If you want a flawless, glowing skin, then check out these tips to get beautiful skin naturally.
Radiant and glowing skin give you an unbeatable confidence. A clear, glowing skin gives you a younger looking appearance and a feeling of well-being irrespective of your age or physical condition. In addition, many tips for healthy skin give you the opportunity for some profound pampering. So step ahead, read the following beauty tips for face to get beautiful skin. You deserve to appear and feel beautiful.
Daily Facial Care Routine:
Give your face a gentle exfoliation every week. Exfoliating your skin will help you get rid of dead skin cells, impurities and excess oil, preparing your skin for cleansing and toning simultaneously. After scrubbing, gently massage your skin in circular motion with a cleanser. Do this for a few minutes to encourage blood circulation, to remove makeup and excess oil. You can also use cleansers that contain exfoliating beads. It is advisable to use cleansers that have ingredients like deodorants, colors or fragrances as they tend to dry your skin.
Pour some toner on a cotton plug and swipe it over your face until no excess dirt remains:
Pick a good moisturizer that contains natural oils such as almond or rosemary. Massage it gently into your skin for hydration and a misty look. Sun proof your skin by using a moisturizer with at least SPF 15. This helps in preventing premature aging of skin from sun exposure. Look for moisturizer having humectants like propylene glycol, glycerin, or urea. Humectants are hydrating agents that attract water when you apply them to your skin. Choose moisturizers with alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs). AHAs improve dead skin cell turnover, which results in acne, decreased dryness, wrinkles and age spots. Change moisturizers according to the need of your skin with changing seasons. In the summer, use a lighter product whereas in the winter, go for something thicker and heavier.
Caring For the Skin on the Rest of Your Body:
Avoid taking long, hot showers. Showers strip your skin of fundamental moisture. Limit your showers to 10 minutes especially in the winter. Instead, keep the water lukewarm.
Use facial cleansing creams on your neck and chest. These areas are just as vulnerable to wrinkles and dryness. After cleansing these areas with a facial cream, rub in a facial moisturizer. You can also use a facial mask on these areas once a month.
Skip soaps with heavy deodorants. Instead, go with a soap that contains added fat, like Dove, Neutrogena or Oilatum. The added fat leaves a moisturizing layer on your skin after your shower is over.
Smear a thick moisturizing cream or balm over your hands and feet at night. Then, cover your hands with thin cloth gloves, and put some socks on your feet to allow the moisture to hydrate your hands and feet.
Always use a loofah while washing your body. Loofahs help you eliminate dead skin cells and also prevent bumps from ingrown hair.
Dietary Changes and Supplements:
Pour soy milk on your cereal or take soy isoflavones. If you choose the supplement, go for 160 milligrams per day. Soy proteins are essential to building collagen and protecting collagen from free radical damage.
Enrich your daily diet with the goodness of multivitamins. Choose foods that are rich in vitamins including vitamin A (such as carrots, sweet potatoes, spinach and fortified cereals), vitamin C (such as red and green peppers, broccoli, oranges, strawberries, kiwi) and, vitamin B (such as lean meat, enriched soy, fish, and whole grains).
Drink tea- Tea delivers ample of antioxidants which defend your skin against free radical damage. According to various studies, people who drink tea have less risk to develop squamous cell skin cancer.
Drink at least 8 glasses of water each day. Water keeps your skin hydrated and detoxifies your body.
Clear glowing skin is a dream for every person. By adding these lucrative changes to your lifestyle, you are sure to enjoy a flawless glowing skin.
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