5 Summer Skin Care Tips

When it comes to radiant and healthy skin, it’s no news that we’ll try just about anything to achieve the very coveted glow. With summer’s arrival, spending time in the sunshine is inevitable, hence we find ourselves growing even more conscious about maintaining and achieving a healthy and radiant skin. Here’s 5 tips on how to put the glow back in your skin.

1. Start with a Detox

Beautiful, glowing skin begins from the inside out, says . Adding a chlorophyll shot to your morning routine for an antioxidant boost, or adding fresh ginger to smoothies or salads helps detox your system.

2. Exfoliate
Weekly or biweekly, use an exfoliator or an exfoliating cleanser on the skin. Exfoliation is responsible for ridding dead cells to reveal fresh, more youthful-looking skin underneath.

3. Get Sweaty, Exercise!
Want to glow? Sweat at least once a day! Sweating opens up the pores and excretes toxic waste that gets stored in our skin which leads to a dull complexion.

4. Don’t Neglect Hydration

Stay hydrated by drinking water regularly and by eating fruits that has loads of water in them. Fruits such as watermelon, cucumber and oranges are good for hydration. Water-based beauty products are the new trend in hydrating the skin. This is because every skin type can benefit from it.

5. Add Antioxidants
Boost your radiance and brighten your skin with the application of a serum infused with antioxidants, such as Vitamin C. Antioxidants protect our skin from the environment’s damaging free radicals that lead to dull, ruddy skin.

Asher Iheme

Poet. Photography lover. Writer. Random human. Humble with a mountain size hint of Kanye -_- #Maverick.

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