I was never happy with my skin before - the pimples, the rash, all over my dirty face; they might not as seriously bad but I never liked it. So, I pissed off at myself and I decided to do a little bit of research and experiment, and after that, I noticed some changes - that’s until some people pointed that out.
Before, I ate a lot of sweets, fried foods, junks and I never cared about what went into my mouth - pretty much I treated it like a trash can. But from the day I told myself that I wanted to change to have a better and healthy eating habit, my body started to change and this included my skin.
I want to recommend some good foods that can help you in skin cleaning. They were some of the stuffs I ate and am still eating, now and then.
Water! Recommended 8 glasses of water a day as it helps your body flush out toxins. It also keeps your brains fully functional so you feel less stressful.
Berries (strawberries, blueberries, blackberries) are good skin cleaning antioxidants, they’re also rich in fibre!
Nuts (I ate almonds) have vitamin E, copper, magnesium, manganese, potassium, calcium and iron which are all essential to skin health and function.
Brown rice can be linked with skin health, it is rich in source of B vitamins, protein, selenium and magnesium, as well as several antioxidants.
Broccoli has antioxidants like vitamin A, B comples, C, E and K which will all help to add luminosity to the skin and to revive the damaged tissue.
Salmon can help to speed up the skin’s natural healing process.
Tomatoes are rich in vitamin C, which helps to keep the skin firm by aiding collagen production.
Avocado boosts the skin’s vitality and luminosity, which many already know that.
Green tea will improve your skin!
Beetroot has a very high in vitamin A, also potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, and vitamin E, which is essential for epidermal health and healing.
Tofu is a good source of healing vegetable protein, calcium and healthy unsaturated fat - also a rich source of antioxidants, as well as other minerals.
..and there are more! Foods or fruits such as pumpkin seeds, sweet potatoes, mackerel, eggs, red grapes and even garlic - they’re all top skin clearing foods!
I refuse to accept Persona x Detective Naoto as canon. Sorry. Granted, I haven’t read it, but it seems like a lot of fanservice, at least artistically. Look, Naoto has long hair now and she’s wearing a bikini! And hey, for some reason, she’s naked! I have nothing wrong with a more feminine Naoto who’s comfortable with herself and her body. I just don’t like her design in this book. It doesn’t even look like Naoto.
It doesn’t matter if you don’t think of it as cannon, it is regardless of your opinion. Not giving a chance before reading is very narrow minded.
So for the last few months my friend convinced me into trying out LARPing; Vampire: The Masquerade. I was hesitant to try it, but what kind of nerd would I be if I dismissed something because it was “weird”? I’m already doing tabletop Role Playing, and LARPing is basically the same but with more acting.
I won’t lie, it was a little weird with all the costumes but it set in the modern times so I wasn’t that bad. I was role playing Liam Mastersons; a toreador, which is a vampire clan who are big into beauty and art, and he was a sketch artist. I made him super gorgeous only because I thought it be hilarious with him being exceptionally good looking but social awkward.
It is a lot of fun and the group I’m playing play a big part, really helpful, insightful and funny. But the more I play, the more I’m not sure it’s my kind of game; it really heavy on the social and role playing aspect, It’s not that I’m all about the combat and I quite enjoy actually role playing the social situation, but it’s a lot of politics and scheming, the sessions are built around having court on that night and after that, we have to right what we do during our “down time” until the next game. This is not a bad thing at all, it’s just not what I’m used to, I’m not used to so much politics, I’m not much of a schemer, and I’m used to playing a session where a few weeks can take within 5 hours so I feel like my character hasn’t accomplished much.
That being said, I really like watching and observing the game, much more then playing. The plot and pacing is picking up, so I’ll stick it out, maybe I’ll enjoy myself.
I will always reblog things like this, it won’t ruin your blog or the look of it, and this could potentially save a life.