Three words you probably hope never to hear about your skin are splotchy, dull, and lifeless. However, when hormones, dry weather, or sun damage knock on your door, this shabby lexicon can be far too accurate.
The key to getting flawless skin is in our homes themselves, all we have to do is, take out some time and dig it up.
To remain dewy and clear, your skin needs a lot of hydration, so stock up. It’s difficult to remain hydrated in severe weather, both hot and cold. Carry your water bottle with you everywhere you go and drink during the day.
Opt for 9 to 13 cups a day, according to medical advice. Honey isn’t all for your cornbread or the bees. It moisturizes and nourishes the skin while also serving as an acne remedy. The trick is to use raw honey that has not been pasteurized and still contains beneficial bacteria. The bacteria collaborate with the body’s natural immune system to reduce inflammation and irritation while also fighting acne-causing bacteria. It can also aid in the healing and lightening of acne scars.
Curcumin is a brightly colored spice with natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It can be used to treat acne, heal injuries (including sun damage), and bring out your skin’s natural glow when applied to the skin—a few things to consider before applying turmeric to your face. For starters, it may leave a yellow-orangeish stain on your skin. Second, turmeric can cause allergic reactions in some people. Before using it on sensitive facial skin, test it on a small patch of skin.
Scrubs made of baking soda:
Baking soda absorbs odors, makes delicious baked goods, and is a natural exfoliator that can help the skin glow. You lose skin cells daily, but with a regular exfoliation regimen, they won’t be able to stay.
Teabags may be used to treat the skin around the eyes:
The majority of the benefits of tea come from drinking it rather than applying it to your face. On the other hand, Teabags are the ideal size for a cold or warm compress to relieve swelling and soothe the skin around the eyes.
Aloe vera gel:
The medicinal properties of aloe vera have been used for decades. You’ve already used aloe vera gel to treat sunburn at least once. The moisturizing properties of aloe vera can be used in place of face lotion. It’s high in vitamins A and E, as well as antioxidants and beneficial enzymes. Aloe vera absorbs easily into the skin, so even oily skin types can use it without breaking out. This cooling gel can also be used to treat sunburns, frostbite, bruises, and cold sores, so it’s well worth keeping on hand.
It not only softens and nourishes the skin, but it also makes it sensual and aids in the removal of tan. Twice a day, wipe your skin with full-fat milk or splash a tiny bowl of cold milk on your skin and pat it dry. Milk is considered to be one of the best skin moisturizers.