Poor eating habits and a poor lifestyle can literally show in the skin and across the face.
Foods that have a high salt or sugar content can do a lot of damage. Collagen in the skin, which keeps it toned and tight, can be damaged by too much sugar in any diet. Salt dries out anything it touches. Skipping meals can be just as bad for your skin and try to supply your body with a constant supply of nutrients. Vitamin A (carrots and sweet potatoes), B3 (legumes & nuts), Vitamin C (citrus fruit), and E (avocados) all help to postpone aging and help stave off dehydration. a good amount of water each day will keep your properly hydrated as well. This should be about 2 litres across the day and this should be just water, not as a drink and certainly not as alcohol.
Sleep is vital for good health, including the health of your skin. If your body is craving sleep, chances are you need a few more hours each night. However, don’t fall asleep in your makeup as it will cause clogged pores and can cause bacterial infections.
It is also important to make time for at least a little bit of exercise. Exercise increases circulation through your body, which means your skin will get a good dose of oxygen as well. Perspiration can be uncomfortable but it’s actually a very important part of the exercise process.
Perspiration removes toxins and dead skin cells from your body. Probably the most important reason to exercise is that it naturally removes stress. When left untreated, stress can have a huge impact on your overall health and can make your skin appear aged, dull, and can cause unnecessary rashes and breakouts.
All basic stuff, but still...