6 Golden Skincare Rules to follow for Great Skin

It is often difficult to know what steps to take when getting the most radiant skin. There is lots of information, and it can be hard to choose. Thankfully there are a few best practices which apply pretty much across the board regarding skin care, from drinking clean water to the best essential oils for your skin.

Drink Clean, Pure, Natural Water

Water is the most overlooked area of skin care. Good water is harder to come by than you might think. Most bottled water is heavily contaminated, so using a natural water filter, such as Soma’s glass carafe and plant-based water filters.

You are more or less made of water, and it is vital to all processes, so this may be the most overlooked area of health, well-being, and vitality, which will play a huge part in giving you vibrant, glowing skin. Once you have a supply of clean water drink as much as you can.

Eat healthily

It is a given that oily foods are bad for the body, and sugar can upset your metabolism and gut health, which will have an adverse effect on skin care. To delve down a little further, what we want is foods that are high in Beta Carotene. Beta-Carotene supports Collagen production, which is useful for skin. Foods high in Beta Carotene include Carrots, Spinach and of course dark leafy greens. Dark leafy greens being wonderful superfoods in every possible way.

Get Collagen directly

Getting a high-quality form of collagen is a good way to boost the overall quality of your skin. Collagen is responsible for skin strength and elasticity. The degradation of collagen is accredited with the wrinkles associated with aging. Not what we want. The quality of collagen that you get is essential, in particular, it has to be incredibly bioavailable, meaning that it gets assimilated perfectly into your body, so your skin gets all the benefits. Collagen has been proven to be effective in firming the skin and protecting against skin-related effects of the aging process. Collagen declines naturally with age. It is best taken with collagen precursors and some Vitamin C, as this will boost natural production instead of taking it artificially from an external source.

Hyaluronic Acid (HA)

The best “hack” in relation to skin care would have to be hydraulic acid. HA will leave your skin looking firm and radiant if taken regularly. HA works by locking in moisture in your skin, leaving skin more seamless. It is also responsible for joint support, combating osteoarthritis and is responsible for the resilience of cartilage. One of the main reasons our skin wrinkles as we age is because of a lack of moisture retention. Research has found that the consumption of HA production is correlated with an increase in moisture retention in the skin.  


Not a popular recommendation but unfortunately coffee does not do your skin any favors. Coffee dehydrates you from the inside out. And dehydration is not what the skin wants or needs. There are better alternatives such as herbal teas, water or even the blessed coconut water – a replacement which is also good for your skin.  

Best Essential Oils for skin.

The best has been saved for last. It is important to get the best essential oils for skin care. While there is a range of products, choosing correctly can be the difference between having glowing skin or no difference at all. We have narrowed it down to three of the best essential oils for skin care.  

Frankincense essential oil – This oil is brilliant for all skin types. It helps with chapped, dry skin, evens skin tone, reduces acne and wrinkles and has both antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Lavender essential oil – This oil is renowned for its refreshing scent and is commonly infused in teas for its amazing ability to help you relax. It is good for healing the body to adapt to stress and also regenerates skin cells. A great option to de-stress and for your skin, a skin oil that nobody should be without.  

Rose essential oil – This oil is particularly effective at dealing with dry or aging skin. It contains a number of therapeutic compounds which promote healing. It also possesses antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. Stemming from this, it helps to refine skin tone and texture and has been proven to be effective in combatting dermatitis and psoriasis.    

Amelia is from FixYourSkin.com! She has a lot of experience with skin health and has written several articles that have been published about skincare and health. 


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