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Trend Alert: Baby Fresh Skin



During the winter, your skin becomes a battlefield. Cold temperatures and biting winds chap and damage your face, leaving it dry. If there is any time to start taking care of your skin, it is now. Everyone can get fresh skin with these top tips:

Start A Routine

 The most important thing is to be consistent with your skincare. Aim to use a cleanser, followed by a toner (optional if you have dry skin) and a moisturizer. Keep these products as chemical-free and natural as possible. Once a week, use a gentle facial mask to treat your skin.


 The sedentary culture is taking over, and most of us spend our time in the office, sat behind a desk. Getting out for training not only improves your physical and mental health, but it will keep your skin looking youthful.

Drink Water

 Experts say you should drink between 6-8 glasses of water, on top of those caffeinated cups of coffee you have every day. This flushes out toxins and keeps your skin hydrated. Hydrated skin makes for less wrinkles and a fresh appearance. Keep a two-liter bottle with you at work – you’ll find you take little sips out of it now and then.

Sleep Well

 It’s called ‘beauty sleep’ for a reason. While sleeping, our bodies regenerate, which is essential for the health of our skin cells. Get at least seven hours every night; you may find you might need an extra hour if you are exercising – listen to your body.

Change your pillow covers every week. This will stop oils from building up on your skin – the bad ones, not the good ones. You also get that beautiful, fresh sheet feeling.

Deal With Acne

 Use face masks religiously every week. Also, invest in a high-quality salicylic acid gel or toner to kill the bacteria that cause your break-outs. Spot treatments can also help clear up your skin, especially those containing the element ‘benzoyl peroxide.’ Don’t let regular spots bring you down! You too can get that gorgeous, fresh skin feeling.

Cut The Sugar

 Not only is this great for your waistline, but cutting out sugary products – especially habits like sugars in your tea – can keep your skin looking healthy and flawless. You may have horrendous cravings for the first few days, but sugar is an effortless habit to kill; all you have to do is stop for 48 hours, and you’ll see a noticeable difference – your body stops expecting it. Replace sugary foods with snacks high in protein and complex carbohydrates.

Eat Fresh Products

If there was ever an excuse to buy local produce and cook from scratch, here it is: packaged foods that last for a long time have little quality nutrients. Fresh fruit is vital for clean-looking skin. You can compensate for a poor diet all you want in scrubs and moisturizers, but there is very little you can do for unhealthy skin.