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Tips To Getting Your Glow Back

Do you ever feel like not getting out of your house because your skin looks like a ball of stress? ZURU has a little bit of confidence boost for you.

This skincare routine brought to you by ZURU will help you get the glow you need for your skin. Just follow the tips below:

TIP 1: Use a face wash  – Pump out one drop from your face wash, apply onto your face and rinse with lukewarm water. Avoid using a cloth to wipe your face after washing. Just pat dry. Also, your face twice a day, in the morning and evening.

TIP 2: Apply natural toner on cotton pad or wool and spread the toner evenly on your face and neck. This is to remove oil and stubborn dirt.

TIP 3: Apply daily moisturiser. Then later before you sleep, wash your face as per TIP 1 and apply a reasonable amount of night cream on your face. If you have dark spots, use a blemish corrector to assist in removing them and always make sure you always apply it underneath the moisturiser.

These tips should get you ready to get of that house in no time. Don’t forget, drink lots of water as it helps in bringing out a radiant looking skin.

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Hlulani Masingi

Hlulani Masingi, also known as Hlulz; is a young, vibrant and witty black South African Tsonga woman with a solid education and seven years media experience. She graduated at the University of the Witwatersrand with a Bachelors Degree in Media Studies and English Literature and Honours Degree in Media Studies and is currently pursuing her Masters Degree in African Languages and Linguistics in the Media at the same institution.

Born in Johannesburg and raised at ka-Mhinga, an underpriviledged village in Limpopo, Hlulani is a determined individual and regardless of her impoverished background, she has a variety of interests that include PR, Communications, Marketing and Events, her passion is Creative Writing. She has always had a strong thirst for knowledge and could already write the word ‘mother’ in her home language at the age of four. She started her first year of varsity at the age of 16. After working as an Online Editor from 2014 until 2017, Hlulani Masingi founded Shangazine – an online title focused on celebrating Xitsonga people’s traditional and contemporary lifestyle.

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