Getting a natural glow does not require expensive skin-care products. By maintaining healthy
habits and choosing products wisely, you can improve and rejuvenate your overall skin. Here
are some tips that may help keep your skin looking healthy
1. Green Tea
Feeling thirsty? Sip on some tea with lemon if you like. Tea is not only full of antioxidants, but
also has properties that help heal your skin. It can help reduce dark circles and oil. If you want
to feel the direct benefits of tea, you can make your own green tea mask with lemon or honey.
A key part of keeping your skin from drying out or aging is to moisturize. It is best to moisturize
when you wake up in the morning and before you go to bed at night. Depending on your skin
type, it is important to choose the right kind of moisturizer. If you have oily skin, an oil-free
moisturizer may be a better choice.
3. Eat clean
“You are what you eat”, an adage that we often ignore. In a time where we have full access to
any kind or amount of food we want, it can be difficult to eat healthy whole foods. One way to
approach a healthy diet is to eat clean most of the time and treat yourself once a week for
example. Some beneficial foods to eat include berries, almonds, olive oil, salmon, and beans.
Get moving each week to improve your mind and body. Exercising helps get rid of toxins built
up in the body in the form of sweat. Working out also improves your mood because endorphins
or “feel-good” hormones are released. With an increases blood flow, new skin cells are formed
and contributes to young and healthy skin.
It is important to keep your skin clean. Using a cleanser allows you to remove accumulated dirt
and oil from your face. Washing your face is key to prevent clogged pores and inflammation.
Choose a cleanser that smells and feels and smells best to you!