4 daily habits for glowing skin
The simple steps you should be adding to your routine now
We’re big believers in healthy skin coming from within. That’s why we’re breaking down exactly how to create the ultimate glow from the inside out - just in time for summer.
Long term benefits don’t happen through quick fixes, our 6 simple steps require consistency to provide results…
Taking a Collagen supplement
The ultimate elixir for a healthy glow, collagen is one your skin’s major building blocks known for keeping things plump and bouncy. Around the age of 25, the body’s natural collagen supplies begin to deplete, and by the age of 50 the body has lost around 50% of its natural supply - resulting in dull, lifeless skin.
A liquid collagen supplement will help to replenish your body’s natural source and restore youth. Each Free Soul Collagen sachet contains 8,000mg of Type 1 Hydrolysed Collagen Peptides, for maximum absorption and best results. Plus, it’s fortified with Hyaluronic Acid and Keratin, to provide visible improvements in your skin and hair.
A morning routine
Making your daily dose of collagen a part of your morning routine will help you develop consistency (which always leads to results). Brush your teeth, make your coffee, take your collagen (you can even add it to your coffee!), skincare and shower. We’re loving Lixir Skin’s three step Good Skin Trio, by the way. Before you know it, it will all become a ritual, and you’ll never forget to take your collagen sachet again.
There’s nothing more important than staying hydrated, we always aim to drink at least 2 litres a day. Start the day with a glass of lemon water, a squeeze of fresh lemon juice gives you a shot of the antioxidant vitamin C and helps the body maintain a balanced pH, and continue filling up your cup all day.
Don’t skip your SPF
Everyone’s heard this not-so-secret secret - use an SPF daily. The one anti-aging product everyone of every age should be using on a daily basis. Helping to protect your complexion from damaging UVA and UVB rays (and pollution, Londoners, you have been warned), wearing SPF 30 at the very least, is the number one tip experts give to keep your skin looking good for as long as possible.