We all want to look as beautiful as possible, and if there is a way to do so naturally, all the better. Everywhere you look, you are bombarded with advertisements telling you the best way to make yourself look amazing, but few of them use natural ingredients or help to emphasize your existing qualities. Here is a list of five essential ways to enhance your natural beauty.
Use Castor Oil
Keeping hair shiny and natural looking is a must for anyone who wants to make the most of their natural beauty. There are a million products that claim to do it, but few of them use natural ingredients. Castor oil promotes hair growth and gives natural nourishment, supporting your hair, skin, eyelashes, eyebrows, lips and nails. A natural castor oil hair growth product is an excellent, natural way to give your hair and other parts of your body vital nutrients.
Get Plenty of Rest
She wasn’t called Sleeping Beauty for nothing. Sleep helps to make you look younger and more alive. While you are sleeping, your skin rejuvenates itself making you look more rejuvenated when you are awake. Ensure you get proper sleep and stop spending hours looking at your phone before bed. Also avoid caffeinated drinks and try to take a warm bath using aromatherapy oils before settling down.
Exfoliate Before Moisturizing
You’re always told to moisturize your skin to keep it looking fresh and hydrated, but if you haven’t exfoliated first, it’s probably not worth it. Dead cells sit at the top of your skin as new ones are produced, and being the ones at the top, they are the cells that are visible. The best way to get rid of these dead cells is to exfoliate your skin and remove them before moisturizing. This way the new, fresh skin cells are getting moisture rather than the dead ones.
Protect Your Skin
Wearing sun cream is the obvious way to protect your skin when it’s hot, and you should never leave home without applying a thin layer to all areas of your skin that are exposed. That tan might look good for the moment, but you will regret spending too long in the sun as your skin starts to age prematurely. Think you don’t have to wear sunscreen in winter? The truth is that, even when it’s cold, the weather can still affect your skin. Harsh winds can leave your skin looking red and dry. We also turn the heating on during the winter to keep warm and forget that this can cause the skin to dry out. The lesson here is to protect your skin whatever the weather.
Eat Well and Hydrate
No doubt someone has told you to eat your five a day when it comes to fruit and vegetables. It’s easy to dismiss as it has become almost a cliché, but fruit and vegetables contain vital nutrients that will make your skin glow. Drink plenty of water to help rid your body of toxins and give your skin more elasticity.