Remember the days when having beautiful skin was exclusively a woman’s priority and skincare was like having water? Everyone nowadays wishes for soft, smoother, and, of course, blemish-free radiant skin. With our heavy workload, inconsistent nutritional status, little sleep, and contamination getting immaculate and picture-perfect, radiant skin has become tough, if not impossible.
Whilst the market is flooded with skin and skincare products treatments, nothing compares to the richness and wholesomeness of natural goods. So, get into your kitchen now and make some of these simple home remedies that claim to give you beautiful skin!
When it comes to skincare, aloe-vera can do wonders. It contains anti-inflammatory effects and may encourage the formation of new cells. Aloe-vera also hydrates and calms without plugging pores. Applying after washing your face every day may help give your skin a healthy shine.
Please note that Aloe-vera can cause allergic reactions. Rub a little quantity on your forearm initially, and if there is no response after 24 hours, it should be okay to use.
Every time (and we mean – ALWAYS) wash your makeup before hitting the hay. That’s the first step towards your skincare routine. Overnight, the skin needs a break. And makeup inhibits this since keeping it on overnight clogs pores, causing pimples and/or blackheads. You don’t have a makeup remover? Simply dab some olive oil on a cotton pad and gently rub it over your face to remove makeup and grime.
Turmeric, which has anti-bacterial characteristics, is a magnificent spice that will never fail you down. Turmeric is a potent antioxidant that aids in the production of that beautiful glow. It contains curcumin, which is an anti-inflammatory substance that aids in the removal of swelling. Turmeric not only helps your skin glow but also rejuvenates it and keeps dull skin at bay.
Turmeric not only removes free radicals that harm the skin but also boosts collagen formation, which maintains the skin soft and smooth and youthful.
Forget about exfoliation is necessary. Exfoliate your skin at least once or twice a week to eliminate dead skin layers, which will leave you with a healthier glow and brighter skin. You may also exfoliate your skin by making a mixture of chickpea flour and yoghurt since the antioxidants in chickpea help eliminate debris and create glowing skin.
If you exercise frequently, it’s critical to replenish the liquids your body loses via perspiration. Drinking the required quantity of water each day (about 8 glasses or 2 litres) leaves your skin moisturized and can help keep it from getting parched, wrinkled, and losing its delicate, healthy-looking shine.
So, what’s on your agenda today?