20 steps to a healthier you with GloHealth - Step 19: Love your skin

Love your skin and leave it healthy and glowing with these wonderful fruits, vegetables and dairy products!

*Strawberries and other berries are great for exfoliating the skin – they contain Alpha-Hydroxy Acids (AHAs), a lifting agent that gently encourages exfoliation and speeds up the healing process.

Try blending raspberries, blackberries or strawberries to make a cheap AHA facial peel which can improve the skin tone and complexion, and gradually help stabilise oily or acne-prone skin.

*Try this Potato-Face Mask!

*If you’re searching for a healthy face mask, you need look no further than the humble spud – just mix some grated raw potato with a little honey to make an excellent face mask which naturally tightens the skin and encourages cellular regeneration – giving a natural facelift.

*Ordinary Oatmeal:

This face-mask of soothing oatmeal draws out impurities and nourishes skin. Mix 3 heaped table spoons with 2 table-spoons of honey and two tablespoons of olive oil and a teaspoon of cider vinegar.

Stir into a paste and apply to affected area for 10 minutes. Rinse with warm water.

*Check out this fab Milk Mask:

Chill out with a soothing face-mask made from dairy products such as natural yoghurt or from cows’ or goats’ milk! It will improve the elasticity and balance the ph of older skin, keeping it youthful and healthy.

With GloHealth you can choose the benefits that fit your life. Did you know that when you choose GloHealth’s Women’s & Men’s Health package you can get cash back when you visit a nutritionist

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