Revitalizing Oneself for a Youthful Glow

Having a youthful glow is every person’s dream, especially when they start approaching their prime years. Maintaining a youthful glow might be a bit challenging, and especially due to poor skin care practices, sometimes one ends up with dull and tired skin. An unhealthy skin makes one look older than their actual age, while a youthful glow does the exact opposite. A healthy glow is not as hard to achieve as many people think, but consistency is very important. It is evident that people value their appearance and many, especially ladies, put in some effort to look their best. Some of the common things that cause dull skin include stress, dehydration, insufficient sleep, change of environment, smoking, overdone makeup, unhealthy lifestyle behaviours, and ageing, which brings with it the loss of elasticity. But if you’re looking for ways to revitalize and achieve that youthful glow, this piece is for you. Here are some tips you want to have on your fingertips.


Mind your foods and drinks

Healthy foods that provide important nutrients for healthy skin growth include fruits such as avocado, mangoes, and passion fruit; and whole grains and vegetables such as broccoli spinach, which comprise of a balanced diet that helps in cell replication. Processed foods and low-nutrient foods are to be avoided, as they accelerate ageing and cause skin dryness. Including healthy fats such as avocados, olive oil, and nuts into your diet is good for your skin as well. Additionally, you will want to drink enough water, which should be eight glasses on the minimum a day as recommended by doctors and nutritional experts. Water helps to get rid of impurities in the body, which might interfere with your glow if not eliminated. Other important fluids to take are green tea and vegetable juice. Avoid alcohol at all costs, as it is a potential toxin with a limited nutrient value that does more harm than good to your skin.


Get enough sleep

Sleep allows your body to revitalize. Quality time for sufficient and quality sleep ranges from seven to nine hours as recommended by experts. Bodies recharge, restore, and heal during sleep. Sometimes we get too busy with our day-to-day life activities that we forget the importance of taking proper care of ourselves. We end up sleeping for fewer hours. And unbeknownst to many, less sleep means less youthful glow.


Moisturize and use of oil

Dry skin looks pretty much unhealthy and can lead to itching and dry patches. Often apply lotions and creams that have natural anti-ageing properties. Moisturizers keep your skin hydrated and allow oxygen penetration.


Get a facial treatment

Ever wondered what the most popular divas, socialites, and celebrities who never seem to get old do to maintain their youthful looks? If you guessed right, you definitely thought about facial treatments for a moment. There are many kinds of facial treatments depending on what it is that you’re looking for exactly. According to experts, some of them are surgical, whereas some of them are non-invasive. The most common ones include injectables like botox treatment, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, and anti-ageing treatments, just to mention a few. Kim Knox from Reveal Your Radiance ( says that more and more people are opting for dermal fillers over Botox because they last longer and are more affordable. The best facial treatment for you will depend on the current status of your facial skin as well as your preferences.  



Exercise is good for your body. Exercise is beneficial to your skin and can get you that youthful glow you’re looking for. During exercise, blood flow is increased, which nourishes skin cells by circulating nutrients and oxygen to the various cells of the body, including the skin cells. Swimming, yoga, running, and cycling are some of the exercises that can help in attaining a youthful glow. Exercise reduces stress levels, therefore reducing wrinkles. Sweating, which occurs during intense exercise, expels dirt, toxins, and oils, leaving the skin clean and revitalized.


Minimize sun exposure

Sun is known to provide vitamin D, which is quite essential in our bodies. However, too much sun damages the skin. Sunburns are a major cause of wrinkles and age spots, and can even later result in skin cancer. Sometimes one can spend a lot of time in the open. In such instances, it is advisable to use sunscreen for skin protection.


Skin is an important and largest organ of the body. However, it also arguably doubles up as the most neglected organ by many. It protects the inner organs from any harm but that does not mean that it should not be taken care of. It is not bulletproof either. When we put effort and have time to look after our skin there is a high possibility that we will maintain and attain a youthful glow. With proper skin care measure, you can get people surprised when you mention your age because you look younger than they expect. A youthful glow is the best foundation a person can wear… and what’s better than feeling good in your own skin?  


Jessica Alexander

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