• 18 Jul, 2024

6 Tips For Healthy Skin (Science Based)

6 Tips For Healthy Skin (Science Based)

The YouTube video titled "6 Tips For Healthy Skin (Science Based)" provides information on the three layers of the skin and offers health tips to help men achieve their best skin.

For the epidermis layer, it is advised to choose the right exfoliant to avoid damaging the skin. Four types of exfoliants are suggested depending on your skin type. The frequency of exfoliation varies depending on the individual's skin type. For the dermis layer, it is important to protect the proteoglycans and oil glands. Three steps to care for the proteoglycans are provided, including increasing the intake of vitamin C and E, and applying ferulic acid vitamin C and E. No specific tips are mentioned for the hypodermis layer, but it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle to ensure optimal skin health, which includes getting enough sleep, eating a balanced diet, staying hydrated, and exercising regularly to improve blood circulation. The video also recommends consuming more antioxidants to maintain the health of the hypodermis layer, which can be achieved through consuming foods such as dark chocolate, blueberries, peanut butter, coconut milk, and steel cut oats. Intermittent fasting and reducing the eating window to 6-8 hours a day are also recommended to trigger cellular regeneration and help the skin renew faster. A link to another video in the series on the great filter is provided for further information. 

 

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  • For Healthy Skin (Science Based)" discusses the three layers of your skin: the epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis. It provides two health tips for each layer to help men achieve their best skin. For the epidermis, it is advised to choose the right exfoliant to avoid damaging your skin. Four types of exfoliants are suggested depending on your skin type - chemical exfoliants, beta hydroxy acid exfoliants (BHA), physical exfoliants, and glycolic acid exfoliants. The frequency of exfoliation also varies depending on the individual's skin type. For the dermis layer, it is essential to protect your proteoglycans and oil glands. Three steps to care for your proteoglycans are provided, including increasing the intake of vitamin C, increasing the amount of vitamin E, and applying ferulic acid vitamin C, and E. These steps help maintain the skin's hydration, elasticity, and protect the proteoglycans from UV radiation. Lastly, for the hypodermis layer, no specific tips are directly mentioned, but it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle to ensure optimal skin health. This includes getting enough sleep, eating a balanced diet, staying hydrated, and exercising regularly to improve blood circulation.

 

 

  • 00:05:00  In this section of the video, the speaker discusses the importance of taking care of the deepest layer of the skin, the hypodermis. Consuming more antioxidants is recommended to maintain the health of the hypodermis layer, which can be achieved through consuming foods such as dark chocolate, blueberries, peanut butter, coconut milk, and steel cut oats. The speaker also suggests making a shake with a combination of these foods for added antioxidant intake. Additionally, changing what you eat to improve gut health can also improve skin health. The video recommends intermittent fasting and reducing the eating window to 6-8 hours a day to trigger cellular regeneration and help the skin renew faster. A link to another video in the series on the great filter is provided for further information.