Exfoliating will remove your dead skin cells and reveal a new layer of skin. However, avoid overdoing it because your skin will get irritated. Do it once or twice a week.
Exposure to the sun's harmful rays and elements like wind can lead to damaged and dry skin. You need to take a skin supplement to help moisturize your skin from the inside out. Choose from Vitamin E, Grapeseed Oil, or Glutathione capsules.
When you start to get your blood pumping, a flush comes to your cheeks naturally. So have a healthy and active lifestyle. Don't just stay in front of the computer - get out and stretch those pretty limbs!
To stimulate your blood circulation, get a steam. Cleanse your face first, then fill a bowl with hot, steaming water. Lean over the bowl with your face near the water. Drape a towel over your head to keep the heat. Do this for 10 minutes and after that, rinse your face with warm water and follow with your favorite mask.
Sleep is the vital time during which our cellular systems rejuvenate, your skin included. Get at least 7 hours of sleep for your skin to maximize its cell repair.
I don't mean "starve" yourself. Diet means ditch those meat and junk food packs. Eat a lot of fruits and vegetables for a glowing skin.
Stress can become your skin's worst enemy so you have to destress from time to time. Get a deep breathing, read a book, laugh with friends, listen to your fave music - whatever you do that makes you feel happier.