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Cheyenne Floyd in Bathing Suit Enjoys "DND"

Here's How She Stays In Shape

Teen Mom star Cheyenne Floyd is soaking up the sun in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. Floyd shared a picture of herself posing on a beautiful beach in a black bikini, with stunning turquoise waters in the background. "DND ☀️," she captioned the post. How does she stay so fit? Read on to see 5 ways Floyd stays in shape and the photos that prove they work—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bathing Suit Photos!


Skincare First


Floyd makes sure her skin is healthy and glowing by using scrubs and moisturizers. "If you have dry skin, exfoliating can help you absorb your moisturizer better," says dermatologist Melanie L. Adams, MD. "Many people invest in the most nourishing moisturizer they can afford, but if your skin can't absorb it because of clogged pores, you're losing out on the full benefits of the product. Additionally, regular exfoliation helps your skin absorb sunscreen so you're better protected from sun exposure."


Sushi Please

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Floyd loves delicious sushi dishes, which can be a healthy choice depending on ingredients. "Eating sushi can be a great way to load up on healthy fats (like omega-3 fatty acids), high quality protein, selenium, and many other key nutrients," says Lauren Manaker, MS, RDN, LD. "Plus, certain varieties of sushi are made with nori, a seaweed that is a natural source of iodine."


Family Tennis

Floyd enjoys tennis with the entire family. "In addition to its physical benefits, tennis has many other advantages," says Daniel Amen, MD. "Though tennis can be a physically demanding sport, it's considered a non-impact sport. Tennis can be a great way to meet new people or spend more time with friends or family. It can be an enjoyable hobby that helps relieve stress. It's also a versatile sport suitable for all ages and skill levels."


Fresh Fruit

Floyd loves fresh watermelon for a healthy and hydrating snack." Did you know watermelon has more lycopene than any other fresh fruit or vegetable?" says Kristi Wempen, RDN. "Lycopene is an antioxidant linked to decreased risk of cancer, heart disease and age-related eye disorders."


Sun Protection

Floyd enjoys holidays in exotic, sunny locales—but she never forgets to put on sun cream. "If you have acne or oily skin, make sure that your sunscreen is labeled as 'non-comedogenic,' which means that it has been shown not to block pores," says Joshua Zeichner, MD, director of cosmetic and clinical research, dermatology department, Mount Sinai Hospital. "If you have dry skin, look for moisturizers with sunscreen or sunscreens that contain hydrating ingredients."

Ferozan Mast
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