1. Drink Water
Don’t roll your eyes. Maybe you knew this was coming, but it has to be said. Dehydration makes wrinkles more apparent and keeps your body from doing the things it needs to do.
Drink water slowly throughout the day, every day. If you try to compensate by chugging a gallon of water after dinner, you won’t absorb it all (and you’ll have to get up to go pee while you should be getting your beauty sleep!).
If you drink beverages that make you dehydrated, such as coffee and alcohol, hydrate before and after to negate the effects. If you love your morning coffee, I’m not saying you should give it up. You brew you! But challenge yourself to drink a glass of water first thing in the morning, then reward yourself with your joe.
The body uses water to cleanse. If we can’t flush them out that way, they build up in other places or show up on our skin.
2. Brew Yourself a Bath
We’re pretty water-themed so far. But that’s how we earthlings do it!
Taking a bath is uber relaxing, relieving the stress that wears on your whole being, including your skin.
Take your bath to the next level by brewing a big, strong (I like where this is going) pot of tea and adding it to the water. Of course, make sure the water isn’t too hot before you jump in (is this a necessary disclaimer?).
This way, you can enjoy the benefits of herbs from head to toe! Try the following teas in your bath:
3. Think Pretty
Just kidding… kind of. Thinking good thoughts and maintaining positive thoughts and intentions will truly make you more beautiful. Sadness wears on us, physically as well as emotionally.