1. Cut down on your alcohol intake as it can negatively influence your skin preventing you from achieving glowing skin
Alcohol can reduce levels of Vitamin A in your body, an antioxidant which is important for collagen production by protecting against free radicals, to keep your skin firm and smooth. Vitamin A also promotes healthy skin cell production – so if you decrease your intake of alcohol it will be incredibly beneficial for achieving glowing skin.
2. Make sure you're getting enough sleep – skin needs to renew as you sleep if you want to achieve glowing skin
Sleeping at least 7-8 hours per night is great for your skin as new collagen can be made, to renew your supply and firm up your skin while also allowing the dark circles to become smaller. Sleep also allows for better circulation around your face, enabling for glowing skin that looks fresh and bright.
3. Avoid very hot showers as they might dry out your skin
Exchange your hot, scalding showers for warm water, which is much kinder to your skin and doesn't strip your skin of it's natural oils like hot water does. Your skin needs to maintain these oils to provide a protective barrier as well as boost radiance.