For seriously radiant skin, eating colourful, nutrient-rich fruit and vegetables is the way to go. What you put in that body of yours will not only help protect your skin, but it can also improve your overall skin tone and combat dryness (AKA anti-glow). These foods should be your go-to.
3. Take supplements
You should never replace healthy food with supplements, but think of them like an extra somethin’ somethin’. The Beauty Chef Inner Hydration Boost is designed specifically for creating skin that shines from within.
Exercise not only does amazing things for your fitness, but it also improves your skin. When you’re working out, blood and oxygen is pumped around your body, transporting goodness to every inch of your skin and creating a healthy flush of colour.
5. Have sex
Just do it and reap the benefits. It eliminates toxins, improves blood circulation, releases endorphins, assists with hormone imbalances, boosts collagen… the list goes on.
As your skin naturally regenerates, old cells can build up on your face, making your skin look uneven and dull. Exfoliating with a chemical exfoliant like Go-To Exfoliating Swipeys once a week, will mean you’re always putting your best, smoothest face forward, and your makeup will glide on easily.
7. Wear a masque
To enhance all of the good work you’ve been doing with drinking and eating, amp up your skin with a nourishing mask. Dermalogica’s Skin Hydrating Masque is packed full of Hyaluronic Acid which locks in moisture, ensuring your skin looks fresh.
For round-the-clock hydration that goes hand in hand with Hayden Panettiere-esque skin, try Neutrogena’s Hydroboost Water gel . It’s the crème de la crème in terms of lightweight moisture infusion.