Beauty Tips for Glowing Skin and Common Home Remedies

A healthy body can only produce a glowing and radiant skin. Skin is the largest sense organ of the body that provides the first line of defense in protecting the essential organs. Moreover, the overall personality and appearance of a person is greatly dependent on the healthy and glowing skin. Skin care regime is equally important both for men and women as a blemished, scarred or tanned skin devaluates the image of the individual.

Natural beauty tips
Drinking plenty of water throughout the day keeps the skin cells hydrated and makes the skin smooth and supple.
Include plenty of fresh green vegetables and fruits rich in Vitamin A, C and E and other minerals. These help in revitalizing the skin and prevent aging and wrinkles.
Use mild soaps rich in fatty acids while bathing to maintain the oil-balance of the skin.
Food like nuts, sprouts and egg yolk are rich in biotin that helps in maintaining healthy skin.
Food rich in omega 3 fatty acids like tuna, salmon etc are also beneficial.
Occasional exfoliation is required to remove the dead cell layers from the skin. A mixture of powdered orange peels and rose water helps in the exfoliation process that restores the natural glow of the skin.
Regular cleansing and toning of the face must be done to remove all the dirt and grime. Make ups should be cleaned duly before going to bed.
Applying mashed carrots and beetroots on the skin makes it soft and supple. Drinking the juices of these vegetables is also beneficial for the skin.
Application of cucumber packs soothes the skin and helps in removing the tired looks from the face. Cucumber reduces face tans, wrinkles and freckles of the face.
Apply sunscreen lotions or sun blocks before stepping outdoors. Umbrellas and sunglasses also provide the required protection for the sensitive skin.
Massaging the body with coconut oil before shower keeps the skin soft and supple.
Moisturizers and lotions of reputed brands must be applied immediately after shower to prevent the loss of moisture from the skin.

This sounds like it has nothing to do with your skin, right? Most people tend to stress and worry too much, which affects their skin negatively in ways like dryness, blemishes, acne or premature aging. By meditating for example 15 minutes every morning you set the tone for the day and get more relaxed over time, which has great effects on the skin.
The first point on the list of nutrition tips is the intake of right vitamins in appropriate quantity. Vitamin A is essential for maintenance of skin tissues and vitamin D for the formation of the skin. To protect the skin against the harmful effects of the sun and other free radicals that are present in the atmosphere, one needs help of vitamin C and E.

Home Remedies
Make a paste of Multani Mitti and Gulab Jal and apply it on your face and other parts of skin you want to glow. Apply it near your face to get rid of dark circle near eyes.
Face Mask For Oily Skin: Make a paste of papaya Pulp and lemon juice and apply on your face for 15 minutes and then wash it off.
Wrap a grated raw potato under your eye for 15 minutes. wipe off the residue and apply an eye cream. It will remove dark circle under your eye.
Glowing Facial Mask: Make a paste of fuller’s earth, honey and mashed papaya and apply on your face. When it starts to dry then wash if off.

Make a paste of banana and milk and apply on your skin for 20 minutes and wash it off
Apply sweetie on your face and about skin. Your skin will be smoother and glowing.
Make a paste of turmeric powder (Haldi) and orange juice. Scrub it on your face and neck and wash if off with cold water.
Apply Vaseline on your body to keep your skin glowing.