6 ways to get glowing skin at home

By making few adjustments to your lifestyle, can revitalise your skin.

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Beauty, the saying goes, is only skin-deep. But the importance of skin goes a lot deeper. Every woman dreams of skin free of pimples, zits, dark spots, baggy eyes or dark circles.

Your skin care regimen and lifestyle habits are the primary predictors of your skin’s health. Your skin is the largest organ of our body, and keeping it healthy is super important. Below are 5 tips for a glowing skin.

Let's face it: Your morning skin-care routine can turn into a race against the clock. Your skin replenishes itself while you are sleeping. Removing all makeup thoroughly before you hit the sheets.

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Upping your water intake helps your body eliminate toxins more efficiently and helps prevents internal dryness; which is a known cause of wrinkles.

Opting for hot water over warm strips your skin of its natural oils. It makes your skin tight and dried out.

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Removing dead skin cells on a weekly basis helps moisture reach deeper dermal layers. But here's the thing don't overdo it: Too much exfoliation can dry out your skin even further, leaving it more sensitive and irritated.

Everything healthy starts from your diet. Digestive problems result in skin impurities; hence diet is really essential for healthy skin. Taking in the right amount of micro-nutrients and vitamins is great for clear skin.

Food rich in omega 3 aside from being generally healthy and tasty, fortifies cell membranes that retain water for a smoother, softer skin from within.

Dullness of the skin, pimples and acne are often caused by excessive accumulation of toxins and waste products in the body and it is important to flush out these water products with the help of detoxification.

Detoxification at home stimulate the body to purge and cleanse itself and enhance the functions of the liver, kidney and colon, according to thefitindian.com.


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