Various factors affect the skin color of the face: oxygen starvation of the skin, unhealthy diet, vitamin deficiency, frequent stressful situations, air pollution, elementary non-observance of the daily routine, the use of environmentally unclean foods, and the existence of bad habits. In a person under such conditions of life, diseases of the internal organs can occur, which provoke a change in the color of the skin of the face.
In general, pallor of the face combined with puffiness signals that there may be problems with the kidneys. And if, with pallor of the skin, low blood pressure and rapid physical fatigue are still observed, then this is a signal of iron deficiency. By the way, a pale skin tone is also characteristic of a number of other diseases: with lung diseases, lack of vitamins, and various infectious diseases. In addition, such a short-term complexion may be present in a person who is overtired, nervous, or has not slept.
Also, a pale color can be observed in people who lead a sedentary lifestyle. Having learned such information, in no case, do not engage in self-determination of your diagnosis, and even more so, do not self-medicate. The first thing you will need to do is go to the doctor's office and cure the disease that will come to light, and only then do the procedures for healing and improving the complexion of the skin. Skin is considered healthy if it is pinkish with a slight blush on the cheeks.
General rules for restoring a healthy complexion
There are a number of generally accepted rules for restoring a healthy complexion:
- Start cleansing the body and adhere to proper nutrition.
- Quit smoking and drinking alcohol.
- Practice regular walks in the fresh air.
- Exercise regularly.
- Reduce stressful situations.
- Always be in a good mood.
- Love the people around you, enjoy life.
- Take time for basic skin care at home.