By Eileen — Founder Tulura
1 Eat right
A diet rich in healthy oils and omega-3 acids (found in nuts, most fish, olives, avocados, etc.) encourages collagen production, leading to smoother, more supple skin. Avoiding excessive sugars and high-fat foods reduces inflammation that can cause breakouts and other blemishes. Antioxidants, naturally found in most fruits and vegetables, help to fight free radicals and ward off UV damage.
2 Drink up
Your skin is your body’s largest organ, and water is vital to maintaining its appearance and overall health. Through natural processes like sweating and oil production you are constantly losing moisture. Proper hydration flushes toxins from your digestive system, promotes firmness of the skin, reduces puffiness, and may contribute to the expedited healing of certain skin conditions.
3 Sweat it out
Exercise is beneficial for a variety of reasons, but getting your heart rate up can help your skin too. Increased blood flow nourishes skin cells, providing them with oxygen while purging waste and free radicals. Additionally, exercise can help diminish the symptoms of certain dermatological conditions by reducing the presence of stress hormones that exacerbate oil production in our skin.
4 Sleep well
In a healthy sleep cycle you regenerate the human growth hormone, which promotes collagen-building and elastic, radiant skin. You produce melatonin (a natural antioxidant), your body’s defense against free radicals. Lastly, you’ll experience a reduction in cortisol and body temperature. Muscles relax, circulation improves and you will rebalance your skin’s base pH level.
5 Look around
Be aware of your surroundings, indoors and outside. Pay close attention to weather conditions (humidity, air quality, etc.) when you leave the house to best prepare. Make sure you’re in the habit of regularly laundering your bed linens, and that you’re mindful of the soaps, detergents and other products you use frequently that may cause adverse reactions to your skin.
My clients often tell me they are frustrated with their lotion, but don’t know why. I tell them it’s because so many contain synthetic and wax emulsifiers that sit on top of your skin and don’t absorb to give it the nourishment and nurturing it craves.
The answer is in the nature.
At Tulura we formulated our products with naturally sourced, high-quality, 100% functional ingredients. No weird chemicals. No artificial fragrances. No animal testing.
— Eileen Feighny della Faille, Founder of Tulura and Licensed Esthetician & Certified Aromatherapist
Celebrity Makeup Artist
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