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Face Skin Care: 5 Dos and Don’ts for Naturally Gorgeous Skin

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Face Skin Care: 5 Dos and Don'ts for Naturally Gorgeous Skin

Why, God, are you doing this? Is it too much to ask for perfect skin? 

I know you’re prepared to do just about everything to get flawless skin. But it won’t happen overnight. Your idea of having flawless, blemish-free, and acne-free skin is no longer a pipe dream. 

Here are some fantastic face skin care tips to help you get the radiance you’ve always desired. Look over our beauty secrets, address your skincare concerns, and use our tips daily to get naturally beautiful skin. 

#1. The Golden Rule (First & Foremost)

Do: Always (and we mean always) remove your makeup before retiring to your bed. Overnight, the skin needs to breathe. And makeup prevents this since leaving it on overnight clogs pores, which may lead to pimples and blackheads. You don’t have a makeup remover? Simply soak a cotton pad in olive oil and gently rub it over your face to remove makeup and grime.


Don’t Forget: Exfoliation is a must-have. Exfoliate your skin at least once or twice a week to eliminate the layers of dead skin, which will leave you with a healthier glow and a brighter complexion. 

#2. The Sun & Skin

Do: Use a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15 that protects against both UVA and UVB radiation. You must protect your skin from the sun since a lifetime of sun exposure may create wrinkles, age spots, and other skin disorders. Check for the words ‘non-comedogenic’ or ‘non-acnegenic’ on the label to ensure the product does not clog pores.

Don’t: If it’s gloomy or chilly outdoors, skip the sunscreen (no excuses). Apply additional sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 if you’re going to the beach or going near reflecting surfaces like snow or ice.

#3. What You Eat Shapes Who You Are

Do: Make a list of everything you put on your plate. Consume fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as enough protein and vitamins. Radiant skin is aided by a diet high in vitamin C and low in fats and sugar. Consider a low-sugar diet, which may help cells maintain a healthy balance by lowering insulin levels. 

Don’t: Avoid spicy and fermented meals, as well as salt, citrus fruits, and fried foods. 

#4. H2O Saves the Day

Do: Drink plenty of water. Drink at least 8 glasses of water every day, if not more. Watermelon, cucumber, orange, strawberry, grapefruit, and cantaloupe are among the fruits and vegetables with high water content. 

Don’t forget about rose water. When spritzed on throughout the day, it helps prevent and decrease eye puffiness, maintains pH balance, and naturally moisturizes your face.

#5. Return to Your Roots

Do: Use Ayurvedic scrubs to nourish and improve the skin’s ability to breathe. Fortunately, you already have everything you need in your kitchen. 2 tbsp. chickpea flour, 12 tsp turmeric powder, a teaspoon of camphor, and sandalwood, combined with rose water/milk/water, is the ideal skincare pack. Yes, ancient Ayurveda has the keys to beauty.

Don’t forget about the fundamentals. Spots and pimples may be cured simply by breathing properly. Sudarshan Kriya is a breathing method that integrates precise natural rhythms of the breath that balance the body, mind, and emotions. This aids in the release of stored tension, and each person’s experience is unique.

Final Advice

Adopt a healthy lifestyle that includes healthy activities to get the glowing skin you’ve always desired. Make sure you don’t overdo it with these natural cures or you’ll wind up doing more damage to your skin. If you have any other face skincare concerns, don’t hesitate to seek the advice of a dermatologist. 

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