The beauty treatment
* Eat a variety of fruits and vegetables. The Mediterranean diet is great for skin. Salmon and foods rich in omega 3ís make a positive impact. When it concerns your skin, you are what you eat. Note: Sugar is inflammatory.
* Keep your skin clean and moisturize dry skin; dermatologists recommend moisturizing dry skin twice a day and overnight.
* For oily skin use toner or natural fruit acids.
* A little sun is healthy and mood-elevating. However, protect your face by wearing a sunscreen.
* Green tea is anti-inflammatory and in the lab has been shown to heal skin.
* Drink water to clean out toxins.
* Exercise to shed stress hormones and improve circulation.
* Get your beauty sleep; skin regenerates and hormones balance.
* Donít smoke and stay away from second hand smoke and other obvious pollutants.
* Aim for good health. When you are healthy, you look more youthful and act that way. Illness weighs you down and saps your energy.
* Smile and you will look younger and prettier.
Donít force your beauty. Enhance it. Avoid harsh chemicals and treatments. Avoid drastic changes and a lot of makeup. Simplify with a more natural approach. Express who you are — not some artificial ideal. Donít mask the real you. Living the truth of who you are is gorgeous!