Skin & Excercise Must read !!!!


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MAKES YOU SWEAT Along with the kidneys and liver, the skin is one of the body's mechanisms for ridding itself of toxins.

Vigorous exercise helps the body do just that. It gives the sweat glands a workout too, helping the skin to get rid of the things that can clog pores or cause breakouts.

It's very important to wash the face after exercising. Pore clearing cleanser is a great post-workout face wash. Purifying sage, thyme, eucalyptus and a patented blend of the most active fractions of tea tree oils from New Zealand and Australia work quickly to balance pore ecology without causing irritation and redness.

BOOSTS OXYGEN AND BLOOD FLOW TO THE SKIN Exercise increases blood flow to the skin and that increase also carries more oxygen to the skin. The increased blood flow to the skin and that increase also carries more oxygen to the skin. The increased blood flow and oxygen also helps carry nutrients that support skin health. That means all the nutrients from the good food consumed as part of New Year's diet makeover can benefit the skin. Adding Oxygen Boosting Complex Will also energize the skin and help to super-charge results of serums.

RELIEVES STRESS Stress affects every cell in the body and amplifies existing skin problems. It causes everything from breakouts to prolonged redness to an acceleration of the skin's aging process by as much as 6-10 years-making stress the 2nd greatest influence on aging, second only to sunlight. Cortisol-the master stress hormone-triggers inflammation at a cellular level, damages cell membranes, shortens DNA strand and reduces cellular production of youthening proteins, especially collagens, elastin and glycosaminoglycans. This leads to early cell death and the onset of premature aging. Luckily, exercise is the ultimate stress reliever and can keep your skin looking young, healthy and vibrant. If stress is a big factor, suggest Stress Recovery Complex ">Stress Recovery Complex which contains a stress- fighting technology called Cortinhib. Studies show that it helps stressed skin withstand the visible effects of cortisol within 30 minutes of application.

TONES YOUR MUSCLES Toned muscles are a great benefit of a regular exercise routine. Strong and firm muscles help to support the skin, which makes it firmer and feel more elastin. Exercise can't get rid of cellulite, but it may help diminish its appearance. Suggest Triple C &E Lotion to give an extra boost to those areas lacking firmness and elasticity.



While it's tempting, don't wear makeup when exercising. The mixture of dirt, sweat and cosmetics , is the perfect recipe for clogged pores and breakouts. But if makeup is a must, be sure to wash the face immediately after exercising to get rid of impurities that can cause problems.

Can't wash right away? Packing a small Ziploc bag with cotton balls lightly soaked in Pore Purifying Astringent to do a quick cleansing swipe after a workout if showering immediately isn't an option.

If heat-activated Rosacea is a concern, do try low-intensity or moderate workouts. Swimming is a great choice because the water will keep the body cool during a full body workout. Or try alternating "hot" and "cool" activities: lift weights or run for 15 minutes, then stretch or swim for 15 minutes. Once the body has cooled down, return to the more vigorous activities and continue to switch it up to help regulate body temperature. Remember to apply R-Relief Serum to cool down heat-activated skin.

If outdoor exercise is on the list of activities, do protect the skin from the sun and/or harsh, cold weather.

Solar Defender SPF 30 is sweat resistant and water resistant which makes it the perfect sunscreen to wear during outdoor sports and/or exercise. For cold weather, 1 pump of Moisture Boost Hydra Gel under a layer of Calming Bio Lipid Repair Creme helps to seal in moisture and protect from harsh environments.

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