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How to Achieve Glowing Skin

Emoni Rochelle

Beautifully glowing skin is easy to spot but can be difficult to achieve on your own. Many of us are lacking consistency in the healthy-skin-practices department such as getting a full night's sleep, eating a healthy and balanced diet, and having little-to-no stress.

While most of us will fall short of making the perfect lifestyle choices, you can still achieve healthy-looking, glowing skin without being perfect. Here we're going to give you a quick guide on how to easily boost the glow in your skin.

1. Get rid of toxins

The air is full of toxins that can be harmful to the skin such as smoke, pollution, dirt and free radicals. These things can damage the building blocks of the skin, causing it to appear dull and lifeless over time.

To help with this, it's very important to cleanse your skin each and every night. Double cleansing with both a cleansing oil or balm and a foaming cleanser is great because it ensures that you're getting all of the dirt, oil, and pollutants out of your pores. Also, using a cleansing brush or cloth will provide gentle exfoliation, helping to make sure your skin is clean.

After cleansing, use an antioxidant-rich serum which will protect the skin from potential damage the next day.

Scrub away dead skin cells

One of the most common reasons your skin may appear dull and lack luster is due to a buildup of dead skin cells. It's important to exfoliate the surface of your skin so that your skin cells are being renewed and regenerated on a regular basis.

If you have sensitive skin, using a gentle scrub that contains lightweight oils will not only help to get rid of dead skin cells but also add moisture and rebuild the skin's natural barrier. If your skin is not particularly reactive, it may be a good idea to introduce chemical exfoliants to your skincare routine. Chemical exfoliants such as glycolic and lactic acids work to chemically remove dead skin cells, improving tone and texture and renewing the skin's outermost layer to reveal smooth, even and glowing skin.

Dehydration

Just as your body gets dehydrated if you don't drink enough water, your skin will also become dehydrated if not moisturized properly. A loss of moisture within the skin's layers will definitely cause dullness and may even result in a damaged skin barrier.

To help prevent dehydration use a daily moisturizer that contains hydrating ingredients that will continue to work as the day goes on. Hyaluronic acid and glycerin are a couple of ingredients that work as humectants - collecting moisture from the environment and putting back into the skin.

Another tip is to use a face oil at night after your cleanser, moisturizer, and serum. This will lock in moisture overnight. When you wake up in the morning, your skin will still be moisturized and glowing.

Nutrients

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Of course, healthy looking skin is not only a result of the products you use, but it is also affected by the nutrients you put into your body. It can be difficult to ensure that you're receiving all of your daily vitamins through food alone. This is where vitamins and supplements come in.

Taking a multivitamin daily can boost your health and ensure you're getting the essential vitamins and antioxidants delivered to your skin. In particular, vitamins C and E as well as and biotin and collagen supplements can help to boost the skin's natural radiance and tone while rebuilding the proteins in your skin.

In all, achieving healthy, glowing skin is a result of both good lifestyle choices and using the right skin care. While you don't need to have the perfect diet or get eight hours of sleep every single night to have healthy looking skin - striving to make the right lifestyle choices as much as possible and using products that cleanse, renew, rebuild and protect the skin will boost your skin's glow from the inside out.


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