5) Eat Better
What you eat affects how your skin looks. Your body needs a lot of nutrients to help it perform all its functions, including building new cells and repairing existing ones. If you’re not eating healthy food, then you’re not feeding your body enough nutrients to build new cells and repair older ones. Eat a balanced diet full of vitamins and minerals from fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and legumes—all great sources of energy for your skin cells.
6) Drink More Water
Try to drink 2 liters of water a day. No, you don’t have to drink it all at once. Drink a glass of water first thing in the morning, and then drink another one throughout your workday. You should be drinking water whenever you’re thirsty throughout the day; if you aren’t feeling thirsty often, try adding some lime or lemon juice to a glass of warm water.