The desire to have a glowing skin is felt by every girl and woman. They want to look good. Ayurveda does heal as well as protect one’s skin in a natural way without any side effects. The impact is long lasting.
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Ayurvedic Beauty Tips for Glowing Skin
1. Eat lots of vegetables
Have a proper nourished diet as it is good for one’s skin cells. Eat fresh and healthy veggies which have high water content in it such as cucumber, lettuce, carrot, radish, etc. Having right food does help regenerate one’s skin cells, thus reducing skin problems, making one’s one digestion easy. It makes the skin smooth as well as glowing.
2. Keep one’s skin Hydrated
One’s skin does need to stay hydrated in order to maintain the glow but the unfortunate truth is that water does reach one’s organs before reaching one’s skin. One can keep one’s skin healthy by applying rose water to one’s face and also drink green tea as it is herbal and also good for one’s skin. We have many Ayurveda face packs for glowing skin
3. Get one’s beauty sleep daily
One’s skin also does need rest. One needs to at least seven to eight hours of sleep. No electronic devices should disturb one’s deep and disturbance-free rest. Lack of sleep also does cause dark circles and that no girl or woman wants.
4. Yoga and Meditation
A relaxed body, as well as mind, does reduce stress and also eases one’s mind as well as a soul. Regular yoga and meditation will indeed help one get rid of tension, stress, worries as well as anxiety. Go in for messages frequently. Do make use of herbal oil or organic oil for massage that will calm down one’s skin and make one’s skin sheen as well as radiant.
5. Remove Acne or scar
Use fresh aloe vera gel on the face for a smooth skin and it will remove the scar and acne from one’s face.
6. Cleanse with Raw Milk
It is a natural skin toner and acts as a cleanser as well as a moisturizer. One is also able to get rid of skin impurities for a subtle glowing skin. Take a bowl of raw milk and cleanse one’s skin with cotton ball. A little amount of lemon juice can also be added to expedite the process of one’s clear as well as smooth skin.
4. Staying Hydrated: Water is good detoxifier for one’s skin. It adds sheen to one’s skin and flushes out toxins from the body as well as reduces stress.
7. Moisturizing Skin pack
Ayurvedic face pack does help in exfoliation and boosts cell turnover, and thus helps in retaining moisture. Massaging one’s face in circular motions, the face packs are good for oily skin, acne as well as pimples.
8. Sandalwood and turmeric
Brides use this on the wedding day for a toned as well as glowing skin. It makes the skin look fairer.
Natural humectants which are a substance that does promote retention of moisture, it is also helpful in avoiding wrinkles as well as dryness.
8. Dr. Vaidyas HerboCharm
This is acknowledged as one of the most trusted Ayurvedic brands for wellness and beauty skin care. It is a unique mix of herbs.
10. Rosewater and Multani Mitti
Rosewater leaves the skin smooth and soft. It is good for oily skin.
11. Aloe Vera
This has anti-inflammatory properties and exfoliates and also deeply cleanses the toxins from the skin, thus getting rid of acne scars.
It is good as well as effective Ayurvedic medicine for the skin allergy and will provide relief from various skin ailments such as acne, boils, eczema etc.
13. Eat Healthily
One must eat plenty of vegetables, fruits, and nuts for a supple and glowing skin. The high water level content of the veggies as well as fruits, Omega-3s, and fiber content in the nuts, does keep one’s digestive habits healthy.
14. Beauty Sleep
Problems can affect one’s sleep as well as stress. This makes the skin lose its elasticity or add wrinkles. One must get proper sleep for healthy skin.
Moisturize one’s face with coconut oil and whip up facial masks. It is cooling in nature and can make the face mask of it to treat dry and irritated skin. One can go in for castor oil mask.
16. Exfoliate with sugar
Sugar helps boost cell turnover and also helps in retaining moisture, and cools the skin in summer. One can mix it with cooling, rejuvenating herbs and botanicals such as rose petals, slippery elm, and bhringraj, for a facial scrub.
17. Use rosewater as a toner
Rosewater spray smells good and makes one feel great. Roses make the skin cool, soft and supple.
18. Neem oil
Apply it with a cotton swab on pimples or spots of minor inflammation. It is very cooling.
19. Practice oil pulling
Swishing sesame or coconut oil instead of Listerine has indeed become a super popular practice of late. A healthy mouth does boost oral hygiene and this reflects on overall health.
20. Use a raw silk gharshana glove or natural bristle dry brush on one’s body
It is nice to have a well toned and firm skin. For Vata and Pitta skin types (dry or sensitive skin), one can use a raw silk gharshana glove for an effective but rather less abrasive form of exfoliation. For Kapha skin type (thicker, oily skin), do make use of a natural bristle brush. Starting with one’s feet, massage upward, in circular motions toward the heart. Then rinse off.
21. The art of self-massage
Massage reduces stress. Ayurvedic massage does help a lot to relax and it moisturizes the skin and makes it look radiant.
22. Know one’s dosha
The Ayurvedic constitution does focus on skin type- the three doshas: Vata, Pitta, Kapha. Vata is thin, dry, fine-pored, delicate as well as wrinkle-prone; Pitta is indeed susceptible to rashes, breakouts, and rosacea if out of balance; and Kapha is rather thicker and oilier, prone to enlarged pores, blackheads, pimples as well as eczema.