How to make that face glow…

Published September 13, 2015 by sarahsmith1988

There is nothing more important then a perfect skin care routine, especially on the face and neck. The face and neck go through a lot of punishment throughout the day makeup, battle with the wind and dirt from every day routines. Each morning I will make sure I stick to my skin care routine to help prevent breakouts and clogged pores. I am extra careful when selecting products to make sure I am not putting any harsh chemicals onto my face that will more then likely do more damage then good. Skin Care

Step 1: Cleanse 

  • Using a cleanser that is suitable for your skin type, put a small amount on the palm of your hand 
  • Using upward strokes, massage into the skin. Cleansers flush out the pores and helps smooth them out. 
  • Remove the cleanser according to the instructions, with a damp facial cloth, making sure it is a clean one. If using a wash off cleanser, remove with warm water. 

Step 2: Tone 

  • Spray toner onto a fresh cotton pad 
  • Wipe over the face and neck 

Step 3: Moisturize 

  • Apply 1-2 pumps of moisturizer onto your fingers 
  • Massage upwards and outwards all over the face and neck
  • Makeup can then be applied 

Step 4: Special attention products

Give your day-and your face-a nice, smooth start. This velvety soft primer preps your skin for makeup coverage that will stay porcelain-perfect all day long.

Cleanse. Moisturize. Refresh. Wash away impurities and get glowing with the energizing properties of ginkgo biloba and the purifying power of horse chestnut. Illuminate Clean is perfect for normal/dry skin.

Keep your sweet face CLEAR FACIAL SHOPfresh and oil-free with Illuminate Clear. Garden chrysanthemum revives while licorice root and aloe vera soothe. It’s just right for oily skin, but gentle enough for any skin type.

Made to suit all skin types, it delivers the hydration your face is craving.


2 comments on “How to make that face glow…

  • Hey Sarah,

    Some really great points and product suggestions here 🙂

    It’s also worth noting that much of the work done to promote skin health is done in the kitchen.

    Vitamin A is great for keeping those wrinkles at bay (think sweet potatoes for a tasty dose of that!).

    Topping up on Vitamin C will help ensure that those spots don’t pop up at inopportune moments. Citrus fruits will keep you topped up there.

    The often overlooked Vitamin K will help with those bags under your eyes, found in abundance within Kale and Spinach.

    Vitamin E will help your skin retain it’s naturals oils and moisture, further enhancing the effectiveness of the above products. Look for almonds and sunflower seeds for this.

    And last, but by no means least, Vitamin B3 really helps reduce redness for those that suffer there. Typically a bowl of bran flakes is one of your easiest sources of that.

    Phew, sorry for the rant! I hope this helps 🙂

    Kirsty x


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