1. Ditch the morning latte, that amount of milk daily is just not good for the skin, and this is what we are starting the day with.
2. Book a facial, not just on your birthday; make it a regular appointment, ideally once every 4 weeks but 6 generally fits into peoples lives easier. I have personally seen the benefit of this to many clients.
3. Add in some retinol, either in the form of plant based Vitamin A or something a bit more technical, it speeds up skin cell turnover renewing and keeping the skin fresh and youthful looking.
4. Alkalize the body; a few tweaks to your daily food intake can make a huge difference, not just to your complexion but your whole health. Our blood pH level ideally should be between 7.35 and 7.45, which is slightly alkaline. The more acidic our diet, the more we work against our natural bodies state. It can make us feel tired, and compromise our immune system and natural detoxification process. A good rule of thumb is that 60-80% of our diet is from more alkaline foods, and 20-40% more acidic.5. Cleanse morning and night – It doesn’t matter how late in the evening or early in the morning it is, a face wipe is not going to do the job or not cleansing at all. Skin needs to breath, getting rid of the sweat from the night before and starting with a clean base is giving the skin the best start to be clear and function at its best.