With coming new year 2020, the festive season has begun, just in the blink of an eye, it has become past. While having a rocking festive wardrobe is an essential thing of this season, that’s dry skin.
If your skin is not at the point, the best clothes and the best makeup can’t help you. Healthy, clear skin can give you a special glow that may not even be the best attraction in the world. Therefore, it is important to follow the routine for skin complexion.
So, what do you need to do for this healthy glow during the festive season? We have a simple three-step routine that will help you get there. So sit tight and read.
So, these skin prep steps are very basic but very essential.
Nourishing your skin from within is the most important stage of the skin layer. During the festive season, it’s very difficult to see what you eat and always stay true to your diet.
There are so many temptations now. We suggest that you decide the time of eating at any kind and eat at the stipulated time. It will aid digestion and also limit the amount of junk you consume. Start your day with detox water, a simple glass of warm water with lemon can trick.
This will help your body to exclude toxins and give your metabolism a kick-start. Include healthy greens like spinach, nail and fenugreek in your diet. Drink healthy fruits and vegetable juices. Mineral-rich foods like beetroot, nail, spinach, etc., are superfoods for skin. These will give you a glow from within.
Exfoliation is very important for your skin, and we can’t give it enough stress. It is necessary to exfoliate your skin once or twice a week. It is equally important to remember that it does not overdo it. Invest in a good cooled exfoliator that suits your skin.
It will keep blackheads, whiteheads and dead skin on the bay. It also helps to increase blood circulation in your face, which in turn gives your skin a healthy glow.
Just as it is important to nourish your skin with the right foods, it is also to nourish from outside. Facemask serves as food for your skin. Apply a facemask to your face at least once a week.
If you’re not a big fan of pastus and peel-off masks, opt for sheet masks instead. Masks with hyaluronic acid are amazing for the skin and the holiday is soft and hydrated. If you have acne prone skin, go for tea trees and green tea masks, go for aloe masks for dry skin and charcoal masks for blackhole prone skin.
If you want to go natural, choose multani clay masks, which you can make at home. Just you need good quality Multani clay and some rose water. Leave on your skin for 15 minutes and you will have fresh and shiny skin. You can also mix a little turmeric in the mixture to give your face a healthy glow.
Don’t forget to drink a lot of water, there is nothing worse than dehydrated skin. Never forget to unload your makeup before bedtime. It can cause skin problems in the long time. Follow these three simple tips and have an awesome festive season.