Did you know the average person has around 300 million skin cells? Or that a single square inch of skin accounts for roughly 19 million of them, as well as being home to 300 or so sweat glands?
Clear, healthy, smooth skin is a life-long process, supported by a diet rich in fruit, vegetables, vitamin C, antioxidants, omega-3 and litres of water.
But that doesn’t mean you’re stuck with skin you’re in.
Our skin renews itself every 28 days, so it’s worth spending time nurturing it, treating it and feeding it from the inside.
Sounds easier said than done though, right?
Giving your skin a boost from within can make the crucial difference between a tired, grey appearance and a healthy glow.
But if your current day-to-day isn’t cutting it, this could be why…
Cell reproduction is fuelled by a good diet and driven by oxygen. Without it, our cells can’t regenerate efficiently, which leads to a dull, lacklustre epidermis. And our recent lockdown lifestyle hasn’t helped. Stress, lack of sleep, junk food and a more sedentary pace of life over the past 12 months means most people have unwittingly depleted their oxygen levels and seen the negative impact on their skin. Loss of elasticity and the formation of lines and wrinkles are the key culprits.
Have you noticed a difference to your skin?
A high concentration of good quality oxygen can kickstart the body’s healing process, stimulate collagen production, aid circulation, reduce inflammation and hydrate your complexion.
So, just how do we get the gains?
With time spent outdoors currently at a premium, wellbeing products like supplemental oxygen are growing in popularity. Especially among beauty and skin care bloggers and vloggers. And it’s here where the gains are greatest.
You can understand why, when you consider the benefits. Cans of ClearO2’s 15l supplemental oxygen, with a super handy inhaler cap have been in higher demand than ever, putting pressure on the company’s facility in Bridgnorth.
It seems the trend is set to continue, as skin care vloggers throughout Europe incorporate a twice daily dose of oxygen-enriched air to their skin care routine.
Planning to swot up? Start here: six skin care vloggers you need to watch this year.
Let us know how you get on!