‘Hydrate’ your way to Glass Skin! Skincare ingredients & facial treatments to look out for!
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Vivek Gusani March 1, 2020
If you are trying to achieve glass skin, then you understand the importance of effective skincare for hydration – cleansing, toning, exfoliating and most importantly moisturising your skin. Glass skin is exceptionally smooth and even-toned and this is achieved by regularly exfoliating the skin and keeping it moisturised and hydrated. To achieve and maintain glass skin, you should incorporate the following ingredients and treatments into your skincare regimen.
Glycolic acid is an Alpha Hydroxy Acid, commonly known as AHA. It has become very popular in the beauty industry, with most beauty companies incorporating it into their cleansers, toners and moisturisers. If you are still wondering what is the fuss about, then you should know that glycolic acid gently exfoliates the outermost layer of the skin while hydrating the skin all at the same time. It also helps treat acne-prone skin, hyperpigmentation as well as fine lines and wrinkles.
I cannot stress enough the importance of hydrating your skin, especially if you want to maintain or achieve glass skin. Making sure that you take at least eight glasses of water a day will is a good start, but that alone is not enough to keep your skin hydrated. You need to invest in skincare for hydration. Hyaluronic acid is a powerful humectant. It improves the skin’s ability to retain moisture, and visibly plumps up the skin after a few applications for a youthful and glowy look.
Facials do to our skin what servicing does to a car. Even with a proper skincare routine in place, our skin requires extra care and attention now and then. Hydrafacials are multifunctional treatments that target various skin problems. This treatment utilises the benefits of hyaluronic acid, peptides and other super-serums to correct textured and dehydrated skin, dark spots, enlarged pores as well as congested skin. The hydrafacial treatment also uses the vortex cleaning system and anti-oxidant delivery for healthier radiant skin.
A well-curated skincare routine and regular facial treatments will help achieve and maintain your glass skin. Keeping your skin hydrated will improve its elasticity, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, combat excess production of sebum and make it more resilient to free radicals.
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