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Exfoliate, Hydrate for Glowing Skin

by Sheela Philomena on June 2, 2013 at 9:51 AM
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 Exfoliate, Hydrate for Glowing Skin

For glowing and younger looking skin, exfoliate the skin with a scrub and hydrate with a lotion, say experts.

Dead cells can be knocked off to get radiant skin by following few basic steps religiously, says Manoj Khanna of Enhance Cosmetic and Aesthetic Studio.

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Exfoliate your body: It's very important to exfoliate your skin. No matter how much lotion you use, you're never going to have glowing skin if you don't exfoliate. Grab a body scrub and hit the shower. Gently rub your exfoliator in circular movements on your entire body from the shoulders down and rinse clean. Continue to do this two- three times a week for year-round beautiful skin.

Go for fresh sunscreen: Throw away last year's unused sunscreen for a new bottle. Buy a new sunscreen that has Ultraviolet aging and Ultraviolet burning products and comes in SPF 30 and SPF 70. Reapply every one to two hours that you are in the sun to ensure a summer full of safe sun fun.
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Hydrate your body with a summer-scented lotion: Find a fruity summery lotion, which is light and fast absorbing. Gels and purees are perfect fast absorbers. Make sure you apply it right after you dry off from your shower.

Don't forget your feet: Winter boots have long since been packed away; it's sandal season ladies! Either go and get a pedicure, or give yourself an at-home pedicure. Scrub off the dead dry skin to reveal your sandal ready feet. Keep a foot scrub and file in your shower, and scrub your feet a few times a week.

Avoid makeup: During summer, less makeup is best. If you intend to use foundation, then also apply face powder with SPF to avoid patchy skin. To protect your lips, always use a gloss or a lip balm with an SPF 15 to make them feel fresh. Avoid eye makeup in summer.

Source: IANS
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