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Exercise and Your Complexion
By Donovan Baldwin

Okay, we all know it, and the message is everywhere: exercise can do a body good. It can help you to stay trim, tone muscles, and help to boost energy as well. What you probably don't know, however, is the fact that exercise can actually help you finally get that clear, youthful complexion that you've always wanted.

It's a simple truth that regular moderate exercise will nourish the skin all over the body with fresh blood, oxygen, and nutrients. As well, the increased blood flow and circulation that come with regular workouts will help to remove toxins from the body and improve the condition of all your vital organs, including the epidermis...the outer level of the skin.

A lot of people worry about exericsing, believing that sweat will trigger acne flare ups. The fact is, sweating is usually great for any type of congested skin, as it helps promote the flushing of impurities from the epidermal layer and will clean out the pores. Vigorous exercise can actually correct hormonal imbalances that trigger blemishes, therefore reducing the likelihood of outbreaks.

Any physical routine that you like to do, such as yoga, running, biking, spinning, pilates, boxing, practicing one of the martial arts and such, will help to lessen the stress that you encounter on a daily basis and help to prevent stress related acne.

Keep in mind that exercise may not be a miracle cure for everything, as you may still experience breakouts from time to time although your acne outbreak will certainly be less severe and last for a much shorter time frame.

Exercise is also great for some other skin conditions that may or may not have to do with the presence of acne. Your skin losing its elasticity or becoming thin and less resilient is something that we all encounter.  This is going to be a common problem for may of us as we get older.

As we all get older, we start to lose collagen, which will make us look older and tired. As many of us don't know, physical activity, i.e. regular exercise, can actually help to promote the growth of collagen in skin cells, which will help plump up your facial skin and help make you look younger and more vibrant.

If you are worried about wrinkles, you should become aware of the relaxation that comes automatically after you exercise. This has the effect of making your muscles, facial muscles included, soften up. What this means, is that your lines will appear less pronounced, helping to contribute to the youthful look that you are trying to achieve.

With exercise you can create a smaller waist, better muscle tone, softer skin, fewer blemishes, and an overall younger, fresher look. If you've wanted to improve your complexion, you shouldn't hesitate to exercise.  Exercise will help you feel more alive as well as improve your body. All you need to do is take a little bit of time out of your daily schedule to do some exercise - it's as simple as that.

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Exercise and Your Complexion

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