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5 Tips for Glowing Skin ...

By Carly

When it comes to your skin and all of the things that you want to achieve with it, the word glowing is one that comes on top of the list for most people! Some people are blessed with naturally glowing skin, whilst the rest of us aren’t so lucky and have to turn to cosmetics and tricks in order to get that delicious glow! If you are in the second camp, then here are five great tips for glowing skin of your own.

1 Cleansing

The golden rule is that the secret to beautiful glowing skin begins with cleansing! You want to be using a mild, natural cleanser in the morning and in the night, even better if you warm it for a few seconds in the microwave beforehand and then wash off with warm water.

2 Steaming

Steaming is also a huge part of achieving that golden glow look. Steaming your face just once a week can help to get rid of toxins within the skin and help to disappear and unclog blackheads. Adding essential oils of your choice can also be a nice refreshing touch too.

3 Homemade Scrub

You don’t need to shell out a load of cash in order to get a great scrub on your skin. Make up a mixture of virgin olive oil and brown sugar and once or twice a week rub it very gently into your skin to remove dead cells and debris. Rinse it off with warm water but then always splash your face with cold water to close those pores up right at the end.

4 Moisturise

You should never, ever, ever skip the moisturising part of your skincare routine. Dry and flaky skin is the enemy of a natural glow, so make sure that you give your skin what it needs in the form of plenty of hydration. If you want to be really fancy then you can use things like almond or rosehip oil rather than standard store-bought creams.

5 Facial Mask

Facial masks are perfect for giving your skin the maximum care and attention that they deserve, and a weekly mask made out of something like a mashed banana and a vitamin E capsule is amazing. All you need it fifteen minutes or so on the face to get the benefits before being able to wash off with some warm water.

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