Proper Diet For Your Skin Type

Proper Diet For Your Skin Type

No matter your skin type, you can look your best if you take the right steps! Skin care is a tricky business. Here at BEAUTY-COLOR, you can receive all sorts of different procedures to help take care of your skin, no matter your skin type. From facials to microdermabrasion and skin remodeling treatments, these procedures can do wonders for your skin!

But that’s not all there is to it! Skin care comes down to diet and lifestyle choices as well.
Each one of us is different, but your skin generally falls into 5 main skin types. Your skin
is normal, dry, oily, sensitive, or combination. And each of these skin types has different
requirements for skin care.

From the procedure angle, it’s best to come in and consult with one of our estheticians ,
who can help you understand your skin type, your skin care needs, and what your
options are. But from a dietary perspective, there are certain foods you should eat or
avoid depending on your skin type.

Skin Type #1 : Normal Skin

If you have normal skin, congratulations! You won the genetic lottery. You probably don’t
have any skin issues, and everything looks pretty good. No problem!

Dry Skin

Skin Type #2: Dry Skin

Dry skin is exactly what it sounds like. As a result, your skin may have a dull, rough look
to it, very small pores, and be more prone to wrinkles and fine lines.

Increasing your fat intake is a great way to help ease the dryness of your skin. But not
just any fat will do! Certain fats, like those found in safflower oil, walnut oil, avocado oil,
or coconut oil will help hydrate your skin.

And speaking of avocado oil, avocados are also a great source of these healthy fats,
and besides being delicious, they’re chock full of other nutrients as well!

Naturally, if you have dry skin type you probably need to drink more water. In fact, most of us
don’t drink as much water as we should. Try and get around eight glasses a day in.
Cucumbers are great too since they’re mostly water anyway.

Herbal teas can help hydrate your skin as well. This is especially true for tea with
marigold or rose in them, since these plants naturally hydrate and have to heal

Skin Type #3: Oily Skinoily skin

On the other side of the fence is oily skin. Some people don’t have enough moisture, but
you have too much!

Now you might not like this one, but unfortunately, some of your favorite foods might be
on the list of stuff to avoid. Just don’t shoot the messenger, okay?

Fatty meats, including beef, sausage, bacon, and dark poultry have a lot of saturated fat
in them. This stuff isn’t necessarily bad for you (in fact some studies will tell you it’s good
for you!) but the fat in them can definitely add to the oil in your skin.

Dairy products are rough too since oily skin is often prone to acne, and some studies
suggest dairy can aggravate acne.

If you eat a lot of fried foods or enriched flour, you might want to cut back on those too.
So what can you eat?

Start with foods high in fiber. Broccoli, berries, nuts and seeds, lentils, brown rice, and
oatmeal are good.

And if you are going to eat fatty foods, follow them up with a dose of Vitamin C. Citrus
fruits like orange, lemon, lime, and especially grapefruit are great sources. The Vitamin
C will help flush the fat out of your system quicker.

Sensitive SkinSkin Type #4: Sensitive Skin

If you have sensitive skin, you might be prone to red, itchy skin along with burning and
dryness. It’s the most problematic of all skin types, but with the right diet and treatments
, it can look just as good as any other skin type!

If you have sensitive skin, get as much Omega 3 as you can in your diet. This stuff helps
lower inflammation all over your body, including your skin. Salmon, flax seeds, and eggs
enriched with Omega 3 are good options.

Sensitive skin can also be prone to acne . The truth is, we don’t yet know what the cause
of acne is, but a number of studies point toward diet as being one of the contributing
factors. If you have sensitive skin and suffer from acne, track down as much Vitamin A
in your diet as you can. Spinach, turkey, sweet potatoes, carrots, and leafy greens are
all great sources for this stuff. And while you’re at it, avoid dairy and sugar as much as
you can.

If your sensitive skin has caused you to have rosacea, stay away from spicy food, as
they can aggravate it.

Combination SkinSkin Type #5: Combination Skin

Combination skin is, you guessed it, a combination of different types. You might have
normal skin on your forehead and cheeks, and oily skin on your nose, or some other
combination. It can be frustrating, but because combination skin is so variable it’s hard
to say what foods you should and shouldn’t eat.

In general, though, stick with foods which are high in antioxidants, as these are great for
any skin type. Green tea, tomatoes, berries, broccoli, spinach, carrots, and garlic are all
great sources.

No matter your skin type, with a combination of proper nutrition and a smart skincare
regimen, you can enjoy healthy, radiant skin! Stop by Jiva Spa Toronto and have a chat
with either myself or my wife Neetu , and you can discover more about your skin’s unique
needs and how you can best take care of it.telechargement