If you feel like your facial skin is not as healthy as it could be and you'd like to improve it using natural methods and products, you might be interested in this advice.
Pick up a CBD restorative facial moisturizer
The first thing you should get is a CBD restorative facial moisturizer. If you have any health issues that make your skin dry (such as atopic dermatitis or hypothyroidism) you will probably find that regularly using a natural moisturizer that has gentle ingredients will go a long way towards restoring your facial skin's normal, healthy hydration levels.
Also, CBD is a naturally-derived substance which, when used in its topical form, can improve the health of your skin by, for example, making it less inflamed. Skin inflammation can be caused by many health issues, including rosacea, acne, and eczema. Whilst a moisturizer that features CBD will not cure these conditions, it will greatly reduce how red, puffy, and irritated these conditions make your facial skin look as a result of the inflammation they cause.
It's worth looking for a natural moisturizer that contains CBD rather than buying the latter separately and combining it with a moisturizing product, as this will not only be more convenient (and use up less space in your bathroom cabinet) but will also ensure that the ingredients in the moisturizer are all ones which can be safely mixed with CBD without reducing its effectiveness (or vice versa).
Massage your face when you're applying your skincare products
One other completely natural method that you can use to make your facial skin healthier is massage. You don't need to go to a beauty salon and get a facial to do this; instead, you can do it at home, using a mirror and some natural products. Gently massaging your face, using a smooth mineral stone roller or your fingertips, will reduce puffiness, give your skin a wonderful glow by boosting circulation, and help to detoxify it by increasing the flow of lymph.
You can do your facial massage whilst applying your restorative moisturizer. This will make your skin a bit slippery whilst you're using your fingertips or the roller to massage it, which will, in turn, prevent you from dragging it too much. Thoroughly massaging your skin with your moisturizer for a couple of minutes will also ensure that it is fully absorbed by the time you're done. This is important because if you simply slap it on and go straight to bed without letting it sink in, most of it might end up on your pillow instead of in your dermis.