Keep pillowcases, make-up brushes and phone screens clean
Anything that touches your face on a daily basis is going to pick up oils, dirt, dead skin cells, old make-up and much more. Keep pillowcases, make-up brushes and your mobile phone from transferring all that stuff back on your face by cleaning them regularly (following the manufacturers’ instructions, of course).
Exercising boosts your circulation and your mood, both of which are necessary for a healthy glow. Regular workouts can also help you sleep better, which brings us to our next point …
Get a good night’s sleep
No negotiating: a good eight hours a night will make all the difference, keeping dark shadows and extra-baggy eye bags at bay. Set a sleep-now alarm in addition to a get-up alarm so you don’t forget when to hit the hay.
Protect your skin from the sun
Too much sun can lead to the wrong kind of glowing face – it doesn’t take much for a tan to become a burn. Over time, regular sun damage can prematurely age skin, leading to early loss of that much-envied youthful radiance.
That’s why one of our top tips for glowing skin is to frequently apply sun cream on sunny days. The NHS recommends at least SPF 15, more if you’re fair and freckle-prone. The rest of the time, use an SPF moisturizer, BB cream or even foundation.
So, that’s the secret to glowing skin – just give these tips a try! With a little luck and perseverance, radiance is just a few days away.
*Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of skin.
**10 x more effective than cleansing by hand but just as gentle. Compared with manual make-up removal.