10 Home Remedies to get Glowing Skin

Our hectic sedentary lifestyle and the growing pollution have taken a toll on us. With hardly any time left to take care of ourselves, our health and skin is suffering tremendously. To have a healthy, glowing skin is every woman’s dream. Glowing skin doesn’t only make you look beautiful, but is also an indicator of your overall physical and mental health. If you’re physically unhealthy or mentally stressed, it will show on your skin. Keeping in mind the busy lifestyles we have, we have compiled a list of super easy home remedies that you can actually try out to achieve a healthy, glowing skin. You’ll find all these ingredients in your kitchen and it will take you minutes to transform your skin into a flawless, picture perfect skin.

 

10. Water


Water is the most important and effortless element to get healthy, glowing skin. Drinking 8-10 glasses of water per day helps replenish your skin from within, giving it a natural glow. Drinking water also helps to eliminate the toxins and waste products from the body. The excess oils and dirt on our skin is removed by the help of water. Applying a number of beauty products will not help your skin as much as drinking a good amount of water would. Drinking water early in the morning helps produce new blood and muscle cells at a greater rate. Also, water consumption ensures that your skin is supple and prevents it from getting saggy.

9. Aloe Vera


Aloe Vera is a plant that you can grow in your backyard. It has superb benefits to offer for not just your skin, but also your hair. Aloe Vera not only helps soothe irritated skin, its anti-bacterial properties also help kill the acne causing bacteria. It also moisturises the skin. The best part about aloe vera is that you can straightaway apply the extract from the aloe vera leaf onto your skin. Allow the gel to sit on your face for about ten minutes and rinse off with lukewarm water, for a flawless glow. The aloe vera gel can also be applied to your hair roots, to make them softer and prevent hair fall.

 

8. Turmeric


Turmeric is one natural ingredient with numerous benefits that even our grandmothers have sworn by. Turmeric is popular as an excellent antiseptic. It is also a skin-lightening agent that helps minimise scars and repair infectious skin disorders. It encourages the production of collagen, which keeps the skin glowing. For best results, mix four spoons of gram flour with half a spoon of turmeric powder and a little milk to form a smooth paste. Apply the paste on your face and let it rest for about 20 minutes before rinsing it off. Repeat the procedure every week to get a nice and fresh glow.

 

7. Gram Flour (Besan)


Our skin getting tanned in this extremely hot weather is quite common. One simple way to restore our skin’s natural, healthy texture back is to use gram flour, or besan. Besan can not only to be used to make your skin healthy and glowing, but it also addresses various skin issues such as blackheads and whiteheads, tanning, sagging skin etc. To use besan as a scrub, all you have to do is to mix two tsp of besan with two tsp of oatmeal powder along with two tsp of honey and juice of half a lemon. Mix well and use it to scrub your damp face. This concoction works like magic and helps get rid of the oiliness and also tightens the pores.

6. Cucumber


One of the oldest grown crops, cucumber acts as a wonderful natural toner, thanks to its cooling properties and helps improve a dull complexion. Cucumber also functions as natural bleach and helps provide relief to sun burnt skin. It also helps in eliminating wrinkles. To make a face pack using cucumber, add a few drops of lemon juice to cucumber juice. Add pure sandalwood powder and fuller’s earth. Make a paste and apply on face and neck. Rinse off the pack after 15 minutes. This face pack works amazingly well for the skin and also helps to lighten freckles.

 

5. Coconut Oil


Coconut Oil is one ingredient that you can swear by. It is excellent not just for your hair but also your skin. It is one extremely beneficial skin moisturiser. It thoroughly moisturises the skin by seeping into the pores as soon as you apply it. Coconut oil can also be used as a makeup remover and is the simplest to use. Simply apply a thin layer of oil and dab it with a towel to remove the excess oil. People with oily skin should apply the oil and leave it for 15 minutes. After that, rinse it off with lukewarm water. People with oily skin can also use a paste of rice flour and coconut oil to exfoliate their skin.

 

4. Eggs


One kitchen ingredient that instantly shows positive results on the skin is the egg. Eggs not only help improve the skin tone and texture, but also help to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Egg packs also help tackle skin issues such as zits, blackheads and open pores. Egg packs are known to eliminate sun tan as well. To repair oily skin and blackheads, mix egg white with one tsp of cucumber juice with half a tsp of neem powder. Apply this paste on your face and neck and let it dry before you rinse it off. This face pack works excellently for oily and pimple prone skin and helps eliminate blackheads.

 

3. Milk


Milk aids bone development and promotes vital physical and mental growth. Not only that, it has also been used as a natural beauty treatment since ages. Milk is a natural, inexpensive ingredient that helps reduce skin damage, promotes skin hydration and prevents sagging of the skin. Raw milk helps add glow to the skin and functions as a natural sunscreen. To achieve a flawless, photo ready complexion, add a little turmeric to raw milk. To this, add a pinch of saffron powder and mix well. To make a thick paste, add besan. Apply it on the face, let it dry for some time and then rinse off for the perfect complexion.

 

2. Honey


Honey is not just an awesome substitute for sugar; it does much more for your skin as well! You can literally replace all your beauty products with just one thing- honey! Honey is full of antioxidants, essential nutrients and skin healing properties. It heals dry skin and keeps oily skin acne free. For a smooth skin, mix a tsp of honey and one tsp of sugar syrup. Massage well on your face and neck and rinse off after 20 minutes. This mixture helps remove dead skin from your face, and functions as a superb scrub. It leaves your skin fresh and glowing.

1. A Healthy Diet


Not really a home remedy, but one of the most important tips that you can follow to keep your skin healthy is to have a healthy diet. Did you know that your skin communicates with you and gives you signals that you just need to understand? If you’re unhealthy from the inside, your skin will never be healthy. It will be prone to acne, spots and will wither away easily. To ensure that your skin remains healthy, consume more of fruits and green leafy vegetables. Cut down on fried and fattening food and avoid sugar and soft drinks. A healthy diet is the first and the foremost step to achieve and maintain a healthy glow on your skin.

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