How To Make Your Skin Glow According To Science
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By ANJANA RAJBHANDARY
While there are many makeup products like highlighters and tinted moisturizers that give your face a dewy glow, nothing can beat the natural glow that comes from a good skincare. Try to make these positive lifestyle changes that scientists recommend in order to achieve radiant, glowing skin.
Good Housekeeping Beauty Lab Chemist Danusia Wnek recommends vitamin C serums, which can brighten your skin and decrease dark spots while adding a “youthful glow.” Also, a study published in the National Library of Medicine found that tretinoin, a prescription-strength form of Vitamin A, gave users a "rosy glow."
Fruits and vegetables like blueberries, which contain antioxidants, are great for your skin and can create a glowing complexion. Tomatoes also contain a nutrient called lycopene that helps increase collagen production, and citrus fruits and broccoli strengthen your skin barrier and protect your skin against sun damage.
Water is just as important as food; dehydrated skin can be dull and flaky, so make sure to drink at least eight glasses of water a day for hydrated, glowy skin. Dermatologist Francesca Fusco, MD, also says that your skin repairs itself while you sleep, so getting at least seven or eight hours of rest a night will make you look more radiant and youthful.