You already know that exercise keeps you fit and healthy. But do you know that working out regularly can also help give you better skin?

exercise gives you good skin

Exercise increases blood circulation

When you exercise, your blood flows faster and the increased blood circulation is beneficial for your skin. Perspiring from a great work out also helps to flush out inner toxins from your body and at the same time promote the production of collagen and skin cell renewal so your skin will look firmer and more radiant.

Helps reduce stress-related skin issues

Stress is one of the factors that contribute to poor skin quality. Regular exercise gives you an adrenaline rush that can help release stress and makes you feel more relaxed afterwards. This means that stress hormones will be inhibited and contribute to better skin health.

Promotes healthy goodnight sleep

Studies have shown that, lack of physical movements cause sleep disorder like sleep apnea. And lack of sleep causes many skin problems including the appearance of acne, dark spots, undereye dark circles and wrinkles. Regular workout helps promote a healthy night’s sleep, which allows you sufficient rejuvenation time in the night and give you fresher-looking skin in the morning

Exercise tips for glowing skin

• Dink plenty of liquids (Water, fruit juice, and sport drinks).
• Avoid workouts under the strong sun. If you have to be under the sun for an extended period of time, don’t forget your sunscreen.
• Wash your face before and after exercising to prevent clogging of pores.

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