Tips for natural skin care

Our skin is the reflection of our health and vitality, physical, mental and emotional well-being. Radiant, glowing skin indicates good health, a positive attitude and vibrates self-confidence. On the other hand, dull and blemished skin shows an unhealthy body, a stressful lifestyle, and a neglect of one’s personality.

Who doesn’t want to look good, and good looks start with good skin. You may think that it is not such a big problem; There are several products on the market to make the skin beautiful and glowing in a jiffy. But as you use them, you also have to realize that this is not the case. These cosmetic products have temporary effects on the skin, have many side effects, are very expensive, and are not suitable for all skin types. So what is the output? This is where we come to our discussion topic, taking care of the skin in a natural way which is natural skin care.

Natural skin care is not just about using skin products produced without chemicals; it is an ongoing process resulting from a healthy lifestyle, correct diet, and off course correct skin products to be applied directly.

First of all, the natural way to take care of the skin begins with some lifestyle changes that we must take care of.

Get enough sleep: ‘beauty sleep’ is not just a saying; its meaning goes much further. Like the rest of the body, for healthy skin, adequate sleep is essential. At least 7-8 hours of sleep (hours vary from person to person), ensures a relaxed mind and body, normal blood flow, takes care of all the wear and tear during the day, energizes you and restores your glow by the morning. Dark circles around the eyes, blotchy skin, and a lifeless appearance to the face are side effects of not getting enough sleep. So turn off the TV, unplug your laptop, and leave the party in time for a good night’s sleep.

Get moving: Now that you’ve had enough sleep, it’s also time to do some exercises. Be active, walk, jog, exercise, go to the gym, stretch during office hours too, take the stairs, do anything to keep moving. Inactivity affects the skin by promoting puffiness and puffiness, cellulite, and loss of muscle tone. Exercise also helps us relax and de-stress, both of which are necessary for healthy skin.

Drink plenty of water: Water helps detoxify the body system, bathes cells, removes waste products, aids in digestion, purifies the blood, and the list goes on and on. The point is to have at least 2 liters of water a day, avoid carbonated and sugary drinks, and have fresh juices and soups as an additional source of fluids.

For glowing and smooth skin, drinking honey mixed with lukewarm water in the morning helps a lot.

Second, a natural way to take care of the skin by eating well. Let’s discuss some basic points:

Have a lot of fiber: Eating foods rich in fiber helps good digestion and constipation is fully controlled. This removes the root of many skin problems like acne, psoriasis, blemished skin, etc. we should have plenty of fruits, fresh vegetables, whole grains, and salad. The idea is to reduce processed food and fast food because they contain almost no fiber. Eating things in their natural form is the mantra for getting the most out of it.

Reduce Excess Sugar – The more sugar we eat, the more sugar enters our bloodstream. Over time, this results in a process in which glucose molecules damage the protein molecule by sticking to it. This causes damage to collagen, cartilage and ligaments, thus forming wrinkles. So next time you add that second spoonful of sugar to your tea/coffee or go for a bite of your favorite sweet… think again!

Get some good fats – these are the fats needed to build cells, membranes, hormones, etc. A lack of good fats can lead to eczema, acne, and dry skin. The sources to obtain these fats are cold-water fish, walnut oil, flaxseed oil, walnuts; You can also try fish oil supplements.

Apart from these basic dietary requirements, we need to have a balanced diet that contains Vitamins, Minerals, Proteins, Fats, all the essential ingredients that make up a proper diet. This is absolutely vital for a healthy body and mind along with smooth, glowing skin.

Last but not least, we come to the most interesting part of our discussion. Natural skin care products to apply regularly for best results. According to the classic definition of natural skin care products, these are products found and used in their natural or raw form, without chemicals, and manufactured in such a way as to preserve the integrity of the ingredient.

There are many products, which can be bought in the market, manufactured by reputed companies. But the best thing is to spend a little time and prepare some easy recipes to take care of common skin problems and daily cleansing and toning.

Tips for skin care:

· Stop using soap on the face (if possible, also on the body). Use chickpea flour and milk to make a paste. Gently apply and rub a little, then wash off with water. Believe me, it’s much better than any soap!!

Massage the body with mustard oil 10 minutes before bathing, and then take a warm bath. Your skin will be hydrated and soft.

Massage your body with milk. Milk moisturizes your skin naturally.

· For daily cleansing, mix sandalwood powder with rose water and add 4-5 drops of milk, then apply to face and body. After 10 minutes, take a warm bath.

Heat honey and mix with lemon juice, then apply to face. Allow it to dry and then wash it off with lukewarm water. Refreshes and cleanses your skin.

To prepare the natural lye, mix lemon juice into milk. Then massage it into your face and body. Whiten your skin naturally.

· To remove suntan, mix cucumber juice with tomato juice, rub into skin, wash with cold water.

Mix milk cream with flour, apply that paste on your skin, then wash it off to get smooth skin.

These are the basic ways to take care of the skin naturally. The shine and luminosity that comes with practicing natural care is for all to see and is everlasting. Just remember: beauty is not skin deep…it still starts with the skin!