Every woman dreams of having great skin. After all, flawless skin is the perfect base for on-point beauty looks. And for days when you're feeling lazy, you can scrimp on makeup and rock the no-makeup look, too! To help you achieve flawless looking skin, we're listing down tips that you need to incorporate into your lives daily. Don't stress because these tips won't take too much of your time, and are pretty easy to do, too! So read on and achieve great skin in no time:

Wash your face daily.
Wash your face every night before you go to sleep to remove any dirt that may have accumulated throughout the day. You can skip the cleanser in the morning if you have washed your face the night prior, but gently rinse your face with water to wash off any residue from your night cream and any dirt you may have gotten from your pillow cases.

Wash off your makeup.
The greatest commandment of having great skin is to always wash off your makeup before hitting the sheets. This tip ain't no secret, but girls commonly forget to do this after a long and tiring day. Keep a tub of facial wipes by the bedside for nights when you can't bring yourself to get out of the bed and into the bathroom for a quick rinse.

Always apply moisturizer.
Moisturizers are a great way to keep your complexion lively and hydrated all day—even if you've got oily skin. Don't scrimp on this beauty product to guarantee a natural youthful glow.

Apply sun protection.
Philippine weather can be unpredictable. It can be raining one minute, and blazing hot the next. To make sure that you're always protected from the harmful UV rays of the sun, always apply sun protection with at least SPF 30.

Get at least 7-8 hours of sleep.
Your moms and your
lolas didn't lie when they said you need your beauty sleep. Even with all the moisturizers, serums, and creams that you put on your face, if you don't get enough rest your skin will still look dull and tired.

This story originally appeared on Candymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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