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10 secret quick tips to get naturally glowy skin


My skin is naturally glowy, but I still go through phases where my complexion isn't as radiant as it should be. Even when my skin looks its best, there are times when I want to add some extra intensity to it. That's why I've put together this list of quick tips that will make sure you have naturally glowing skin all year round!


1. Use Coconut oil:

Coconut oil is a great natural moisturizer and can be used on any part of your face, including your lips! It acts as an anti-inflammatory and also helps to disinfect the skin by removing dead skin cells. It's very gentle on the skin, so it won't sting when applied directly after cleansing in that area. You can even use coconut oil as a makeup remover if you want to get rid of eye makeup or lip stains quickly!

2. find a cleansing routine:

  • Wash your face with warm water.

  • Use a gentle cleanser.

  • Don't scrub your skin too hard.

  • Don't use harsh products or overdo it on the makeup removal (since this can cause breakouts).

  • Don't use harsh scrubs, which can irritate sensitive skin and leave behind scars that are more visible than you'd like!

3. Splash your face with cold water in the morning:

When you wake up, the first thing you want to do is splash cold water on your face.This will help reduce puffiness and inflammation, while also tightening the skin and reducing wrinkles. You can do this at any point during the day, but it's best if you do it before applying makeup so that all of your pores are open and ready for moisturizer or cream (or whatever else). It'll also help soothe sunburned areas!

4. Throw away anything that causes you stress:

If you're stressed out, it's probably because of something that happened in your life. Whether it was a bad day at work or an argument with your spouse, there are probably other factors involved. Try to figure out what caused the stress and focus on dealing with that first. Then try to find some way to reduce the symptoms of stress such as anxiety and anger so that they don't affect how you feel about yourself or others negatively in general until their effects wear off naturally over time (which could take weeks or months). Stress can cause acne because the adrenal glands release hormones called cortisol which causes clogged pores and makes them prone to infection from bacteria living inside those pores which then causes inflammation under the skin surface leading us into explaining why having less cortisol helps reduce acne breakouts!


5. Do something that makes you happy every day:

This one is a little more difficult to implement, but it's still worth trying. If you find yourself dreading your day-to-day routine, try doing something that brings a smile to your face and makes the moments leading up to bedtime feel like magical ones. You can be as simple as going for a walk in nature or taking a shower with music playing, or even going out for coffee with friends at Starbucks! The key here is just making sure that whatever activity happens becomes an enjoyable one for both times spent outside of work (i.e., getting exercise) and time spent inside work (i.e., sitting down).


6. Drink up, ladies!:

Water is your body's best friend. Drink it up! And not just before meals and at night, but throughout the day—especially when you're feeling thirsty.

  • Drink water before your meal

  • Drink water with each bite of food

  • Keep a glass or bottle of water beside where you sit (that way, if things get busy and you get distracted by other tasks while eating, there's always something nearby)

7. Use Natural Remedies:

Use natural ingredients in your skincare routine to get glowy skin. This can be done by adding more antioxidants and anti-aging ingredients into your skincare regimen, or by using a natural remedy like rosehip oil and honey that helps fight free radicals while hydrating the skin at the same time.

8. Cut down on salty foods and cut back on alcohol:

It's no secret that salty foods and alcohol can lead to blotchy skin, but the reason for this is more complicated than you might think. Salt may cause your body to produce more oil, which makes it easier for bacteria in the skin (and on your face) to multiply. The result? Excess sebum production leads to a less-than-glowing complexion—or at least one that looks less than great when compared with when you're not eating so many salty things!

The same goes for caffeine: if you drink coffee frequently or drink soda often, then there's a good chance that having high levels of cortisol in your system will make it even harder for your body's natural oils not only absorb properly but also get rid of excess sebum before they become too much trouble (i.e., clogged pores). Caffeine itself isn't necessarily bad; instead what we recommend here is cutting back on caffeinated beverages over time so as not to increase tolerance levels too quickly—and instead just slowly reducing intake over time until eventually drinking them less often won't affect how well our skin absorbs nutrients from food sources anymore either!

Use moisturizer:

Moisturizers are a must for your skin, especially if you have oily skin. There are two types of moisturizers: oil-based and water-based. Oil-based moisturizers provide more hydration to the skin than water-based ones do. If you have dry or sensitive skin, then using an oilier formula will be better for you because it will nourish your cells and prevent them from producing too much sebum (oil).

You should apply moisturizer after cleansing and toning with toner or serum each morning before applying makeup! You can also use this time to apply eye cream as well since the eye area is extremely sensitive; so always remember Put on some serum every night before you go to bed to keep your eyes protected!

10. Don't go to bed with your makeup on!

  • Makeup can clog pores and cause breakouts, so it's best not to wear it at night. Plus, many products contain chemicals that aren't good for your skin (and may even be harmful). If you do choose to wear foundation or concealer before bedtime, opt for ones that are made with natural ingredients like coconut oil or honey—they'll help keep acne at bay as well as prevent future breakouts from forming in the first place.

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