Disclaimer: Your will blush after knowing these natural cheek care tips that we’re about to share with you. 🙂
One’s makeup for a regular day at work, an evening night out with friends, or a special occasion isn’t complete without applying blush on your cheeks. Having dewy and flushed cheeks is a sign of good health and fertility and it makes a woman more attractive to other people.
If that’s the case, can you wear that healthy pink glow without applying unnatural cosmetic products on your face?
OF COURSE, YOU CAN!
To help you out, we gathered a few easy tips which bring out your skin’s natural glow and lasting blush effect:
Pamper yourself with a Facial Massage
Trust us, spending an extra five minutes in front of the mirror to massage your face makes a world of difference in your skin care routine. It’s because a facial massage promotes good blood circulation. The trick is to target various sections of the face—from your forehead and down to your cheeks and jaw. Apply light pressure from your palm and fingers as you do. For best results, massage your face with oil. Try the Katfood I’m in Love with the Coconut Oil. Put five drops of it on your hand and rub them together. Using your fingers, massage your cheeks from your nose to your hairline. Then glide your palm from your ears down to the neck. Do this in delicate, feather-like movements every day for two weeks and you’ll see your luminous glow.
With proper exercise, your body flushes out all the toxins and improves your blood circulation. That means your cells receive the right nutrients and Oxygen to function. As we all know, healthy cells mean healthy skin with a rosy glow. So, don’t skip exercise! Workout outdoors for you to get enough Vitamin D from the sun. 🌞
Set aside those sugary sports drink after you exercise. Replenish the lost liquids in your body with water! It’s important to drink six to eight glasses of water every day to keep your body hydrated and to help flush out toxins. In addition, water will help to keep your lips and mouth moist and soft. At night, wash your face with lukewarm water as it constricts blood vessels and improves blood circulation in your face. This temperature of the water will still open up your pores and eliminate the skin’s unnatural redness. The healthy pink glow follows!
Exfoliate your Skin
Forgetting to exfoliate leaves the dead skin cells hanging around for a long time, making you look dull and drab. Make sure that you exfoliate twice a week if you have normal skin and once a week if you have sensitive skin. Choose a mild product such as the Alpha-H Gentle Daily Exfoliant in order to eliminate the dead cells without abrasion. When the new, healthy cells take their place, you’ll see your nourished, soft skin glow. 🙂
Use Aloe Vera Gel
The Aloe Vera gel—colourless, slimy gel still possess exceptionally wonder nutrients, vitamins, amino acids, minerals and enzymes found in the plant. It’s an antioxidant and it frees your skin from acne and pimple problems. The Jeju Moisture Aloe Soothing Gel from Blumei revitalises your skin, leaving you with a pinkish, white glow. Apply this gel to your face, let it dry, and rinse off with lukewarm water. Get a mirror and see the noticeable glow on your cheeks!
Have a Proper Diet
If you want to achieve natural rosy cheeks, never take your nutrition for granted. Follow a balanced diet plan and stay away from the tempting junk food! Include small portions of carrots, cantaloupe, apricots, sweet potatoes and peaches on your meal for these have carotenoids which give you the right glow. You won’t look pale and unenergetic if you eat these carotenoid-rich fruits and vegetables.
Drink Beetroot Juice
Beets are one of the healthiest vegetables you can juice. It contains vitamins and minerals such as Vitamins C, B6, folate, manganese, betaine, and potassium. This red veggie from the same family as spinach and chard is also rich in fibre and antioxidants. For better nutrient absorption, drink half a glass of beetroot juice before your meal. The antioxidants in beets neutralize free radicals and protect the skin. At the same time, the lycopene in the juice helps to keep the skin elastic while shielding it from the sun. You can also use it as a mask. If you can’t find masks with beetroot extracts, make your own. Some people like to DIY their mask in order to save money and personalise their skincare routine.