Beauty Hacks That Will Make Your Skin Pop

Monday, July 6, 2020

We’d all love to have perfect skin. But for most of us, it’s a dream. For whatever reason, our skin doesn’t want to play ball. It’s either blotchy or spotty, or there is some other problem holding it back.

It turns out, though, that getting the perfect complexion is easier than you might think. It just requires consistency and commitment to a routine. Here’s what the pros do.

Avoid Stress

Stress, unfortunately, has a real, physiological effect on our bodies. When we have negative thoughts and experiences, they immediately show up in the skin.

The body’s fight or flight response, for instance, leads to increased oil production on the surface of the skin. This excess sebum then gets into pores, clogging them, increasing your chances of having an outbreak.

Stress-lowering strategies include daily meditation, aromatherapy, getting an early night and taking regular exercise.

Eat Plenty Of Nuts And Avocado

You can eat a low-fat diet, and that’s fine. But if you really want your skin to pop, nuts and avocado are the way to go. Both of these plants are full of essential factors that completely transform the skin from the inside out.

Switch Up Your Cosmetics

Not all cosmetics are created equal. Some are great for the skin, but others can lead to skin problems, such as irritation and blocked pores.

Some women buy this long lasting lipstick to prevent the need to continually re-apply. Others look for cosmetics that use a large number of natural ingredients. Many brands are now going down this route.

Exfoliate Your Skin Well

Exfoliation is something you need to do at least a couple of times a month to get rid of all the gunk in your pores. When you exfoliate, you remove the top layer of skin and all dirt with it. The process encourages new skin to grow up from underneath. And it can sometimes induce the skin to repair itself naturally, without the need for fillers or any other technology.

Indulge In A Regular Skincare Routine

Pampering your skin also has a massive impact on how it appears over the long-term. It’s one of the reasons why celebrities are so concerned with face massages, nourishing ointments, and keeping blood circulating to the face.

If you want a proper skincare routine, your best bet is to speak with your dermatologist and ask them for their opinion for how you should proceed. They will come to a plan of action, based on your skin type.

Don’t Expose Your Skin To The Sun

Given how many natural tanning products there are now on the market, there really is no reason whatsoever to expose yourself to the sun deliberately. You might get a short-term glow by spending the afternoon on the beach, but over the long-run, it’ll just damage your skin, leaving it looking worse for wear.

Always wear your SPF. And if it’s the middle of the day, try to find shade whenever you can. Be particularly careful if you spend a lot of time in the water, as this can wash sunscreen off your skin.

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