The first thing that every person notices when approaching another person is their face. For this reason, you want to have the best face you can get. This does not mean a haggard, skinny face, or a plump face. That is a face with just the right amount of fat and smooth skin.
For most people, all the body weight gain and weight loss show on their faces, and achieving a healthy weight balance is the best way to achieve the facial appearance you want.
Stop eating refined carbohydrates and sugar. Experts show that these foods can cause swelling and inflammation of the blood vessels and a large puffy face is a result. Eat whole grains and fresh fruits instead of enriched flour and sweets.
Over the Counter Medications
Some over-the-counter medications can lead to facial water retention. If you can handle the pain of a sore throat or muscle strain, it’s better for your face without medication. Keep in mind that the proper use of these medications is safe and will not cause any long-term damage to the face. Do not stop taking the medications that were prescribed by your doctor.
Reduce your salt intake.
Eating a lot of salt can create water retention that leads to bloating. Stop or limit your salt intake from convenience foods, potato chips, and other high-salt foods.
Drink lots of water.
Believe it or not, drinking eight glasses of water a day helps eliminate water retention in the body. Your face has a large amount of water, so this is the first place you will notice a difference.
- If you are overweight, general weight loss causes weight loss on your face. Unfortunately, our bodies do not have distinct zones to lose weight, so trust on your face will not without medication be successful.
- For general weight loss, follow a diet high in lean protein, low in fat, and high in fruits and vegetables. Include moderate daily exercise.
- Don’t lose too much weight on your face. You will look younger with round cheeks
Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff