5 Skin Care Habits To Steal From Those With Radiant Skin

Having radiant skin is a goal that many of us strive for. Here are five habits you can steal from those with enviable complexions.

Having radiant skin is a goal that many of us strive for. While genetics play a role, there are certain habits that people with great skin incorporate into their daily routines. If you’re looking to improve your skin care routine, here are five habits you can steal from those with enviable complexions. Check out the beauty guides below for more top tips.


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Sun Protection 

You have probably heard it a million times, but SPF is essential to a beneficial skincare routine. People with radiant skin understand the damaging effects of the sun’s rays and protect themselves accordingly. UV exposure leads to skincare concerns such as premature ageing and pigmentation. Though we have treatments for that, prevention is always better than a cure when it comes to radiant skin. Applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 every day, even during cloudy days, is crucial. Even if you are indoors, UV rays can pass through windows and will be having an effect on your skin. Wearing protective clothing and seeking shade when the sun is at its peak can further protect your skin from the sun.


Keeping your skin hydrated is essential for a healthy complexion. Those with good skin understand the importance of hydrating from within. Drinking the right amount of water to maintain moisture levels is vital to keeping skin plump and smooth. Hydrating skincare products lock in moisture and prevent dryness, for continuous hydration. Incorporate a good moisturiser, such as the SkinBase Hydration Max, and drink plenty of water throughout the day to keep your skin glowing.

Gentle Cleansing

Aggressive cleansing can strip the skin of its natural oils, leading to dryness, irritation, and breakouts. Individuals with flawless skin tend to adopt a gentle cleansing approach. They use mild cleansers that effectively remove dirt, excess oil, and impurities without causing harm to the skin’s barrier. Avoid harsh scrubbing or using hot water, as these can exacerbate skin issues. Opt for cleansers with soothing ingredients to keep your skin clean and nourished. If you find you do need a deeper cleanse, leave it to the professionals! the exfoliating SkinBase Microdermabrasion treatment will unclog pores and slough away dead skin cells for a skincare renewal. Find your nearest SkinBase Therapist here to get started.

Consistency is Key

One common trait among people with flawless skin is their commitment. To become a habit, and actually have a positive effect, skincare must be consistent! It is important to understand that achieving radiant skin requires regular care and attention. Whether it’s cleansing, moisturising, or applying sunscreen, sticking to a consistent routine helps maintain the health and appearance of your skin. A key way to master this is to strip your routine down to as few products as necessary, find those that work for your skin type, and follow a routine that you can easily incorporate into your daily life.

Prioritise Sleep

The connection between sleep and skin health cannot be emphasised enough. Those with smooth, glowing complexions are the people getting in those hours, allowing their body to repair and rejuvenate itself. A Lack of sleep can lead to dullness, dark circles, and an overall tired appearance. Aim for 7-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep each night, and establish a relaxing bedtime routine to promote better sleep quality. Your skin will thank you for it.

Radiant Skin

By incorporating these five habits into your daily routine, you can work towards improving the health and appearance of your skin. Remember, skincare is a journey, and patience will ultimately pay off with a radiant complexion. So go ahead and steal these habits from those with great skin, and let your own natural beauty shine through.

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