It can be a tough one when you have to strive to keep with your work schedule early enough to sleep. Plus, being in some certain parts of the world makes it harder for body shimmer to be possible; not with the sun scorching you anytime you leave your office, your house or your business place.
Whether your dry, dull looking skin is as a result of excessive sun exposure, genetic body luster, lack of sunscreen or ineffective products, there are things that you can do to restore that body glow.
A lot of factors play a role in skin glow. They range from the right body cosmetics, diet, health and hydration. If you visit skin doctors, spa or closely follow dermatologists and estheticians, you will understand that a few of these need to be consistent.
Of these factors, there are very important ones that must follow before the others can be deemed effective. Let’s have a look at them, shall we?
What causes dull skin?
Excessive sun exposure
Aftermath of a long Winter and/or Harmattan period
Lack of sleep
Buildup of dead skin cells
There is a long list that we can go on and on, but you might want to keep these in mind.
Before we introduce to you the chemical cosmetic products that can help rejuvenate your skin, let us talk about the organics. That’s where most of us are these days, right?
No, we can’t say this enough. Drink water. Add it to your routine tasks if you can. Carry the liter around and set reminders if you are not one to drink water as you drink other fluids. Water keeps you supple. After a long stay of screen time, working, sun, sweating, your body needs fluid to keep on.
Now, you don’t necessarily need so much to exfoliate your skin. There are basic exfoliation scrubs like sugar and honey scrub, that will pamper your skin and get rid of those dead skin cells.
You cannot successfully achieve your perfect skin glow if you are not ready to give it some protection from the harsh UV rays. Sunscreens are as important as the cleanser, you don’t want to leave that out.
Eat more protein, vegetables, fruits.
Consistence is also an underrated part of skincare routines, tips and advice. Nothing works overnight. And hopefully, we will yet achieve that glowy skin.