Skincare That Boosts Radiance - Guest Post By Mia Taylor

Is there a person who would refuse to have healthy, glowing skin? Probably not, as most of us dream about beautiful, healthy complexion. Sadly, very few have been blessed with naturally clear and radiant skin, and the rest of us have to work hard in order to find the skincare routine that will give us the best results. If you’d like to try a bit different approach to skincare, read on to discover ways to get radiant skin.

Water to the rescue

Everyone will tell you that drinking a lot of water will help clear your skin of pimples and blemishes, but it’s important to mention that washing your face will also do you good. People think that you have to wash your face with different products in order to make a difference, but even if you don’t use soaps, serums oils, and foams, you will notice that your skin looks and feels different after a while. Water is essential for removing toxins from our systems, and when we combine daily intake of at least 8 glasses of water and regular face washes, we will get great results in just a couple of weeks.

Use quality products

It doesn’t matter how much time and effort you put into your skincare routine if you’re not using quality products. All that moisturizing, exfoliating, and applying makeup will do you no good if your skin reacts badly to the ingredients in the products you use. For some, this means they’ll spend a lot of time making their own face masks, others will choose something special, such as Aspect Dr skin care products for sensitive skin, while there are also people who only stick to products that are organic or vegan. Your skin is the biggest organ you have, and in order to keep it healthy, you should only use quality products, even if it means spending a bit more money.  


You should decide on your skincare routine based on your skin type. Those who have oily or combination skin shouldn’t shy away from exfoliating. Because there’s excess sebum you should exfoliate deeper than other skin types, but if you’re prone to outbreaks you could try products that have salicylic acid since it soothes inflammation. Still, you shouldn’t scrub more than once a week or you will be producing even more oil. People with dry skin should be careful when exfoliating as their skin is prone to irritation, and if you scrub too often and too vigorously, you will end up making it even drier. People with dry and sensitive skin should exfoliate with products that contain lactic acid because it won’t penetrate the skin as deeply as some other acids might.

Always wear sunscreen

A nice tan is always welcome as it makes you look healthier and allows you to soak in vitamin D. On the other hand, if you don’t protect your skin from the sun, you might end up with a sunburn as well as dry and damaged skin. Broad-spectrum solar protection is available everywhere and you will be able to find something that’s suitable for your skin type. Apply sunscreen every time you’re about to leave your home and reapply every couple of hours. If you don’t want to ruin your makeup, you can pick products that already contain an SPF protection – there are many foundations and BB creams with an SPF on the market for you to choose from.

Change your habits

Sometimes even if you’re extra careful with sunscreen, use only the best makeup, and drink plenty of water, there can still be some stubborn skin issues. The answer may be in your habits – if you smoke, drink, and seldom get enough sleep, your skin will probably be a mess no matter how carefully you treat it. Nicotine narrows blood vessels and reduces skin elasticity so you will be more likely to develop premature wrinkles. Alcohol causes dehydration and makes your skin look dull and aggravates acne, while lack of sleep won’t allow your skin to regenerate, causing you to walk around with dark circles and bags under your eyes. If you cut down on your alcohol intake and the number of cigarettes you smoke, get plenty of sleep, and exercise regularly, your skin will be healthy and so will you.
When you have healthy, glowing skin you will feel more confident. Remember that we’re all different, we have different skin types, and the fact that a particular skin product or routine work for one person, it’s not a guarantee that they’ll work for others. Don’t hesitate to try out different approaches and products until you find something that works for you.

Mia Taylor is a fashion and beauty enthusiast from Sydney and writer for She loves writing about her life experiences. Travelling and enjoying other cultures and their food with her husband is a big part of her life. She is always on the lookout for new trends in fashion and beauty, and considers herself an expert when it comes to lifestyle tips.
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