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Article: Skin Care: Inside Out

Skin Care:  Inside Out

Skin Care: Inside Out

Healthy skin comes from the inside out, with proper nutrition, proper care and maintenance, you can help body improve skin’s health and appearance.

Check out these tips for healthy skin.

Diet or Supplements

- Hyaluronic Acid
Deer placenta is a 100% natural source of hyaluronic acid which is recommended by many dermatologists for its capacity to improve the texture and appearance of skin. Hyaluronic acid helps preserve collagen and moisture, increasing skin elasticity.

- Omega 3 fatty acids
These fatty acids are essential to good physical health, hair health, and skin health. Many sources of food with high natural fat content such as fish, chia seeds, nut, flax seeds, and sardines.

- Collagen
These foods include strawberries, citrus fruits, broccoli, and kale.

- Vitamin A, Vitamin C
it’s the substance that is essential for healthy skin, hair, and nails. You will find vitamin C naturally in citrus fruits. Vitamin C has also been found to retain collagen, which gives skin a smooth and plump appearance.


- Coenzyme Q10
Aids circulation, stimulates the immune system, increases tissue oxygenation and has anti-aging benefits.

- Hyaluronic Acid
Hyaluronic acid can enhance moisture content. It also revitalizes skin’s outer surface layers, so they look and feel softer, smoother and radiantly hydrated. Hyaluronic Acid also improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

- Sheep placenta
The extract from sheep placenta is rich in biostimulants which moisturize and replenish your skin. Elastin keeps the skin smoother and glowing with good health.


About 30-60 minutes of exercise daily or at least 3-5 times a week.
Getting regular exercise improves muscle tone and cardiovascular health, good circulation helps bring more blood and nutrients to the skin. It also facilitates the removal of waste and toxins, resulting in a better skin health.


One of the simplest solutions to getting healthier-looking skin is making sure to drink enough water. Water helps deliver nutrients, minerals, and other essential items to skin cells on the surface of the skin. Water also helps flush out toxins in the body.

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