Steps for healthy skin:
Decrease your sugar intake. Try and cut sugar out of your diet,
Get some sun. Recent studies have shown that Vitamin D prevents many types of cancer. Obviously too much sun is bad for you, just as too much of anything is bad for you, but in moderation the sun can be your best friend. Depression has been linked to lack of Vitamin D.
Eat nuts and fish. Both create oils that are good for cleaning out the bad oils that come from both your environment and from that hamburger you ate last night. Specifically, almonds have the calcium and magnesium in them that your body needs to protect your skin from the harmful effects of your environment. The omega-3’s in Salmon alone help keep your hair shiny, you nails and teeth strong, and your skin clear.
Drink water, even when you’re not thirsty. Thirst is not the first sign of dehydration, but it is a good way of knowing you’re not getting enough to drink.