Hey beauties, it’s time to shine all over. Today let’s talk about some easy steps for a clear complexion, both face and body.
If you have got extra dry skin or oily skin with big pores, achieving a beautiful clear skin could feel impossible. So let’s get started to find out how to get glowing clear skin all that lasts.
First, we need to know the definition of glowing skin because we might not even sure what it means to glow. Glowing clear skin is the skin that is well hydrated and soft. Not dull, dry or flaky. It is with small pores and even complexion that doesn’t have blemishes.
Here are some dermatologist-recommended tips and tricks to achieve a healthy, naturally glowing skin.
1. You need to get to know your skin first – you need to identify the type of skin you have. Whether it’s dry, extremely dry, oily or a combination.
2. You need to stay hydrated – it’s serious beauties, the skin is our largest organ of the body and you need to have at least 08 glasses of water throughout the day.
3. You need to eat lots of fruits and vegetables, especially the greens.
4. You need to wash your face and body two times a day – wash your face and body every morning and night gets rid of the impurities and grime that your skin has. Choose a good facial wash or a cleanser along with a good body wash that treats your skin type well. If you have dry skin, try a cream-based, if you have oily skin, try a liquid one.
5. You need to exfoliate on a regular basis – if you have acne-prone skin, physical scrub is not much good. You need to limit it for once a week, try a chemical scrub if the acne has gone bad. If you have a normal, oily or dry skin do the exfoliation 02 or 03 times a week. Try physical or chemical peels(AHAs and BHAs), so that you will know what is best for you. If some method irritates your skin, discontinue the product and give your skin a few days to be soothed. You can try these steps for both face and body.
6. You need to moisturize both face and body – no matter it is summer or winter, you need to apply moisturizer to both face and body. If it’s summer, use a light moisturizer with good SPF. It can be a heavy moisturizer in the wintertime, with SPF.
7. Look for the products that have Ceramides in them – ceramides are one of the naturally occurring lipids in the lipid barrier of the cell membrane. It is an important component of skin hydration and barrier. They are often placed in formulations that don’t clog pores. You can replace your basic moisturizer with this refiner.
8. Mask your face and body at least twice a week – for the dry skin sheet masks work, other skin types you can use clay masks. Always read the description of products and use according to its instructions.