Our ultimate dream? To only have to apply a day cream and give our lashes a few strokes of mascara in the morning. But our skin doesn’t really allow it. Our complexion is dull, pale, and rather tired… and this, despite the concealer! But from now on, we say “goodbye” to our tired skin! Here are 8 brilliant beauty tips for a perfect complexion and a FLAWLESS glow.
1. The mini-detox
Among the top tips to have a glow up, we’ve said it a thousand times before, but we’ll say it again: drink lots of water! Anyone who wants to have beautiful, glowing skin can’t get around this point, unfortunately. It is recommended to drink between 1.5 and 2 liters of water daily. As a reminder, hydration stimulates the metabolism of the skin, which is then better supplied with oxygen. Thus, the protective and defensive function of the epidermis is reinforced. The skin looks more plump and radiant.
Nutrition experts also recommend drinking a glass of warm water with fresh lemon juice every morning on an empty stomach. This mini-detox program stimulates the digestive system and provides valuable vitamin C. This glass of water with lemon also has a very positive effect on the appearance of our skin.
For more pronounced results, we can count on the benefits of freshly squeezed vitamin C with the new HYALURON-FILLER VITAMIN C BOOSTER by Laboratoires Dermatologiques. Renowned for its anti-oxidant action, the vitamin C contained in this serum strengthens the skin. To be used as a 10-day treatment, it offers a real shot to our skin. After only 7 days of application, the results are already visible. Wrinkles are filled in, the skin is strengthened. We have a radiant complexion, even without makeup!
2. Warm water instead of hot water
When the temperature drops, we love to take a hot shower or even a bath from time to time. But for the sake of our skin, we should turn down the water thermostat in the shower in winter. Water that is too hot damages the skin’s natural oil film, drying it out and causing redness. So wash your face with lukewarm water, so that your skin glows even after cleaning.
3. Stay healthy
A balanced diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables is the secret to beautifully glowing skin. Antioxidants protect our body cells from free radicals that promote the development of certain diseases, as well as skin aging. So, choose meals that include tomatoes, nuts, carrots and potatoes.
But a healthy lifestyle requires more than a diet. Also try to be aware of small breaks in your daily life. Our skin is closely linked to our psycho. Positive and negative feelings impact our complexion. For example, if stress weakens the body’s defenses; it then causes blemishes and the complexion looks pale and dull. This makes it all the more important to take a break. When you consciously relax, your cells receive more oxygen and are revitalized.
Whether it’s in the sauna, running a jog in the park or exercising on the yoga mat at home, the main thing is that your skin sweats. Sweat opens your pores and allows toxins and other dirt to be flushed out. Goodbye pimples, hello dreamy complexion!
Little reminder: no matter how you sweat; don’t forget to clean your face after exercise to remove sweat and dirt and necessary tips to have a glow up.
5. Exfoliate your face
Once or twice a week, consider exfoliating your face. Every 28 days, our skin renews itself. During this time, skin cells are transported from the depths to the surface. But the older we get, the longer this process takes. A skin peel puts this renewal process back on track. Dead skin cells are gently removed, and the gentle massage of the face during use also stimulates blood circulation. The skin is immediately more relaxed.
6. Go to bed!
If you give your body too little sleep, you’ll be punished the next morning with a pale, tired complexion. Why? Simply because at night, our skin works at full speed. If we don’t get much sleep, our cells have too little time to regenerate. Therefore, it is best to fall into the arms of Morpheus before midnight. This is how you will make the most of your skin’s regeneration process.
7. The right foundation
Last little tip: simply add a drop of facial oil (like argan or rose oil) to your skin. Mix the two textures on the back of your hand, then apply the material as usual.
This will give you a naturally radiant and luminous finish, without your skin looking overly made up. Those with sensitive or very dry skin can also mix a little oil with a tinted day cream.
It’s obvious: to shine, you need a good highlighter, that is, a product that reflects light without being too glittery.
Where to apply it? The highlighter is applied on the areas of the face that naturally reflect the light; namely: the top of the cheekbones, the bridge of the nose, the forehead, the cupid’s bow, and the chin a tips to have a glow up.
In a nutshell, loving yourself, taking care of your body, mind, and being highly secure in whatever you own is the foundation of how to glow up in a week. The extrinsic elements that affect your skin, body, hair, and nails are next.
There’s no way cosmetics, clothes, or your outward look can help you glow until and until you start to glow from the inside out. So, sweetie, try to enjoy your life to the fullest this week and in the future.
And that’s how you can brighten up in a week and feel your best! This light up challenge can be attempted at any time and in any location.