Add in healthy fats
Don't shudder when you hear the word ‘fat’ because it could actually be good for you. Inculcate foods which contain healthy fats into your diet such as salmon, tuna, avocados, eggs, pecan and hazelnuts. All of these are rich in good fats and can play a role in giving you skin that’s nourished and healthy.
The key to keeping your skin hydrated lies in moisturising it well. For this purpose, make the Pond's Moisturising Cold Cream your essential. Made of the classic Pond's formula, this richly textured cream will easily be absorbed into your skin without clogging your pores. It is the best moisturiser for dry skin so apply it generously and you'll find yourself with supple, smooth skin.
Say no to sugar
While it definitely is sweet to taste, the effects of sugar aren't all that sweet on your skin. An increased intake of sugar breaks down the collagen in your skin, which makes it highly vulnerable to the external forces. Not just that; sugar saps the moisture out of your skin cells leaving it dehydrated and dry.
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