Great skin is not simply a matter of DNA — your daily habits, in fact, have a big impact on what you see in the mirror. Ultimately, caring for your skin is simply personal. Think of your skin-care routine as consisting of three main steps: Cleansing — Washing your face. Toning — Balancing the skin. Moisturizing — Hydrating and softening the skin….then the fun stuff
Clay or mud masks: "These absorb oil and can have a mild exfoliating effect — so they’re great for oily areas. You don’t have to put it on your whole face, though. You can target just a few areas.
Volcanic stones can be a good foot scrub option, then apply a soothing foot cream.
Try a Gel Eye mask, chill it first and then lie back and listen to your favourite music and let the cool work on puffy eyes, or apply the cooking effect of a jade or marble eye roller. For a more intensive treatment consider serums .
Key to remember hydrate, drink water, eat well, live well.