What do you do to keep you, your body and more to the point, your skin feeling and looking healthy?

Not that my skin is horrible but it could be better. I keep a strict crossfit workout schedule with no weights although my diet could be better, I also like to apply something for my face twice a day and shower twice a day. 

What do you do ? I'd love to hear it

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I'd also like to add the I constantly drink hot tea in the winter months, and I mean Constantly!

Believe it or not I got my morning routine from "American Psycho." I figure it's just as good a routine as any other:

Aha thats so funny because I was thinking of the same thing FUN FACT: My mother is in that movie

I'd also like to add that take a multi-vitamin everyday

I take Alive vitamins because they have veggies in them, I hate vegetables, If vegetables had eyes, I'd poke them out with a stick.

My step-dad was in "North By Northwest."

As for the body I work out with weights.

For my skin I have a face wash and an after shave balm. I drink a lot of green thee, (some people say that it´s good for your skin) eat pretty healthy and take a multivitamin-pill every day.

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