A Healthy skin is not only important for our appearance, more of that, it performs so many essential tasks for our body too. Our skin protects our body from many viruses and bacteria that usually we come across daily.
Our skin protects us from the sun’s rays – specifically ultraviolet light – that can damage cells. A healthy skin produces vitamin D when exposed to the sun and we know how important vitamin D for many body functions too. Having a healthy skin also helps our body keep its temperature at a constant level that does also help you react better to important changes around you by feeling pain or pressure.
Not only that, it also plays an important role in regulating our body temperature, which helps to prevent dehydration and protects us from the negative effects of too much heat or cold and allows our body to feel sensations such as warmth, cold, pressure, itching, and pain.
Skin has majorly three layers:
• The epidermis – Outermost layer of skin that creates our skin tone and provides a waterproof barrier.
• The dermis – Beneath the epidermis which contains tough connective tissue, hair follicles, and sweat glands.
• Extending down from the top subcutaneous tissue – made of fat and connective tissue.
What we eat and how we live our life, lead to smoother, healthier skin. A low-fat, high-fiber diet filled with fruits, vegetables and whole grains, plenty of water, regular exercise and enough sleep every night.
After all, best bet for our skin is also what’s best for our overall health too.
Staying out of the sun and away from tanning beds is the easiest way to get great-looking skin. The suns UVA and UVB rays cause skin damage, which may result into skin cancer and prematurely aging.
Every day we should wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen, which blocks UVB and UVA rays, with an SPF of 15 or higher basis on temperature you are into, that need to be reapplied in at least every two hours while outdoors. Use a best dermatologist suggested moisturizer and feed your skin from within as per diet plan suggested by them. Dark chocolate and antioxidant-rich foods such as cantaloupe, citrus fruits, blueberries and leafy greens are best sources for healthy glowing skin
Regular skin checkup gives you a good chance of spotting the sign of sun and other skin damage before they become serious. That will also give you a good chance of spotting skin cancer for those who have that in genetics. They will help you to give a clear understanding of what is good on your skin and what’s not.
Now a day skin care clinic has become as important as other health clinics because it’s gives us a clear picture of skin health. Yes, that skin talk about our complete health.
About the Clinic
Cleo Skin Clinic, one of the best Skin care clinic providers located in the heart of Kukatpally, offers international standards services at its modern facility. All the procedures at Cleo Skin Clinic are a blend of a skilled & artistic touch. Our specialists are trained with in-depth knowledge of aesthetic science and symmetry to help individuals to improve their skin health. For more information please contact us at +91-74160 55651, +91 96669 20777 or email us at [email protected]