We are usually caught up in our daily routine ranging from sleep, profession, and personal work. After a while, our body screams in protest and demands attention, which we rarely pay. Every season takes a great toll on our skin – be it summer or winter.
Now most of us are at home, quarantined, we have the time to slow down and pay attention to things that matter including our skin and body. Even though the world is facing an extreme crisis at the moment, we are still prone to dirt and humidity that can make our skin dull and sometimes irritated as well.
Here are six super tips to get that permanent glow on your skin, which you don’t want to miss!
Cleansing and Exfoliating
With the passing time, it’s essential to take care of your skin by spending a little extra time. Just applying tons of lotions won’t do the job. You need to cleanse your skin twice daily and exfoliate twice a week to get the glow. For cleansing, use a mild cleanser that doesn’t strip off the natural oils of your face. For exfoliation, AHAs or BHAs are your best friend since they exfoliate gently while giving you polished skin. Also, using sheet masks can add the missing radiance to your skin.
The next important step to take is to moisturize your skin. Use only ones specifically made for your face and neck while body lotions will feed the skin of your body. Make sure to change your moisturizer depending on the season going around you. Pick a moisturizer that is natural and contains a good amount of vitamin E, argan oil, or shea butter. Moisturizing seals the glow of your skin and food for your skin, so don’t keep your skin unfed even in summer.
Yes, exercising every day will not only keep your skin healthy, but your body will also thank you! Not to mention the free serotonin it gives you. Doing yoga or an easy workout will keep the blood circulation consistent, and you will discover a natural glow on the skin. The stimulation can help get the blood moving to wake up your whole complexion. Not only that, but exercising is also a stress buster too.
A balanced diet of all nutrients is the healthiest choice that you can make for your skin. After all, the inner glow is the real glow, right? Eating Lots of fruits and vegetables will do the real game by taking absolute care of your skin. Vitamins and antioxidants rich diets will be a bonus treat for your skin as well as body. Leafy veggie juices or smoothies will detoxify your skin.
Drink Plenty of Water
It is the right time to notice whether your skin is getting dry and dull. If so, then dehydration is the real culprit. Drinking plenty of water will help you manage this problem. Since you have more time than usual, get yourself 6-8 glasses of water daily and inculcate this habit into your daily beauty regime to see the amazing results. It helps fight acne by preventing its growth. It also clears your skin by fading the scars keeping it dewy fresh.
Taking Good Sleep
Though it is the last way of taking care of your skin, it is essential too. Having the right amount of sleep is necessary as it provides your skin cells to repair and rejuvenate. To achieve good quality sleep you, need to cut off your screen time and be on the bed before 10 or 11. The ideal sleep duration is seven to eight hours, six being the minimum. If you can’t sleep, try reading a book. This will de-stress you and allow restful sleep.
Overall, skincare seems to be a priority over makeup during this crisis. To have perfect skin is to have a healthy and clear skin. From eating healthy to maintaining a religious skincare routine, is all that you can do while being at home. Having a healthy, radiant, and clear skin is a combination of practice and patience. Follow these simple tips to glow with a flow and achieve your skincare goals. Be consistent and beat the crisis blues!
About the Author
Mariyam is a blogger and editor at thebeautyholic.com. Being a passionate writer, she has been blogging for 5+ years and still going strong. In her pastime, she loves cuddling her pets, watching movies, and reading online articles about beauty, wellness, and lifestyle.