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How to get beautiful skin? How to make your skin glow with bathing beauty tips and tricks and natural remedies?

Updated on March 21, 2014

Bathing Impact!

Bathing is not just sitting in a tub. It may be one of the important natural ways to take good care of skin for a natural glow. A good bath not only cleanses the body but also relaxes the mind. Everyday proper bathing, helps to maintain good personal hygiene, especially morning bath keeps us refreshed whole day long, and after day’s long hectic routine, nothing is much more relaxing than a refreshing, soothing evening bath.

How to get beautiful skin? How to make your skin glow with bathing beauty tips and tricks and natural remedies?

Everybody wants to have a soft, beautiful, glowing skin because it enhances our looks and reflects our inner health too. If we don’t bathe in a proper way, it may cause our skin to become dull, dry, patchy or sometimes oily, greasy and acne prone. There are lots of best natural remedies that help our skin become soft, glowing and beautiful. Besides following those best natural remedies, in our daily skin care routine, we should also adopt and follow them in our bathing routine too. This article is all about simple and natural way to learn that, How to get beautiful skin? How to make your skin glow with bathing beauty tips and tricks and natural remedies?

Bathing properly is also the best way to increase our skin beauty. Although there are pre-requisites to a healthy and glowing skin. Eating right and bathing right is also essential. Bathing is one of the basic requirements of the glowing, beautiful skin. So let’s share some best simple, natural remedies that can be of great help to make our skin soft, glowing and beautiful. Even though many of us might find a bit hard to stick to these tips due to having everyday busy or overloaded schedule but still we should try to follow them as far as possible. So let’s discuss the topic, How to get beautiful skin? How to make your skin glow with bathing beauty tips and tricks and natural remedies?


Bathing Trends!

With the passage of time and improvement of human civilization, there have been introduced many kind of different bath styles so far, such as Turkish bath, sauna bath, private bath, swimming bath, steam shower bath and many others, fitting to everyone’s different need and requirement. With the passage of time, the concept of luxurious bath has caught on and in present day world majority of rich people spend a fortune to make their baths more enjoyable and relaxing to de-stress themselves in a natural way and this made the spa and beauty industry highly profitable business.

How to get beautiful skin? How to make your skin glow with bathing beauty tips and tricks and natural remedies?

Bathing beauty tips and tricks and natural remedies for a beautiful and glowing skin;

1) Oiling for skin glow;

Dry skin cannot glow rather it looks dull and rough and then bathing wash away its essential oils even more, so it is better to apply some olive, almond or coconut oil onto the skin prior to bathing. If not possible daily, then at least once or twice a week, try to stick to this step. Massage the skin in a circular motion with gentle strokes and then wait half an hour before bath. This step leaves skins soft and glowing.

2) Avoid using soap everyday;

Though using soap helps to wash away skin impurities properly but daily excessive use of soap might lead to skin dryness, so better avoid using it a lot on daily basis all over the body and especially face. Though it’s better to wash off private body parts daily with soap for hygiene purpose but still for body, try to prefer some gentle cleanser with mild cleansing agents for daily use. Artificial soaps might contain harsh chemicals so if your skin is sensitive, try to switch to natural soaps like gram flour or wheat flour mixed with a little milk or rose water, it leaves the skin super soft and glowing.

3) try to have warm bath;

Though cold bath can have some appeal for some people, but many people find a hot bath more relaxing, moderately warm water is very effective to expel the dirt and excessive grease from the skin pores and re-energizes the skin and improves its condition by removing all the impurities but better to switch to the cold water in the end of the bath as it will close the open pores that are open by using hot or warm water.

4) Remember to exfoliate and scrubbing the back too;

Exfoliating all over the body, at least once a week, is of great help to enhance skin glow because like face body accumulates the dead skin cells as well, so exfoliating helps to improve skin’s texture by removing the dead layer.

Many times we become so lazy when it comes to scrubbing the back while it is also way too necessary to scrub the back properly at least once a week if we want to have a soft and glowing back skin and it is always better to keep a back scrubber handy.


Bathing Accessories!

Right kinds of arrangements and right accessories can go a long way in making the bath more enjoyable light aroma candles or scented candles, addition of relaxing music, hot stones, fragrant flower petals, bath salts, peppermint or lavender oil drops, sipping a refreshing drink while soaking the body in tub till neck, all are some other helpful ways to make the bath even more enjoyable, soothing, refreshing and relaxing, provided you are not in hurry and have enough time to enjoy the relaxing bath.

5) Be gentle to skin;

When it comes to towel dry the skin, many of us suffer the bad habit of rubbing the skin so harshly with towel. That sometimes causes excessive redness and increases skin sensitivity. Though rubbing the skin is like a kind of massage that helps to increase the blood circulation and enhance the skin natural glow but still we need to be gentle while doing so. If you have extremely sensitive skin it is better to only dab the skin with towel to soak up the excess water. Remember that after bath or shower skin naturally becomes sensitive and more delicate.

6) Avoid too long bath;

10 to 15 minutes time duration is ideal for a proper bath or maximum half an hour if you want to enjoy a long bath. More than this time period may cause skin dryness as water absorbs the natural skin oils and lipids. During summer you can enjoy it but in winter, skin naturally tend to get dry so better to shorten the bath time.

7) Moisturizing is must;

Moisturizing within 5 to 7 minutes after shower or bathing is a great way to enhance skin softness and glow as after bath skin pores get open and absorbs the moisture rather more quickly than dry skin. So try to moisturize the skin properly while skin is damp because doing so will lock in the moisture immediately.

8) Try to bath everyday;

Bathing everyday is a very healthy habit. Taking a 10 to 15 minute bath daily is very beneficial for overall healthy besides just keeping the skin clean, soft and glowing. Try to stick to this healthy step and not skip it if you want to get a natural skin glow and feel refreshed. Baths are mostly enjoyable whether you bath for cleaning up or just for relaxation.

Hope you would like to adopt these simple and easy to follow steps, mentioned above under the title heading, How to get beautiful skin? How to make your skin glow with bathing beauty tips and tricks and natural remedies? Would like to hear from you guys in the comment section below!


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      DREAM ON 

      9 months ago

      I haven't had a good relaxing bath in years. Thank you for your informative hub. Hope to see many more.

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      Women Articles 

      14 months ago

      I like the idea of applying oil before bath and try to have warm bath. I tried these two steps and gave a great relaxation for the body.

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      3 years ago

      Our beautiful Thai pencirs statue Vintage Kitchen gadgets from the 1800 s The new Coca-Cola sign in Mebane or something that got away The Hungarian Baby Bath!

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      4 years ago

      My skin is definitely much drier after this cold winter we've had. Reading this makes me want to go take a nice warm bubble bath.

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      Mona Sabalones Gonzalez 

      4 years ago from Philippines

      Well, at my age my skin may not be worth salvaging, but these tips will help me feel good at the very list, so I'm going for it. Thank you for an informative article.

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      4 years ago

      thank you dear for all this encouragement, blessings!

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      4 years ago from London UK

      Wow! A great hub especially considering it's your first! Keep em coming!!:)

    • knowledge-seeker profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago

      thanks dear.

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      Tirralan Watkins 

      4 years ago from Los Angeles, CA

      These are very good tips! Nice article and welcome to hubpages.

    • knowledge-seeker profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago

      thanks susan dear for your kind visit and appreciation!

    • knowledge-seeker profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago

      thanks susan dear for your kind visit and appreciation!

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      4 years ago from India

      Thanks for sharing these tips. Voted up.

    • knowledge-seeker profile imageAUTHOR


      4 years ago

      thanks a million my dear friend, thanks for all these encouragement, i really don't find words to show my gratitude and indeed learning from you would be of great help for my further improvement.thanks a lot for this kind effort. blessings, peace and love!

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      4 years ago from USA

      I moisturize my skin only with all-natural ingredients, such as coconut oil. This works much better than chemicals.

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      Bill Holland 

      4 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Very nice first hub; much better than my first one was. Welcome to HP...if I can be of any help to you feel free to drop me a line and ask questions; that's how we all learn here starting out.

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      4 years ago

      thanks dear for your encouraging words. i'm obliged.

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      Devika Primić 

      4 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Great tips here and so interesting about relaxing the in the most natural way well advised.


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