How To Have Dewy And Radiant Facial Skin
Your facial skin will look 5 times more attractive if it is radiant and dewy. Trust me when I say that people will immediately notice the additional glow on your skin. Keep them talking by using some of the most effective tips that can help improve the core functions of your dermis.
Let me tell you a couple of tips on how your facial skin can become dewy and radiant.
1. Try to clean your pores.
If your pores are clogged, it can look big and inflamed. This might also cause the excessive production of sebum. You would want to make your skin look fresh and radiant, not oily.
Avoid using alcohol-based cleansers as they can dry your skin up and will trick you sebaceous glands into producing more sebum. Also exfoliate twice a week. Use a mild exfoliating treatment made up of oatmeal, honey and yogurt. Apply it on your skin. Oatmeal works well in absorbing excess oil and exfoliating dead skin cells. Honey can also lock moisture in your skin to normalize sebum production.
2. Use glycolic acid.
This can be found in sugar cane juice. Glycolic acid works well in facilitating a renewal of skin tissues. This will help get rid of the damaged layers of the skin. Your integumentary system will work better in replacing damaged layers with younger and healthier skin layers.
Mix sugar cane juice with Turmeric powder. Turmeric can speed up the healing process of the skin. Apply the paste on your face. Leave it there for about 30 minutes before washing it off.
3. Plump up weak skin cells and fight harmful free radicals with Vitamin E.
This vitamin can be taken in capsule form. Vitamin E works well in strengthening the structure of skin cells. This will make your skin look dewy and firm. Vitamin E also helps get rid of the harmful free radials that damage skin cells and make the skin look dull and lifeless.
4. I suggest using a moisturizing product that contains Extrapone Nutgrass, Phytessence Wakame and Maracuja.
Extrapone Nutgrass helps inhibit melanin production. It can make your skin fairer and rosier. It also has emollient properties that can maintain the inherent moisture in the dermis. Phytessence Wakame is a type of Japanese sea kelp that can prevent the sudden loss of hyaluronic acid. This acid is vital for collagen lubrication. Maracuja is a type of Brazilian passion fruit that can lubricate collagen and skin tissues. It has moisture-retaining functions.