Complexion Tips That Are Easy To Do


Did you know that rubbing a chilled tomato slice rubbed on your face about three times a week will lighten dark spots? I didn't know this, but I think I'll give it a try!

Cotton balls dipped in cold milk will instantly rehydrate and refresh your skin!

A face scrub of sugar and olive oil is good for combating oily skin, and will slough off dead skin.

"Beauty Sleep" is for real! Get 7-8 hours of sleep each night and see the results in your mirror. Your skin will look less wrinkled, eyes less puffy, and dark circles will improve! Plus you'll just feel better getting 7-8 hours sleep at night.

Skin actually repairs itself at night. So remember to put a light face cream on every night after washing and removing your make-up.

Facials and beauty treatments should be done about once every two months; If you do facials more than that, it could tire your delicate facial skin and upset the natural balance of your skin.

Tie your hair back in a cute bouncy ponytail! This automatically gives you a more youthful look, plus it keeps dust, oil, and even dandruff that may be on your hair from getting on your face and forehead.

The tried and true advice...wash your face and keep it clean, is still the one of the best things you can do for your face. Even though it may be tempting to skip a night once in a while and just crawl into bed, try and fight the urge and wash and moisturize your skin first!

And last, but certainly not least, drink your water! We have all heard it before, and will undoubtedly hear it again and again, but we need to actually DO this one. Ty to drink 8-10 glasses of water every day. It will flush out toxins from your system, cleaning up both your body and face.

2 comments:

  1. Once our tomatoes come in this summer I'll give the tomato slice rubbed on dark spots a try. I hope it works... it'll be an expensive remedy! Thanks, there are some great tips here!

    ... I'm the worst when it comes to washing my face at night! Ugh!!

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  2. Lol! I hope the tomatoes work...I am going to give them a try and will let you know how it goes!

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