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Drinking enough water will not only keep you hydrated, but your skin will love you for it to. Water aids in digestion, circulation and helps rid the body and skin of toxins. Water hydrates the cells, this includes the cells in your skin and although drinking lots of water for one day will not make a difference, try drinking 8 glasses of water a day for a few weeks or even a month and you will see the difference in your skin.

2. Food.
Good skin starts from within. Vitamin C is great for Acne to help repair your skin, as well as for production of collagen and did you know it also strengthens capillaries. You can find Vitamin C in berries such as blueberries, currants, strawberries and oranges, but also broccoli and sweet potato also have Vitamin C naturally in them.
Fruits and Vegetables contain powerful antioxidants. These protect your skin free cellular damage caused by free radicals. Free radical damage is caused by pollution, smoking and the sun..
Cut down on pre-processed foods and foods high in fats and sugars. These foods particularly will help you avoid those unwanted breakouts

3. Skincare
Choosing the right cleanser can be hard, am I oil dry? Or dehydrated? What should I choose if I get oily during the day?. And how come I get pimples when I am well past 30?
Correctly picking the right cleanser and moisturiser and night crème can just be a nightmare. The best place to start is at your beauty clinic. Clinics using Skin Analysis machine can see the oil flow, wrinkle depth and hydration levels as well as the amount of underlying pigmentation you have. From that analysis, then it is time to choose the correct product for you. You might have more than one skin concern and picking the wrong cleanser or moisturiser could just make other concerns worst.

Looking you skin answers. Why not book a Skin analysis to find out how you can improve your skin?

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