Ozmosis Spa is at Your Service to Help You Fulfil Your New Year Resolutions

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The last lap of the hellish year is over! Somehow, either by the grace of God or the resilience of mankind, we figured out how to bear a year that felt like a ceaseless rollercoaster ride. Along these lines, we, the Ozmosis Spa group wishes all our regarded customers an exceptionally cheerful and effective new year! 2021 will hopefully be kind to all of us.

As usual, another year calls for new goals that motivates a person to improve! I know going to the gym and eating clean are going to occupy space on your list of new year’s resolutions, but we’d also urge you to think about your skin for a moment. While you’re inculcating positive habits in your 2021 life, don’t forget to pledge to dedicated skincare. Just like a healthy diet and a fitness routine, improved skincare habits will help you unleash your best version come next year.

Not sure what your beauty promises for the new year should be? Well, we’ve compiled a list of crucial new year skincare resolutions that’ll help you put your best face forward in 2021!

1.Never step outside without SPF

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Middle of summer or peak winter, your skin needs to be protected against sun damage 365 days of the year. Even if we kept surface concerns like tanning and sunburn aside, exposure to the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays can adversely affect your skin, leading to premature signs of aging like wrinkles and fine lines, hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, and at the extreme end, skin cancer. So as a critical skincare resolution for 2021, promise yourself you won’t leave the house without slapping on a sheen of SPF on your face and exposed body parts.

2. Keep yourself hydrated

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Considering more than half of our bodies comprise of water, the importance of keeping yourself hydrated isn’t hard to gauge. Along with other health benefits, regular and sufficient consumption of water is key to avoiding skin concerns and keeping your skin in top form effortlessly. Your body needs a minimum of 2 liters of water every day to function efficiently, the perks of which trickle down to your skin’s health by maintaining moisture levels, promoting adequate circulation of nutrients, and increasing blood flow.

3. Nourish frequently

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Along with regular cleansing and exfoliating, you also need to give your skin the nutrients and nourishment it needs to thrive. A quality moisturizer for your face and body will be your skin’s BFF. Moisturizing your skin regularly helps it stay soft and supple while warding off both excessive dryness as well as oiliness. It helps your skin retain its ideal balance of moisture and nutrients, and may also help in reducing breakouts and acne by soothing skin irritation.

4. Exfoliate at least once a week

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For the glowing, clear skin of your dreams, a simple face wash won’t suffice. Twice or thrice a week, you need a deeper skincare step that clears up dead and damaged skin cells along with excess oil, for improved skin texture, complexion and shine. This is where exfoliation comes in! Using a scrubbing or exfoliating product suited for your skin type will help you get healthier, brighter skin that glows from within. That being said, do not over-exfoliate your skin either.

5. Excercise on a daily basis

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Again, the fact that regular exercise is critical to your physical and mental well-being, isn’t exactly a revelation. Despite that, most of us continue to live largely sedentary lives, confined to our desks during the day and lounging in bed at night. Especially with 2020 restricting all of us to our houses, the necessity of establishing a daily workout regime is now more than ever. If that isn’t enough incentive to exercise, do remember what role it plays in keeping your skin healthy and radiant. Exercise increases blood flow which leads to better circulation of oxygen and nutrients to your skin cells, and thus enhances your skin’s brightness and complexion.

6. Take time to detox

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Junk, processed food, sugary drinks, alcohol, and cigarettes – these are some of the things that lead to a gradual build-up of toxins in your body. These toxins cannot be eliminated through the skin, so giving your body a periodic detox is your best bet for boosting its health significantly. Once your body flushes out these toxins, you’ll also notice how much healthier and happier your skin looks. So in 2021, resolve to have a detox day at least once a week, when you monitor your diet and consume detoxing drinks and fruits. To create your own detox drink at home, you can browse through a myriad of simple recipes online.

7. Add healthy supplements to your diet

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Your diet is definitely the most important source of nutrients for your body, but there are certain gaps that supplements can help in covering up. Most adults don’t get their necessary supply of nutrients from the food they eat, and certain vitamins and essential amino acids don’t enter your body in enough quantity through your diet. So making use of regular dietary supplements is an effective way to compensate for these deficiencies. When your body gets all the nutrients it needs, the positive effects reflect on your skin as well. Some nutrients that you can supplement include Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6 & B12, and Zinc. You can also speak to Ozmosis staff about Vitamin B12 shots.

8. Clean your beauty products regularly

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Now, this one may or may not be as critical for the men as much as it is for the ladies, but if you have a stash of makeup at home, be mindful of decluttering that counter along with cleaning your tools every so often. Expired makeup can lead to an array of skin problems, and dirty makeup sponges and brushes will cause bacteria to accumulate on your skin and thus, make it prone to acne and breakouts.

via magicpin blog.