5 Tips To Improved Skin Care

Updated: Jan 24




Our skin is your body's largest organ. When it's healthy, its layers work hard to protect us from the elements. But when it's not healthy, the skin's ability to work as an effective barrier is impaired.


Our skin is our mirror to our body that reveals the stories of our life. From acne breakouts during our puberty years to the radiant glow of a life-changing moment, both your age and health are reflected in your skin.


The skin has many functions, making it the multitasker of the human body. The most important role of the skin is being the first line of defense between our bodies and the outside world. It protects us from bacteria, viruses, and pollution.


Here are 5 tips that Bariki Body Care has found most effective to improve skin.


  1. Eat Healthily - What you eat is as important as what products you use on your skin. The way you eat could improve your skin's health from the inside out.

  • Mangos - contain antioxidants to help protect the components of the skin such as collagen.

  • Olive Oil - is associated with a lower risk of facial photoaging - which is cumulative damage to the skin that includes wrinkles, dark spots, and discoloration.

  • Green Tea - has a lot of skin benefits. Compounds in green tea called polyphenols to rejuvenate dying skin cells, which suggest that they may be useful for healing wounds or certain skin conditions.

  • Omega-3 - can be found in seafood, nuts, and plant-based oils such as flaxseed oil; may prevent dryness and scaling of the skin.

2. Keep Stress in Check - Scientists have identified some links between stress levels to some skin problems. Stress may cause these skin issues:

  • Itchy Skin

  • Hair Loss

  • flaky, oily, or dry skin

  • Sweating

  • Scaly Skin

  • Hand Rashes

Researchers suspect that stress can increase the quantity of sebum, which is the oily substance that blocks the pores. This, in turn, leads to greater acne severity.


Reducing your stress levels may lead to clearer skin. Try yoga, exercising, dancing, and or meditation.


3. Keep Your Skin Moisturized - Moisturized skin keeps the top layer of skin cells hydrated and seal in the moisture. Moisturizers often contain humectants such as shea butter, to attract moisture.


4. Beauty Sleep - Getting your beauty sleep will banish puffy eyes, dark circles and improve your skin tone, on top of that, it is free.


Sleep deprivation is linked to a significant impact on the function and aging of your skin.


Try to get a least 7 full hours of sleep to feel and look your best.


5. Use Skincare Products That Match Your Skin Needs - What's your skin type — oily, dry, normal, combination, or sensitive? Do you have a skin condition? Using products formulated for your skin's needs will help your skin look and feel its best.


Bonus - See a board-certified dermatologist. A dermatologist can diagnose and treat different types of skin concerns.




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