4 Tips for Glowing Skin

Winter is here and so does the skin dryness with increasing cold. Though there’s so much to love about winters, such as cozy bed and beautiful snow, the dry and cold air during this weather requires a little extra care of the skin than usual. A drop in temperature can drain the skin of its natural moisture, thereby resulting in dryness. Those with dry skin are at an increased risk of experiencing various skin problems such as redness, itchiness, and rough and dry patches. In this post, we discuss some natural beauty tips to keep you healthy and avoid potential skin problems during winter.

1. Stay Hydrated

Hydrating your body is one of the most essential natural remedies for a glowing skin. Take at least 2ltr of water every day, as it flushes out toxins from your body, thereby making it look refreshed. If you are a caffeine addict, try cutting down your caffeine intake as it dehydrates skin. Alcohol too can have the adverse effect, therefore, swap those extra peg of whiskey or vodka with a glass of water or a cup of green tea for that matter.

2. Apply Natural Facepacks

Nature is rife with countless natural skin care products. Fruits such as papaya, lemon, banana, and avocado contain antioxidants, vitamins and other essential nutrients that are good for skin. Applying neem face pack or fruit packs keep the natural moisture intact also works as a remedy for various skin problems, such as skin looseness, dryness, dead skin, rashes, and itchiness.

3. Follow a Healthy Diet

They say what you eat is what shows on your skin. Your diet has a major impact on your skin, which is why you need to watch what type of food you are feeding to your body. Consume veggies, such as cucumbers, sweet potatoes, carrots, red peppers, and pumpkins as they have high water content. Most dermatologists recommend increasing the intake of food rich in omega-3 fats such as salmon, walnuts, and spinach. Lastly, cut down on the salt intake as it dehydrates your body.

4. Stay Away From Chemicals  

Chemicals in soaps or facewash are a bane for skin that disturbs the PH balance. Avoid soaps and shower gels that contain sulfates as they can strip the skin of its protective oils, thereby, exposing it to various problems. Substitute skin care products that contain alcohol, harsh chemicals with ayurvedic and organic products that include essential oils. Using aloe vera gel on your body helps in keeping the skin soft and moist throughout the day.

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