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How to regain a healthy glow


How to regain a healthy glow

Healthy, glowing skin is covetable but it can be difficult to recapture that youthful element to the skin once it’s no longer there naturally. There is more than one solution to regaining your glow, and choosing comes down to personal preference.

Eat your way

Your skin is your body’s largest organ, and you can often get out what you put in. When skin becomes dull or discoloured, the chances are your diet might be to blame. Dulling of the skin can sometimes be linked to poor nutrition, and is usually solved simply by eating a healthy and balanced diet. Trying to drink at least 1-2 litres of water and having at least five portions of fruit and veg every day is a great place to start. What’s more, you won’t only see improvements in your skin and appearance, but in your energy levels and general wellbeing, too.

Fake your way

A healthy glow is readily associated with sun-kissed skin, but it’s no secret that too much sun exposure can really damage not just your skin, but your overall health. One way to give the illusion of glowing skin is to use fake tan. Although fake tan has a bit of a ‘reputation’, the formulas and technologies have advanced in recent years, and if you pick the right product, you can achieve even, natural results. It comes in a wide range of strengths and price-ranges too, making it accessible to almost everyone – the spray tan has long been the secret behind many celebrities’ red carpet glow. Whether a more subtle touch of sun is for you, or you want to look like you’ve spent two weeks in the Seychelles, fake tan can help you look glowing.

Make Your Way

And if you don’t want to deny yourself that piece of chocolate cake or commit yourself to dark bedding to hide your fake tan shame, you could consider a cosmetic treatment. My Cell PRP is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure that tackles the dulling of the skin and leave patients looking radiant and youthful, all using only natural ingredients already found in the body. Plasma and platelets are extracted from the patient’s blood via a small blood sample, and combined with natural ingredients like omega 3, then injected back into the skin, creating a natural glow.

Dr. Thevendra of Apsaras cosmetic practice, a cosmetic doctor who specialises in non-surgical cosmetic treatments like PRP treatment said:

“My Cell PRP promotes better blood circulation to the facial tissue and boosts the production of collagen, which helps give patients a healthy, youthful glow. It also provides patients with a safe way to achieve healthy looking skin, because it is an all natural solution. PRP treatment is becoming one of my most popular treatments, which makes sense, because it combines the results of a cosmetic treatment with 100% natural makeup that leaves patients feeling safe and assured of the best results.”