Tips to Glowing and Radiant Skin

Want gorgeous glowing skin like your fave celeb? Then you’ve got to put the work in, girlfriend! Peep these surprising tips for skin that really radiates from the inside out

1. Stay hydrated from the inside out.
Drink a lot of water and avoid high-sodium foods. This can help control under-eye puffiness by preventing excess fluids from building around the eye area.Without fluids, your skin may dry out and become fragile. So, feed your skin with water, herbal tea, soup and fruits to make it soft, supple, and shiny.

2. If a pimple pops up, don’t pick it!
“An unsightly blemish can be embarrassing, but picking at it will only make it worse, creating a scab that’s more noticeable. At least a bump is smooth, can be camouflaged with makeup, and is only obvious in certain lights. A scab, on the other hand, is a rough surface that doesn’t take well to makeup and becomes impossible to hide. If it’s really close to the big night, don’t apply a spot treatment as this will cause skin dryness or flakiness. Instead, apply an ice cube to reduce inflammation.”

3. Get your beauty rest.
“Sleeping seven to eight hours a night is important for your skin’s health. Lack of sleep compromises your body’s circulatory system and blood becomes stagnant in the vessels under the eyes, causing dark circles. It can also cause the skin to look pale and tired because circulation is impaired.”

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4.Suck on an ice cube

Did you know that sucking on an ice cube chills all of the millions of cells in your cheeks and lips, causing an increase in circulation, and resulting in plumper, more rosy-looking skin? Well, according to Annie Tevelin, founder of SkinOwl, it’s true! “This is a great glow-fix mid-dinner or before taking a picture to restore fatigued skin to a more peaches and cream complexion.”

5.Remember: Vitamins B and D are key

Vitamin B not only increases blood flow to your cells, but it’s also integral to skin generation and slowing the signs of aging, notes celebrity makeup artist Julia Papworth. “An increase in vitamin B in the system translates to a decrease in redness and irritation in the skin.” Additionally, Jolie Martin, director and laser skincare expert at New York City’s SKINNEY Medspa, suggests taking vitamin D. “If deficient in vitamin D, skin can appear sallow and more prone to congestion and breakouts,” she says.

6.Try Juicing

We’re sure you’ve heard that glowing skin begins with what you eat, but when you’re a busy girl on the go (like us) how the heck are you supposed to get in all your fruits and veggies? Easy, try juicing! Jayna DiMartino, California Educator for HydroPeptide, says she fills her diet with nutrient rich superfoods, such as kale, broccoli, spinach, rainbow chard, celery, cucumber, ginger and beets, by juicing. “Traveling as much as I do, it’s not always easy finding a Whole Foods or a juice bar so I make sure to take my green meal capsules with all the dark leafy greens and spirulina,” she notes.

 

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