Time to put your skin on a vegetarian diet to rid it of all its concerns

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We all know that achieving and maintaining healthy skin entails more than just applying a cocktail of highly recommended skin products on your face twice daily, seven days a week. Good skin also requires an approach that works from the inside out.

That would be healthy eating, sleeping better, and some form of exercise. I deliberately didn't mention drinking more water because, while it is great for keeping your skin hydrated, it does not necessarily clear skin concerns. 

READ MORE: Why the beauty industry will never fully embrace spots, scars and pimples

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