How to Get 'The Glow'

Try This At-Home Skincare Routine for Luxuriously Glowing Skin

Wouldn’t you like to have the same kind of glowing, vibrant, beautiful skin tone as superstar celebrities and supermodels? Read further, and I will pull back the curtain for you now to reveal exactly how to ‘Get the Glow’ for yourself at home in a way that is simple, easy, fast, and personally fulfilling. 

Follow this advice, and you will enjoy the same glowing, dewy, soft, luxurious skin tone that makes people take notice and shower you with compliments. I promise that you will not only look better on the outside, but you will also feel far better physically and have more energy, confidence, and personal happiness.

What Do I Mean by ‘Glowing Skin’ or ‘Dewy’ Looking Skin Tone?

How to Get The Glow - Susan Ciminelli Glowing Skin Skincare Routine

When you see famous public figures (especially women) on television and online, you probably notice how different their skin appears to the average person you know. Their skin seems so smooth, vibrant, and luminous - as though beaming with light, like a glazed doughnut. 

Glowing skin is very attractive to look at and so pleasant to touch. The entertainment industry knows this, which is why ‘The Glow’ is the ultimate standard of visual beauty and attractiveness. The glow is why entire teams of beauty and skincare professionals make their living working with politicians, stars, and the rich and famous for preparing them to go before the camera. 

Here’s something that may surprise you, though. The Glow you’re looking for isn’t achieved by covering up flaws with makeup. 

Achieving glowing skin successfully means doing so WITHOUT wearing makeup. This is true glowing skin. It is a flawless canvas upon which to apply minimal foundation because there is almost nothing to cover up. My testimonials over the past four decades attest to that fact.

More surprising good news is that you can get the glow for yourself in the privacy of your own home without an expensive team of professionals fussing over you.

Because of my unique and growing expertise in the area of holistic, natural beauty and skincare treatments, I was blessed with the privilege of sharing this knowledge with people like Al Pacino, Sigourney Weaver, Martha Stewart, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Mrs. Henry Kissinger, Ethel Kennedy, Peggy Dulany (David Rockefeller's daughter), Jennifer Lopez, Sophia Coppola, Melanie Griffith, Don Johnson, John Cusak, Christi Turlington, Stephanie Seymore, Peggy Lipton, Phylicia Rashad, LuLu, Middle Eastern royalty, and so many more. Now, I pass that blessing on to you.

The Truth About Glowing Skin and What Gives Skin That Glowing Look. 

Glowing skin starts with proper cleansing. If you neglect to remove dull, dead skin cells that enlarge your pores and make your skin look unhealthy, you will never achieve glowing skin.

The Skin Cleanse Process that Clears the Way to Glowing Skin.

Instead of soap, use a skincare cleanser designed specifically for leaving your skin truly clean and fresh without leaving behind a tacky film and without leaving your skin dry. I recommend choosing from among the Pore Minimizing Cleanser, Bamboo Ginger Scrub, Cleansing Gel, or Algae Deep Cleanse. 

Rinse with cool water and pat dry with a clean towel.

Skincare Products I Specially Designed to Give You Glowing Skin

Once your skin is perfectly clean, you’ll want to utilize the fool-proof trio of natural beauty products I’ve designed to turn back the clock and make your skin look luminous and radiant all day and night. You will look dewy and fresh using my signature Pre-moisturizing Trilogy that includes:

A Few Bad Habits that Ruin the Glow

You may have some habits that, while innocent enough because it seems normal, will tend to leave your skin looking dry, flaky, dull, and lifeless. To win the prize of glowing skin, you will need to stop self-sabotaging behaviors and adjust your habits accordingly so you can go out each day looking amazing.

  • Stay out of excessive sun exposure or UV rays. You inadvertently age skin prematurely when you have too much electromagnetic radiation. It doesn’t have to result in sunburn - the sun does the job of robbing your skin of moisture regardless.

    Even though you need the vitamin D that sun exposure provides, it is important to use sunscreen to block the harmful UVB rays that cause cancer. Both UVA and UVB cause skin damage. However, using a good SPF and reapplying it every hour protects you enough.

  • Failing to cleanse your skin twice daily. The skincare routine that gives your skin that luminous glow is not very time intensive. In just a few minutes in the morning and evening, you can refresh your skin so that your pores are smaller, your skin feels wonderful, and the natural oils in your skin are well-balanced.

  • Never re-use a towel that you’ve previously dried off with. Rather, always have a fresh, clean towel ready. The dead skin, dirt, and skin secretions that rubbed off from previous use only end up back on your skin when you reach for a dirty towel.

    Just because the towel looks reasonably clean doesn’t mean it is. One use and into the dirty laundry pile if you’re serious about getting ‘The Glow’ and sustaining it long term.


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