Growing up is not fun especially when it starts to show on your skin and nobody likes looking older than their actual age. So if you are worried about those blemishes, acne and dull skin then now is the time you start caring about your skin and take necessary steps for a healthy and glowing skin. We tell you four most essential beauty tips that will ensure that you are in your most vibrant and radiant self in your twenties.
1. Toning And Moisturising Your Skin Every Day
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One can complete the cleansing process only with the use of toning and mosturising the skin. Start by taking a cotton ball, spray some toner on it and wipe your face. The toner helps in giving good riddance to the dirt that sticks back even after you use a face cleanser to cleanse your face. Similarly, by using a moisturiser you can remove the dryness from the skin and get an instant glow.
2. Removing Make Up Before Sleeping
As much as we love applying makeup, after a long tiring night one thing we all detest is to remove it. Let’s admit that we all have been lazy at times to remove the makeup and have slept thinking that it will cause no harm to the skin. Not removing eye makeup can cause irritation and eye infection that can lead to dryness and redness of the eye. What else would happen to the skin is getting unwanted pimples. Long term negligence of cleansing is easy for accumulating pollutants which does not allow generation of free radicals from skin. This causes deterioration of the skin. Hence make sure that no matter what time of the day you are retiring, you remove your makeup and follow the cleansing process before you hit the bed.
3. Applying Sun Block Regularly
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A regular use of sun block is important to protect your skin from the harmful rays of the sun. It will affect the skin for the years ahead. So when you’re moisturising, you can make sure that your sunblock has enough SPF content to protect your skin!
4. Keeping A Check On Your Eating And Drinking Habits
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A direct effect on your skin is caused by the food you devour. Yes, your sun block, moisturiser and cleanser are of no use if you do not eat healthy. Oily and junk food have never done any good to the skin. And so is the case with consuming excess of caffeine. Try replacing sweets with fruits as the nutrients help in fighting the formation of acne. Also remember to always keep yourself hydrated as the most effective way to get a clear skin is to help your body flush out toxins by drinking plenty of water.