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DBL four ways to get and maintain radiant skin article

4 Ways to Get (and Maintain) Radiant Skin

Let’s face it – we all love to look radiant. Thankfully, there are ways to help you achieve radiant skin at any time of day or year. Read our tips for radiant skin here. 

Whether you’re striving for a natural sheen or a sun-kissed glow, most of us can agree that healthy-looking skin is all the rage these days. If you find yourself wondering how to get glowing skin, you’ve come to the right place. 

1 Exfoliate with care

There are different methods and tools to exfoliate the skin, but the most common are physical exfoliants like scrubs. Dove Body Love Radiance Renew Body Cleanser, made with pro-glow skin care ingredients like vitamin C serum and exfoliating minerals, hydrates and illuminates dull, uneven skin, leaving it looking beautifully radiant – while being very gentle on your skin.

2 Double down on moisture

If you’re wondering how to get radiant skin on your body, we’ll let you in on a secret: it’s all about the pre-cleanse. Dove Body Love Moisture Boost Pre-Cleanse Shower Butter is a silky, nourishing butter you apply to wet skin to double down on moisture, before following with the Moisture Boost Body Cleanser. Add it into your shower routine and see the difference it can make for your skin. 

3 Eat green (most of the time)

Not all glowing skin secrets are about skin care – radiance starts from the inside out. Healthy-looking skin has a glow, so to improve your skin health, start by looking within. Are you properly nourishing your body? Antioxidant-rich foods can help your skin look healthy. Be sure to include plenty of skin-friendly fruits and vegetables in your diet, and you’ll soon be on your way to a more radiant complexion.  

4 Apply SPF early and often

One of the most important steps in radiant skin care? SPF. As you probably know, SPF stands for Sun Protection Factor and is used in topical applications (that means, applied to the surface of your skin) to help protect from harmful UV rays. As long exposure to UV rays can cause your skin to lose more moisture, protecting your skin from damaging factors like the sun will help you get glowing, healthy-looking skin.

 

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