Monday, February 4, 2013

Exercising: A way to healthy skin

Health and fitness buffs have the edge of possessing not only a sculptured bod but also glowing skin. It does not entirely matter what exercise they’re into. Whether it’s yoga, jogging, or adventure races, exercise does not necessarily mean driving oneself to exhaustion, bulking up muscles, or losing weight altogether. It only means keeping fit and letting the skin reap the benefits.

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There are many more benefits to exercise than just sweating away clogged pores and reducing oily skin. Some of them are as follows:

Collagen production. Collagen, which is associated with delaying skin aging, supports the fibers in the skin, making it firm. With regular exercise, collagen production increases. Even manufacturers of beauty products, like Lift and Glow Pro, Ambi Skincare, and Neutrogena would agree that investing large amounts of money in anti-aging products only produces nominal results if not accompanied by regular exercise.

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Reduction of sebum. Exercise allows the skin to remove not only excess oil but also the reason behind that excessive oil production—stress.

Fighting acne and other skin impurities. A good sweat pushes out all those clogging elements and prevents looming acne breakouts.

Improvement of skin tone. Rosy cheeks and healthy glowing skin result from all the sweating, increased blood circulation, and cleansing that exercise provides.

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Making exercise a habit may be the final trick to helping control oily skin, uneven skin tone, and breakouts, independent of feeling better, having more energy, and looking great overall.

Keep yourself looking great by following some skin care tips from this Twitter page.

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