The hottest look this season is a timeless classic: bare-faced beauty, with a heavenly glow. There’s only so much makeup can do to help you achieve this flawless look. At some point, it helps to give your skin a helping hand to achieve an effortless glow without resorting to numerous products – because who can even be bothered with makeup in the summer? In this blog post, we’re going to share some of our top tips for glowing skin, from high-tech wonders to low/no tech miracles.
Top Tips For Glowing Skin
True beauty starts within, so if you want to achieve a healthy glowing skin, you will need to watch what you eat. Drinking plenty of water will help to flush out impurities, and switching your usual caffeinated beverage for green tea will increase your antioxidants levels which help fight wrinkles. If you don’t fancy the taste of green tea, Twinnings recently launched a range of flavoured green teas that just might change your mind – salted caramel, anyone?
Invest in your skin
There are many cleansing devices available to help you deep clean your skin – the best ones use sonic movements to flush out the pores with water and cleanser, rather than using a mechanical movement, which can irritate the skin. Two of our favourites are the Clarisonic and the Foreo. Both are cult beauty must-haves and have received an awful lot of press in recent months. In the video below, Emily shares some of her top tips for choosing a cleaning device for glowing skin.
Skin is constantly renewing itself, but it’s up to us to make sure the new layers are able to shine through. If your skin is dull, dry, has enlarged pores, or shows signs of damage, it might be time to think about an intervention. Once upon a time, microdermabrasion was only available in salons at a premium price – but thanks to at-home devices, you can now complete a microdermabrasion course from the comfort of your own home.
In this video, Emily shares her top tips for glowing skin using the Riiviva Microderm Facial Exfoliator.
Top Up Your Tan
We all know and the harmful effects the sun – but most of us still can’t resist the allure of a glowing tan. If you won’t be lounging on a beach anytime soon then skip the sunbeds and slap on some fake tan or a gradual self-tanning moisturiser.