5 Skincare Problems Solved

In a world where we have stressful and busy lives, our skin often takes the brunt, which can leave you feeling unhappy with your complexion. Do not fret, with a few lifestyle changes like keeping hydrated and by using easy tips for dull and dry skin, you can be back to looking radiant in no time!


The most common skincare question I am asked is "How do I get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes?" The first and most important lifestyle change you should make, to vanquish those tired looking eyes, is by getting some beauty sleep! That’s right, a minimum of 8 hours sleep will not only make you feel happier and alert, but your eyes will look brighter. As well as sleep, try updating your skincare routine. The Perfect Skin Wide Awake Eye Cream is a great way of waking up your tired eyes, as it hydrates, smooths and brightens your eyes whilst getting you ready for the day ahead. My top tip is to keep it in the fridge; the cooling sensation will enhance the micro-circulation under your eyes, making sure those puffy eyes are kept at bay.


The key to getting a natural glow is hydration, which you can achieve by getting your 2+ litres of water a day. Not a fan of water? Try changing it up with herbal teas, such as chamomile, green tea or rooibos. And while you are hydrating in the day, at bedtime you should use an overnight mask like Avon’s Hydra Recovery Overnight Mask with encapsulated hyaluronic acid. This will work to penetrate the layers of your skin, boosting hydration to reveal smoother, more radiant skin.


Unfortunately, as we age our skin starts to reveal fine lines and wrinkles. In order to keep our skin at its best, it’s important to regularly exfoliate using a product formulated with glycolic acid, such as Avon’s Clinical Even Texture & Tone Advanced Resurfacing Peel. These glycolic acid pads can be used 2-3 times a week and work to remove any dead skin cells to reveal a more radiant complexion. They’re also super-easy to use, with no need for rinsing.


I wish this wasn't true! When you are closer to 30 than 18 and you are still getting spots you start to question: what is life? Whether you have a dry, oily or combination skin you may find that a few lifestyle changes can benefit your spot prone skin. Start by incorporating more zinc and fish oils into your diet with foods like meat, nuts and wholegrain, which can help to reduce the risk of an outbreak. On top of your diet, adjust your routine and start using products like Perfectly Purifying Dead Sea Mineral Face Mask, which are great for cleansing spot prone skin.


Tired of dark spots? Put a stop to them by following sun-safety rules and regularly using sunscreen – even on cloudy days. If you can’t seem to get rid of the darker areas on your face, try using Avon’s Clinical Even Texture & Tone Dark Spot Targeted Treatment Serum. It works to neutralise dark spots and uneven skin tone, leaving you with a smoother and more even complexion. Who needs foundation, right?

Once you’ve included these tips and products into your routine, I’m sure you will LOVE the results and once again feel confident in your own skin.

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