Regular exercise helps tone muscles, of course. That doesn't have a direct affect on skin, dermatologists say. But firmer muscles definitely help you look better overall. For all its many benefits, however, exercise can pose risks to your skin. Fortunately, protecting your skin is easy.How does exercise affect the skin?
Exercise improves circulation and oxygen to the skin which generally makes it healthier and more attractive. Sweating clears the pores and helps remove toxins. So, all in all, exercise is a positive for general health and skin health. There are no hard and fast rules here.