If your daily grind is getting the better of you, it might show from the look of your skin. Aging is nothing to be ashamed of, nor should it be hidden away like a dirty secret - but many people feel self conscious when their skin looks dull or a little tired. We all want our health and vitality to shine through in every possible way; this includes our skin. Whether you are a certified skincare connoisseur or you don’t have much interest in the topic, today we are going to tell you how to revitalize tired skin.
It’s Not All About Skincare
Although high quality skincare is an excellent resource for keeping your face glowing and beautiful, it is not the only factor that will help. In fact, skincare can only do so much if you are not also working in other ways to help your skin out too.
So how can you help your skin aside from a good skincare routine? Firstly, make sure you are hydrated. It cannot be understated how much of a difference water makes to the quality of your skin. Hydration leads to your skin improving in its elasticity and plumpness, reducing the appearance of sagging or wrinkling. On top of this, vitamins such as Vitamin E will greatly benefit your skin too.
Treating Yourself To Expert Care
If your skin needs an extra pick-me-up, consider expert treatments to stimulate your skin. If your skin is not stimulated enough, dead skin cells can remain on your skin and cause blemishes. Treatments such as microneedling gives a boost to your skin by inducing the natural production of collagen and elastin, which both improve the youthful appearance of your skin. Once in a while, it is always worth seeing an expert to see how your skin could be improved with specialist treatments.
Jade or Rose Quartz Roller
You may have seen these rollers pop up on your social media, but do they actually work? Jade and rose quartz face rollers, or massagers, are used daily to provide a cool, firm massage to your skin and face muscles. They are said to boost circulation to your face which promotes healing and reduces sagging, as well as to relax the muscles in your face which can become tense and cause wrinkling and headaches.
These rollers are relatively inexpensive and feel beautiful on your skin. Some people even keep theirs in the fridge for an extra cool-down effect when applied to the skin.
You might not see the connection between improved sleep and improved skin, but there definitely is one! Sleeping for seven to nine hours per night in a cool, well ventilated room can help your body rest and heal itself on a daily basis. Your skin can be allowed to breathe without being touched, scratched, or coming into contact with dirt. Plus, good sleep reduces dark bags under your eyes and generally improves your appearance and feelings when the morning comes around!