Dance Pizazz’s Shares Ways Dancing Can Help Improve Skin Health

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Dance Pizazz is aware of the many benefits of ballroom dance, including a clearer, healthier skin.

Exercise—such as ballroom dance—is key in reducing stress and therefore promoting healthy, glowing skin.

It’s a fact: Americans are a pretty stressed out bunch. The sources for this stress are as wide-ranging as the consequences manifested onto the human body. Stress takes its toll in many ways, one of them being on the skin; but an undeniable stress-buster and skin-health enhancer is exercise.

Cardiovascular exercise, has a variety of benefits for many areas, especially for the skin. According to Web MD (, exercise—such as ballroom dance—is key in reducing stress and therefore promoting healthy, glowing skin.

Dance Pizazz, the St. Louis area funnest, friendliest dance studio ( wants to help dancers bring their best skin forward. Here’s how ballroom dance can considerably lower stress and help the skin:

  • Manage acne: Dancing will make you sweat—in a good way! Sweat can help unlock oils and dirt trapped in the skin. This, coupled with the increased blood flow of a heart-healthy work out literally keeps the skin clearer inside and out;
  • Reduce the manifestation of eczema and similar skin conditions: The exercise that comes from dancing can help regulate the production of skin-significant hormones, thus reducing inflammation on the skin’s surface; and
  • Keep a youthful glow: Because dancing increases the blood flow to the body, this carries more oxygen and nutrients to your skin cells. In this process, skin cell detoxification is boosted and free radicals are kept at bay—a proven way to promote the cell renewal process that keeps the skin looking young.

For many years, Dance Pizazz has been helping dancers of any level (beginner, intermediate, and advanced) reach their healthy body goals, to include cleaner and clearer skin. Check out and see how our dancers have dramatically improved their skin health and their lives.

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