In the searching for a better and glowing skin, I found this simple and easy rules that every girl with great skin never break. I don't know if I have a great skin because lately I've been suffering some kind of acne, well, it's not acne but it's like dark spots that only appears on my cheeks and sometimes on my chin but I think that maybeeee it will be thanks to all the stress that I've been going through between the school/work/boyfriend/family/money, etc. So, in better words, I will try to make all this things and hope all you do try it to! 

Wear sunscreen daily:

Wear a minimum of SPF 15 every day (higher if you’re spending a lot of time in the sun or you're in a medical skin treatment) in order to prevent sun damage, skin cancer, wrinkles and sunburn.


Exercise may not always be fun or something we want to do, but it does more for us than we think! On top of burning calories and making us feel better, it delivers oxygen to our skin, and a incredibly feeling of happiness.

Don’t smoke:

The same way that smoking is bad for our health in general, it’s terrible for our skin. Limited lung capacity leads to decreased oxygenation of tissues and toxins that your liver now has to process, which will diminish glow. Remember, your skin doesn’t have a liver, so you’re creating a cloud of pollution around your skin which is inflammatory which causes dull, dehydrated, sallow skin.

Never sleep in makeup:

When it comes to maintaining a glowing complexion, it’s all about taking off your makeup before you go to sleep and always sticking to a routine when it comes to skincare. The skin likes routine, so it’s easier to track why you’re breaking out when you have a steady and consistent regimen.

Never pick zits:

The truth is, people do squeeze their zits, I SQUEEZE MY ZITS, and it’s a common problem. But don’t! You will make them worse and they will leave a scar. An effective and quick zit zapper is to use an ice cube. Simply press an ice cube on a pimple for one full minute to reduce swelling and inflammation. The cold ice cube shouldn’t touch your skin directly so be sure to wrap it in a soft tissue or cloth. You will notice immediately that the pimple is smaller as the ice helps to diminish the size of the pores by constricting the blood vessels underneath the skin.

Never pick scars:

Same goes with scars. People tend to pick away at them, thinking they will disappear but unfortunately the scar still remains, they are just picking away at the scab underneath. For smaller scars caused by shaving nicks or deep scratches that are less than six months old, use an at-home silicone cream to help flatten and remove redness. The cream should be applied twice a day for two months in order to get the best results. For more substantial and older scars, the best recommendation is to have at least four sessions of vascular laser treatments or a Fraxel laser treatment to help reduce the scar itself and restore the skin to its natural color.

Eat the right foods:

Dark chocolate is delicious and a great skin bet, it hosts a range of potent antioxidants that protect your skin from free radical damage; keeping it soft, supple and juvenile for long. With great sun protection properties, it shields your skin against detrimental UV rays and thus helps prevent conditions like sunburns and skin cancer; tomatoes are rich in vitamins A, B, C, and K, alpha- and beta-carotene, lutein, and lycopene, are great antioxidants and help the skin maintain healthy collagen. Olive oil contains major antioxidants such as Vitamins A and E, which account for anti-aging benefits because it helps restore skin elasticity; Kale is the top of the list when it comes to beauty foods as it’s full of antioxidants which are great for reducing wrinkles because they slow down the aging process. Kale also contains Vitamin A which is essential for the health of your skin.


In addition to a smoother appearance, regular exfoliation allows all skincare product to absorb better and work more efficiently. So try to do an exfoliate 2-3 times a week.

And remember, alwaaaaays stay hydrated.


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