A major component— and signal— of healthy skin is a natural glow. But causes like lack of sleep, stress, age, and even what you eat can rob your complexion of its radiance. Transform   skin that looks dull and tired to luminous and glowing by knowing how to make your skin glow  naturally, no matter how much time you have: months, one or two weeks, overnight, or even minutes!

Below are the tips to get a glowing skin:

1) The Golden Rule-  Make sure you always (and we mean always) remove your makeup before hitting the sheets. The skin needs to breathe overnight. And makeup prevents that, as leaving it on overnight clogs the pores which may cause blemishes and/or blackheads. Don’t possess a makeup remover? Just put some olive oil on a cotton pad and gently massage the oil onto your face to get rid of the makeup and dirt.

2) Morning Skin Care Routine- Morning skin care—for both face and body—can make a huge difference. Start with a nurturing cleansing routine and follow up with topical antioxidants, powerful serums, and super hydrators. Start with a skin-invigorating dry brush, then once your skin is wet, do a thorough exfoliation to reveal your softest, smoothest skin.

3) You are What You Eat- Keep a note of what you put on your plate. Eat fresh fruits, greens, sufficient protein and vitamins. A diet rich in vitamin C and low in fats and sugar promotes radiant skin. Consider a low-sugar diet, which can keep insulin levels down, allowing cells to maintain a healthy balance. Don’t eat spicy and fermented foods, salt, citrus fruits, fried food. Instead favor blander foods such as rice, oatmeal and applesauce.

4) Sweat It Out-  Exercise regularly. Running, jogging and yoga will give your body the necessary blood circulation, and also accelerate the cleansing process of your entire body. You will notice a glow on your face after working out. Racing against time? Just take a brisk walk around the block. Don’t skip skincare before and after a workout. Apply a toner to help minimize oil production before heading out. Exfoliate after, and then apply shea butter or olive oil to moisturize the skin.

5) Face Oil or Moisturizer- A great oil or moisturizer comes next (wait a few minutes to let the antioxidants sink into skin, however). To get healthy, glowing skin, it’s crucial to keep your skin moisturized. This will help your skin retain water and reinforce the cutaneous barrier. Apply a moisturizing mask or another hydrating product right after you exfoliate. This is the best time for the skin to absorb the product’s active ingredients.

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