If you’re wondering how to get glowing skin the natural way, here are some great few tips…
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Drinking water increases your energy levels, naturally relieves headaches. Hydrated skin is glowing skin; make sure that you drink three to four liters of water a day (starting the day with cucumber infused alkaline water is a good idea) and also include fresh fruits and leafy, green vegetables in your diet.
Fruits like watermelon, peaches, papaya are naturally hydrating and will do your skin a host of good!
This is one of my go to for everything, I love coconut oil, it is one of the best oil out there guys, for everything for your skin. Make this oil a part of your beauty routine.
Tip: just half a tablespoon used on drier areas or even on your face as a moisturizer, pre-bedtime can help you get glowing skin.
This natural oils hydrate the skin without making it greasy.
Honey’s a natural substance which means that the sugar content helps retain water in the skin and helps keeping the skin hydrated, and, moisturised.
Tip: Apply a mask of raw honey on your face and rinse it off with lukewarm water after half an hour.
Turmeric is anti-inflammatory in nature and it is alkalizing which means it gets rid of deep-seated toxins. You can make besan( chickpea flour) and tumeric part of your skincare routine.
Tip: 1 tablespoon of besan with 1 tea spoon of besan (chickpea flour) and a few rose drops will get rid of clogged residue and reveal glowing skin. Or you can substitute milk for rose drops.
Green tea is known to be a wonder skincare ingredient can be consume with hot water or using it in a face pack.
Tip: combine 2 tablespoons of finely powdered green tea with 2 tablespoon of yogurt and apply it on your face.
This face pack cools and rejuvenates the skin and is especially beneficial for women with oily skin.
Invest in an aloe vera plant or Aloe vera gel (sold in most of the Indian store) I’m talking about the real one.
Tip: Applying the gel of the plant on your skin once a week can help calm your skin down.
Especially people who deals with acne or bacterial infections. It is especially suitable for those with sensitive skin whose skin turns red post waxing and threading.
There’s a direct link between blood circulation and the health of your skin. Increased blood circulation implies better skin. One way to do this is to work out and practice yoga.
Sweating is great for your skin and yoga poses like inversions can help increase circulation to your face—helping to nourish your cells and boost collagen production.
Keep your showers short and with lukewarm water.
Hot water strips your skin of moisture making your skin dry and stretchy—over time, this could spell wrinkles and fine lines.
Thank you for reading and make sure to follow the tips!
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