Get that Healthy Glow: How to Revitalize Your Skin in 2022


Healthy skin is a sign of good health but more than that, it helps you feel like yourself. Far too often, skin conditions, particularly on your face, can take over. Acne can make you feel self-conscious. Age lines and wrinkles can make you feel old. By working on revitalizing your skin, you can actually work to feel more like yourself and confident at that.

There are so many ways that you can work to revitalize your skin in 2022, and many can be done at home. When it comes to treatments that you need to get out of the house for,  remember to always be careful about where you go. Some treatments must be done by a medical professional, no matter how safe or straightforward they are. Botox and dermal fillers, for example, are very powerful tools, but if you aren’t getting them done by medical professionals, you may also not be getting the safe, FDA-certified injections either.

Everyone deserves healthy, beautiful skin no matter their age. If you feel like your skin has been letting you down, use the tips in this guide to help rebuild your skin barrier and help you enjoy fresher younger-looking skin:

Improve Your Health Internally

Unless you already eat very well, drink water regularly, and exercise often, you will want to make these changes first. Healthy eating and proper hydration alone can make a huge difference to the look and feel of your skin, particularly if you are currently ingesting many toxins. Cutting back or cutting out smoking and heavy drinking is a great place to get started. If you have a diet that is high in saturated fats, sugars, and salt, then making adjustments here is another great option.

These changes will make a difference, but more importantly, they will help you understand your skin’s baseline. Just as you will need to tweak your skincare routine in the next step to find the best combination know that what you eat will also need to be adjusted. Some people process dairy products terribly, for example, and that leads to acne and other skin issues.

Try to Be Consistent with Sleep

Sleep is when your body works to repair itself, and your skin is no different. If you ever noticed the difference in your skin when you wake up feeling refreshed vs when you wake up feeling haggard, you will start to understand just what role sleep does for your skin.

A consistent sleep routine can do wonders to help you sleep deeper and more regularly, but there are a few things to keep in mind. The first is that you need to stay properly hydrated throughout the day so that you aren’t dehydrated at night. Drinking a lot of water before bed isn’t a solution either, as this will usually wake you up in the middle of the night either searching out more water or to go to the bathroom (often both).

Another way to boost your skincare efforts while you sleep is to properly layer your skincare treatments. For some, sludging or putting an oil-based gel on your face like Vaseline or Aquaphor is a great way to lock in their skincare products. This does not work for everyone, so try it, see the effects on your skin, and, if you notice a deterioration of your skin, stop.

See a Dermatologist

While you can absolutely try out different skincare products and the like on your own, if you want fast, efficient results, you will want to go see a dermatologist. They can help you understand your skin’s needs and even pair you with medical-grade products that will help you get the results that you need.

Try These Skincare Treatments

Skincare treatments are great ways to get targeted results where you normally couldn’t. Always go to a professional to get these treatments done. Not only will the treatment itself be safer, but some options like the dermal fillers only have single FDA-approved injection substance. You want to know who you are going to, their credentials, and what they are using on your skin at all times.

1. Laser Treatment

Laser treatment essentially works to kill off that top layer of skin. It is used in targeted areas where there is scarring or an unwanted birthmark. The goal of laser treatments is to fade away unwanted marks on the skin. It takes several treatments to get the results you want, and there will be a healing period. The results, however, can be incredible and many with acne scarring find it to be a very effective treatment.

2. Botox

Botox is a great option for those who want to minimize fine lines and also prevent deep, static wrinkles from forming in the first place. You can click here to learn more about the procedure, but know that it is a safe, non-invasive option that can be used long-term with minimal side effects.

3. Micro Needling

Micro needling is a popular new treatment. Though there are options that you can use at home, the only one that is effective is the ones done by professionals. Essentially the goal is to cause very minor topical damage to your skin, which in turn awakens your body’s healing response and stimulates circulation to the skin. As your skin heals, you may notice it looks healthier than before.

4. Dermal Fillers

If you have deep lines you want erased, then the best option without getting into more invasive procedures is dermal fillers. These fillers last between 6 and 18 months and work to smooth out deep wrinkles or even fill in sunken areas on the face, like under your eyes. They can help you look refreshed and rejuvenated in just 30 minutes.

Wear Sunscreen

Last but certainly not least – wear sunscreen. Sun damage is one of the biggest causes of premature skin aging as well as a host of other issues like skin cancer or sun spots. Wear sunscreen and reapply once every two hours to prevent damage and improve your skin’s health.