Peach skin is arguably all about the right genetics. But we can also achieve this by adopting a few good resolutions. Here are our tips for a silky and radiant complexion.
1) Wear little makeup
There are indeed more and more products that combine skincare and makeup. However, covering your skin with layers of the foundation is not a good tip. The skin must be free to breathe. Not to mention that too much makeup clogs pores causing blackheads and pimples to appear. So, apply makeup in moderation and focus on good quality care.
2) Remove makeup carefully
Removing makeup is essential to have beautiful skin. Makeup removal is an essential step to have beautiful skin. Why? Because at night, the epidermis regenerates. To do this, it must be well cleaned and able to breathe. Ideally, you should remove makeup morning and night, even when you are not wearing makeup. Because even naked, your face is still a victim of external aggressions (dust, pollution) and sweat. So choose the products that suit you (milks, lotions, creams) and make makeup removal a daily beauty ritual.
This rule is valid for the body as well as for the face. To stay hydrated, drink at least 1.5 or even 2 liters of water per day. This allows, among other things, to eliminate toxins that dull the complexion. Don’t forget the cream. Also, bet on nourishing shower gels and skincare makeup. More and more cosmetics companies are offering foundations containing moisturizing active ingredients.
Fried and fatty foods are a source of pimples and other blemishes. Swap them for products that provide the epidermis with the nutrients it needs. Fresh fruits and vegetables and green tea, are rich in antioxidants, the sworn enemies of skin aging. Certain oils (krill, rapeseed, walnuts, etc.) and certain fish (salmon, mackerel, etc.) contain omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids which preserve the suppleness of the skin. Carrots, tomatoes and other foods rich in carotene ensure a nice tan all year round.
5) Cleanse skin deeply
Stop toxins and dead cells! For an always radiant complexion, remember to clean your skin well. Several options are possible according to your needs. Steam baths and purifying masks, for example, are suitable for those who fight blackheads. The scrub is a universal remedy. Those with dry skin will prefer an exfoliating cream with moisturizing properties. Those with oily skin will opt for chemical exfoliation.
6) Go to bed early
Eight hours of daily sleep is the guarantee of beautiful skin. Here are some explanations:
- A good night’s sleep under the duvet drives away fatigue, dark circles, and puffiness.
- Rest helps relieve stress, one of the major causes of skin problems (wrinkles, lack of tone, etc.).
- It is during the night that the cells of the epidermis are renewed.
To promote this regeneration, respectfully follow the instructions in point 3.
7) Protect yourself from external aggressions
Exposure to the sun is good for the body and soul, especially in winter. But beware of UV rays, which are responsible for skin stains, wrinkles, and other much more serious pathologies. Do not hesitate to use body and face creams as well as foundations containing a sun protection filter. During your winter vacation in the mountains, don’t forget to bring an SPF 50. The sun is as dangerous on the beach as on the ski slopes.
8) Pay attention to your lifestyle
A small glass of red wine has antioxidant properties. But participating in drunken parties regularly won’t do your skin any good. The problem is that alcohol dehydrates and robs the epidermis of its elasticity. Tobacco guarantees a complexion lacking oxygen, dull, and wrinkled. To have beautiful skin, it is therefore essential to have good habits. Limit alcohol consumption, ban cigarettes and exercise. Being active improves blood circulation and eliminates toxins.
9) Nourish my skin
The skin not only needs to be hydrated but also needs to be nourished. Especially if it is dry. Indeed, this type of skin is thin, fragile, and not very flexible because of a lack of lipids. It’s up to you to provide your skin with the nutrients it lacks. The foods you eat, you’ve been told, play an important role. But you can give your complexion a boost by choosing the right products. The presence of ingredients such as shea butter and vegetable oils is a good sign!