Glowing skin is a craving that all we women suffer from! Such is our madness that we try every product that claims to give us glowing skin. We completely ignore the fact that glowing is an indication of our skin being healthy. And healthy skin is the only sure lasting way to have glowing skin. Packaged products work on our external features alone and they chemically active which is definitely not good on the long run. So, go herbal! These herbal beauty tips for glowing skin are products that you can make yourself using the stuff in your kitchen!
To add glow to your face, take a few grapes and rub on your face. Or, make it into a pack by mashing the grapes.
Cucumber juice, glycerin and rose water:
Mixing together cucumber juice, glycerin and rose water is very effective. Use it before stepping out in the sun and after returning.
Sandalwood, turmeric and milk:
Make a fine paste of sandalwood powder, a little turmeric powder and milk. Apply this on face, leave on for a few minutes, and get natural glow and freshness.
Honey and cream:
Mixing honey and cream is a great way to keep the skin soft and glowing, especially during winters.
Fresh milk, salt and lime juice:
Take some fresh milk; add a pinch of salt and little lime juice, it cleans and opens skin pores.
Tomato juice, mixed with lemon juice helps keep face soft and glowing.
Turmeric powder, wheat flour and sesame oil:
Make a paste using turmeric powder, wheat flour and sesame oil. Apply this on your skin to remove unwanted hair.
Applying carrot juice on the face directly is a great way to get natural glow.
Honey and cinnamon powder:
Make a paste with 3 parts of honey and 1 part cinnamon powder. Apply it on pimples and leave it overnight. This shows a considerable effect in removing pimples and reducing the scaring.
Groundnut oil and lime juice:
Mix a little groundnut oil with fresh lime juice and apply on face to prevent pimples and blackheads.
Aloe Vera juice:
Applying Aloe Vera juice on the affected areas helps in reducing pigmentation marks along with hydrating the skin.
Ghee and glycerin:
A mixture of ghee and glycerin is a great home-made moisturizer.
Multani Mitti, rose petals, neem, tulsi and rose water:
Applying a paste using multani mitti, rose petals, neem leaves powder, tulsi leaves powder and a little rose/lemon water leaves the skin healthy and glowing.
Apricots and yogurt:
Mix apricots and yogurt to get a smooth paste. This enhances the skin and gives a fresh look. Add honey to the concoction if you have dry skin.
All these contribute to good skin health that results in glowing skin! Follow these herbal beauty tips and watch your craving materialize!