Summer ends, your glow stays
Our skin suffers a lot over the summer months – sunbathing, sunburn, UV radiation, chlorine, sweat or air-conditioned air. All of this often takes its toll on our skin. That's why right now is the perfect time to treat your skin to a little down time.
Supplement your beauty routine with products that will bring back that fresh, natural glow to your skin. In our guide, we’ll give you useful info and tips on the active ingredients and care products that not only protect your skin, but also remove pollutants and support your skin’s natural regeneration process.
Glow boosters: active ingredients for radiant skin
There are various different active ingredients that are used in skincare products to give skin a healthy, radiant look. Vitamin C, retinol (vitamin A) as well as hyaluronic acid are among the most popular beauty boosters here. What's more, you can also use products containing niacinamide (vitamin B3), AHAs (e.g. lactic acid), ceramide and vitamin E. But don't forget to use daily sun protection because this will protect your skin from premature ageing, which is why it should also be applied in the colder months. It is important to note that effectiveness may vary from person to person as it depends on a number of factors, such as skin type, skin condition and individual compatibility.
When it comes to your skincare routine, focus on products that give your skin the chance to soothe and regenerate. The key to this lies in cleansing.
For the first step, find a cleanser suited to your skin and massage it gently into your face to remove traces of make-up from your pores. Then use a nourishing face mist and an anti-pollution protection product. After cleansing, we recommend applying a serum with hyaluronic acid, a moisturiser and a revitalising face oil. Round off your skincare routine with a layer of sun cream.
It’s not only your face that needs care
A glowing complexion requires not only care from the outside, but a balanced diet too. Alongside beauty products such as creams and serums, you can also rely on nutritional supplements with ingredients such as hyaluronic acid. They will support your skin from the inside out, promote moisture retention and contribute to a healthy, youthful complexion.
However nutritional supplements should only be taken to supplement a balance diet with lots of fruit & vegetables and plenty of water and are not intended to replace this.