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Need Glowing Skin?

Updated on March 15, 2017

Who else wants a glowing, picture-perfect, flawless skin? Dumb question! Everyone wants that type of skin.

While it is easy for us to admit we all want a glowing skin, not everybody is ready to work towards it. Additionally, there are bunch of other people like you reading this article who desire picture-perfect skin but don't know how to get it. Well, you've made a right decision today to check out this article, you will learn how to maintain a paparazzi-worthy skin.

I know you must have asked your skin specialists or dermatologist a thousand times how to get a glowing skin. The tips you will read in this article isn't just any theory, it is a tried, tested and proven method that guarantees result in a very short time. You will learn to get rid of pimples, dark spots, zits, baggy eyes, or dark circles, all of them are enemies to your skin beauty. You will also learn how to keep your skin hydrated to avoid itchy skin and finally, how to reduce oil accumulation in your face.

Hope, I've got you excited? Alright, let's go:

How to Get Picture-Perfect, Glowing, Flawless Skin

1. Drink Plenty of Water

Yes, you guessed it right. You must have read heard this number one tip a thousand times before. Well, it still remains number one tip to get a glowing skin. You know why? Because you need to keep your skin hydrated and your system working properly.

Apart from keeping your skin hydrated, water helps to purify the impurities in your body. It is one of the best natural ways to cleanse the body and eliminates the toxins and waste accumulation in the body. It is these toxins that make your skin looks dull and lead to appearance of dark spots, zits and pimples. When you drink water, you naturally remove excess oil and dirt from the skin.

You need at least 3 liters of water per day. Drink one glass of water immediately you wake up and glass before going to sleep, continue drinking at intervals throughout your day. If you do this constantly, you will experience a noticeable change in less than a week.

2. Avoid Stress

Do you know why you are aging faster? It is because of stress! Stress is an enemy to your skin beauty; you must avoid it at all cost. No matter how busy your day gets, ensure you plan it in such a way you can be able to do your daily activities without stressing yourself out. Too much stress leads to production of excessive oil which leads to white heads.

Ensure you have at least 7 to 8 hours sleep each day to give your skin enough time to heal. After a hectic day, take a warm bath and adequate sleep, this will help you reduce stress and get rid of acne. Plan to occasionally visit spa and swimming pool to relax your muscles.

3. Never, Ever Sleep With Makeup On

This one goes to you my dear ladies. I know you want to look beautiful when you wake up but you may be hurting your skin and preventing the chance for it to heal during sleep. Makeup is good when you wear them but bad when you sleep with them; they contain harsh chemicals that harm the skin. Additionally, makeup attracts dirt and clogs the skin pores which usually result to pimples and acne.

Your skin needs to breathe overnight, leaving your makeup on prevents that. Ensure you remove them before hitting the sheets if you really want that special picture-perfect skin.

4. Take Care of Your Pimples

Popping pimples will only create more problems for you, apart from injuring your face, causing a scar, and redness, it further gets pushed into the skin leading to more pimples and even dark spots. Popping also leads to inflammation in the inner and outer layer of skin known as blemishes.

5. Keep Your Skin Hydrated

Next to drinking water is keeping your skin hydrated from the outside. Like I mentioned above, drink at least 3 liters of water each day to keep your skin hydrated from inside. When you are done with that, cleanse your face at least twice per day to keep your skin hydrated from the outside.

It is quite tempting to cleanse your face more than 2 times per day, but doing this can have a side effect. It could make your skin dry. You need the natural oil produced by the skin to nourish the skin and provide glowing skin. After washing your face, use cold water to clean it. Avoid using warm water as this will open your pore and allow dirt and bacteria to penetrate and cause more problems for your skin.

6. Stay Away From Sun

The sun puts too much stress on your skin. If you are really out to get that glowing flawless skin, avoid the sun especially after 9am in the morning when you must have enjoyed the vitamin D from the sun. After 9am, the UV rays coming from the sun are too strong for your skin. The effect of UV rays can lead to damage to your skin texture as well as skin over-exposure which can lead to skin cancer.

7. Exercise, Exercise, Exercise

You must have heard this countless time. The truth is that as far as your health is concern, a lot can be achieved with exercise. There is virtually no health advice that doesn't contain exercise. It is the best way to get flawless skin naturally.

Even if you have a busy life, try and get some indoor aerobic exercises each morning before going to work. Exercise has a lot of beneficial effect on your skin, it helps to increase the blood and oxygen flow to the skin cells, it also help in neutralizing the harmful effects of oxidative stress and free radicals. Another benefit is that it helps to remove waste products from the cells. You will be flushing out a lot of toxins when you exercise, it is one of the best ways to naturally cleanse the skin, make your skin brighter, glowing, radiant, and picture-perfect.

Wrapping it Up

Glowing radiant skin is achievable. You don't have to pay hundreds of dollars to achieve this. Heck, you don't even need any pill or spend too much on expensive foods. Eat right and apply these tips mentioned above and you will see a significant change on your skin.


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