Most of us know that eating a daily dose of almonds is great for the overall body. Almonds are known to improve brain funcitoning, promote weight loss, help the digestive system, strengthen bones & prevent diabetes. What's less known of a fact is that almonds are also excellent for the skin. Almonds contain a high … Continue reading How Almonds Benefit Your Skin
Oatmeal and honey are an excellent combination of ingredients to treat acne. Oatmeal has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties that a) absorb oil b) calm acne c) fight irritation d) moisturize and e) exfoliate the skin. Similarly, honey also contains natural healing properties that a) treat acne b) reduce redness c) calm inflammation d) prevent … Continue reading Acne Face Mask: Oatmeal & Honey
Many consider baking soda as a beneficial at home skin care remedy, but let me tell you this is a myth. In actual, baking soda is bad for your skin. First off, baking soda is way too harsh. Baking soda digs deep below the surface of the skin which a) causes irritation b) causes redness … Continue reading Is Baking Soda Good or Bad For Your Skin?
Those red inflamed, sometimes painful pimples on the surface of your skin can be a nightmare. To get a better understanding of why they occur in the first place, I have noted down 6 possible reasons. 1. Hormones Hormones produce acne by a) increasing the production of sebum b) clogging pores with dead skin cells … Continue reading What Causes Acne?
Drink Water: Water keeps the skin hydrated, supple, acne free and wrinkle free. Use Sunscreen: Sunscreen prevents premature aging, skin cancer, discoloration, pigmentation & sunburns. Moisturize Daily: Moisturizing prevents dry skin, blemishes, breakouts & wrinkles. Be Active: Physical exercise increases blood flow throughout the body which helps produce new healthy skin cells. Stay Happy: Laughing … Continue reading 11 Tips For Flawless Skin
Roughly 65% of your skin is made of water. Essentially this means that the more water your body receives, the better your skin will look. Water: Flushes out harsh toxins from the body Hydrates and moistens the skin Prevents blotchy and patchy skin Prevents acne Brightens up dull and tired skin Rejuvenates and enhances complexion … Continue reading Drink Water For Your Skin
A peel off mask is exactly what it sounds like. It's a sticky paste mask that you apply over your face and once it dries you peel it off. Benefits: Removes dirt from the pores and clears blackheads, especially around the nose area. Helps calm irritated skin and hyperactive acne. Overtime, fades pigmentation, scarring and … Continue reading Peel Off Masks
Here are 5 steps that an ideal skin care routine should include. Step 1: Wash face with a cleanser. Cleansing removes dirt, cleans pores and prevents breakouts and blemishes from forming. Step 2: Apply a toner. A toner cleans away left over dirt, tightens pores, help fade blemishes, clears acne and brightens the skin. Step … Continue reading What Should Your Skin Care Routine Look Like?
Rose water is one of my favourite skin care products. It is all natural, it smells amazing and it is an instant skin refresher. Rose water benefits: 1. Eliminates redness (anti-inflammatory properties). 2. Helps cure acne and eczema. 3. Unclogs pores and cleans skin. 4. Refreshes and brightens up skin. 5. Helps get rid of … Continue reading Rose Water For Your Skin
Sunscreen is crucial in achieving and maintaining clear skin. Sunscreen protects the skin from harsh UVA & UVB rays. Without sunscreen you are prone to: Sunspots Blemishes Dark Spots Pigmentation Uneven Skin Tone Sun Burn Redness Aging Thinning Skin Leading To Wrinkles Dehydrated Skin What is SPF? SPF stands for 'Sun Protection Factor'. The level … Continue reading The Importance Of Wearing Sunscreen