6 Easy Ways to Rejuvenate Dull, Tired Skin



When you are living life on the fast lane, Believe it or not but your skin gets tired. Don’t be surprised if your skin looks dull and greyish overtime. Here are the 6 tips on how to rejuvenate your dull and tired skin.


1. Exfoliate, Exfoliate and Exfoliate

According to a clinical professor, we shed millions of skin cells a day, so unless you do something to actively remove the ones that don’t fall off naturally, you’re going to have a greyish, dull look. In fact it is recommended that you exfoliate your skin up to two times a week. Exfoliation allows your other products to penetrate better and therefore work better.

It is preferable to use a gentle exfoliator especially if you have sensitive skin. Seek formulas that have soothing ingredients like honey or green tea. Soul Sisters Prickly Pear Scrub is an exfoliator that is not too harsh or too drying. The facial exfoliating scrub is made of honey and prickly pear seed oil and it gets rid of dead skin cells and leaves your skin smooth and glowing.


2. Moisturise regularly

Moisturising will reduce your skin problems and that is Fact! It is important to moisturise on a daily basis wether your skin is dry or oily. Make sure you use the right moisturiser suitable for your skin type. If you have dry skin, Pure Argan Oil is a good moisturiser for you as it is not too heavy and not too light. It’s filled with omega fatty acids, linoleic acid and vitamin E which makes it a perfect moisturiser. 

On the other side if you have combination, oily or acneic skin, the prickly pear seed oil would be the moisturiser for you.  Prickly Pear Seed Oil is a very light , non-pore clogging oil rich in linoleum acid which is perfect for oily skin. It is a fast absorbing oil that penetrates the skin instantly.

Moisturising on a daily basis will make your skin glow and rejuvenate.

3. Cleanse your Face Every Evening

Throughout the day , your face gets exposed to pollutants, UV, dirt and bacteria. When this happens your face creates a substance called sebum for protection. If the sebum last too long on your face, it can cause acne, irritation, redness or unhealthy skin complexion.

Hence you should wash your face every evening to clean it from impurities and dirt that you encounter during the day.  Select a cleanser based on your skin type. If your skin is sensitive it is recommended to look for a cleanser that is mild. Soul Sisters Morocco Black Soap is designed for combination, oily and acne prone skin. It is also recommended for people that have eczema or psoriasis.

4. Keep your skin hydrated

Dehydration will make you look pale and unhealthy. Skin dehydration will not only make your skin look dull and tired , it will also increase fine lines, sagging skin, and wrinkles. Drink up at least 8 glasses of water a day to avoid skin dehydration. Moreover eat water-rich foods like watermelon or cucumbers.

5. Mask two times a week

When was the last time you masked up? It is recommended to mask 2 to 3 times weekly. Face mask can help you bring moisture and hydration to your skin which would result in a glowing complexion.

If your have dull and tired skin, look for a mask with brightening and glow giving ingredients such as vitamin C and Vitamin E. Soul Sisters Rose Clay Mask is filled with vitamin C and E and therefore gives you an instant glow. The mask deep cleans and nourishes skin for glowing , flawless complexion. It is the perfect mask to use for a sure shot of freshness for your skin. Apply the mask on damp skin after cleansing and leave it for 10 minutes and then rinse it off. If you have sensitive skin, make sure you patch test before using the mask.

6. Get your beauty sleep

One night of poor sleep can cause swollen eyes, darker under eye circles, more wrinkles and fine lines. Did you know that its during your sleep that the body repairs itself , your collagen gets rebuilt and damage from UV exposure gets repaired.You heard that ? so try your best to get at least 7 hours of beauty sleep every night.










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