Maintaining the health and beauty of your skin is a top requirement for anybody interested in looking and feeling good. It can also be a complicated process, which requires dedication and discipline if you hope to maintain good, healthy skin in later periods of your life. Some of the requirements involve the way you live your life; the food you eat, the level of activity you engage in, and the amount of sunlight you are exposed to (both on a regular and non-regular basis), while others involve the types of products your use; bath salts and lotions, skin creams, ex-foliating gels, and more general treatments. All of these are factors determining the health of your skin, both now and far into the future, but navigating all of this and finding a treatment and process which works for you can be difficult. A good rule of thumb is to simply avoid anything which puts too large a stress on your skin, such as with too much sunlight, or drastic shifts in weight, all while ensuring that when your skin feels dry, you moisturise, and that you ex-foliate regularly. This will allow your body to work as it should, which will ensure that you keep healthy, youthful skin, for a long time.