You are here because you love the game Second Life, just like everyone here at the blog loves the fun! Second Life is undoubtedly a big part of our lives, and over the years, we’ve learned a few things about staying happy and healthy while playing.
Did you know that the skin is the largest organ in the body? In light of this, I want to share with you my top tips for keeping your skin healthy while playing Second Life.
Four Tips for Great Skin
Use Good Skincare
The best thing you can actually do for your skin is to use top-quality skincare products, such as Verso Skincare. Good skincare gently supports the skin’s natural processes without overloading it with chemicals. It’s OK to keep it simple; use a gentle cleanser morning and evening, then a moisturizer. You could add a serum or two into your routine, too, to really give your skin a boost! Verso has a fantastic range of products to choose from, with something to suit every skin type.
Dehydrated skin can show premature signs of aging, so it’s vital to make sure you’re drinking enough water. When you’re playing (and when you’re not!), always keep a glass of water nearby and take a drink from it every few minutes. Keep your skin hydrated to prevent the cells from collapsing, which is what causes those unsightly wrinkles.
Eat a Healthy Diet
All of us know we should eat more healthy foods, but do you know how much of an effect a more nutritious diet will have on your skin? A diet rich in essential vitamins and nutrients will help to maintain your skin’s protective barrier, meaning breakouts and dry patches will be a thing of the past. In addition, your skin and your body will thank you if you replace those unhealthy snacks with some lovely, juicy fruit!
Get Enough Sleep
Sleep is essential, but most of us don’t get enough. Getting the right amount of sleep helps to keep your skin looking its best because sleep allows the body to heal. Without that opportunity, your body works in a kind of ’emergency mode’ and never gets the chance to look after itself properly. So, even if you want to stay up all night playing Second Life, make sure you sleep eight hours a night!