While no one can stop the ticking of the clock, there are certain things you can incorporate into your daily routine to improve your outward appearance in a significant way. Some of these will show their effects immediately and some will show them over time, but one thing is for certain; no matter what type of skin you have, something can always be done to make it look better. Here are a couple of ideas:

1. Use A Skin Moisturizer

Even the least demanding types of skin require some proper care, there’s just no going around it. By using a moisturizer at least two times per day, you will nurture it and make it it stay resilient, youthful, and healthy. As a matter of fact, it’s best to turn this into a habit.

As for which products to use, you have plenty of choices. For example, you could go with a face cream like Recapture Day Cream, or use natural moisturizers such as essential oils, chamomile, honey, etc.

Just keep in mind there is no such thing as “the best skin product”, because every person’s skin is a different story – what may work for some, may cause a skin reaction for others. Therefore, trying out different options is the best course of action.

2. Cover The Problematic Spots With Makeup

Do you have acne-ridden skin or other imperfections on your face? Makeup, although not going far in terms of curing the source, does a great job at covering up the symptoms. If you’re feeling self-conscious about the dark circles around your eyes, these can be covered up by using a concealer.

Note: Choosing the right type of product that matches your natural skin color is the best way to go.

Another great benefit of using makeup is that by applying it properly, you can draw people’s attention to certain parts of it more. For example, mascara can widen your eyes, and blush can make your cheeks appear much more youthful, contributing to your attractiveness as a whole. Just make sure not to go overboard with it – a small amount goes a long way.

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3. Change Your Lifestyle

It’s tempting not to give this area of your life the attention it deserves, but if you make the needed sacrifices and learn to be patient, your skin should start showing gradual improvements over time.

For starters, you should get at least 7 hours of sleep every night. Ignoring this will unavoidably lead to you being (and appearing) tired. Long periods of insufficient sleep could cause your skin to age prematurely.

Get rid of all the bad habits like smoking. Studies have shown it wreaks havoc upon your skin and makes you look older than you actually are. Then, make sure your daily liquid consumption is in order (you should drink at least 8 glasses of water every day). Otherwise, your skin will look patchy and dry.

Finally, make sure your skin is protected from dangerous UV rays by using sunscreen. This is especially important if you live in hot, sunny areas and your skin is a bit on the pale side.


By following these tips, you should be well on your way to achieving a youthful and attractive appearance. Your confidence in social situations will be greatly impacted by it as well.