2019 has officially arrived and with the arrival of a New Year comes an array of New Year’s Resolutions.
While we love making resolutions and then reassessing at the end of the year to see how far we have come, we have to say that some resolutions are a little unrealistic and can leave you feeling pretty down on yourself if you don’t stick to them. Hitting the gym every day seems to be one of the top resolutions, however, this can be hard to stick to. Instead, focus on slowly becoming more active each day. Take steady steps towards your goal and you’ll feel much happier and far more confident.
Or why not forget the fitness resolutions for now and try something a little new? Why not make a few resolutions where your skin and beauty regime is involved?
In this article, we’ll share 4 very realistic beauty goals that can have a dramatic impact on your skin and leave your skin better than it has ever been!
BE GENTLE WITH YOUR SKIN
Gentle seems to be the theme word of the year, and this should trickle into your beauty routine too. Stop over-cleansing and over-exfoliating and pay attention to what your skin really needs.
Try an oil-based cleanser that won’t strip your skin and make it a habit to never leave the house without a good slathering of oil.
When you’re gentle with your skin it will start to show the results you have been waiting for by glowing with youthful radiance
TAKE AN INSIDE-OUT HOLISTIC APPROACH TO IMPROVING YOUR SKIN
Good skin starts on the inside, end of story.
You can’t use quality products and then eat a terrible diet and expect your skin to glow and never break out.
Try and make healthier choices this year, not only for beautiful skin but for your mental and physical health too.
Aim for leafy greens, veggies, fruit, nuts and seeds, and oily fish for happy, hydrated skin from the inside out!
INVEST IN NATURAL, HIGH QUALITY PRODUCTS
Say adios to those conventional products once and for all and start treating your skin to real nutrients that will provide long-term benefits, rather than a temporary “quick fix.”