8 Cellulite Treatments that Actually Work

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A lot of people have cellulite, but that might not stop you from cringing when you see its characteristic dimples on your legs, stomach, or butt. If you’re rocking your dimply thighs, congrats! But if you’re looking for a way to reduce the appearance of cellulite on your body, what should you try first?

There are hundreds of creams, procedures, and treatments out there promising to get rid of cellulite for good, but which cellulite treatments actually work? We’ve rounded up the top cellulite treatments recommended by dermatologists, so you can feel great in your skin again.

Laser Treatments

Contrary to what some people believe, cellulite isn’t caused by being overweight. In fact, most women have cellulite, no matter what their pant size is! Cellulite is caused by fat cells—which we all have!—pushing up against cords of connective tissue.

While decreasing the amount of fat in your body can help reduce the appearance of cellulite ( we’ll touch on this later), breaking up the tough connective tissue bands can too. That’s why most office procedures for treating cellulite aim to loosen and thicken skin cells.

Laser treatments involve inserting a laser under the skin which breaks apart the cords of connective tissue that cause cellulite’s characteristic cottage cheese-like appearance. Laser treatments reduce the appearance of cellulite in most people, and results can last for 6 months or more.

Acoustic Wave Therapy

Acoustic wave therapy works in a similar way to laser treatments, but it’s less invasive. That’s because acoustic waves are used to break apart tough connective tissue from outside the body. Your doctor will manually manipulate a device over the areas you’re hoping to reduce cellulite, and after a few treatments you should start to see results.

Weight Loss

While your weight doesn’t cause cellulite, losing weight can minimize its appearance. That’s because you’ll have less fat pushing up against your connective tissue, making cellulite less pronounced.

Vacuum-Assisted Precise Tissue Release

This cellulite treatment isn’t for the faint of heart, but for some people, it reduces the appearance of cellulite for up to 3 years! If you get vacuum-assisted precise tissue release, your dermatologist will use small blades to cut your connective tissue, releasing them.


Losing weight through exercise is a one-two punch for cellulite—losing weight decreases the amount of fat in your body, and exercise increases your muscle mass, which can make your skin look more toned and firm. By doing targeted exercises for cellulite-prone areas, you can build muscle in your butt, thighs, and stomach, reducing the appearance of cellulite.


Subcision is similar to laser treatment in that it involves inserting something small under the skin that breaks up thick tissue. Instead of a laser, subcism uses a small needle to break apart tissue. Subcism reduces the appearance of cellulite for most people for 2 years or more!

Cellulite Creams and Lotions

While every so-called cellulite cream isn’t equally effective, if you’re looking for an everyday cream that will minimize cellulite, look for creams containing 0.3% retinol or caffeine. Caffeine creams can dehydrate your skin’s fat cells, which makes them smaller and less visible. Retinol products can thicken the skin by promoting collagen production, and it’s harder to see cellulite on thicker skin.


As mentioned above, collagen is important in keeping skin tight and firm. Some people find that taking collagen supplements can help reduce the appearance of cellulite.

No one needs to be ashamed of cellulite—it’s entirely normal, and most people have it. If you’re looking to reduce the appearance of your cellulite, give one of these treatments a try!

How To Tighten Loose, Sagging Skin

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Our bodies handle a lot of change throughout our lifetimes—and extreme changes that occur due to weight loss or gain, pregnancy, or aging can cause skin all over the body to become loose or saggy. 

Luckily, there are things you can do to reduce the appearance of loose skin, no matter where it is on your body. Try these 5 tips to naturally tighten your skin for a firm, youthful appearance.

Take Collagen Supplements

Collagen is the protein that binds skin cells together, making them appear tight and firm. While collagen is naturally produced in the body, many things, including aging, UV exposure, and a poor diet, can cause your body to underproduce collagen.

To boost collagen throughout the body and maintain tight, wrinkle-free skin, some people take collagen supplements. Using skin-firming creams formulated with retinol, an anti-aging product, can also help stimulate collagen production and produce firmer skin over time.

Firm With A Gua Sha

Gua shas exploded into the skincare market a few years ago, but they’ve been used to treat facial skin in China for centuries. They’re a little handheld piece of jade shaped like an oblong heart, and, when used properly, they can decrease inflammation in the face, stimulate collagen production, reduce dark undereye circles, and tighten skin.

To tighten skin using a gua sha, apply a few drops of facial oil and gently rub it in by running the gua sha over your face and neck in the direction of lymphatic flow (towards your hairline). Use your gua sha at least once a week to see results.

Perform Regular Exercise

Exercise can both prevent the development of loose skin and reduce its appearance once you have it. By maintaining a healthy body weight throughout your lifetime, you’ll minimize the potential of developing loose skin due to weight gain and loss. 

If you already have loose skin, exercise can minimize its appearance. Exercise develops the muscles under your skin. Your skin has to stretch to cover bigger muscles, which makes it appear tighter.

If you’re dealing with loose skin on your face or neck, try specific exercises targeting this area to reduce the appearance of sagging skin.

Utilize A Daily Moisturizer Containing Hyaluronic Acid

While most anti-aging firming creams won’t give you an immediate face lift, using a daily moisturizer formulated with hyaluronic acid can help reduce the appearance of loose skin over time. Keeping your skin moisturized will help it to remain plump and hydrated, and hyaluronic acid makes moisturizers even more effective by attracting and preserving water molecules.

Try A Non-Surgical Dermatological Treatment

If creams, supplements, and exercise aren’t reducing the appearance of your sagging skin, you could try a non-surgical treatment at your dermatologist’s office. These procedures are great for loose skin throughout your body since they can be performed on any body part.

Ultrasound, radiofrequency, and laser treatments are non-invasive treatments that use heat to stimulate your body to produce collagen. They typically don’t show immediate results, but they do tighten your skin over several months, and the results can last for more than a year.

If you’re willing to try a slightly more invasive treatment, laser resurfacing is a great option for tightening loose skin. Laser resurfacing tightens skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles within 2 weeks.

If you’re struggling with sagging skin, you have many options to reduce its appearance. Experiment with different skin-tightening methods to find the one that works best for you!

6 Untrue Weight Loss Myths

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There’s a lot of misinformation about weight loss out there. The truth is, many of us want to lose weight, and it doesn’t have to be complicated. The simplest way to a healthy weight is eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly. That’s it! If you’ve heard any of these weight loss myths, consider them debunked.

  1. Diets Work

Diets can work, but just because a new fad diet starts going viral on social media doesn’t necessarily mean it will work for you. Sure, there’s nothing inherently wrong with Atkins, paleo, keto, or Whole 30—if you can sustain it. The problem is that most people think diets promise a quick solution to their weight loss problem, when in reality, only long-term lifestyle changes will sustain weight loss over time.

If you’re trying to lose weight, focus on less dramatic, incremental changes, like daily exercise or gradual diet change, rather than going all-in on a diet for a few weeks. Yo-yo dieting, or gaining and losing pounds frequently due to diets, actually causes you to gain weight over time.

  1. Carbs Are Bad

Carbs get a bad rap, but they’ve been enjoyed for far longer than the obesity epidemic has been going on, so they really shouldn’t take all the blame. The truth is, depending on your biology, a low-carb or low-fat diet might be more effective for you.

You don’t have to eliminate carbs entirely, but try to stay away from refined carbs, like sugar, since these do cause you to gain weight.

  1. Counting Calories Matters

You wouldn’t think a 100-calorie scoop of ice cream was equally as healthy as a 100-calorie scoop of hummus, would you? When it comes to counting calories, the quality matters just as much as the quantity. Simply focusing on consuming as few calories as possible won’t help you lose weight if the calories you’re eating are made up of unhealthy fats, refined carbs, or sweets.

  1. You Can Eat Anything You Want If You Exercise

Exercise is an important addition to any healthy lifestyle, but it’s not the only thing that matters. Yes, exercise burns calories—a lot, depending on the activity! But it takes a lot of energy to exercise, which can make you disproportionately hungry. In fact, some people actually gain weight when they exercise, since they eat more calories than they burn! 

Don’t be afraid to indulge every once and awhile after a strenuous exercise, but don’t completely ignore your diet when you workout either.

  1. Snacking Makes You Gain Weight or Lose Weight

Some people subscribe to the idea that 6 meals a day are better, while others try to avoid snacking completely. The fact is, it doesn’t really matter how many times a day you eat as long as you’re making healthy choices.

For some people, snacks between meals help prevent them from overeating at mealtimes. Other people might snack out of boredom instead of hunger, which could cause weight gain. The total amount you consume each day matters more than when you eat, so if you’re hungry, grab a healthy fruit or vegetable and go on with your day!

While we’re busting myths, just remember: weight is just a number. Mental health, dietary choices, exercise, relationships, and many other factors make up a “healthy” life, so try not to obsess over the number you see on the scale!

6 Lifestyle Habits that Cause Premature Aging

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Do you examine your forehead for wrinkles each night or panic each time a clump of hair falls out in the shower? None of us want to age before our time, but for some people, unwise lifestyle habits may cause wrinkles, uneven skin tone, sagging skin, or hair changes prematurely.

Signs of aging are considered “premature” when they occur before age 35. If you’re noticing changes in your skin or hair, make sure you’re not contributing to premature aging by staying away from these 6 bad habits.


Not only does tanning put you at an increased risk of developing skin cancer, it causes you to age, too! That’s because the sun’s UV rays (including UV light from a tanning bed) actually damage your skin cells. Even if you don’t get sunburned, the sun damages your skin when you spend time outside, which increases the likelihood you’ll develop sun spots and wrinkles.

UV rays damage your hair too—they can cause breakage in the cuticle, the outer layer of hair that protects fragile inner strands. When your hair gets damaged, it may feel brittle or frizzy, and you may develop split ends or dryness.

The best thing to do is avoid sun exposure as much as possible. Try self tanner instead, and use sun protection with SPF whenever you spend time outdoors.

Unhealthy Diet

There are tons of benefits to maintaining a healthy diet, but one is that it keeps your skin looking nourished and youthful! According to some studies, diets high in sugar and carbohydrates can cause the natural aging process to accelerate. 

While the precise effects of diet on aging aren’t exactly clear, choosing a nutritious diet will help you maintain a healthy weight—and that’s always a good idea!


Smoking increases your risk of developing lung cancer and other chronic conditions. Even if you manage to avoid these, it makes you appear older—that’s a lose-lose! Because cigarette smoke exposes your skin to toxins, smoking regularly can make your skin appear wrinkled and dry.

It’s never too late to quit smoking, and when you do, your skin will thank you for it!

Stressful Lifestyle

If you’re constantly stressed about work, your relationship, money, or something else, it might be time to try yoga, journaling, or another method of mindful stress relief. That’s because stress not only feels terrible, it makes you age prematurely, too!

When you’re stressed, your body releases the hormone cortisol. Some cortisol in your body is normal, but too much (or too much too often!) can damage the collagen in your skin cells. Collagen keeps your skin looking elastic and plump—damage to it causes unnecessary wrinkles and sagging.

Too Little Sleep

A good night’s rest can be hard to come by, but studies show that sleeping poorly can cause signs of aging to appear on your skin. Your cells need rest to repair damage from the sun, environmental pollutants, and dry air. A full night’s sleep gives your cells the time they need to regenerate before heading back out into the world.

Over Exfoliating

Exfoliating is an important step in any skincare regimen since it clears your pores of buildup and helps remove dead skin cells. But be careful not to overdo it, since over exfoliation can damage healthy skin. Exfoliate once or twice a week (no more!) and, if your skin becomes irritated, try a new method to protect your fragile skin.

With a few simple lifestyle changes, you can nourish your skin and protect it from aging before you do. Give these tips and try and witness your skin become firm, radiant, and glowing over time!

Tips to Help You Fall Asleep Fast

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Sleep troubles got you…up? For people who struggle to fall asleep at night, crisp linen sheets and dim lights are anything but relaxing.

Sleep struggles compound upon one another—if you struggle to fall asleep, then you become anxious about falling asleep, which makes it harder to get the zzz’s you need. Next time you’re laying in bed staring at the ceiling, try one of these tips to help you fall asleep in minutes.

Tip #1: Check Out a Tried-and-True Method

There are a couple different tactics recommended by doctors for people struggling with clinical insomnia. While these methods may take a while to perfect, over time they can help you fall asleep in 2 minutes or less.

The Military Method

The military method was developed by the U.S. Navy to help pilots fall asleep even when sitting up. To start, relax your entire face. Let the relaxation slip down your body from your shoulders, to your chest, down your legs. 

Once you’re relaxed, visualize a relaxing scene and imagine being there. If you haven’t fallen asleep yet, think the words “don’t think” to yourself over and over again. Within 10 seconds you should be sleeping!

The 4-7-8 Method

The 4-7-8 method is based on yoga techniques. It’s designed to help calm anxiety, so you can fall asleep fast. Start by relaxing your tongue behind your front teeth on the roof of your mouth. Breathe out through your mouth until your lungs are empty. Breathe in through your nose for 4 seconds, hold your breath for 7, and exhale for 8.

Repeat the process at least 4 times to enter a state of calm.

Progressive Muscle Relaxation

Progressive muscle relaxation isn’t exactly what it sounds like. Yes, you do relax your muscles, but you tense them first before progressively releasing the tension.

Starting with your eyebrows, tense the muscles for 5 seconds, then relax and wait 10 seconds. Do the same with your mouth, eyes, neck, arms, chest, thighs, and feet.

Tip #2: Practice Relaxation Visualization

Think of a calm place. Picture the scenery as well as how you feel in that place. Focus on your feelings and you’ll find yourself nodding off in no time.

Tip #3: Tell Yourself To Stay Awake

Turns out we all have a bit of a rebellious streak! Try laying in bed and telling yourself you have to stay awake. In spite of yourself, you’ll fall asleep!

Tip #4: Do Some Gentle Yoga

Moving through a few yoga poses before bed can calm your brain and relax your muscles. Choose 4–5 gentle poses, like child’s pose or happy baby, and flow through them for 10–15 minutes before bedtime.

Tip #5: Take a Warm Shower

There’s nothing like a warm shower or bath to relax your mind and muscles before bed. Try not to think about the day, just focus on experiencing the warm water relaxing your body.

Tip #6: Plug in a White Noise Machine

If traffic or other nighttime noises are keeping you up, plug in a white noise machine or a fan for a quiet, calming hum. A fan can also help keep you cool overnight, since a warm bed can actually keep you up instead of helping you rest.

Tip #7: Turn Your Phone Off

An hour before bed, turn your phone off or put it away. The visual stimulation from blue light as well as the mental stimulation of social media, email, or texting with friends can keep you up.

Tip #8: Meditate

Don’t let this tip intimidate you—meditation could be as simple as writing a page in a journal or slowly breathing in and out with your eyes closed for a minute or two. Like yoga, meditation helps to decrease anxiety and gives your mind freedom from the stressors of the day.

If you’re still awake at the end of all this talk about calming scenery and deep breathing techniques, then you really must have some sleep struggles! Try one (or several!) of these proven methods next time your thoughts are keeping you up to help you fall asleep fast.

Tip #9: Make sure your bed is comfortable 

Investing in a comfortable bed is another way to fall asleep faster and improve the quality of your sleep. Make sure you buy a supportive mattress and pillows, and the right bedding. 

Cotton bedding is the best option if you want to stay cool, as it’s breathable and draws moisture away from the body. Or, if you’re prone to feeling cold, a warmer option like wool is better. 

Tip #10: Cut back on caffeine and alcohol 


If you’re struggling to fall asleep, it might be because you’re consuming too much caffeine or alcohol – especially if you’re having them later in the evening. 

It’s best to avoid caffeine for about four hours before going to bed, as it’s a stimulant that can disrupt your sleep patterns and make you feel more awake. 

Alcohol can also have an adverse effect, as it can make you feel restless or induce sweating or nausea, and this can make it harder to fall asleep. 

How to Boost Metabolism

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Your metabolism can make a big difference in how easily you can lose weight. Metabolism is the rate at which your body burns calories for energy – the higher it is, the easier it is to lose weight. 


Your metabolism depends on factors like your age, sex, body fat, muscle mass, activity level, and genetics. A lot of it is out of your control. But, there are some things you can do to speed up your metabolism and make it easier to lose weight in the long term. 


Here are 5 ways to boost your metabolism: 

1. Drink more water 

Do you drink enough water? If not, it could be slowing down your metabolism. Try and aim for at least two liters of water everyday. And, if you want the maximum benefits, the water should be cold as it takes more energy for the body. 


Plus, drinking lots of water is good for overall weight loss as it keeps you feeling fuller for longer, so you eat less. It’s also a lot better for you than sugary drinks, which often have a high calorie count. 

drink water

2. Do high-intensity workouts 

Studies have shown that HIIT – or high-intensity interval training – can increase your metabolism a lot more than steady cardio like running or cycling at a continuous speed. 


HIIT exercises use very quick bursts of intense activity. They alternate between low and high-intensity exercise, such as sprinting for one minute and walking for three. 

high-intensity workouts

3. Build muscle mass 

People with more muscle usually have a higher metabolism. This is because it takes more energy to maintain muscles than it does fat. Building and retaining muscle can help you burn more calories, even when resting. 


Make sure you include some strength training into your exercise routine. Some examples include lifting weights or using resistance bands.

muscle mass

4. Have meals at regular times 

Having regular meals and eating more frequently is another way to maintain a healthy metabolism. Going for long periods is common for people trying to lose weight. However, waiting longer to eat means that the body can start to burn calories more slowly. 


This means that you start to store more fat cells, as the metabolism slows down between meals to conserve energy. To avoid this, instead of having big meals, have small, healthy meals and snacks throughout the day, no more than a few hours apart.

meals at regular times

5. Eat more protein 

Eating increases your metabolism for a few hours, and foods that contain a lot of protein have the biggest effect on this. It takes more energy to digest and absorb the nutrients in protein than it does for other food types, like carbs and fats. 


A high-protein diet could be one way to boost your metabolism. It’s also helpful for weight loss, as it can make you feel less full and make you less prone to overeating.

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7 Foods to Eat to Help Reduce Anxiety

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Anxiety is a very common condition that affects millions of people. The symptoms can include fear or worry, problems concentrating, increased heart rate, irritability, and muscle tension – and they can have a major effect on people’s lives. 


There are various lifestyle changes that can help to manage anxiety. But diet can also make a difference, and there are some types of foods that can improve the symptoms. 


Here are 7 foods to reduce anxiety: 

1. Dark chocolate 

The first food on our list is dark chocolate when it has at least 70% cocoa.  Studies have shown that it could reduce the symptoms of stress and anxiety.


Dark chocolate contains flavonoids, which improve blood flow and reduce inflammation in the brain. It also has a high tryptophan content, which can boost serotonin in the brain. 

dark chocolate

2. Yogurt 

Another great food for anxiety is yogurt. The probiotics found in many yogurts are known to improve gut health, as well as other aspects of your wellbeing – like mental health. 


In addition to this, probiotic yogurts can promote healthy brain function by increasing the production of serotonin and other mood-boosting neurotransmitters. 


3. Salmon 

If you want less anxiety, salmon has many benefits as it contains omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, and DHA, which can help to balance serotonin and dopamine in the brain. 


Adding salmon to your diet two to three days a week can have a calming effect and help you stay relaxed – and it’s also really good for your physical health!


4. Pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin seeds are another brilliant choice for reducing the symptoms of anxiety. They are rich in potassium, which helps to manage blood pressure and may reduce stress. 


They also contain high levels of the mineral zinc, which is essential for a healthy brain as it supports nerve function and this can help regulate your emotions.

pumpkin seeds

5. Brazil nuts 

Some studies show that brazil nuts can also improve your mood and reduce anxiety as they are a source of selenium, which plays a key role in reducing inflammation. 


Selenium is also a powerful antioxidant that can prevent cell damage in the body. Eating two to three brazil nuts a day is enough to have the desired effect. 

brazil nuts

6. Turmeric 

As well as being found in salmon, DHA is also found in high levels in the spice turmeric. This makes turmeric an amazing choice for preventing anxiety and keeping your brain healthy. 


Because DHA has anti-inflammatory properties, it can prevent damage to brain cells. You can also boost the absorption by combining turmeric with black pepper when using it. 


7. Chamomile 

Last but not least, chamomile is well-known for its soothing effects. It’s used all around the world as a herbal remedy for its anti-anxiety properties, along with other health benefits. 


Chamomile tea is a safe way to manage anxiety, and it can help to reduce the symptoms. It also tastes great and comes in a variety of doses.


7 Tips to Beat Unhealthy Food Cravings

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Food cravings are the enemy of anyone trying to follow a healthy eating plan. They’re the most common reason diets fail and people struggle to lose weight. 

It can be incredibly hard to fight against unhealthy food and sugar cravings. So, here are some tips to help you avoid them in the future: 

1. Drink more water 

People often confuse being thirsty with being hungry or craving food. Next time you feel the urge to snack, try drinking a large glass of water then wait a few minutes. 

If you’re actually just thirsty, the craving will quickly fade away. It can also serve as a distraction, especially if you add some lemon, cucumber, or lime to it for extra taste. 

2. Avoid skipping meals 

Skipping meals is a common tactic for dieters. But, it can also make it so much harder to fight food cravings, and eating regular healthy meals can reduce temptation. 

The best way to stay healthy is to create a healthy meal plan each week and stick to it. Start planning nutritious meals with healthy snacks in between if needed. 

3. Get enough sleep 

Do you get the right amount of sleep every night? If not, it could be causing poor appetite regulation and this can mean stronger cravings for sugary foods. 

Getting at least 8 hours of sleep each night can make you feel less hungry and dramatically reduce the need for high energy foods to get through the day. 

4. Know your trigger foods 

It’s much easier to manage cravings when you know what your trigger foods are so you can avoid them. Some common culprits include cakes, doughnuts, ice cream, crisps, and chocolate. 

If you know which foods you crave the most, make sure you avoid buying them and don’t keep loads of them in the house. That way, you’ll have to eat a healthier alternative instead. 

5. Eat a balanced diet 

Balanced meals should include whole grain carbs and lean protein, as this will keep you fuller for longer and reduce the risk of sugar dips which can lead to junk food cravings. 

You should also include a variety of fruits and vegetables. This will help you get all the vitamins you need, which will keep your energy levels high during the day. 

6. Go for a walk 

Finding ways to distract yourself will help massively when it comes to staving off cravings. One way to do this is by going for a walk – which has many additional health benefits, too. 

Physical activity is also known to reduce stress, which can contribute to cravings. Just 30 minutes walking outside in the fresh air can make a huge difference! 

7. Pick healthier snacks 

If you’re prone to snacking and are finding it hard to stop, another option is to choose healthier snacks. This can satisfy your cravings without sabotaging your diet. 

Some options include fresh berries, a fruit smoothie, or peanut butter on whole grain toast. These snacks will keep you full for longer and have more nutritional value.

The Best 12 Tips to Get Glowing Skin

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Having a natural glow is something a lot of people strive for. But, factors like stress, age, lack of sleep, and poor health can all make your complexion appear less radiant. 

If your skin is looking dull and tired, there are ways to make it look more luminous. Here are some of the best home remedies to get glowing skin: 

1. Daily cleansing

Over time, dirt, oil, and pollution particles can start to clog up your pores, and this leads to a dull appearance. To avoid this, make sure you thoroughly cleanse your skin every day. 

2. Exfoliate 

Exfoliating can brighten your skin by removing dead skin cells, which leads to a smooth, glowing skin surface. For the best results, exfoliate two to three times per week. 

3. Keep your skin hydrated 

A lack of moisture is one of the main causes of tired-looking skin. So, always moisturize when your skin is feeling dry using a lotion, serum, oil, or hydrating gel, to replenish its hydration. 

4. Vitamin C skin products 

When you’re buying topical skincare treatments, some ingredients will give you a more even skin tone. One of the best ingredients for this is vitamin C, which has a brightening effect 

5. Use a face mask 

Face masks can instantly plump your skin and give it a boost, so they’re great before a special event. Go for a hydrating or brightening face mask, or you can make your own using natural ingredients like honey, ginger, berries, and oatmeal. 

6. Hyaluronic acid products

If your usual moisturizer isn’t working as well as you had hoped, look for products with hyaluronic acid. It’s super-hydrating and will give your skin a healthy glow. 

7. Face massage 

Not only is facial massage amazing for relaxation, it can also improve circulation and make your skin look more vibrant. A few upward and downward strokes should be enough to see an effect. 

8. Eat the right foods 

The food you eat can have a huge effect on your skin. Make sure you eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, especially berries, citrus fruits, and green vegetables. 

9. Drink more water 

Proper hydration is also essential for health and is directly related to your skin. Aim for at least eight glasses of water a day to make sure your skin is healthy and glowing. 

10. Exercise 

Your circulation will also have an impact on how good your skin looks. Regular exercise can improve blood circulation, and this can help you look more radiant. 

11. Apply daily SPF 

Exposure to UV damage is one of the most damaging things for your skin. It can cause visible signs of aging and dull looking skin. To avoid this, make sure you wear a daily SPF. 

12. Get more sleep 

Lastly, getting enough sleep helps to prevent stress and promotes better healing. This can benefit your skin, so make sure you aim for at least eight hours each night.

20 Best Foods for Hair Growth

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  1. Eggs

  2. Berries

  3. Fatty fish

  4. Avocados

  5. Nuts

  6. Shrimps

  7. Cruciferous vegetables

  8. Pumpkin seeds

  9. Seaweed

  10. Greek yogurt

  11. Spinach

  12. Guava

  13. Iron-fortified cereal

  14. Almond butter

  15. Citrus fruits

  16. Spirulina

  17. Kiwi

  18. Asparagus

  19. Carrots

  20. Oysters