Tips And Home Remedies For Glowing Skin

If you love watching Glamrs videos and would like to be notified every time we drop a new one, please bash that bell icon below How to get glowing skin during the monsoon? Because of the humidity during the monsoon the skin does look dull so, what you need to do is exfoliate your skin

When the dead skin cells stick to your skin, it stops the skin from glowing So all you have to do is change your face wash The face wash needs to contain ingredients that exfoliate the skin and use it 3 times a week So that all the superficial dead cells are removed and then use an oil free gel moisturizer post because dullness of the skin can also occur due to dryness And of course sunscreen At night use creams or serums that have 15% Vitamin C

Here's a DIY for glowing skin Take dry coarse, grinded moong dal keep it in your bathroom splash some water, take some in your hand make a paste and apply and gently rub it on your face That's your natural, chemical free exfoliant which gives great results and you can use it daily So this ones for dry skin for this you'll need 5 to 6 blanched almonds, half a cup of cream, 2 tsp of sesame oil and one tsp tulsi powder For oil skin you'll need 3 tsp of chick pea flour, 2 tsp of sandalwood powder, one tsp fennugreek seeds and one fourth tsp turmeric powder

You can mix this with rose water For pigmented skin you'll need 2 tbs of besan, 1 tbs of cucumber juice, half a tsp of turmeric powder, one fourth cup red lentil paste, one tbs of sandal wood powder and some oats Mix all these ingredients to form a smooth paste It should not be watery or too thick and then apply it on your face in circular motions Leave it on for 5-10 minutes and just wash it off with lukewarm water you'll see your face shine bright like a star

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