Five Ways To Get Glowing Winter Skin


Winter is fast approaching, but just because the sun won’t be around as much doesn’t mean that you can achieve the perfect glow!

Five Ways To Get Glowing Winter Skin

By taking special care and applying various beauty tips to your regimen, you can guarantee smooth, shiny and glossy skin in the upcoming months.

Here are five ways to make sure you get glowing winter skin.

1. Use a hydrating cleanser instead of facial wipes.

Facial wipes should not be the main part of your skincare regimen. Okay, so you can use wipes to remove makeup but don’t rely on them. To get rid of impurities as well as restoring moisture, use a hydrating cleanser. The cold weather can dry out the skin, so using a hydrating cleanser that’s gentle on the skin will leave a protective layer on your face — and keep your complexion looking fresh and healthy.

2. Invest in a good moisturiser.

In addition to the previous point, investing in a good moisturiser will work wonders for your skin and keep it looking smooth and feeling soft, as well as replenishing the skin with valuable lipids — as long as they are applied daily. There are plenty of moisturising products out there that work effectively — look out for the ones that contain vitamin E, Shea butter, cocoa butter, and antioxidants. Alternatively, use body butters or multi-purpose balms.

3. Exfoliate, exfoliate, exfoliate!

Did we mention exfoliate? To achieve the perfect glow, you need to exfoliate your body. Exfoliating removes dry and dead skin cells and increases blood circulation, which leads to a healthier, dewy and glowy skin.

4. Drink lots of water.

Beauty comes from within, and there is nothing better than drinking lots of water to hydrate yourself. You should aim to drink around eight 8oz-glasses of water a day. Also, indulge in a fresh smoothie boost to keep your vitamin uptake up.

5. Highlight!

A little bit of shine is a great boost! As part of your makeup routine, add a little bit of highlight or a little bit of shimmer for the ultimate glow!

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