We all want to have flawless skin like Elle Varner and we try every expensive product that claims it will leave our skin healthy and glowing. After all, most of us live by the saying, "good things are not cheap and cheap things are not good". There's nothing wrong with that, except sometimes we only do the basics (washing our face in the morning and at night) with these expensive products and expect to have that Hollywood glow. It takes more than expensive products to get flawless skin; it takes a healthy lifestyle and good eating habits.
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What are some things that you do to keep your skin flawless?
Drink plenty of water
Chilli has been very open about how she keeps her skin looking amazing, and drinking plenty of water is on her list. Drinking water can clear up your skin and give you that Hollywood glow you’ve always wanted. If you do not like the plainness of your water, add lemons or cucumbers for a taste of flavor.
Staying calm and managing stress
Stress can trigger acne breakouts and other skin problems. To avoid that, try your best to have a clam state of mind, and find ways of managing your stress. Why do you think celebrities go to the spa so often?
A good facial cleanser is very important. You want one that is going to clean deep down into your pores without having to use a back-up face wash, because all that is going to do is dry out your skin.
A lot of us do not realize how important healthy eating is for our skin, it can help you look and feel your best. Eating plenty of fruits, vegetables, is a must to achieving amazing looking skin. Gabby has spoken very openly about how she achieves her flawless skin, and by eating healthy is one of the ways she achieves this and it does not hurt that she is an Olympic Gold medalist and have to stay healthy.
Moisturizing your skin daily
So many people do not realize how important moisturizing your skin daily is. Moisturizing your skin should be an essential part of your daily routine. Moisturizing repairs your skin and protects it from sun damage and pollution.