How to Improve Your Skin and Say Goodbye to Complexion Woes

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Your skin is the body’s biggest organ, as well as the most noticeable, so taking good care of it is essential to keep it healthy and looking great. Everyone wants to have a glowing complexion and smooth, clear skin. However, sometimes this can feel impossible to achieve despite your best efforts. 

Many people are dissatisfied with their skin’s appearance and have aspects that they would like to change. Whether you dislike your fine lines or are concerned about spots, people experience many different skincare concerns. 

While there is more to life than having a flawless complexion, there is no doubt that feeling that your skin looks good can significantly influence your confidence. Feeling comfortable in your skin and positive about your appearance can help you feel ready to deal with anything that life throws at you. If you are searching for ways to improve your skin, these tips should help you achieve a smooth, healthy complexion.

Get Back to Basics

Feeling unhappy with your skin’s appearance can leave you in constant pursuit of the perfect product that can solve your problem area. However, sometimes it is helpful to get back to basics with a simple skincare routine. Stripping back your skincare routine and focusing on keeping your skin clean and healthy will allow you to reassess your skin’s needs.

If you have blemish-prone skin, you may find it helpful to start by focusing on your cleansing routine to help minimise breakouts. Cleansing every morning and evening is, of course, vital. However, you will also need to cleanse as soon as you can after exercising to prevent sweat causing more spots to develop.

Change Your Routine

If you have been using the same skincare routine with the same products for many years, you may notice that your skin has become so used to the products that they no longer seem as effective as they once were. If this is the case, you may want to consider amending your skincare regime and look around for products that are best suited to your skin’s needs. 

You may find it helpful to have a skincare consultation to help you decide which products are best suited to your skin’s needs. 

Work With the Seasons

The seasons can have a significant influence on the condition of your skin. Therefore, it is vital to adapt your skincare regime to suit the effects of the weather. The hot temperatures of the summer months can cause you to sweat, which can lead to breakouts occurring. Cleansing your skin is essential to help prevent these sweat-related breakouts. To reduce the likelihood of spots occurring, it is also wise to choose non-comedogenic skincare products, sunscreen, and make-up. Non-comedogenic products won’t block your pores and cause skin congestion. 

While the summer can lead to blocked pores, the winter can leave your skin feeling dry, flaky, and uncomfortable. The change in temperature can particularly cause issues. Going from the cold air outside to the warm, dry air of a room with central heating can irritate your skin and dry it out further.

Adapting your skincare to suit the changing seasons is crucial to keep your skin feeling healthy all year round.

Fight the Signs of Ageing

The effects of the ageing process on your skin can be a cause for concern. Many people dislike seeing the lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin that occur as they grow older. For some people, these changes can cause their confidence to drop and impact on their self-image. Making lifestyle changes such as limiting sun exposure, keeping skin hydrated, and making lifestyle changes, such as quitting smoking and drinking less alcohol, may help to reduce some of the signs of ageing. These methods may help to offset some of the effects of ageing, but they will not prevent them and won’t eradicate existing wrinkles and lines. Having a cosmetic procedure such as a facelift is a popular way to achieve the best anti-ageing results.

Nurture Your Skin

Nurturing your skin is essential to keep it looking and feeling at its best. As well as establishing an effective skincare routine, there are also a few other basics to cover that will keep your skin looking good. Getting enough sleep is vital; it’s not called beauty sleep for nothing! Getting the recommended amount of sleep will help your skin to repair overnight and keep eye bags at bay. As well as hydrating your skin with creams, don’t forget to hydrate it from the inside, too, by drinking plenty of water.

Sarah x



  1. Alice Anne
    19/10/2020 / 19:05

    Oh this is super helpful! I’m such a sucker for a skincare routine! xx

  2. 19/10/2020 / 20:23

    I needed to read this right now. I recently realized that I REALLY suck at skincare. I now have a cleanser, day cream and night cream that I want to get into the habit of using regularly. Eventually, I an look at whether or not there are other factors that I would like to tie in.

  3. 19/10/2020 / 20:58

    I definitely agree with getting enough sleep – that, SPF and drinking water are all great things to do for our skin x


  4. 20/10/2020 / 09:47

    My skin is so bad at the moment. I really need to look into my skincare x

  5. 20/10/2020 / 10:53

    This is such a helpful post. A couple of months ago, I changed up my routine and it helped so much. I think its about what works for your individual skin needs.

  6. 20/10/2020 / 19:16

    It’s so important to remember that your routine probably needs changing with the seasons, and SPF all year!


  7. Shyla Elza
    20/10/2020 / 23:02

    These are really helpful ideas for those who are really wanting to help their skin complexion. Especially someone like me! I am going to use your advice and start a better skin care routine. I am always careful to use non-comedogenic products so that is definitely a good start. Thanks!

  8. 22/10/2020 / 12:16

    Thank you for these tips! I never paid much attention to skincare until last year, when I started a skincare routine, but I’m still learning which products are best for my skin. I drink a lot of water which definitely helps! x

  9. 22/10/2020 / 16:46

    so many helpful tips in this post!


  10. Heather Nixon
    22/10/2020 / 20:49

    I always change my skincare for each season too x

  11. 26/10/2020 / 20:41

    This is a fab post and I love anything skincare related

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