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We are all constantly working towards a flawless skin. However, zits, breakouts, blackheads, these never-ending battles never seem to come to an end. While they continue to make us feel miserable, there’s only one thing that can make it better and that is – extra care. So if you’ve been struggling with the same issues, here’s your step-by-step guide to fight all these problems and boast of a glowing skin in exactly a week. And believe us, every step counts.

1)    Determine Your Skin Type: Understand your skin. This is the most crucial step because only once you identify what your skin needs, will you be able to provide it with the right treatment. The five types of skin are: oily, dry, combination, normal and sensitive. Understanding which one you have will help you achieve that radiant glow.

2)    CTM Ritual: Cleansing, toning, and moisturizing is the most basic and essential routine that everyone must follow if they are looking at taking a step towards a glowing skin. Cleansing helps remove the bacteria and any kind of dirt from the face. Toning helps soothe, nourish and hydrate the skin while maintaining its delicate pH balance. Moisturizing helps your skin stay hydrated. However, if you can’t maintain this daily routine, opt for a good cleanser that even moisturizes your skin while removing the unwanted dirt. Everyuth’s Naturals Fruit Face Wash is an ideal product as it cleanses your skin as well as moisturizes it.

3)    Always remove your makeup: Before you end your day with your beauty sleep, remember to get rid of your makeup. If you don’t remove it, you will end up clogging your pores and getting more zits. After using a sensitive make-up remover, remember to wash or cleanse your face every night, so that you can let your skin breathe while you catch up on a good night’s sleep.

4)    Monitor your lifestyle habits: Your lifestyle habits often affect your skin. Make sure you follow a daily skin care routine and avoid those late-night parties every two days. Your lifestyle can have long-term effects on your body and eventually show up on your skin.

5)    Eat healthy & drink lots of water: Resist yourself from eating that junk and instead opt for fresh veggies and fruits that will nourish your skin. Drink loads of water, at least 3-4 litres a day, to keep your skin hydrated and glowing.

6)    Protect your skin from the sun: The sun’s harmful rays have adverse effects on the skin when you are exposed to it for a long time. It can lead to over-dryness and can affect your skin in many other ways. So, it is important to protect your skin every time you step out of the house. Make sure you use a sunscreen with a high SPF level and a product that suits your skin well.

These are some of the basic to-dos for a glowing skin. Another most crucial step in skin care is exfoliation. Exfoliating your skin twice a week helps in removing dead skin as well as blackheads. Everyuth’s Naturals Walnut and Apricot Scrub can become your go-to product when it comes to exfoliation for oily as well as dry skin as it ensures protection against over-drying. Make sure you follow these steps regularly as they will bring a noticeable change within a week.

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