight and glowing skin generally means a healthy person.

It is important that you improve your skin in natural ways so as to not affect your health. If you chose to opt for artificial ways in which to improve your skin such as creams and lotions with chemicals or pills then be prepared to experience their side effects.

There are many natural methods to improve your skin. The first and foremost is to ensure that you sleep properly. If a person does not get the appropriate amount of sleep then his or her skin usually becomes loose and can therefore appeared wrinkled. Eight hours of proper sleep a day ensures that a person's skin remains tight.

Another way in which you can look to improve your skin is through changing your diet. Certain foods, especially vegetables, help in improving your skin. These include food that is rich in vitamin A, such as carrots, spinach and broccoli. Nuts are rich in vitamin E, which also improves your skin. Fish is also known to beneficial to the skin since it contains oil that promotes softer and smoother skin.

Refrain from smoking as that can lead to bad skin. Make sure that you do not expose yourself to a lot of sun as that can lead to sunburn. There are also many exercises available that help in keeping your skin fresh and tight and prevent it from aging.

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This article was published on 2010/03/28