Natural Tips to Glow your Skin

Looking beautiful is what every woman desires. A glowing skin is a sign of good health. To get glowing skin below are some tips for you to get started.

1- Drink plenty of water. You need to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day if you want to have a beautiful skin complexion.

2- Use a good moisturizer to keep your skin soft.

3- Use facial scrubs about once or twice a week. These scrubs help exfoliate dull looking dead cells to reveal the new layer of glowing skin just below it.

4- Wash your face with facial cleanser regularly and get yourself some anti-aging cream to help prevent pre-mature aging of your skin.

5- Remove make-up before going to sleep. It is important to do or else the skin will dry up and develop wrinkles fast.

6- Avoid being in sun as you may suffer from skin burn. Too much exposure to the ultraviolet rays of the sun can affect the skin.

7- Sleep is another important key to healthy skin. Go to bed early and make sure you get enough sleep every night. At least 8 hours each night is needed to maintain a healthy skin.

Home Remedies for Glowing Skin:

Mash a banana with milk
and apply on face and leave it for 20 minutes. Wash it with cold water to get a skin that will glow.

Rub a piece of papaya on your face and neck for 15 minutes.

Mix egg white with honey and apply on the face for 20 minutes. Wash it with cold water.

Make a paste by mixing 2 tablespoon turmeric powder in orange juice. Scrub it on your face and neck and leave it for 20 minutes. Wash it with cold water.

Boil cabbage in water. Wash your face with this water.

Mix 3 teaspoons of baby oil and 2 teaspoons of sugar together. Rub your hands, feet or any body part and leave it on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse it off with warm water.
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Face is one of the most sensitive parts of human being, and face is the center of attraction of every one. Thus, people have to pay special attention to their face and skin. When it comes to skin, oily skin is one of the major issue in most youth.

Oily skin is more likely to bring blackheads, skin shine, pimples, zits, rough pores, and other embarrassing blemishes.

On the other hand, If you have oily skin, you’re really lucky. The signs of aging will not show on your face as soon as they will on dry and normal skin. This is because the oil works to keep precious moisture locked in the outermost layer of skin regions. However, the care of oily skin can be a frustrating problem.

Remember, there is no way to completely prevent oily skin from occurring, but hopefully these tips will help keep the oil and acne under control:

Tips for Oily Skin:

Wash your face as many times as you can in a day.

Wash your face with hot water. It dissolves oil more effectively than cool or lukewarm water.

Choose the right cleanser
: Whether you prefer bar soap or liquid cleansers, avoid products that have added moisturizers. Instead, you can use cleansers formulated specifically for oily skin.

Avoid eating fried and cheesy food.

Rub your face with ice-cubes and you can also try ice water mixed with lime juice and wash the face with this mixture.

Watch your diet. Eat less chocolate or sweets and reduce the use of fish and iodized salt.

Use clay masks or mud masks, it reduces greasiness and help tone your skin and draw out impurities.

Apply a mixture of rosewater, lemon juice and multani mitti on your face and after it gets dry remove or wash it off.

Grape seed oil is an excellent base oil, which is great for oily skin.

Apply on your face a mixture of cucumber juice and lemon juice mixed in the same proportion.

Take a piece of tomato and rub it on your face for removing blackheads.

Egg-white masks are said to firm the skin and soak up oil. Mix one teaspoon of honey with an egg white and stir well. Then add just enough flour to make a paste. Apply the mask to your face, avoiding the eye area. Let it dry for about ten minutes, then wash it off with warm water.

Use water-based, non-comedogenic cosmetics.

Use more glycerin-based soaps.

Use Deep Cleanser or Almond Cleansing Milk.

Throughout the day, powder your face with loose face powder, which will blot up excess oil. Don’t use pressed powder, it contains oil and it may foster blemishes or make existing acne worse.

Always remove your makeup before going to bed, but avoid cold creams and lotions, which may leave a greasy film on your skin.

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Leg Care

Every year billions of dollars are spent on expensive creams, lotions, ointments and gels in an attempt to get perfect skin and beautiful legs. BUT, this all can be done easily at home by using home products and following few simple tips.


Take hot water in a tub. Put one big spoon baking soda & one small spoon bath oil in it. Dip your legs for 15 minutes in this water, so that hard skin & corns become soft. Take your legs out of water and throw the water away.
Now take out the dead skin with the help of skin filer. Mostly the dead skin is on the heel & on the spherical bone. Pumic stone can also be used to remove the dead skin.
Now apply moisturiser in legs & massage them properly. After so much cleansing, legs will soke the moisturising lotion easily & the skin of that area will not become hard easily. This moistness will make the skin of legs soft & smooth.

Massage almond oil into your legs everyday after a shower as a natural moisturizer. Almond oil not only deeply moisturizes your skin, but can work to relieve pain and reduce the swelling of tired legs and feet.

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Herbal Foot Care


A beautiful and healthy feet is true reflection of your personality. Feet are the part of the body that speaks volumes on a person’s personality.

In the complete human body feet are the mist strained and worked out part, but inspite of this are the most neglected one also. Lack of proper care for feet result in many problems like corns and bunions, cracks, infections and ingrown nails.

You have to regularly take care of your feet. Massaging the feet each night with oil is relaxing and keeps them soft and supple.

Herbal Tips:

Walking barefoot
on rough surfaces or excessive exposure of bare feet to the sun, wind or water causes cracks on the heels and soles, which cause dryness and roughness of the feet.

For smelly feet
, an alternate day soak in warm water mixed with lavender oil and a pinch of salt, works wonders. It is a nerve relaxant as well.

A few drops of vinegar, mixed with 50 grams of curd, when rubbed thoroughly on heels, between toes and all over the feet, then left to stay for 10 minutes; will cleanse the feet well, removing all dead cells, when washed off.

Use cornstarch as a foot powder to help absorb moisture and reduce friction. Add some ground lavender flowers or orris root powder for scent, if you like.
Use a pumice stone on your heels after a footbath to remove dry, dead skin. Wet and rub in a circular motion.
Give yourself an occasional foot and hand massage, using herbal massage oils, very relaxing and softening at the same time.
Make sure your nails are perfectly dry before applying polish, or you'll promote fungus.

To soften rough feet, try this regimen every night before going to bed, for two weeks. Dip the feet in warm water containing a teaspoon of (preferably herbal) shampoo and one teaspoon of baking powder. Let them soak for 10- 15 minutes, before drying them. Apply a foot cream and then go to sleep.

A mixture of glycerine and rose water applied every night before bedtime helps keep feet soft and glowing, especially the heels.
Almond oil massaged onto feet before bedtime keeps cracks and dry skin at bay, especially during winters.
Application of Aloe Vera gel on your feet daily will keep them well moisturised and free of diseases like athlete’s foot.

Apply a mixture of 1 teaspoon of mango tree sap and 1 tablespoon water to the cracked skin.

Wash and dry feet daily. Remove dead skin cells by gently scrubbing corns, calluses and heels with a pumice stone.


A easy pedicure which is fast and effective
can be done easily at home. It is herbal and natural and fast acting. Add a few (four to five) drops of vinegar to four or five table spoons (40-50 grams) of curd and mix well in a dish. Rub this mixture well on the feet, ankles, heels and the soles of the feet especially between the toes.
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Tips for Hands Care


Hands tells everything about yourself, how you take care of your body.

Hands are the first part of the body to show your age and need quiet a lot of pampering and care to keep off wrinkles and keep them looking young, soft and beautiful.


The skin on your hand is thin and delicate, therefore take special care of them.

Do not let the skin on hands dry and moisturize them often to keep off the wrinkles.

Wear gloves every time you wash dishes or handwash clothing. Use it while you do gardening as well.

Put lotion on your hands after you wash them every time to keep mosturized.

Sun exposure damage skin so use sunscreen lotion on hands before heading out.
Use a mild pH soap like Dove when washing your hand.

Use hand cream often, it protects your hands.
Get manicure done often that practice good sanitation.  

Warm hands are key to better skin and good health. Cold hands often lead to colds and flu infections.

Mix glycerin, lemon juice and a few drops of rose water and use it to massage your hands every other day.


For dry hands after washing your hands with soap, wet them again. Pour salt on your hands and then scrub them under water. Dry hands and apply moisturizer on them.
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Lip Care


Everyone wants to look good, and to look good you need to take care of yourself from Tip to Toe.

Lip Care is one of those and being the most sensitive part of the body, Lips need more attention.


Drink plenty of water to keep your lips moisturized.

Always apply a natural lip balm to protect your lips.

Apply a thin coat of natural balm on your lips before applying lipsticks.

Try not to lick your lips or remove the skin with your fingers. It irritates the skin, and slows down any efforts we invest in lip care.

Remove your lipstick before going to bed using a herbal cleanser.

Make sure you take vitamin supplements. Often, cracks in the corner of the mouth indicate a deficiency of Vitamin B2.

Grind rose petals to a smooth paste and mix it with fresh cream and apply. It cures dry or chapped lips.

Massage with chilled milk cream and wash it off after 1 hour.

Massage your lips with a little glycerin mixed with a little rose water for soft lips.

Apply honey and wash it off after 15 minutes to cure chapped lips.

Honey mixed with a little lemon juice helps to lighten dark lips

Soak 2-3 almonds overnight. In the morning, peel its skin and grind it to smooth paste. Add a little fresh cream and 2-3 drops of lemon juice to it and apply it regularly to cure dark lips. 

Mix Olive Oil, Sugar, and Honey. Take your finger and spread on lips. This mixture makes them super soft.

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