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Summer is your time to shine and recent years have had new highlighting powders launched every week, foundations formulated to dry down to a dewy finish, and perfect match tones to help your look along. Luckily, makeup isn’t your only help for getting a great glow going. If you want to go makeup-free this summer, here are some easy ways to give your skin a natural and more built-in glow.

Use Oils, Not Traditional Moisturizers

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By now it’s no surprise that pure oils are the easiest and simplest way to infuse your skin with moisture. The tricky part is figuring out which oil works best for your skin. Lots of people only try one or two and give up after a mild breakout. Jojoba or argan oil are a good choice for oily skin. They absorb quickly and leave very little residue on the skin, while any excess can simply be blotted away. Rose hip oil is dense and rich in nutrients, making it appropriate for sensitive or mature skin. People with normal skin should start with coconut or olive oil. These oils are moisturizing without clogging pores. Oil-free moisturizers tend to be formulated with ingredients like glycerin, which retain water moisture, but sometimes fail to absorb properly. Oily skin in particular can be left with a sticky, shiny film when using these products. Oils like these are more readily utilized by the skin, and the results are visible instantly.

Embrace Exfoliation

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Everyone is familiar with physical exfoliation like scrubbing skin with an abrasive cleanser, washcloth, or mechanical device to slough away dead skin and reveal fresh skin under the surface. Exfoliation is great for your skin, but these methods are usually not. Instead, try gently dissolving the dead skin by using serums containing mild acids. When these products remove dead skin, they stimulate younger skin and help to generate even more new skin cells. If you do decide to try chemical exfoliation, make sure you wear sunscreen every day. The new skin cells are especially vulnerable to sun damage once not shielded by a protective layer of dead cells.

Take Your Vitamins

Vitamin C is something of a miracle ingredient when it comes to skincare. When applied under sunblock, it amplifies the amount of protection you get as well. Vitamin C also helps to fade discoloration from past breakouts, and minimizes the signs of sun damage. It has antioxidant properties that protect your skin at the cellular level and if you are diligent about your vitamin C usage, there are some types of age-related damage that will never occur in the first place. Apply a vitamin C serum as part of your morning skincare routine, and consider taking a vitamin C supplement if you are not already taking multivitamins.

Focus on Overall Health

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It seems like a cliché to state that you are what you eat, but only because it can be the truth. When you’re not eating as well as you should, it shows on your skin. Blemishes take too long to heal, moisture isn’t retained, and the general skin tone won’t be as vibrant as it usually is. As we get older, the communication between our body’s cells starts to break down. This is one of the causes of our loss of physicality. You can hold onto your robust, youthful health for longer by facilitating symbiotic relationships between your cells. This is easy to do with Redox supplements. Drink supplements like ASEA water with regular water to remove the static interruption your cellular reactions.

Glowing skin isn’t just a cosmetic concern, it is a reflection of a well-maintained and efficiently functioning body. Make smart choices about nutrition and choose vitamin-rich skincare products. Then watch as your skin develops a deeply healthy glow without the help of shimmer powders or Instagram filters.


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