6 Ways to a Better Complexion

Restore Hyper Wellness Writer
Restore Hyper Wellness Writer
3 minutes
February 7, 2022
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Updated May 2024

We all want to look good and have better skin, and it’s not as difficult as it sounds. And you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on special treatments. By taking a more holistic approach and pairing it with Restore’s Neveskin Facial® or Hydrafacial™, achieving good skin and a better complexion is possible. Here are a few helpful tips for a better complexion and a more youthful glow.

Cleanse Gently

Some people are drying out their skin by over-cleansing it. We’re not saying to stop washing your face, but there are essential oils in the skin that keep it moisturized. Using harsh cleansers strips these oils away, leaving your skin dry and prompting it to produce more oil. To achieve a balanced complexion, use a gentle, sulfate-free face cleanser. The best sulfate-free products contain natural and botanical ingredients that are gentle on your skin. Pay attention to labels and avoid ingredients such as sodium lauryl sulfate, ammonium lauryl sulfate, and sodium laureth sulfate. Also, look for cruelty-free labels to ensure ethical choices.


If you’re not drinking at least eight glasses of water per day, you’re shortchanging your skin. The skin is the largest organ in the body, and it’s made up mostly of water. Without proper hydration, your skin becomes dry, tight and more prone to aging. Hydration helps your skin retain elasticity, fights off wrinkles and puffiness, reduces pore size, clears acne, and alleviates the itchiness associated with dry skin. By staying hydrated, you’re doing your entire body a favor.

Get Sun Exposure Responsibly

Get outside, but be responsible about it! Proper sun exposure is essential to a healthy wellness routine. Morning and late afternoon sun exposure helps regulate your sleep cycle, lower blood pressure, improve heart health, and boost your mood. However, overexposure leads to dry skin and sunburn. Remember to apply SPF 30 sunscreen every two hours, and cover up if you’ll be exposed to the sun all day. Balance your need for sun with safety to maintain healthy skin.

Eat Clean

If possible, remove heavily processed foods, refined carbs, and sugar from your diet. Antioxidant-rich foods can help your skin glow, so eat more yellow and orange fruits and vegetables (like carrots and peaches), leafy greens, tomatoes, berries, fatty fish, and nuts. Avoid fast food and energy drinks, and go light on heavily caffeinated beverages and alcohol, both of which are diuretics that deplete your body’s salt and water.

Stop Smoking

Smoking deprives the skin of oxygen and nutrients, leading to sagging skin, wrinkles, hair loss, cataracts, psoriasis and crow’s feet. While smoking has long-term detrimental effects on health, its short-term effects are evident in your complexion. Quitting smoking will improve both your overall health and the appearance of your skin.

Try Neveskin Facial® or Hydrafacial™

Neveskin Facial® leverages cold temperatures to potentially increase blood flow and oxygen, helping to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and pores and improve skin tightness and firmness. Meanwhile, Hydrafacial™ is a non-invasive treatment that extracts impurities and exfoliates, infusing restorative ingredients like nourishing antioxidant peptides. This treatment replenishes dehydrated skin to help reduce clogged pores and blemishes and boost a youthful glow.

By following these tips and incorporating Neveskin Facial® or Hydrafacial™ into your routine, you’ll be on your way to achieving a better complexion and a more youthful glow in no time!

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