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How to Replenish Your Skin with Renewed Glow & Shine

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Natural ageing processes aside, your skin goes through a lot on a daily basis, whether you’re in your early twenties or late nineties.

There are some changes to your skincare routine that you can make which will benefit your skin’s appearance, and this article will walk you through how to replenish your skin’s natural glow.

Eat More Oily Fish

Increasing the volume of oily fish protein in your diet will benefit you in numerous ways, including boosting skin health. Oily fish such as salmon, trout and sardines all contain DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) and EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid), two fatty acids which have been clinically proven to improve the mental ability of people of all ages and backgrounds, as well as improve the appearance of the skin.

Take Supplements Regularly

The older you get, the more sun damage your skin is subjected to and combined with environmental factors (not to mention good old gravity), the less elasticity and natural glow your skin will hold.

Supplements, including collagen tablets, topical vitamin C skin treatments and even CBD gummies from CBD Guru, are all valid options for those who are looking to try out different natural ways of improving the appearance of their skin.

Follow a Simple Yet Effective Skin Routine

The key to an effective skin routine is consistency, so whether you choose to take care of your skin in the morning or else in the evening before bed, following this basic, yet effective, guide will get you into a great routine:

  1. Apply micellar water with cotton pads across the entire face and neck
  2. Remove dead skin cells with a fresh cotton pad and a quality skin toner
  3. Hydrate your skin with a generous application of moisturiser

The secret to ensuring your application of moisturiser helps your skin, rather than just becoming a waste of time, is to smooth the moisturiser up from the base of your neck to the top and from your chin to the forehead in small circular strokes.

Always Be Aware of the Sun

Finally, you should always be aware of the sun, and the damage that it can cause to your skin. Not only can you get a nasty sunburn, which can hurt for days after, but prolonged unprotected sun exposure could lead to various types of skin cancers.

You should wear sunscreen of at least SPF 30, even if it is a cloudy day, because the UV rays will still penetrate through the clouds. If it is a sunny day, and you’re spending any amount of time outside, then increase that SPF to 50 and reapply it every hour, particularly if you are going in and out of water. Using makeup like a moisturiser or foundation that has an SPF included in it can also help to protect your face from the sun.

As well as sunscreen, you should also wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from the harsh glare of the brighter light, and a wide-brimmed hat to give you some extra shade.

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