It may not seem relevant but a healthy balanced diet and regular exercise can make a big difference to the skin.
So before you go off to buy a different skin care product examine your daily routine and see if there are any changes you can make.
Healthy skin is boosted by good circulation which all stems from the heart pumping, so a good walk or jog will not only keep your muscles supple but also get your heart working faster. Try to find an exercise that you really enjoy, a racquet sport can be a lot of fun as well as a great form of exercise.
If it seems impossible to fit an exercise routine into your already busy life then consider taking a walk during your lunch break or cycling to work instead of using public transport.
Be creative because it will be very beneficial for both your body and your skin. Exercise also will help to reduce stress levels which have a very negative effect on the skin.
Drinking lots of water will help to keep your skin hydrated and the increased consumption of Omega-3 fatty acids will boost your immune system and it will also burn more fat. Oily fish are a great source so try to eat it several times every week; it contains plenty of protein so try changing meat for fish wherever possible.
Vegetables have many vitamins and nutrients that will be very beneficial for the skin. Reduce the amount of fatty foods you eat and bulk up with healthy pulses and other sources of protein. Eat leaner cuts of meat and cut down on red by replacing it with white meat.