Want Blemish & Scar Free Skin in 2014?

I hope your 2014 is off to a grand start! This time of year is when everyone focuses the most on making changes that will positively impact their health.

So I begin by asking, are you ready to get serious about your skin care this year?

No one wants this to be a better year for you than I do. So this month I'm going to be focusing on things that can make an immediate difference in the look and health of your skin.

Resolutions are many times easier to make than to keep, and I know that if you are able to see results quickly you will stick with your goals and stick with the plan. :-)

So I ask again, are you ready to get serious about your skin care this year? Hopefully it's a resounding YES! Here's who this information will help immediately:

- Those who have come to me for help on acne. I have been asked by many what can I do to stop breakouts and get rid of red marks.

- Those trying to get younger and healthy looking skin. I'm being asked what will work quickly to renew their skin.

- Others who say that the marks and scarring on their skin make them feel unattractive and they want a solution that will work for them to remove these issues.

Well, the good news is there are things you can do right now, this month to make huge improvements in your skin. Here they are in 3 simple actions.

Action 1: Feed Your Skin The Right Diet!

Make the commitment to have 75% of you diet be healthy vegetables and fruits. Make sure to include skin healing and rejuvenating citrus fruits like the blood orange (one of my favorites) and red grapefruits. They contain more of the antioxidant anthocyanin, which gives these red fruits and veggies their color and does amazing things for your skin.

Next, cut the sugar out of your diet. New studies show that over-indulging in sugar causes the new cells of your skin to be weaker and unable to fight off damage.

I have been sharing for years the link between sugar and acne breakouts, now it appear sugar weakens collagen production leading to premature aging problems as well. Adding more fiber, fresh vegetables, and eliminating sugar will make an improvement you can see in your skin in the very first week.

Action 2: Check To Make Sure That The Products You Use Support Your Skin & Give It A Healthy Environment.

Stay away form over-the-counter products that contain benzyl peroxide and salicylic acids as ingredients. Even the "new" products being pitched to acne sufferers are really just re-packaged ingredients that only make the breakout problem worse in the long-term.

Choose face washes and moisturizers that are naturally-based with olive oil or grape seed oil, and glycerin for cleansing properties. Over-drying the skin leads to more dead skin that blocks pores and causes breakouts, not to mention it also speeds up lines and wrinkles! Read your labels and choose your skin care products wisely.

Action 3: Exfoliate, Exfoliate, Exfoliate!

If you have scarring, red marks, and uneven skin tone, then you need to use something like a skin peel to remove this layer of skin to reveal new skin. This is the only way to stimulate the skin to improve circulation which dissolves the red marks and takes off enough skin to even out scars.

I recommend you use peels that are naturally-based, like the Ginale Skin Peel I helped develop for this purpose. Stay away from chemical peels, abrasive scrubs, and machines, as they can cause more problems with irritation and cause even more discoloration and scarring.

You need a daily approach to keeping skin healthy and regenerating itself. Exfoliation is the key! I've put together a free video that shares more about this and can show you how to get results in as few as 7 days. Click on the next link to watch it now.

Click Here To Watch The Get Clear Skin In 7 Days Or Less Free Video

By making a commitment today to make these changes, you will see an amazing improvement in your skin in the days that follow. Please share below how your skin health changes from following these action steps this year!

Wishing you a healthy and joyous day,

Chris Gibson

"Inspiring Healthy Choices For Better Living."

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