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Summer is Here with a Bang – Here’s Simple Skincare Tips to Get Your Glow On!

It is that time of the year when cotton is your go-to fabric, suede shoes are packed away and you cannot leave the house without your umbrella.

Yes, summertime is here! While it may be the time to eat ice-creams, seasonal fruits and revel in pool parties, the hot and scorching heat of the sun can severely damage your skin. Oily skill becomes oilier and skin will be infested with pimples and breakouts, rashes and acne. Skin tanning and clogging of the pores are some more skin problems that come with the season.

Fortunately, by making a few simple changes in your skin care regime, you can ensure a glowing, youthful-looking skin through the summer season.

So, is your interest piqued? Keep reading to know natural remedies based on naturopathy that will make your skin radiate and glisten in the sun.

Water Therapy

Nothing works as wonderfully as water. Along with quenching your third, water helps to flush out all the waste and toxins accumulated in your body. So, treat yourself to a lot of fluids like, coconut water, fruit juices, buttermilk, green tea or simply plain water. Being loaded with fluids will help decrease the heat level and keep your body hydrated and cool. Fluids will also help in detoxifying your skin and keeping it soft, supple and clear.

Follow a Summer-friendly Diet

What you eat is what shows on your face. Avoid munching on too much of snacks and limit your salt intake because salt tends to have a dehydrating effect. Include cucumber, watermelon, lettuce and oranges in your diet as these are food items that have a high concentration of water, nutrients and anti-oxidants. For strengthening your immune system and decreasing stress level, eat a lot of green vegetables.

Since summers are already very hot, it will be good to control your meat intake. Meat is often difficult to digest and can lead to raising the body temperature, leading to ugly pimples.

Indulge in Steam Therapy

Yes, it is summer and no, it is not crazy to give yourself a steam therapy. In fact, most wellness and retreat centers are equipped with a sauna as steam is beneficial in opening clogged pores. It can also remove all the accumulated dirt from the skin and make your skin softer, as well as, clearer. Moreover, steam therapy works for all skin types.

Homemade Mask for Tan Removal

Summer means skin tan and you cannot avoid it. Even if you apply copious amounts of sunscreen, there is still a chance that your skin will become tanned after repeated exposure to the sun.

In order to remove the tan, make a homemade paste mixing 2 to 3 almonds, 2 teaspoons of milk and 1 teaspoon of lime juice. Apply it and leave the pack overnight. Wash your face in the morning with lukewarm water. Along with removing the tan, this will also give your face a radiant glow.

Alternatively, you can also apply a mixture of lemon juice and honey in equal quantities. Leave the mixture on your face for twenty minutes. This is regarded as one of the most effective ways of removing tan. You may also choose to apply cucumber juice to help soothe and neutralize your skin.

Exercise, Exercise and Exercise!

Exercising is not only for the winter time. You must make it a habit to exercise in the wee hours of the day to get rid of toxins. In case you feel too lazy to do hardcore exercise, try walking as much as you can. Since exercising improved blood circulation and promotes the supply of blood, the skin gets a healthy and natural glow.

So, follow the aforementioned skip tips for summer and flaunt your beautiful looking skin in full glory! Better yet, spend a week or weekend at a wellness center situated amidst greenery to cleanse your toxins from the inside and out. Also, such centers offering naturopathic treatments will be able to guide you on natural skin therapies and remedies.

Is there any special skin regime that you use during the summers? Share it here so that people in need can benefit from it!


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