Beauty tips for the face: 10 dos and don’ts for naturally beautiful skin

Why God why? Is perfect skin too much to ask for? A late night causes dark circles in the morning. Do you have a party coming up? Oh wait, I see a pimple. Yes, yes, we know the basic CTM technique very well… Cleanser-Tonic-Moisturizer. We test all the new facial cleansers, sunscreens and anti-aging creams that hit the market. If dry skin and dead skin, oily skin and patchy skin weren’t enough, now you have combination skin! And we are always willing to try anything under the sun to get beautiful skin. But it is not an overnight miracle. The perfect, blemish-free, acne-free skin you’ve always wanted is no longer a dream, but a reality. Here are some brilliant beauty tips to give your face that glow you’ve always wanted. Explore our beauty secrets, address your skincare concerns and follow our tricks regularly to achieve beautiful skin naturally. Excited, happy or stressed, it’s your face that gives you away. Have you ever wondered how to get glowing skin? We’ve put together expert skincare tips to keep blemishes at bay and enhance your natural beauty. Whether you have time for intensive skin care or not, pamper yourself with the basics. Lucky for you, we make skin care easy.
10 pros and cons of beautiful skin
1. The golden rule: Make sure you always (and we mean always) remove your makeup before bed. The skin needs to breathe during the night. And makeup prevents this, since leaving it on overnight clogs pores, which can cause blemishes and/or blackheads. Don’t you have a makeup remover? Simply put some olive oil on a cotton pad and gently massage the oil onto your face to remove makeup and dirt.
Don’t: forget that exfoliation is essential. At least once or twice a week, exfoliate your skin to remove layers of dead skin, leaving you with a healthier glow and brighter skin. You can also apply a powdered walnut paste with yogurt to exfoliate your skin as the antioxidants present in walnuts help remove dirt and promote glowing skin.

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2. Sun and SkinDo: Apply sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15 that blocks UVA and UVB rays. Since a lifetime of sun exposure can cause wrinkles, age spots, and other skin problems, you should protect your skin from the sun. Make sure the label says “noncomedogenic” or “nonacnegenic” so the product doesn’t tend to block pores. Don’t do it: Skip the sunscreen whether it’s cloudy or cold outside (no excuses). If you’re going to the beach or near reflective surfaces like snow or ice, lather up your skin with a little more sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30.
3. You are what you eatDo it: Write down what you put on your plate. Eat fresh fruits, vegetables, and enough protein and vitamins. A diet rich in vitamin C and low in fats and sugars promotes radiant skin. Consider a low-sugar diet, which can keep insulin levels low, allowing cells to maintain a healthy balance. “Don’t: eat spicy and fermented foods, salt, citrus fruits, fried foods. Instead, prefer softer foods like rice, oatmeal, and applesauce,” advises American author and Ayurvedic doctor Vasant Lad in The Complete Book of Ayurvedic Home Remedies.
4. Sweat! Do: Exercise regularly. Running, jogging and yoga will give your body the necessary blood circulation and will also speed up the cleansing process of your entire body. You will notice a glow on your face after exercising. Race against time? Just take a quick walk around the block. Leave advice on skin care before and after exercise. Apply a toner to help minimize oil production before you go out. Exfoliate afterwards and then apply shea butter or olive oil to hydrate the skin.
(Also read: Turmeric powder for beauty: how to use it for face and skin)
Running, jogging and doing yoga will speed up your body’s cleansing process.
5. Beauty SleepDo: Try to get at least 8 hours of sleep each night. If you don’t get enough sleep, your skin gets tired just like you: it sags and bags appear. So don’t risk it. You can also apply honey to your face two to three times a week to soothe and heal your skin naturally. “Don’t: forget to wash and moisturize your face before going to bed,” recommends Dr. Rahul Nagar, dermatologist at Max Hospitals. “For dry skin, use gentler cleansers that do not contain

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