Every woman wants to have a fabulous and flawless skin, but let’s admit it: not everyone is blessed with it. Now you have two options: you can either close this page because you feel like there is nothing you can do about it OR you can chose to keep reading this article to find out some major tips to help you achieve a glowing skin.
1.       Avoid stress
Yes, I have listed it on the top. If you are not happy from the inside, it will show on the outside. A
study has shown that if someone is suffering from acne, stress significantly worsens the skin condition. However, realistically it seems impossible to be stress-free, but can try to avoid and reduce it by sharing your problems with a close friend or family member, by doing things that make you happy or by exercising. The latter itself is a great way to achieve a healthy glow; especially cardio exercises are excellent for this purpose. There are tons of tips on how to avoid stress as it is a subject on its own, but for now the key point is to keep yourself positive, which will have a positive effect on your skin.
2.       H2O
This simple formula is actually a fancy way to write ‘water’. Our body needs to remove harmful toxins and this is where water plays a great role. If the water flushes the toxins away, it means that they do not to build up in the body, causing acne to arise. The occurrence rate of acne can hence be reduced by drinking sufficient amount of water. It also improves the circulation of blood and hydrates the skin. These are just a few benefits to show you that good quality water can have a tremendous effect on your skin.
3.       CEM
Cleanse, Exfoliate and Moisturise, CEM. Remember these words because they have to be in your skin-care routine - and if you do not have a routine, you better start now. These three steps will help you achieving a soft and glowing skin. Remember, there is no need to buy expensive and exotic products, but you have to find something that is best for your skin-type.
4.       Healthy diet
If you think you can eat pizza, burgers, chips and chocolate all the time without affecting your skin, then unfortunately I have to spoil your party. As Anthelme Brillat-Savarin wrote: “
Dis-moi ce que tu manges, je te dirai ce que tu es” (tell me what you eat and I will tell you what you are). In other words, you are what you eat. A healthy diet does not mean that you are not allowed to eat anything with fat in it or that you only have to eat vegetable and fruit. The idea is to have a balanced diet:  rich in nutrients and fibre. Too many spices are also harmful for our skin and health.
5.       Use sunblock
Although sunlight is good for our skin as it is an important source of vitamin D, unprotected exposure to the ultraviolet radiation from the sun can cause damage to our skin. UV rays cannot only cause skin cancer, but your skin can show signs of premature ageing. Whether it is winter or summer, make sure you apply sunscreen or moisturiser with SPF, because it will protect your skin. Tanning beds are also dangerous, because of the exposure to UV rays. So it is better to avoid them as well.
Posted by Shadiplanning Team On 12:43:00 1 comment

1 comment:

  1. Great stuff. This post will be helpful and useful to a lot people. You have actually done people a service by posting this, particularly the ladies. Keep it up.