The first point of call in making your skin to shine is understanding the type of skin you have. You wouldn't want a situation whereby you want your skin to glow you start making use of regimen that is not suitable for it. Find out if your skin is the type that can shine, because it's not all the skin that can shine naturally.
It is of common knowledge that dried skin don't shine as much as oily skin. Where do yours fall? Oily or dried skin? If you've ascertained you skin to be oily, that means it already a skin type that shines naturally. But if it's not shinning as you wants it to be, you should make use of petroleum jelly to bring out that lustrousness from it.
On the other side, if it's dried skin, it pretty difficult to make this type of skin to shine. But it doesn't mean it can't shine at all. You can simply perform physically activities from time to time that will bring out sweat from it, thereby opening the pores on the skin responsible for producing oil. Plus, you can take your bath less frequently since dried skin is not the type that sweats profusely. This is necessary to avoid washing off the oil on its surface, which is needed for the shinning purpose.
Finally, after taking your bath, apply petroleum jelly on it. This would compliment the other regimen described above. And in no time your skin would start to glow.