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What are some natural treatments for healthy skin?

Ms. Ashley Koff, RD
Nutrition & Dietetics
Apart from a healthy diet, any attempt at healthy skin must include a regular fitness routine that gets the circulation going, blood pumping, and your skin sweating. Try the following quick remedies:
  • Slather the body with organic coconut oil after a shower.
  • Dry-brush to improve lymphatic circulation and minimize cellulite (you can find dry skin brushes at most beauty supply stores).
  • Stretch before and after your workout.
  • Run with a sweatshirt on. Ever wonder how those got their name? They help to get you to sweat more if you wear them during your workout (Rocky Balboa style).
  • Schedule a spa day with a friend and sit in the sauna and/or steam bath for a long, sweaty soak.
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