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Looking good means more than having a nice outfit, it means having healthy skin that is bright and radiant. As your body’s largest organ, your skin requires tender care to stay healthy. Here are a few tips to keeping your skin beautiful that you can do every day.

Get Hydrated

The average adult skin contains 64% water.[1] So keeping your skin hydrated is extremely important. Hydration starts from the inside out so try to drink six to eight glasses of water a day. If you cannot stand plain water, try coconut water instead—it is naturally sweet and full of nutrients anyway.


Having a moisturizing routine can help keep your skin stay hydrated, so choosing a daily moisturizer that balances the level of water within the skin will pay off.

Wear Sunscreen

While some might find it annoying to wear sunscreen, protecting your skin from sun damage will make you feel better at the end of the day (when you have avoided that sunburn) and in the long term. Wearing SPF 15 or higher every day helps prevent sunburn, wrinkles, and skin cancer.

Snack on Citrus

Sometimes your skin needs a little detox and snacking on citric foods can easily remedy that. Doing something as simple as including lemons in your diet supports your liver and kidneys, and promoting the health of those organs has been found to lead to glowing skin. Also, including Vitamin C-rich foods such as oranges can help prevent wrinkles, plus, they taste so good!

Do not be Afraid of Chocolate

Chocolate, and dark chocolate especially, is full of antioxidants that help protect your skin, and having a small piece everyday sends happy feelings to your brain that make you glow on the outside.


Exfoliating does wonders for dull skin and best of all, the results are visible immediately. Use a face scrub with round beads to scrub off dead skin cells, and glowing skin will shine through from underneath. Do not go overboard though—exfoliating more than twice a week can cause irritation.


Taking care of your skin does not have to be tedious. Just stick to a simple pampering routine and a good diet to nourish from within—your skin will thank you.


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