Easy Skin Care Home Remedies with Simple Home Tips for Summers




Skin is very vital part of our body and today's everyone is so fond of good skin. Everyone take many treatments for getting good skin and use tons of chemicals so that a flawless skin is the result but the result of these costly  treatments and cosmetics is flawless skin or not its a big question mark in our minds. We all gets attracted with the TV advertisements and branded parlours or costly facials or cleanups so easily but we never once thought that our skin like these chemicals or not. The best way to treat our pocket and our skin is. STOP putting chemicals on you face!!! Let it breath. Home remedies are best to make the skin regain its glow. Proper diet, drinking lots of water, exercise, skin exfoliation and off course skin care is the best treatment we can give to our skin.
Dull skin is usually a result of a layer of dead cells on the skin surface. Skin cells naturally shed off, but an individual can help speed up this process by exfoliating at least weekly. Some other causes that aggravate a dull skin include:




  • Eat healthy, drink atleast 8-10 glasses of water to get rid of excess oils and impurities on the skin. 
  • Exercise also help in clearing the skin as it regulates the blood supply and the sweat cleans out the pores from impurities and sebum (oil).
  • A long brisk walk is really healthy in many ways but believe it or not it also helps in clear skin...it  regulates the blood circulation, which means fresh blood pumping through out the body. Cells get fresh blood which means more oxygen, which mean faster chemical reactions, faster regeneration of cell, which leads to new and clean skin cells.
  • Cleanse your face with a mild cleansing facewash every night before bed. Keep the skin moisturized as too oily skin can cause acne as well as too dry skin as it can get irritated and also bacteria can get stuck in flaky skin.
  • If you are sensitive to cleansers then wash your face with Chicpea powder paste as it acts as a natural scrub plus toner. It will scrubs away dead skin and also controll oil.
  • Avoid too much chocolate and nuts....anything which has a very warm effect will cause acne and spots.
  • Sun exposure. The skin loses its vibrancy when sun exposure is frequent.
  • Poor diet. The skin loses its elasticity with a diet low in vitamin, minerals, or fatty acids.
  • Dry, cold climate. During winter, the skin loses its natural moisture and may even flake.
  • Application of cucumber juice prior to bedtime can be applied at effective areas. The effect is maximized when applied each night.
  • Cold water. Never wash the face using hot water. Lukewarm to cold water is preferred.
  • Egg yolk. Applying egg yolk to the face as a mask can help revitalize the skin and deeply moisture it.
  • Honey. A natural moisturizer, honey can be applied to dull areas of the face and washed off after using for 15 minutes. This can also help solve problems of dryness. Equal amounts of honey and lemon can be used to lighten the skin.
  • Loofah. Dried and dehydrated papaya can be used as a natural Loofah or body brush. Religious use can help get rid of dead skin cells.
  • Lime. Direct application of a slice of lime can help lighten or even out dark areas of the skin. Individuals can do this at night. It is important to wash it in the morning upon waking up. This works as a natural bleach which can be done at least once a month.
  • Oatmeal. This mixture can work as a natural facial scrub.
  • An excellent face pack is made by using apricots. You can mash the apricots and apply to the skin. This will serve to exfoliate the skin as well as keep it nourished. 
  • A paste of spearmint leaves and water can also be used on the face twice a day. This will bring positive results in about a week. 
  • Gram flour is an effective remedy for treating dull skin. It lightens the complexion in addition to making it soft and supple. 
  • Another beneficial remedy is to soak a few almonds overnight and after peeling them, use them to make a paste by adding some milk. 
  • A diet rich in fresh green vegetables and fruits will also help to keep the skin glowing and healthy.
  • Use calamine lotion. If your pimples are rash-like, apply calamine lotion and let dry over night.
  • Use tea tree oil. Its the best antiseptic for dealing with pimples. Drop a little cotton swab and hold it on the pimple for a minute or two.
  • Apply toothpaste. Take a little toothpaste (not gel, it doesn't work) and dab it on your pimple. Leave it on overnight.
  • Use a potato. In a major breakout emergency, rub half a potato all over your face. Leave the raw potato juice on fr 20 to 30 minutes. Rinse with cold water.
  • Make a salt solution. Combine 1/4 teaspoon table salt with one cup of lukewarm water. Dip a piece of gauze into the mixture, then lightly press it against the blemish for one minute. The salt solution will help bring down swelling and eliminate redness.
  • Treat back break-outs. Wash area with dish washing detergent. Yes, what it does for dishes (cuts the grease out) it can do it for your back- and chest-breakouts. Apply it with a bath brush, not with your hands. Follow with a application of benzoyl peroxide.
These are some tips so that you can have healthy. bright and flawless skin so use them and enjoy with your healthy skin and happy life....


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