2. Apply a Mask
There are many masks that you can buy that address the problems with your skin. If you are breaking out, you may need a calming antibacterial mask, or if you have dry patchy skin, then pick one up that has stem cells that hydrate and plump. There are even masks that target multiple problem areas at the same time.
You may already have a face cream that you apply, but there is a difference between face creams and serums. Serums are light, fast-absorbing liquids that include anti-aging ingredients, antioxidants, and skin brighteners. Vargas recommends the Joanna Vargas Daily Serum, which is rich in chlorophyll, fatty acids, and vitamins A, C, and E.
4. Eat Fruits and Veggies
When you don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables, it shows on your skin. If your skin is losing radiance, it might be time to eat more fruits and vegetables. These are packed with vitamin A and C, that increase collagen production, which is what keeps your skin looking firm and glowy. Green vegetables like spinach are loaded with antioxidants which help reduce wrinkles.