2. Exercise Regularly
Regular physical activity is also a plus when it comes to a glowing visage. Exercise encourages better blood circulation, which in turn sends more oxygen and nutrient-rich blood to the surface of your skin, translating in a radiant glow. Exercise also increases collagen and HGH (Human Growth Hormone) production to slow the affects of aging.
3. Get A Good Night’s Sleep
There is truth to the term “beauty sleep.” When you make it a point to get 8 hours of sleep each night you’re not only ensuring you’ll wake energized and focused; you’re also banishing the visual affects of inadequate sleep—including dark circles, puffy eyes, sallow skin, and a dull complexion.
4. Get Busy
Getting intimate with your mate a few times each week not only keeps your relationship healthy—it can take years off your life. But don’t take my word for it, trust the experts, like Dr. David Weeks, the former Dean of Age Psychology at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital. He attributes getting busy with increased production of HGH hormones, which rebuild collagen and elastin and make you appear younger.
5. Moisturize Morning & Night
Sure you can drink water, but an additional way to infuse your skin with moisture is to apply a daily moisturizer—in the morning and before bedtime. Make washing, toning, and moisturizing your face a part of your daily regime for smoother-looking, glowing skin. And if you’re in your 30s, choose a product containing anti-wrinkle ingredients—like collagen, antioxidants, retinoids, and vitamin E.