Eight Beauty Hacks For Glowing SkinPosted by KOJI KAMODA on
If you are someone with skin issues, you are not alone in feeling jealous of the countless people around you who seem to be exuding vitality. It seems as though their skin just emanates an ethereal glow. If you, too, want to get glowing skin like your friends or celebrities, it’s important to understand what “glowing” really means. Simply put, glowing skin boils down to how well hydrated and “shiny” it looks. These 8 tips will teach you how to achieve that perfect level of moisture and shine so you can feel more confident in yourself.
Thoroughly Cleanse Your Face
This is the advice that you will always hear. Why, you may ask, is cleaning so important for the glow? Well, think of your skin like a canvas atop which you create art. If your canvas is dirty, it’ll definitely affect your look. So, it’s time to unclog your pores from debris with some mild cleansers.
Regularly Moisturize Your Skin
What comes after cleansing? Moisturizing, of course! Moisture is the most effective way to get that dewy complexion because light can reflect off it and create shine on your face. Moisturizers with gentle ingredients are best as they won’t irritate the skin.
Use A Face Mask
If you have used a face mask before, you know how useful it can be to elevate your skin for a big occasion like a birthday dinner or your friend’s wedding. The moisture levels in your skin increase dramatically when you use it. For an added revitalizing feel, pop your mask into the fridge for 10 minutes beforehand so your skin feels cool as you use it.
Eat Foods With Antioxidants
The biggest indication of what you consume can be seen on your face. Have you noticed more breakouts when you eat huge quantities of food that have a high glycemic index? Choose foods that are rich in antioxidants such as berries and nuts which prevent skin from hyperpigmentation and UV damage.
Exfoliate Your Skin
Exfoliating one’s skin is so important to brighten it up, but most people don’t realize its benefits. Exfoliating helps you both in the short-term, by smoothing the skin and removing dead skin cells and long-term by even your skin tone. Do note that the frequency of application depends on your skin type.
Get A Facial Massage
A massage is very underrated and surprisingly so as it is no secret that a facial massage helps promote blood circulation in your face. It can be easily done whilst you cleanse your face.
Remember that your skin’s level of moisture will reflect the amount of water that you drink. So do remember to get in at least 8 to 10 glasses of water per day.
Seek A Dermatologist’s Help
Glowing skin is achieved by making sure your skin is healthy, first and foremost. Your dermatologist can help you if you have any skin conditions that make it difficult for you to use certain products on your skin so do seek their advice.