The party season is over and your body and bank account are feeling the effects – Here’s how to detox your skin in the New Year.
Incorporate these simple tips into your routine to detox your skin and keep it looking refreshed, without putting you out of pocket.
Consider trying hot yoga or simply a sauna recovery session after a workout to really open up pores. And remember, NEVER wear make up when working out as it will simply clog your pores rather then allowing it to emitting toxins. Use a hydrating toner mist, like Sukin’s Hydrating Mist Toner for $10.99 after a workout, to keep that fresh clean feeling throughout the day.
Try using a BB cream instead. Not only is this bound to halve your morning routine but this will also allow your skin to breathe throughout the day. Raww Cosmetics Wildberry Glow BB Cream for $29.99 hydrates the skin with the power of coconut water, whilst using ingredients like Kakadu Plum to firm the skin and Tumeric to combat impurities.
Treat yourself – Detoxing is all about looking and feeling better. And, an at home treatment is a simple way to liven up your face, and remove any dry skin and excess oils. Erno Laszlo’s Exfoliating and Detoxing mask at $16 each helps to illuminate dull skin, by deeply penetrating the pores with antioxidants and extracts. Using innovative technology, the gels based masks help to remove dead skin cells and detoxify deep down in the pores of the skin, for a radiant glow.
Protect your biggest organ – Take the time to think about your skin. The best, and in my books easiest way to take care of your skin is to protect it now rather then bring it back from the brink once it is damaged. The biggest villain of skin damage is the sun. Apply sunscreen when spending time in the sun to limit skin cancer, freckles and signs of ageing. Natural skincare brand wotnot have released a NEW sunscreen for the face for $26.95.
This sunscreen also acts as a primer under any foundation. Made with ingredients like organic Aloe Vera leaf juice, Jojoba and Camellia oils, it’s safe for the whole family to use – even children.