Get Fresh & Glowing for Summer
Summer weather is in effect and there’s no better time to flaunt beautiful skin and a healthy glow. Yet many dread this time of year and the damage it can do. The heat dries out your skin, the sun’s UV rays cause burns and redness, and breakouts can emerge in full force. The good news is, if you do facial exercises and practice good habits, your skin will look better than ever.
Follow these steps and soon you’ll be showing off younger looking skin and a gorgeous summer glow.
Dry dead skin cells translate to clogged pores and the appearance of dull skin. Buff away those cells regularly to avoid breakouts and diffuse light so your skin looks brighter. Use a gentle yet effective mask such as Face Lift to Go every week to target your face. Face Lift to Go is on sale this week for just $65 (normally $95), so if you haven’t tried this luxurious mask, now is the time! Use the Beauty Face Mitt and Bamboo Mitt to detoxify the skin on your face. Click here for step-by-step instructions.
Keep your skin hydrated by incorporating a rich moisturizer into your routine. Combat dryness with products that contain potent hydrator like hyaluronic acid. It’s a naturally occurring substance in the body that keeps joints lubricated and boosts collagen production. Regular use of a topical cream that contains hyaluronic acid maintains moisture and improves skin texture. You can’t go wrong with our Ultra Hyaluronic Cream—it contains ingredients that have been shown to increase skin moisture by 300%. It’s the fountain of youth in a jar and is on sale for just $39.95 this week (Normally $50).
An easy way to get your glow on is to work out regularly. It boosts circulation to give you a rosy glow and helps eliminate toxins from the body. Regular exercise also boosts your energy levels and your mood.
Just like working out boosts circulation overall, facial exercises promote bloody supply specifically to your face and neck. Regular Facercise practice ensures a healthy, natural glow all year long.
Certain foods reduce inflammation and help hydrate the skin so that it maintains radiance. Eat lots of foods with high water content, such as fruits and green vegetables. Include green vegetables in your diet as they help to improve the immune system and decreases stress level in the body. Strive for antioxidant-rich, colorful produce like berries, kiwi, watermelon, oranges, spinach and kale. Nuts like almonds, walnuts and Brazil nuts are rich in healthy fats and do wonders for your skin. Avoid salty foods, which can dehydrate your skin.
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