Tips for Glowing Skin

Skincare has to be the most talked-about topic on the internet. Yet most people are confused about what exactly they must do to achieve the glowing and flawless skin like that of the beauty bloggers and celebrities. ShaadiSaga is committed to bringing the best to you and today we talk about the most popular topic – tips and tricks for healthy, flawless and glowing skin. All you need is a little knowledge, some patience, a willingness to change unhealthy lifestyle patterns and little time to invest every day to have the skin of your dreams. So without wasting any more time, let’s get started.

You must have already heard that a human body consists of more than 70% water, and it is important to drink enough every day for all bodily functions including maintaining a healthy weight to energy levels, flushing toxins out of the body and keeping your skin healthy. Not staying adequately hydrated can lead to dry and flaky skin. And dry skin is prone to wrinkles and signs of ageing. While it is recommended to drink 10-12 glasses or 3 litres of water every day, you can also maintain your daily hydration needs by drinking juices and eating foods with rich water content.

Please note that, if you have signs like a dull look, fine lines and wrinkles that develop when you gently pinch your lip, itchy skin, or overly sensitive skin, you can tell your skin is dehydrated.

While water keeps your skin hydrated from the inside, you must keep your skin moisturised to keep its surface healthy and hydrated. Your skin, especially on your face, ears, and neck suffer damage due to pollution, UV rays and other environmental factors, and thus needs to repair and rejuvenate itself. A good moisturiser will help the new cells to rise to the surface.

A common and bizarre misconception about is that they are important for the skin only in the summers. A good sunscreen to protect your skin from the harmful UV and IR rays is essential throughout the year. Other than protecting your skin from the harmful sun rays, but also helps you to maintain an even skin tone, prevent signs of ageing and even prevent skin cancer! Experts also suggest wearing sunscreen on the days on which you plan to stay indoors too.

Right after you cleanse your skin, the next step is to exfoliate. Use a scrub that suits your skin type. In case you have acne-prone skin, make sure than you are using a very gentle scrub. Skin that is not exfoliated gathers up to 10 times more weight with clogged pores and dead skin cells. A good scrub can eliminate the top layer of dead skin cells, thereby allowing new healthy cells to be created. Blood circulation is also improved to make it soft, smooth, and youthful. Remember to not exfoliate more than twice a week.