Tips for Great Skin
By following five simple practices, athletes can capture all the benefits of sweating and avoid the potential for breakouts, rashes and irritation:
Hydrate during a workout. The higher the water content in perspiration, the lower the chance of skin irritation. Water adds minerals, acids and proteins to sweat, reducing the skin's pH imbalance.
Wash your face before you work out. That will help reduce impurities on your skin as you work out. If you are outdoors, apply a sunscreen with an SPF of 45 or higher.
Wear moisture-wicking workout clothing. Wicking moisture away from the skin reduces chafing and discomfort. Some brands even offer anti-microbial fabrics, which help reduce bacteria-induced rashes and irritation.
Shower and cleanse shortly after your workout. It's important to reduce the amount of impurities that could be reabsorbed by the skin. Focus on parts of your body where sweat accumulates (e.g., under your arms and between your toes), not just your face. Use natural products and exfoliate dead skin with a loofah sponge or a natural bristle brush.
Detox often. Detox teas contains natural ingredients that help to cleanse your body and boost your metabolism, supporting your weight loss.
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Author: Kelly Tweeddale