3 steps to glowing skin... and why you need it Simple tips on how to shine
Every woman can have dewy, healthy looking skin and here’s how
when your skin is plumped up and smooth (with or without any wrinkles) and has a touch of illumination or highlighting, it will look fresh and youthful. You’ll glow. Plus, there’s an added bonus – the appearance of lines is diminished. What more could you ask for? So, if your skin is anything less than soft and lustrous, follow these steps and you will look and feel more radiant in no time.
Smooth and refine
If your skin appears dull or tired, chances are you have a build-up of old skin cells on the surface. Weekly use of an exfoliant helps to prevent this, but with age, your natural skin cell turnover and cell shedding slows down, and so helping to shift the dead cells is essential to achieving softer, smoother skin. Exfoliating also stimulates superficial blood circulation, which keeps skin well nourished from within. Check out these new gentle, but very effective, options.
You can remove dead skin cells
without causing irritation or redness with a polish that’s gentle enough to be used on sensitive skin daily. Exfoliating Polish, $14, QV Face.
Soften skin and diminish fine lines
by applying a leave-on exfoliant every two days to clean skin. Skin Perfecting 8% AHA Gel, $38, Paula’s Choice.
Re-energise and exfoliate your skin
by making a paste with a non-abrasive exfoliant and water, then massage over face. Gentle Daily Exfoliant, $62, Alpha-h.
Improve your skin’s clarity
while removing dead cells and surface pigment 2–3 times a week. Ultra Dual Microfoliant, $79, Ultraceuticals.