Tuesday, 27 June 2017

DOS AND DON'TS FOR NATURALLY BEAUTIFUL SKIN

Following these dos and don'ts will not only improve the skin on your face but all over your body, which most of us neglect.
The path to naturally beautiful skin is easier thank you think. Whilst lotions and potions may help smooth things out, getting back to basics with your skincare regime, diet and exercise are just as important if you want a healthy glow. 

DO drink 2 to 3 litres of water a day
One of the simplest ways to help clear up your complexion is to drink more water. Drinking 2 to 3 litres of water a day allows your body to function properly, ridding it of toxins and keeping your skin hydrated. Water moisturises your skin from the inside, so drinking the recommended daily amount helps stop it from becoming dry, cracked and wrinkly.

DO get plenty of sleep
Never underestimate the importance of sleep. The average person needs around eight hours of sleep according to the NHS, although this does vary depending on age. Lack of sleep can affect moisture levels in your skin, causing it to look dry and red. Get those Z's in to keep your complexion smooth and youthful looking. They don't call it beauty sleep for nothing. 

Sleep, contrary to belief, is not for the week. It is for the strong.
DO eat well 
Eating a healthy, balanced diet is crucial for naturally beautiful skin. The powerful antioxidants and vitamins in fruit, vegetables, meat and fish support the growth of new cells, including your skin cells. You need to feed your skin with the correct balance of nutrients so that older cells can be replaced by younger ones.

DO exercise regularly
Exercising helps tone your body which, as a result, makes your skin firmer. According to Cosmopolitan it also increases circulation to bring more oxygen and nutrients to your skin cells* to give you a clearer, smoother complexion.

Exercise doesn't have to be a full workout routine, you can start with simple changes like taking the stairs.
DON’T skip the skincare routine 
Washing, cleansing and moisturising your skin on a daily basis is crucial if you want naturally beautiful skin. Find a skincare range that is made of natural ingredients and offers a selection of products so you can select the ones most suited to your skin type. Tropic Skincare* have you covered with everything from age-defying eye creams and brightening polish to hydrating masks and tanning serum all made from natural, vegan-friendly ingredients so you know they’re kind to your skin.

DON’T forget to remove your make-up
We’ve all left our make-up on overnight at some point - but have you considered what this does to your skin? Good Housekeeping explains that forgetting (or simply neglecting) to take your make-up off will make your skin look dull and aged* and could even aggravate acne. Even if you only have a minute to spare, a simple cleanse with a face-wipe is better than clogging your pores up with make-up.

DON’T forget sunscreen
Protecting your skin from harmful UV rays is one of the most important parts of skincare. Ignore it and you’ll see noticeably more wrinkles around your face and are putting yourself at risk of skin cancer. Keep your skin protected at all times by using a foundation with built in SPF and also ensuring you apply a high factor SPF when out in the sun.

All that is missing here is sunscreen.
Thank you for reading this sponsored post and I was compensated for the inclusion of a link which are marked with an asterisk. Personally, I know I would benefit from employing these simple dos and don'ts, especially in terms of beauty sleep and diet where I am certainly lacking. What could you do more of to improve your health and skin? Comment below, I would also love to read some of your own go-to skincare tips, tricks and favourite products. Hope you are having a great week. Take care. 

What skincare dos and don'ts do you swear by?

Love 
Kiran


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24 comments

  1. For me, there are three important things: sunscreen to prevent skin from ageing, plenty of water and cleansing. Having a clean skin is the most important thing in having a beautiful skin. Great post!! x

    Yiota
    pinkdaisyloves.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you Yiota, I need to drink more water haha x

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  2. Thank you for sharing these tips!! Drinking water is so important defintiely agree with that, although I should probably be drinking more.

    Beauty Candy Loves

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    1. Same here, Candice, thank you for reading!

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  3. Some great skin-care tips, drinking water is incredibly important. We need it for hydration that's for sure and makes all the difference to skin.

    Laura xo
    www.shehearts.net

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    1. Absolutely, thank you Laura for reading x

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  4. Love all of these. I happen to do all the Do's.

    xx Jennifer
    Effortlessly Sophisticated

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  5. I remember being in school and never drinking enough water but now I try to make up for it haha, I'm sipping on that stuff all day, everyday haha!

    tipscapsule.blogspot.com

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  6. Not drinking enough water and sometimes forgetting to remove my makeup are my two biggest sins! Some really good tips here darling, thank you for sharing. :) Hope you're having a great week so far! xoxo

    Kay
    http://www.shoesandglitter.com/

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  7. my skin genuinely looks a million times better when I get enough sleep haha! thanks for sharing your tips :)

    http://claresloves.blogspot.com/

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    1. Definitely agree with this, my skin looks like crap when I have slept poorly x

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  8. Great tips! Sleep does wonders for your skin, I always seem to have better skin when I'm on holiday and can sleep in.

    Vanessa x | www.springlilies.com

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  9. These are all great! I swear by water, sleep and great skin care. It's so important and really makes a difference.
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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    1. That is a great recipe for good skin, thank you for sharing x

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  10. I'm the worst about actually taking off my makeup and always wake up looking like a raccoon haha. But I do get plenty of sleep!

    xx Pia
    http://gymbagsandjetlags.com

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    1. You're halfway there haha, I am really meticulous about taking my makeup off before bed x

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  11. Just like every other typical teenager out there, I struggle with my skin and it gets frustrating very often. But I do have to admit I'm guilty of forgetting my makeup on from time to time.
    Thank you for the wonderful tips!

    Xx, Lora | Cherry Cola Style

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    1. Thank you for reading Lora! Definitely try to take your makeup off before bed. Have a great day lovely x

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