A major indicator of healthy skin is a natural glow. But factors like stressful lifestyle; hectic work schedule, inadequate sleep, and lack of nutritional diet, pollution, harmful sun rays, excessive smoking and drinking alcohol make your skin dull and dry.
But with lockdown in our country, we are already at home and can make our skin glowing and perfect. Here are some home remedies for glowing skin. However, these remedies and tips cannot make your skin glow overnight. You need to follow the tips and use the remedies in the recommended quantity over a due course to see significant results.
ORANGE JUICE –
Orange juice detoxifies the body. Its vitamin C content clears your complexion, giving you glowing skin.
Juice the oranges and add black pepper and salt to taste before drinking it. Drink a glass of orange juice every day.
DRINK PLENTY OF WATER –
It is very important that you drink 10-12 glasses of water daily as it helps to flush the toxins out of your system. The skin needs to receive enough water to be hydrated, soft and supple.
ROSE WATER –
Rosewater is a commonly used skin toner. It cleanses and refreshes the skin. It brightens the skin tone by stimulating blood circulation. It also balances the pH level of the skin. Keep the rose water in the fridge for half an hour. Dip the cotton ball and apply it over the face and repeat this every morning and evening.
Honey has soothing and humectants effects. It moisturizes your skin, retards wrinkle formation, and keeps it looking youthful. Apply honey evenly on clean and damp skin. Massage it for a few minutes and leave it on for another five minutes. Wash the honey off with lukewarm water. You can do this every alternate day.
MOISTURIZE YOUR SKIN REGULARLY –
The skin on your face, ears, and neck are very sensitive to UV rays and other environmental hazards. These areas shed cells more often and rapidly than other parts of the body. Therefore, it needs more moisture to repair and rejuvenate itself.