I get asked “How Can I Get Radiant Looking Skin?” quite a bit… this is probably because as we age, our skin can become dull and sallow, due to a variety of reasons. That youthful glow that we used to take for granted doesn’t come as naturally as when we were younger. The good news is, radiant looking skin can be had, no matter what your age!
Now for the good news – there are ways to get radiant looking skin! Watch my “Ask Denise: How Can I Get Radiant Looking Skin?” video for insight on how to moisturize, de-puff and more. Anyone can use these tips, no matter what your age! And don’t forget the importance of regular exercise and healthy, anti-inflammatory foods and the role they can play in radiant looking skin… try my Stop The Clock Fitness and Nutrition Guides for everything you need!
Let’s get fitter, together – inside and out,
A lot of you’ve been asking me about my skin care, how to take good care skin. Well, it all starts with a good night rest. I promise you, I know some of us have our night’s sleep, but guess what? Rest is so important and I do take a couple times a week, a little neck, even if it’s for 10 minutes. It really helps to relax your face muscles. Then also hydration, drinking lots of water truly does help. We need to stay hydrated. It helps plump up the skin and keeps it nice and glowing. Also, exercise is one of the best ways for good skin care. I truly believe in that because it gets the blood circulation to the skin and gives you the vitamins your body needs right in the skin. Also, I love to put on coconut oil all through my body before I go to bed.
I place it all over and that helps too. Also, any of you have any puffy eyes in the morning? All I do is get a spoon. I keep it in the freezer at night and then the morning I just press it right here underneath my eyes or on top of my eyes and it really does help. So does eating good, healthy vegetables and fruits, they have a lot of water in it too. So this will help you too. And less sugar. Okay. You guys. So stay healthy, have nice healthy skin and get a good night and rest.