Don't Hibernate Because Of Your Bad Skin! You Can Radiate Too! *

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Dealing with problematic skin can be one of the most debilitating problems to face the world with, because your skin condition is always there and you’re left wondering if people are staring at you, wondering what’s wrong with you. You might even get a few people approach you to ask if you’re contagious, and it understandably leaves you feeling low about your situation and wanting to hide away from the world. Luckily, there are a few steps that you can take so that you don’t have to hibernate away anymore!

What goes in, will show on the outside

Like with your weight, whatever you put into your body will show on your exterior after some time. The same thing applies for your skin and the condition that it’s in. Even though some skin conditions are hereditary, the better you treat your body, the better it will appear overall. Make sure that you’re putting the right things into your body so that you can do your skin a favour and bring it back to the radiance it once had. For example:
  • Water
  • Healthy foods
  • Supplements
  • Quitting smoking
  • Reducing alcohol
  • Cutting out greasy foods


Doing all of these things will help the appearance of your skin within a few weeks.

Go natural

Even though the array of beautiful make up is tempting, the ingredients that are put into some of the major brands of makeup might be what’s irritating your skin. Consider trying Atura Organic Skincare which can offer you all natural makeup products; which in turn will improve the appearance and feel of your skin.


Going as far as changing your shampoo to a more skin-friendly product will help the appearance of your skin all over your body. For example, people that have psoriasis will suffer from a red blotchy face if they’re not using a psoriasis friendly shampoo or conditioner. Switch them up until you find one that’s right for you.

Visit your GP

If your skin has been getting progressively worse lately, it might be time to take a trip to see your GP to see if there’s any other underlying reasons for your outbreaks of bad skin. They might send you for blood tests, or simply send you away with a different cream to try and fight your bad skin. Sometimes, if you’ve been applying the same cream for a long time, the skin gets used to it and no longer reacts to it’s healing properties.


If you’re particularly stressed, your Doctor will advise you to lighten up your workload and also live as stress free as possible to then see if your skin improves. They will be able to recommend support groups for stress, or even self help forums.


Just because you’ve got a skin condition, you shouldn’t have to hibernate away in fear of other people’s opinions. Love who you are, look after yourself and your body will do the rest!


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