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You may know that spending hours baking in the sun is destructive when it comes to the health of your skin. According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, having a tan actually means that you have experienced skin cell damage. UV exposure can lead to premature skin aging like the development of wrinkles, lax skin and age spots. But, sometimes even so, you still want that look of tan, glowing skin, but a bronzed hue isn’t attractive when you take into account peeling, uneven tan lines and potential sunburns.
You can have glowing skin all year when you’re not dependent on the sun shining and weather being warm enough for you to lay out. Applying sunless tan options and focusing on your skin’s health overall will give you that glowing skin you adore.
First, focus on the internal measures you can take. Radiant skin is also a result of a healthy lifestyle. Good-for-skin foods are rich in anti-oxidants and high in omega-3 fatty acids. Orange fruits and vegetables, rich in beta-carotene, are especially good for enriching your complexion. High in beta-carotene, the nutrient that gives foods like carrots, squash, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, cantaloupe, mango and peaches their color can also help boost the tone of your skin naturally from within. An easy way to incorporate these foods into your diet is by piling on the glowing skin ingredients into a blender and drinking them as a juice.
Another step in achieving glowing skin year round is exfoliation. The buildup of dead skin cells on your skin’s surface can contribute to a lackluster appearance. As skin ages, cell renewal decreases so skin looks dry and dull as the layers pile up.
Finally, look for sunless tan options to sustain bronzed, glowing skin no matter the season. There are many different formulas out there, including serums, mists, lotions and gels. Before applying sunless tanner be sure to remove all jewelry and exfoliate, especially on the dry areas of your body like your knees, ankles and elbows. Shave and then apply oil-free moisturizer to areas with dry skin. Wash the palms of your hands before you apply any sunless options to your face.
Have glowing skin all year – and better yet have radiant skin, by not exposing yourself to harmful UV rays. The tan will fade, but the skin damage will stay with you.