For a radiant complexion, here are 5 simple steps you can take today to help your skin glow!
1. Exfoliate Dullness Away
You’re not going to shine if there’s buildup on your skin that’s dulling your glow. Make sure you are removing dead skin cells and the accumulation of dirt and grime that unavoidably clings to your skin by the end of each day.
Use a gentle exfoliant to cleanse skin of buildup and polish the surface to reveal fresh skin.
Try: LuRey Microdermabrasion Mask. Infused with rosemary leaf extract, shea butter, almond oil, and jojoba oil, this mask hydrates while buffing away pore-clogging imperfections and dead skin. The mask also contains Aloe Vera to calm the skin and reduce inflammation.
2. Eat Vitamin C Foods
Ingesting foods with high levels of Vitamin C can help to promote a glowing look. You can get your vitamin C fix by snacking on grapefruit, orange, or adding a lime to your morning cup of water.
Did you know red peppers contain large amounts of vitamin C—even more than an orange? Dr. Julia Carroll, a dermatologist with Compass Dermatology in Toronto explains that “Vitamin C is a pre-cursor to collagen production” which can keep your skin plump and full.
Furthermore, since exposure to sunlight “creates free radicals” vitamin C, an antioxidant, will help to reverse this damaging occurrence by neutralizing free radicals, thus shielding skin from DNA damage.
3. Use A Humidifier to Promote Skin Hydration
You may have used a humidifier to add moisture to your bedroom when you were suffering from a cold or a sore throat.
However, adding a humidifier to your bedroom even when you’re not feeling under the weather can reap great benefits.
In a previous blog post we chatted about the ways in which winter air can wreak havoc on the condition of your skin by drying it out.
When used in a wintry or dry climate, a humidifier will add back moisture to the air in your