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Home Remedies to get Glowing Skin In Summers

Summers are here, the lovely season for an outing, wear summer dresses, enjoy drinks and spicy tasty yummy food but it can be brutal when heat and humidity wipe off your natural glow itchy rashes, sunburns make your skin rough. But worry not about these things now there are lots of natural tips and home remedies to get glowing skin in the summer season.

Natural Tips for Summer to get Glowing Skin

1. Drink Plenty of Water

Water is Most Important and helpful to protect you from many types of illnesses. In summers high temperature, outdoor activities leads a tiredness, dehydration which leads to a lack of energy and it directly reflects on your face.



To avoid this drink at least 8 -10 glasses of filtered water every day, which keeps you energetic and hydrated.

2. Don’t forget to use Sunscreen

You can’t avoid sunscreen when you go outside inthe sun. Do some analysis and find out the best sunscreen according to your skin type. This will help you to cure your skin from the harmful rays of the sun. Some best brands for sunscreen is Lakme Matt Sunscreen, Loreal.

3. Exfoliate your skin:

Exfoliation helps to make your skin smooth, glowing and remove dead cells. Do scrubbing with home remedies or you can apply exfoliating cleanser. Use home remedies also like:



  • Mix besan, curd and honey and apply this scrub on your face at least do once in a week.
  • Ground oats and tomato scrub – Make a mixture of these two and rub your skin gently and leave it for 20 minutes then rinse with normal water.

4. Cleanser For Face

Use a cleanser on a daily basis you can choose few home remedies for cleaning like: 
  • Apply milk on your face and massage at least 10 minutes after that rinse with normal water.
  • Use coconut oil before sleeping – It helps to improve glow, reduce tanning, dark circles.
  • Use a mixture of honey and lemon both are natural moisturizers and antiseptic which gives you a smoothing and cleaning combination.

5. Tan Removal

Skin Tanning is the most irritating thing which happens in Summer. 
  • To remove this – Apply a mixture of lemon juice and add honey in equal amounts on the face and keep it for 15 – 20 minutes, then rinse with a normal water Peel Banana and mash it now add white protein egg and curd (optional). 
  • Mix them well and apply it on your face, kept it for 15 minutes then wash it with normal cold water. It gives you better glow

6. Daily Yoga

Daily yoga gives you healthy and glowing skin. Do it on a regular basis at least half an hour. Some yoga’s are breathing exercises ( pranayama) , Surya Namaskar, Headstand pose, shoulder standing yoga poses and more.

7. Best fruits to eat in summers




fruits are helpful to hydrate, gives you smooth and glowing skin:

Watermelon – Loaded with vitamin C helps prevent sign of aging and hydrates your body and increase immunity.

Pineapple – Best with sunburns and your health, help to reduce weight also

Cucumber – Best for your body and help to remove dark circles.

Tomatoes – Perfect food to protect skin cells and also fight for fine lines and wrinkles.

Coconut Water – High hydrating power and boost your circulation.

Sprouts - Raw sprouts are rich in protein really help to increase glow on your face.

Try these simple tips Hope this will help you all to get your glowing skin .

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