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How to Get Glowing Skin

A major sign of healthy skin is a beautiful natural glow. But if you’re prone to lack of sleep, stress, or a poor diet, you may be robbing yourself of a complexion of radiance. Let’s transform your skin from dull and tired to luminous and glowing! Here are our top tips!

Top 3 Tips for Glowing Skin 

1. Cleanse regularly

The first key to luminous skin is to clear your ‘canvas’ by thoroughly removing debris such as dirt, oil and pollution particles. These are all common factors that can clog pores, cause dullness and damage the health of your skin. Wash your face morning and night by massaging in a small dollop of face cleanser lightly with fingers in circular motions, working from the inside of the face out for full coverage. 

2. Exfoliate your skin

One of the best and easiest ways to brighten your skin and boost its glow both immediately and long term is by exfoliating. The simple process removes the skin’s outer layer of dead cells, so the surface becomes smoother, clearer and reflects light, giving that look of brightness. The best way to exfoliate is with a SkinBase microdermabrasion facial, our award-winning facial will use thousands of tiny crystals to exfoliate and polish the skin’s surface, removing dead skin cells, unblocking clogged pores and refining them for a smooth, silky complexion.

3. Use brightening skincare ingredients

In topical skincare treatments like serums and moisturisers, look for ingredients like AHAs, retinols and retinoids, and antioxidants. Vitamin C is great, an antioxidant that brightens skin by blocking an enzyme that produces pigment. Daily application of a brightener can illuminate your complexion over time. 

A mix of the above tips and keeping hydrated by drinking plenty of water will brighten your skin in no time!


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