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•Red face is something quite natural:
This incredibly sexy shine that your skin has after exercising, is always a challenge, but sometimes, may show a little more flushed, than others. This is normal, since each time run our blood vessels dilate and heat is released, which results in skin redness.
Redness subsides, some time after stop running.
•Shine like a diamond:
When the heart beats climb, with aerobic exercise, they essentially giving away our skin a good dose of oxygenated blood.
This is what makes our skin more radiant, than ever, after exercise.
If you are looking for the easiest way, to show shiny, then you just have to run!
This, will increase blood circulation and will increase, the production of collagen, which will work well for your skin, because your skin will look smoother and your skin will regain its elasticity.
•Fewer pimples and wrinkles:
By exercising, we manage to maintain the levels of the stress hormone cortisol, to normal levels. Cortisol can lead to sebum production, so it is possible, to see your face getting pimples, but it also destroys the collagen in the skin, causing wrinkles.
•Does perspiration results to get pimples?
For the most, our skin is completely OK when we sweat. That which is not impossible to cause us pimples, in various parts of our body us, is to sit with the clothes from sweat for a long time.
Sweat creates a warm, humid environment, and the only certainty is that, if you stay with sweaty clothes, the pores of your skin, might get clogged and you will notice a worsening of acne in various places such as the chest, back, or your forehead .
•The end of Toxins:
If you want to eliminate toxins from your skin, you just have to exercise and you will immediately notice that, your face has
a special glow and your skin will be more "clean" and shiny.
Do not forget the exaggeration never did good to anyone ...
•Do not overdo it:
Research has shown, that specifically heavy exercise, can worsen the health of our skin.
According surveys, very intense exercise, especially when the heart works very fast and does not have a positive effect on your skin. More specifically, according to a survey of 2008 in Free Radical Biology and Medicine, intensive exercise leads to symptoms of cell damage, while moderate exercise, three to five days a week, has a rejuvenating effect on your skin.