Many people don’t stop a bit to think about their skin. They just seem to take it for granted. I know I am guilty of that as well. Who isn’t? But seriously – it’s a good idea for us to stop a bit and think about our skin and how important it is to our survival and well being. I mean – it’s the only skin we got. We can’t use another person’s skin, can we? Of course not.
The skin covers the whole part of the human body. It is the only part of the human body that is most visible to the beholder. It actually betrays the physical and medical conditions of the human individual. Now, in anti-aging campaigns, it is well known that the signs of aging start to show on the skin before it start to get to the mind.
When the signs and symptoms of aging start to set, the skin starts to look ashen and pale in colour and texture. It starts to sag and it loses its firmness. This is because the skin starts to undergo oxidation of the cells and there is constant loss of collagen.
This is a process where active body cells in the skin die out and the skin losses that vital matter that makes it supple and aglow to the human touch and sight.
In treating oneself for anti-aging or managing one’s aging processes, the care of the skin is as paramount as the care of the tummy! How do you do that?
It is paramount that an aging individual eat a lot of fresh fruits and leafy vegetables that contain high levels of vitamins and fiber. All these work together to make the body regain its natural sheen and texture.