Organic Skincare and Makeup Routine Tips for Healthy, Glowing Skin

Whether it’s winter right around the corner or summer emerging, you can expect your skin to hop onto a rollercoaster ride of dryness and dullness or over shiny oiliness that will have you desperately searching for products that can effectively restore its radiance and glow.

Your best move? Find the right organic skincare and makeup must-haves that can help bring back the natural youthfulness of your skin and bring out the features that you love the most. Because let’s face it — nothing will be as good for your skin as all-natural, good-for-you skincare products are, and organic is certainly the only way to go.

Ready to show the world your beautiful, healthy glowing skin? Just follow these simple steps:

1. Remember to exfoliate dry skin

You don’t have to pick out a heavy-duty scrub and proceed to slough off your skin every single day. The key is to keep in mind that dead skin cells can accumulate on your face if you skip exfoliating, and these can make your skin look old, dry and dull. Pick a [easyazon_link identifier=”B00MUEQR2O” locale=”US” nw=”y” nf=”y” tag=”freshfaceclub-20″ cart=”y” cloak=”y” localize=”y” popups=”y”]mild exfoliant[/easyazon_link] that you can use a few days each week, as well as one stronger one that you can add to your routine every few weeks.

2. Keep your skin hydrated with moisturizers

As expected, dry skin won’t have the rosy, dewy look that healthy and supple skin does, so in the colder months or simply whenever your skin feels extra dry, it’s best to have a potent moisturizer on hand. Choose organic moisturizers made with wholesome natural ingredients that will help your skin lock in valuable moisture so that it can stay lush and glowing all day long.

3. Help your face shimmer with makeup

If you’ve got your cleansing, exfoliating and moisturizing routine down pat, you can consider the wide range of makeup products that can help you recreate even more of that coveted glow while you’re out and about all day. For this purpose, highlighters would be a good bet — they come in powder and cream variants, in a number of different hues so you can pick from among peachy, silvery or whitish tones to help introduce the shimmer you love that works best with your skin tone.

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4. Plump up those lips

Lips easily get chapped (during the colder months especially), so make sure to regularly exfoliate your lips using a homemade scrub (many swear by scrubs made with olive oil, sugar and honey) or even a toothbrush, using gentle strokes. Afterwards, hydrate your lips by applying your preferred balm, and then top it all off with a shiny, moisturizing gloss.

5. Make your eyes pop (with color)

You’re sure to find plenty of eyeshadow palettes out there with just the right amount of shimmer to help your eyes really stand out. Here’s a tip: Apply your [easyazon_link identifier=”B00OD2F9FW” locale=”US” nw=”y” nf=”y” tag=”freshfaceclub-20″ cart=”y” cloak=”y” localize=”y” popups=”y”]eyeshadow[/easyazon_link] wet to draw more attention to your peepers, and remember to add color to the inner and outer corners of your eyes to make them look really open and awake.

6. Help your hands shine bright

Lastly, to complete your routine for glowing skin and attention-commanding (yet healthy-looking) shine, paint your nails with a high-gloss polish. Select a metallic polish in your favorite color and complement your natural glowing face with effortlessly shimmering nails.

With the right organic products for dry skin, you can maintain that vibrant, youthful look no matter how extreme the weather may be.

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