Absolutely free ways to achieve great skin

You won’t spend a dime

Achieve flawless skin

I know it sounds too good to be true but we are not kidding. You don’t have to be rich or spend tons of money on skincare products for you to have great skin. Not at all. Actually, you can achieve that glowing and flawless skin without having to spend a dime. How great is that?

Try these absolutely free hacks and you’ll start seeing a change:

1. Drink up

This is not always easy for everyone. But you got to stay hydrated for that glow. If you keep forgetting to drink water, always walk around with your water bottle. When at work, place it on your desk. Seeing it will remind you how important it is to stay hydrated. Not just for your skin but for many other benefits.

2. Go slow on your make up

Or give it a break altogether. Some products contain chemicals that clog your pores leading to breakouts. If you must wear make up every day, don’t overdo it or opt for organic products.

3. Protect yourself from the sun

Sure thing, you need some vitamin D. But too much exposure to the sun damages the skin and can eventually lead to skin cancer. That’s why it’s always advisable to wear sunscreen. But what if you are broke and your sunscreen has run out? Wear a hat while going out to protect yourself.

4. Make your face a hands-free zone

No matter how many times you wash your hands, at some point, they will still be dirty from touching the doorknobs, your computer and even shaking hands. The best way is to avoid touching your face at all costs.

5. Change your pillows often

They can be a breeding ground for germs and bacteria that cause acne. Change them at least once a week.

6. Massage your skin

Facial massage rollers are the current thing and people can’t help but try them out given the long list of benefits they promise. While a massage roller might make the job easier, your fingers can do a great job as well. After cleansing and moisturizing, massage your face gently using your knuckles to allow blood circulation and reduce the appearance of fine lines.


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