Beauty Tips For Face Brightening

It is no longer a surprise that seasonal changes affect our skin in different ways, all depending on our skin types. We don’t all have time for makeup or just want to look natural. 

So in this blog I have put together some tips to help brighten your skin  and tips for different skin types.


Get Rid of Dead Skin


Residues that accumulate on your epidermis, such as dead skin, can cause an uneven surface. This in turn will cause light to be reflected poorly. To get smooth skin, gently exfoliate once or twice a week. Another good reason to get rid of residues: the products you apply after you exfoliate will be better absorbed, making them much more efficient


Eat Foods Rich in Beta-Carotene


For a glowing complexion, make sure to eat plenty of foods that contain carotene such as carrots, papaya or mango. Beta-carotene has the power to fortify your skin and make it radiant. Not a fan of these foods? Consider adding them to juice or a freshly made smoothie.


Oily Skin


People with oily skin have been living with one misconception for a very long time. And that is oily skin doesn’t need moisturization. Just because the skin generates excess oils doesn’t mean that it is receiving sufficient nourishment. Always make sure you moisturize as required, especially in winters, as the skin tends to dry out then. 

Oily skin is a magnet for dirt and the addition of sweat to the equation during the summers only makes it easier for infections to find a foothold. So, cleanse regularly and tone too. This will ensure that the dirt is removed and the pores are closed.


Dry Skin


The most important thing for this type of skin is moisturization. Your skin is dry by default and the dryness in the air can only make matters worse. So make sure that during all seasons you have that bottle of favorite moisturizer at hand and keep your skin hydrated.


Combination Skin


Since combination skin comes with the troubles of both skin types, the key is to keep the skin clean, pores closed, and skin hydrated. These are the requirements for both skin types. So, it is all about finding the right balance.