How to have bright glowing skin for your Valentine’s Day date

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Got a hot date lined up for Valentine’s Day? Whether you do or not, it’s a day you deserve to look divine. Ladies, we know by now that small, incremental habits can make the world of difference to how we feel… like working out, eating well, beauty maintenance, and having glowing skin.

Oh, there’s nothing quite like a clear, glowing complexion. You can wear less makeup, as there’s no need to cover up bad skin. That way you carry yourself, with natural confidence.

You know what we’re talking about, because you notice it, too.

Oh, she has great glowing skin!

Great skin in 5 days. Your Valentine’s Day prep.

Day 1: Invest in quality skincare

Let’s start with the most important point; your skin serum. Regardless of how great your skin already is, it needs a rejuvenating cream that approaches ageing systematically.

Just in case you’re thinking, I’m too young for an anti-wrinkle cream, hang on, honey. A moisturiser like this Skin Serum creates an instant glow (while it ‘works all day’ reducing fine lines and wrinkles) thanks to its fruit extracts.

Trust us, you’re NEVER too young (or old) for this cream.

Day 2: Drink a lot of water

This one’s an easy one to naturally encourage glowing skin, and you might already be doing it. Up your H2O to three litres a day and get your skin nice and clear for Valentine’s Day (before you get that ‘I ate too much chocolate’ complexion).

Day 3: Meditate in the morning

You’ll want to make this one a habit to reduce your stress (and cortisol producing excess oil on your skin). No one wants adult acne, especially on a date. You could be doing everything right, diet and skincare-wise, but your mental and emotional health impacts the quality of your skin. Namaste!

Day 4: Eat these foods!

A quick Google search will give you a long-list of foods that your skin loooovvves. Add tomato, avocado, walnuts, sweet potato, salmon, carrots, blueberries, eggs and red wine (yippee) to your shopping list, pre-date. These foods aid healthy skin, and we don’t need to tell you they’re delicious. Wine, hello?

Day 5: A sweaty sauna session. 

You know the toxin-releasing power of a good workout. But do you know about sauna therapy? Get ready to be blown away but the health-benefiting statistics, including what it does for the skin.

Saunas stimulate the sebaceous glands, which encourages the natural moisturising and lubricating processes. It keeps the skin in great shape, making it visibly healthier and glowing. It’s that sun glow, in 15 minutes.

We can already picture you with glowing skin, on your date. He or she is very lucky!

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