What does a smile say to you? If there’s one thing it says, it’s happiness. But a smile is also a beautiful thing. While models may opt for a serious smoldering look, true beauty emerges from behind a happy smile.
In fact, you might not know this, but showing your teeth has a number of health benefits as well. Smiling and laughing lead to improved health, but can also improve your personality and mental health. When you are happy and smile or laugh – your body goes through a number of changes, even without you knowing it. This is all for the good, so it doesn’t hurt to smile every once in a while.
Ready, Set, Smile!
We ladies can apply our favorite makeup and jewelry but your best beauty accessory is one of the prettiest things that anyone can wear. Smiling shows the positivity and beauty within and that is something that people pay thousands of dollars for.
If for some reason you are uncomfortable with your teeth, it is best to take good care of them. A dentist or www.wellnessdentalcare.com can offer some advice but you have to take control of the day to day. Brush your teeth regularly, don’t drink soda, floss daily, use mouthwash and your teeth with thank you for it!
Boost Those Endorphins!
Did you know that smiling helps release endorphins? Even if it’s a fake smile! These endorphins make you feel good and reduce stress. If you’re feeling down, start to smile. A good smile and a bit of laughing can also help you release pent up emotions. Bottling up your feelings will not serve you well in the long run. I know this from experience. So giggle, grin and enjoy life. Play music or watch a TV show or movie that makes you laugh. You might find yourself feeling a lot better afterward. Plus, people will enjoy spending time with you when you exude positive vibes and happiness.
Play music or watch a TV show or movie that makes you laugh and puts you in a good mood. You might find yourself feeling a lot better afterward. Plus, people will enjoy spending time with you when you exude positive vibes and happiness.
Your teeth and a smile aren’t all there is to your mouth though. You also need to take good care of your lips. Otherwise, a smile might be painful. Dry skin around the mouth can lead to sores, bumps, and tears in the skin, which can be very painful.
Apply lip balm on a daily basis, especially during hot days and on cold winter days. This keeps your lips soft, full and allows you to smile more comfortably. Our lips are external and therefore are not protected, so take good care of them.
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Keep your hands and your tongue off of your lips also. Licking and touching can lead to dryness and exacerbates issues. Basically, messing around with your lips too much can lead to skin issues so see a doctor in severe cases.
It’s all in a smile, so look after your teeth and lips and start showing the world that grin a bit more. You’ll feel better if you do, I promise. It’s one thing to look stylish but it’s another thing to look happy so live, laugh, love, and start smiling more!
– Marsha 💋