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    Glowing skin wanted

    I remember the distant days when I had glowing skin, the type that young people have, itís almost translucent. I would like that, are there any suggestions, thoughts or recommendations on how I may get glowing skin?

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    Definitely start with clearing up your diet. Our diet is very quickly reflected in our skin. Eat a clean diet, no processed foods and steer clear of dairy and wheat. Try it for a couple of months and see if you notice the difference. I bet you do!

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    I agree with Louise, beauty starts from the inside out. But I also think it is wise to minimise the processed creams you apply to your face.

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    A diet high in healthy fats, including avocado, nuts and seeds. Eat foods rich in vitamin E.

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    I normally stay well clear of dairy products, and in doing so, I have better skin as a result. But recently I succumb to dairy, through need rather than choice, with a few days of taking in dairy daily, my skin broke out in spots all over, I could count 16 spots!!!

    Since stopping dairy and going back to plant based milk, my spots slowly disappeared (it took a while) and my skin has returned to normal.

    My point is, that what we eat is so vital to how our skin looks on the outside. I think that creams are more for comfort than actual reconditioning. Look closely at what you are eating, before paying out for creams, lotions and potions.

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    Ive been using Almond oil recently and I have seen a huge difference in my skin condition. It is cheap to buy, lasts for ages and as good, if not better than any anti-aging cream you will buy without the toxic load on the body.

    I warm the oil up gently to help absorption, and it gives a good base for make-up.

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    Drink lots of water and change your diet, keep your skin clean and hydrated with moisturiser, no smoking or drinking either!

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    I am a big fan of Liz Earle products for glowing skin, you should take care of what you eat but her products are definitely worth buying

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    I’m a sucker for trying to look better, I’m an outdoor person, with the look of a female farmer that has lived in the Outer Hebrides all their life, permanently facing the wind!

    I enjoy being outside, but it does take its toll on your skin in many ways. So, I decided to try rose hip oil for the first time, I have used many types of oil before, but this has left my skin feeling soft, it is very light weight and sinks in beautifully. I bought my oil from Fushi It isn’t cheap, but it is organic with a dropper, which means you don’t use more than you need.

    Anyway, my point being is I would recommend Rose hip oil for glowing skin.

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    Glowing skin is attained from what you put inside your body and creams can give the illusion of glowing skin

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