You want clear, vibrant and glowing skin…and you want it now.
We all know the beauty basics of glowing skin:
and drink water faithfully.
I’ve assembled a few new beauty tips–mixed with the old faithful advice dispensed by our mothers and
grandmothers– to maximize your skin’s potential and add a healthy glow.
Get ready to shed dry and flaky skin to reveal healthy and naturally glowing skin that’s ready to make its
début this spring and summer.
Wear some pearls.
Certain shades of pearls, preferably pink and creamy beige, help to cast a beautiful glow upon your skin.
You don’t need to splurge on a luxurious set of Mikimoto pearls; costume jewelry can aid glowing skin too.
Let your skin breathe after a full day of makeup.
Our mothers always warned us to remove our face paint before going to bed. Cleanse your face
thoroughly with soap and water, before hitting the sack.
Who knew that your skin starts to heal and repair itself between 9 and 11 p.m. In fact, the sleep hormone
melatonin works to counteract daytime skin damage and repair it from aggressors like UV and pollution.
Exfoliate. Exfoliate. And then Exfoliate some more.
Restoring the vibrant glow of your youth, or adding a few new glowing skin tips to your beauty arsenal, is
easy to integrate into your daily beauty routine.
Because freshly-cleaned skin reflects more light, slough off dry surface cells before bedtime to reveal the
glowing skin hiding below. Or, try an at-home microdermabrasion kit to remove dead skin.
If you are on a beauty budget, a facial scrub found in your local drugstore will work just as well.
Get glowing skin from the inside out.
Drink 6 to 8 glasses of water daily. On your next doctor’s visit, ask for a recommendation for any
vitamins and supplements that will expose that natural glow hiding within.
Add a dose of exercise every other day to eliminate toxins, increase circulation and get skin glowing.