Beauty Tips

The 6 Steps to Natural Glowing Summer Skin

glowing summer skin

Complexion perfection requires regular skin maintenance, and that all-important natural glowing summer skin is no different. Read on for my top beauty tips on how to achieve that natural glow this summer.

1. Polish

It's imperative to exfoliate 2-3 times per week to buff away dead skin cells and dirt for brighter skin. Incorporate Konjac Facial Sponges into your daily routine to accelerate exfoliation for a deeper, gentle scrub.

2. Hydrate

Hydrated skin is healthy, younger-looking, plumper, and radiant skin! Feast on foods rich in water like watermelon and cucumber, and add fresh fruits to your water to help up your hydration levels. Squalene, an ingredient found in Lumière de Vie® Serum Concentrate, acts as a lubricant on the skin's surface to help your skin maintain a smoother, softer, and plumper appearance.

3. Treat

The facelift cupping massage is big beauty news this year due to its ability to stimulate tissue deep beneath the skin's surface for a firmer, plumper, dewy complexion. Using face masks are a great way to deeply nourish your skin for instant rejuvenation. Remember to double cleanse to remove every trace of sunscreen, sweat, and other skin sins commonly made during the summer.

4. Fake It (Naturally)

We are all aware by now that the sun is our worst enemy when it comes to premature skin aging. Try an organic face tanner that gives you a gorgeous glow all year round.

5. Transition

Your skin has diverse demands during different seasons. Your summer skincare should focus on repairing damaged and dehydrated skin while cocooning against further sun damage.

6. Eat Pretty

Step up your diet and feast on antioxidant-rich foods. Watermelon, for example, is high in lycopene, which can help protect the skin from sunburn. Chia seeds are a skin superhero that helps keep the skin foundation healthy, while ginger can soothe skin from the inside out.

What are your skin secrets to nail glowing summer skin? Tweet me @lorenridinger.