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There are things we need to do everyday to keep our skin looking and feeling its best - cleansing away all the impurities, keeping it hydrated with serums and moisturizers, protecting it from the sun - you know the drill (if not, check out our quick guide here). But there are other rituals we only need to practice each week to keep our skin healthy and radiant.

We have a love hate relationship with the sun. Do I want to come back from vacation with a beautifully bronzed body and be the envy of all my friends? Absolutely! But every dermatologist and beauty expert will agree on one thing - UV radiation is bad for your skin.

If you’re new to skincare routines, the task of simply choosing a routine can be daunting. How many steps are enough? How much should I spend on products? While some may stand by the idea of ‘more is more’ when it comes to taking care of their skin, this often leaves too much room for forgetting steps and making mistakes.

It has become the stuff of legend that drinking 8 glasses of water a day will hydrate our skin, solve acne problems, lighten dark circles, cure fine lines and oily skin, just to name a few. From supermodels to the celebs, and in the pages of our favorite magazines, they’re all preaching the same thing. But what is the science behind it? Does it even really work?

The skin is the largest organ in our body and acts as a protective barrier between our body and the environment. Therefore, it requires a little nutritional TLC. A healthy diet is an essential part of our skincare maintenance routine, and an unbalanced diet can cause visible problems.
Are you leading a hectic life full of late nights, early mornings, too much screen time, not enough sleep, and a questionable diet? These bad habits don’t just exhaust you mentally, but they can also wear you out physically and one of the first indications will be how tired your skin appears.