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Adriana Vanni reveals her five tips to perfect skin this winter

Influencer reveals how she avoids cracked, dry skin in winter after transforming her complexion by following five golden rules

  • Melbourne blogger, Adriana Vanni, 30, has shared her rules for great skin
  • The influencer claimed she had bad skin until she started following the rules
  • And when she stops following them, she sees a negative change in days

An acne-prone influencer has revealed how she avoids dry, dull skin and gruesome winter breakouts by following “five golden rules” for a glowing complexion.

Melbourne-based blogger Adriana Vanni, 30, told FEMAIL that she struggled for years with bad skin — and feared winter when her skin tone would take a huge blow.

“When winter hits, my skin takes the brunt of it,” she said.

Melbourne-based blogger Adriana Vanni, 30, told FEMAIL she struggled with bad skin for years

She says she maintains her glowing complexion by following her own five golden rules

Melbourne-based blogger Adriana Vanni, 30, told FEMAIL she struggled for years with bad skin — and feared winter when her skin tone would take a huge blow

“From the long cold nights to the icy chills, I find that my skin looks worse after the first week of winter if I don’t stick to my beauty regime.”

According to the brunette beauty, there are five non-negotiable things when it comes to maintaining a good complexion all year round.

They include staying well hydrated, sleeping well, introducing intermittent fasting, exercising to “sweat out the toxins,” and avoiding sugary foods.

Staying Hydrated

“Not drinking enough can affect the appearance of your skin and make you more prone to dehydration,” she said.

Adriana makes sure she drinks at least eight glasses of water a day to keep herself hydrated.

Intermittent Fasting

“It has been documented for years that intermittent fasting can help detoxify our bodies and skin naturally. The problem is, most of us can never get through 12-16 hours without food because the hunger pangs start to kick in,” she said.

To get around this, she uses the ‘transform and glow’ program from Wednesday Detox Day.

She starts her day drinking the program’s “health drink,” which keeps her from feeling hungry and craving unhealthy snacks.

“The collagen gives my skin the extra boost it needs. The green tea and Siberian ginseng extracts give me the extra boost I need in the morning and set me up for the rest of the day,” she said.

Four weeks after starting the Cleansing Day program, she noticed her acne cleared up “for the first time ever,” giving her a huge boost in self-esteem.

She uses the 'transform and glow' program on Wednesday Detox Day as part of her intermittent fasting to keep her skin in check

She uses the ‘transform and glow’ program on Wednesday Detox Day as part of her intermittent fasting to keep her skin in check

Regular exercise

Regular exercise is one of the keys to healthy skin. Exercise helps nourish skin cells and keep them vibrant by increasing blood flow,” she said.

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Whether you’re going to the gym or working out at home, sweating is good for the skin because it regulates your body temperature and signals your body’s ability to hydrate. Sweat removes bacteria, dirt, oils and impurities from the skin.’

Adriana says that people who “don’t have time to exercise” should choose to take the stairs whenever possible and walk between meetings to continue exercising whenever possible.

Limit sugar intake

“Sugar can have harmful effects on the skin if not consumed in moderation,” she said.

Any form of sugar affects the two main causes of acne: hormones and inflammation.

‘Eating refined and processed carbohydrates, such as white sugar, raises blood sugar more quickly and the pancreas responds by releasing insulin. By cutting out sugar, you may be able to reduce the amount of insulin your body makes and, as a result, oil and acne production,” she added.

The 30-year-old says her improved complexion has done wonders for her confidence

The 30-year-old says her improved complexion has done wonders for her confidence

Get enough sleep

‘Sleep protects the skin. Throughout the day, your skin acts as a barrier protecting you from harmful UV rays, pollution, germs, dehydration and more. While you sleep, your skin undergoes regeneration and helps you get ready for the next day. Less sleep reduces the time it takes for your skin to repair itself, which can affect the way you look,” she said.

The blogger says she can see a change in her skin if she doesn’t get at least eight hours of sleep every night.

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