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  • 1.  Protection to physical trauma, biological, chemical agents and UV radiation Prevents water loss Thermoregulation (regulates body temperature to heat & cold) Excretory function – sweat Sensory information Expression Vitamin D synthesis Main part of external beautyLargest organ of the body ~ 16% of the body weight
  • 2. Human Skin sebaceous glandepidermisdermissubcutis fat cells hair follicle eccrine sweat gland
  • 3.  Wrinkles  Age spots  Dryness  Skin becomes thinner and loses fat  Susceptible to damage or take long to heal  sagging skinChronological aging• As age increases• Begins at mid 20s
  • 4. SmokingUnhealthy Diet Sun exposure Photo aging external factors Harmful chemicals
  • 5. Other causes of skin changes Allergies to plants and other Conditions including: substances  Blood vessel diseases Climate  Diabetes Clothing  Nutritional deficiencies Exposures to industrial and  Obesity household chemicals  Reactions to medications Indoor heating  Stress  Hormonal changes
  • 6. Internal careExternal care
  • 7. Skin Water vs. contains other70% water fluids More amount for active life style
  • 8. Vitamin C rich Fruits and vegetables Reduce effect of Vitamin A rich Fruits and vegetables sun damageVitamin E rich foods
  • 9. Two Macronutrients for Skin Fats & OilsProteinCell generation andrepair Almonds, Ghee, Walnut, Flax seeds, Safflower oil etc.
  • 10. Zinc : for healthy Skin Vegetable sources: Cauliflower, Cucumber• Wound healing , Tomato, Peas, Lettuc e, Radish• Mild astringent – dry skin, itching, rash, diaper rash Fruits:• Prevention of acne Banana, Blackberry, O lives, Peaches, Strawb• Used in the treatment of erry dermatitis. Milk & milk Nuts & Oil Seeds: products Almond, Cashew, Peanut, W alnut, Pumpkin seeds, Sunflower seeds, Selenium potent antioxidant
  • 11. Acne & Foods Caffeine: increase Hormone production Sources; Coffee, Tea, Cola drink, Chocolate Refined CHO & Sugar: Insulin secretion and hormonal activity Dairy & meat Products: Individual sensitivityNuts:Almonds, peanuts, Walnut Tuna: high mercury levels
  • 12. Exercise & Skin Health•Reduces Acne: improves blood circulation• Distressing• Improved Hormonal balance•Detoxify
  • 13. Healthy Skin Diet tips Hydrate your self through out the day Swap your carbohydratesTrade in your fats Criticize your diet keep strings and peels Look after protein intake
  • 14. Divya R. SanglikarNutritionist