Sleep enough 7-8 hours each night is a good amount
Drink enough water About 2 – 2,5 liters each day. Make it a habit to drink a bottle of water first thing in the morning, and then a big glass before each meal
Natural & organic makeup Serves your skin with good stuff, instead of messing with it
Stress down You might have seen pimples and other breakouts sneaking up during exams, heavy work weeks or in times of anxiety. Calming down is key to keep your skin clean, and it actually doesn’t really depend on your surroundings. Find peace within yourself by meditating, having a positive attitude and trust that things will work out without your control.
Drink lemon water Lemon is super detoxifying, and freshly squeezed lemon in warm water is a common drink for glowy skin chasers.
Exercise Breaking a sweat is beneficial for your skin, and exercise increases blood flow which brings with it both oxygen and nutrients that makes your cells jump in joy.
Eat greens Amongst other things, they’re packed ful with antioxidants, which will renew your skin. Drink green juice, have green smoothies and delicious salads.
Rosewater as a toner Rosewater helps maintain pH balance, it hydrates, cools and is anti-bacterial.
Drink kombucha This bobbly drink contains a lot of probiotics, which is really good for your gut-health. The gut is highly connected to your whole well-being, including the health and appearance of your skin. A good probiotic supplement is just as good.
BE HAPPY! Nothing makes you glow like the feeling of happiness. Promise.