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BASIC WAYS OF ACHIEVING A GLOWING SKIN TONE

BASIC WAYS OF ACHIEVING A GLOWING SKIN TONE

Our modern society is full of numerous plastic surgeons, dermatologists and human skin specialists. It is however difficult to distinguish qualified specialists from quackery. This article is designed to assist those who have doubts and reservations about various artificial and surgical methods of achieving a glowing skin tone.

Firstly, it is highly significant to have in mind that getting good results require patience and consistency as quick or sharp results can cause skin damage, frustration and long term effect can be cancer. Below are three fundamental yet essential ways of achieving a good and healthy skin tone
1. AVOIDING FURTHER SUN DAMAGE: The largest contributor of dark pigmentation, ageing and uneven skin tone is the sun. With the radiation intense around the midday (11am - 2pm). Avoiding direct sun contact is very crucial. An umbrella or use of clothing materials that cover the exposed parts of the body such as hands, legs and face is recommended for outings around this period.
2. STAYING HYDRATED: Water plays an important role here as the skin itself contains 64% water. It helps with the flushing out of toxins in the body. Without adequate water intake, skin appears duller, with wrinkles and pores more prominent. As for the water intake, strive for at least 8 glasses of water a day to keep the skin hydrated and working properly.
3. THE HONEY EFFECT: Raw honey is highly significant as it is full of antioxidants which are good for wrinkles and ageing. It helps in the treatment of acne as well as its prevention. Regular application of honey to the skin gives a visible glow. Make a honey mask for at least 30 minutes and then gently rinse it off with warm water, the end product however is a soft, radiant skin. These are basic ways to achieve skin glow.

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