Beautiful Skin Is Possible With Regular Exercise

May 20

Exercise offers so many benefits to women’s health that we often overlook the fact that exercise can improve the health and beauty of our skin, too. From increasing circulation to helping to rid the skin of toxins, exercise can give a woman’s skin a natural glow that can’t be found in any of the finest skin products.

• Aerobic exercise builds endurance and promotes circulation by increasing the heart rate. As this occurs, blood is circulated quicker throughout the body, thereby increasing circulation and depositing nutrients to the skin cells, which helps to improve a woman’s skin.

• Both aerobic and strength training exercises help to rid the skin of potentially damaging toxins. Sweating during exercise helps to clean clogged pores. Be sure to keep a clean towel to wipe sweat away.

• Exercise has been found to increase collagen growth in some people. A main component to keeping skin looking young, collagen is the fiber that protects the skin from wrinkles and lines.

• One of the most amazing benefits of exercise is the ability to improve acne-prone skin. That’s because exercise helps to reduce stress, a major contributor to break-outs. When women are under stress, their adrenal gland produces male type hormones that in turn cause blemishes and clogged pores.

Exercise has long been known to help control weight, build strength, improve flexibility and provide lifelong benefits for healthy living. The facts above are proof that exercise can help to give a woman beautiful skin as well. This evidence is reason enough to begin an exercise program today.

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2 Comments

  1. This is a great and much over looked point. Thanks for this

  2. John M. Rowley on 05/20/2011 at 8:14 am
  3. Hey Karen!

    Hope you don’t mind but I’m becoming a huge fan of your page LOL!

    I think your articles are direct and to the point and I’m really enjoying them.

    I loving the article above because i find that even as a man who isn’t in the first blush of youth that exercise has definitely help me hold back the dreaded march of time and has given my skin a very youthful appearance as well so I very much agree with your comment on exercise and collagen.

  4. Garth Delikan on 05/30/2011 at 6:18 am