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Top 5 Beauty Tips for Glowing Skin!

Updated on November 7, 2017

Our daily schedules are becoming so much more time consuming and hectic. It leaves little to no chance for us to look after ourselves. The very first signs of the neglect we do to ourselves are seen in the change of our skin and its texture. Who doesn’t love to have a bright glowing skin? So stop regretting and start abiding by the following beauty tips to flaunt a beautiful flawless skin.

Glowing Skin has its own set of requirements and to fulfil them you should take care of the following:

Sleep Deep

Nothing can be as bad as sleep deprivation for your overall health and especially a beautiful skin. The deep dark circles will be the standing proofs of your not sleeping enough. An eight hour sleep is an absolute essential to wake up looking fresh and rejuvenated. Any less sleep can cause hormonal imbalance in your body which takes a toll on your skin.

Sweat It Out

Working out for 30 minutes every day is extremely good for your health as it increases your blood circulation and enhances your beauty. A good supply of blood ensures a nourished skin that has an inherent glow. Make sure you do not wipe the sweat with your bare handsas you could expose your skin to germs that are present in your hand. Keep a towel handy for this purpose and stay safe from various skin conditions.

Eat Right

Food is the most important source of nutrition for the body. Hence you should eat right to meet your body’s needs. A protein and vitamin rich diet comprising of fruits, green leafy vegetables, whole grains, cereals and pulses is necessary for getting a clear glowing skin. So keep a tab on the unhealthy junk food and switch to a healthier diet for the betterment of your skin.

Block the Sun

Walking out of your house without applying a sun screen is the biggest beauty faux pas that you commit. You must chose a sunscreen that has an SPF value of at least 15 and can protect you from both UVA and UVB rays. Continued exposure to the sun can make your skin dark and dull and you could lose your favourite glow.

Sleep Clean

The most important beauty tip on this list is – remove all makeup before you sleep. Cleaning up cannot be done away with. The pores on your skin get choked under the layers of makeup and may lead to the formation of blemishes and black heads. Use a mild cleanser to wipe away your make up and let your skin breath overnight.


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