Sweat It Out, Miracle Detox for Skin!
19 Oct 2016
Sweating can be embarrassing if you’re at campus, work, or hang out with your fellow colleagues and friends. Sweat marks and the stench could leave you in a pit of embarrassment, reduce your confidence drastically but could also be beneficial to your health and skin, especially sweat produced from exercising. The almost 1 liter of sweat our bodies produce per day can strengthen our immune system and give us healthy-looking skin.
As stated by Dr. Alan J. Parks, famous dermatologist also founder of Eastside Dermatology & Dermwarehouse, “Sweating is the way the body and the skin protects itself from overheating. Sweating also increases the blood circulation in the body which can dispose all the substances that our body no longer needed, even toxic.”
So, lace up your shoes and don’t be afraid to get sweat with these followings benefits that your skin can achieve :
By sweating when exercising , your pores will open up and release toxins, excess oil and clogged skin pores that lead to acne. However, it should be noted also, excessive perspiration can sometimes cause certain reactions to each person, such as skin rashes and eczema. If your skins tend to be on the oily side, don’t forget to throwing some wipes or dry and clean towel in your bag.
Instant Radiant Achieved
When you exercise, your blood pumps harder and faster, bringing more oxygen to your skin’s surface. No wonder why your skin can be instantly glowing after break a sweat without have to splurge for some lavish skin treatment.
Bye bye, Wrinkles!
Don’t be surprised if your skin appears more youthful, because regular exercise will help boost collagen production in your skin, preventing wrinkles and sagging. The more collagen you have, the longer your skin will stay supple, firm and elastic.
Still afraid to get your sweat on? Don’t worry, in order to prevent excessive sweating just avoid excessive caffeine and start using products that are natural-based. Remember, it is okay and reasonable if you sweat it out during exercising.