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As a teenager keeping yourself healthy is an absolute must! There are 3 main components that keep you looking and feeling healthy. Those components are hair, skin, and nails.

Keeping your hair healthy is very important and super easy. One thing you can do to avoid damage to your hair is to use very little heated products. If you have to use them, make sure the heat level is very low. Also, it helps to avoid shampooing every time you wash your hair. With shampoo, you wash away all the oils needed to help your hair stay healthy and growing. Don’t forget to apply a hair mask to your hair at least 1 time a week.

Teens now obsess over clear skin. There are a few ways to keep your skin fresh and clear. Girls, make sure you take off any makeup before you go to sleep. It is also great for your skin if you exfoliate your skin 1-2 times a week. Make sure you apply a moisturizer to your skin at least twice a day.

Girls also love to keep their nails shiny and healthy. To obtain this title, it is important to minimize manicures and pedicures. Also, take biotin supplements to prevent nails from breaking. Most importantly, do not use acetone based nail polish removers because it just strips your nails.

For those who do not have time to follow some of these tedious hacks, there are some hair, skin, and nails vitamins that cover all your health needs.

Sidney Patterson stresses, “For me, it is beyond important to keep myself healthy. I cannot stress how much I use these hacks to keep my hair, skin, and nails healthy.”

Don’t forget, drink plenty of water! It keeps everything healthy.

 

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