Has being cooped up inside all day given you a lackluster feeling? The stress of being in quarantine can bring dullness to your mood and in turn, your skin. If you’ve noticed a lack of radiance in your skin recently, there’s no need to worry. With just a few simple reminders (you’re already wearing sunscreen everyday of course), and a little skin TLC, you can get your glow back so you’re strutting out of quarantine with a pep in your step (and a smile on your face!).
Get Your Glow Back!
Hydrate and Maintain Healthy Nutrition
If there’s one thing you can do to positively impact your skin and overall health, it’s drinking more water. Dehydration can trigger moodiness, fatigue, and cause lasting damage to your skin such as fine lines and wrinkles. When you’re dehydrated, it decreases the amount of blood flow to your skin making you look tired. Aim for 8 glasses of water per day and keep your skin glowing and bright.
“You are what you eat” absolutely applies here. What you put into your body is reflected in your skin and complexion. Be sure to get all of the essential vitamins and minerals and avoid sugar and processed foods.
Wash Your Face and Moisturize
It’s not only important to wash your hands right now - remember to wash your face, too! Remove all of the pollutants from the day and any dead skin to brighten your complexion and prevent future skin problems. The best brightening skin cleanser is the oil-free Doctor D. Schwab Grapefruit Cleanser. It’s a natural and unique blend of Grapefruit Peel Oil, Pineapple, and Green Tea with a Lactic Acid infusion exfoliates to remove dead skin, smooth uneven patches, and leave an even-looking skin tone without drying effects. Best used morning and night to leave skin smooth, soft, and pH balanced.
Follow your cleansing routine withDoctor D. Schwab Light Skin™ Renewal Moisturizerto enhance the skin’s radiance and clarity. The exclusive Alphasomes® Lightening Complex releases the most advanced natural ingredients to help control age spots and pigmentation with results in as little as two weeks.
Beauty sleep is a real thing. While you're asleep, your body repairs and restores its cellular tissues and makes new collagen. Collagen is a protein in your skin that keeps your skin looking young and hydrated. Try to get 7 to 9 hours of beauty sleep per night to keep a fresh-faced glow.
Incorporate Brightening Products
Even if you’re doing all of the right things - eating well, staying hydrated, getting a good night's sleep - you could still notice your skin’s complexion is off. Sometimes it can’t be helped. Incorporating brightening products into your skincare routine can help enhance your skin’s radiance.
TheDoctor D. Schwab Brightening Maskis an advanced mask with powerful brightening ingredients, including the proprietary Alpha Bright Peptide, Pomegranate Seed Extract, Lactic Acid, and Grapefruit Peel Oil; perfect for anyone looking to lighten up their quarantine routine. This mask can be used 2-3 times a week to help lessen the appearance of unwanted dark spots, and even out skin tone for a complexion that looks younger, radiant, and more balanced.
Additionally, to protect against harmful environmental stress, correct, and tighten skin, useAlphasomes® C-8 Flawless Skin® Brightening Serum. It’s a light and highly concentrated serum that rebalances uneven skin tone with natural and effective ingredients. The Peptides, natural antioxidants, and Grape Stem Cell Extract will give your skin a boost to improve radiance and clarity for a flawless complexion. Apply the serum after using theGrapefruit Cleanser, and before the Light Skin Renewal Moisturizer, for a naturally flawless look.
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