How to Take Care of Your Skin at Home

Updated on 18 August 2022

Many people worry and suffer from problems like dryness, acne or rough uneven skin amongst others - a combination outcome of your diet, lifestyle, genes and the skin products you use. With the majority of people shifting to home remedies and going the natural way for cracking glowing skin secrets, here are our two cents.

Homemade Tips for Healthy Skin

Often, one can’t go to beauty salons or dermatologists regularly for intensive skincare treatments, in which case beauty tips for your face at home can help treat your skin professionally. Below mentioned are some of these tips,

1. Build A Natural Daily Skincare Routine

Face cleansers are often not the best for your skin. Start with a natural cleanser – perhaps a simple mix of Haldi and besan (1:10 proportion) to cleanse your face and tighten your skin. Instead of a moisturizer, a cold-pressed oil could be used to gently massage your face each morning. This not only prevents dryness but also acts as an anti-ageing agent. Be regular in following your daily skincare routine at home and you will see a change in your confidence, energy and happiness levels.  

2. Avoid DIY Hacks

The internet is full of recommendations for using lemon juice, baking soda, garlic, toothpaste, sugar and vitamin E oil etc. to treat common skin-related problems at home. However, neither does the internet know anything about your specific skin type nor are this advises always from reliable sources. Though natural, they may even cause damage to your skin in the long run due to improper usage. Thus, please either visit skincare experts or simply stay away from DIY hacks!

3. Eat A Healthy Diet

Believe it or not, a healthy and balanced diet can have the most wonderful effects on your skin. Eating a well-balanced diet with adequate green vegetables, fruits, lean proteins, whole grains, vitamins & minerals will have a direct impact on skin health too. According to a few researchers, the most sought-after natural skincare tips include a diet rich in fish oil and low in unhealthy fats and processed or refined carbohydrates.

4. Manage Stress

If you are suffering from any kind of depression or anxiety, then it may affect your skin too. Bearing stress can trigger acne and other skin-related problems. A proper sleep routine accompanied by treatment advice from your medical practitioner is advisable.  

5. Treat your skin gently

  • Limit bath time: Hot water and long baths remove the oils from your skin.
  • Avoid strong soaps: Strong lathery soaps also strip the oil from your skin making it feel lifeless and dry
  • Pat dry: After washing your face or bathing, gently pat your skin with a towel rather than strong harsh moves to dry out the water
  • Moisturize dry skin: If your skin is dry, use oil or moisturizer that fits your skin type.
  • Avoid the Sun: Avoid direct sun exposure as much as possible as it can cause wrinkles, spots and other skin problems

If followed consistently, these healthy skin care tips for your face and body will go a long way to maintain your skin health and a balanced anti-ageing process. Remember if you want your skin to look good, then taking a 360-degree care approach to your skin is very important.‍






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