National Healthy Skin Month: How to Love Your Skin A Little Bit More

We know it’s tough to love your skin. After all, it’s the one thing that everyone sees. But if we’re being honest, most of us don’t give our skin as much attention as we do our hair or makeup routines. It’s understandable: we’ve got jobs to do and bills to pay.

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But there are plenty of things you can do right now to help your skin stay healthy all year long. So read on for some tips on how you can make this National Healthy Skin Month an extra special one for your complexion.

How to give your skin some more love

Consume and apply antioxidants

Antioxidants are nutrients that help fight free radicals, which cause damage to the skin. Free radicals can lead to fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of aging. 

Antioxidants can be found in many foods, including fruits, vegetables, and grains. You’ll want to make sure you’re getting enough antioxidants by consuming a balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables, such as apples or blueberries. There are also various skincare ingredients packed with antioxidants so it is best to opt for those as well!


Moisturizing is one of the easiest ways to treat your skin. It can be as simple as applying a face mask or you could go all out with intensive moisturizing treatment. Whatever method you choose, make sure it’s something that works for you.

In general, though, it’s best to use a lightweight and non-greasy formula when looking for moisturizers—you don’t want your skin feeling heavy or oily after application! Some ingredients to look out for include hyaluronic acid for hydration, peptides for collagen production, and ceramides for rough patches.

Use gentle skin products

This is especially true if you have sensitive skin. Sensitive skin is very delicate and can be easily irritated. Therefore, it’s important to use gentle skin care products for your sensitive skin type.

First, avoid alcohol-based products. Alcohol can irritate the skin and cause dryness and flaking of the top layer of the skin which protects it from harmful bacteria. Second, avoid any product that contains fragrances or dyes. Fragrances and dyes are often irritants for people with sensitive skin; they contain chemicals that might cause allergic reactions in some people. Hence, it’s safe to stay away from them!

Avoid UV ray exposure as much as possible

Avoiding UV ray exposure is the best thing you can do for your skin, but it’s not always easy. Here are some tips you can do:

  • Wear sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher every day, even when it’s cloudy outside. You should also use waterproof formulas when swimming or sweating.
  • Wear protective clothing, such as a wide-brimmed hat and long-sleeved shirts when possible.
  • Avoid being outdoors during peak sunlight hours of 10 am to 4 pm. 

Limit your intake of refined carbs and saturated fats

Be sure to shun saturated fats and refined carbs. The former is particularly bad for your skin, as they promote inflammation of the body. This can lead to acne and other inflammatory conditions. Additionally, saturated fats are linked to cardiovascular diseases as well as diabetes—two serious health problems that take a toll on your skin and your life over time.


We hope you have found this list of tips helpful. Remember, everyone’s skin is different and what works for one person may not work for another. But if you listen to your body and keep trying new things until you find what works for you, then we know that good things will happen to your skin!

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