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Home remedies for glowing skin

Your kitchen has a lot of ingredients that can restore your skin’s beauty and can offer radiant looking skin. Even though these home remedies are not scientifically proven, they are being used by people for a very long time to achieve glowing skin.

A. Raw Milk

Mix raw milk with rose water and apply it evenly on the face. Wash off with lukewarm water after 15 minutes.

B. Besan

Mix besan (gram flour), turmeric, lemon and curd to form a thick paste. Apply it on the face and wash off after 20 minutes.

C. Lemon

Lemon can be used in combination with honey, sugar or coffee powder to help in exfoliating the skin.

D. Potato

Blend potato juice with honey and apply it on your face. Wash it off after 15 minutes.

E. Aloe vera

You can use aloe vera gel alone or in combination with honey or lemon to get glowing skin instantly.

* Stay Hydrated

You’ve heard it a million times. But we would like to repeat the importance of drinking water. Water forms the crux of your skin’s natural barrier. When there is water loss from this barrier, your skin is prone to damage.

Drink 2-3 liters of water every day and see what wonders it can do to your skin. Your skin not only glows but is also soft and supple as it is hydrated.

Sound Sleep

Adequate sleep assists in cell turnover and exfoliation. Remember to get 7-8 hours of sound sleep for glowing skin. Lack of sleep can result in puffy eyes and dark circles.

Collagen is a skin protein that gives skin its strength. When you get enough sleep, collagen production is stimulated. This makes your skin look younger and plump.

Quit Smoking And Alcohol

Tobacco accelerates the natural aging process, making you look older. Alcohol destroys the supply of vitamin A to your bloodstream. Vitamin A is important in collagen stimulation, which is necessary for the skin’s strength. In the absence of vitamin A, skin tends to age faster.

Did you know that cigarette smoke contains 7000 chemicals and some of them are carcinogenic compounds (cancer-causing)? Smoking is also linked to psoriasis, a skin condition resulting in red, dry and patchy skin, uneven skin tone, discolored nails and staining.