7 Skin-Glossing Home Remedies and Common Mistakes


Your skin should never look splotchy, drab, or lifeless. This limited vocabulary may be too realistic when hormones, arid weather, or sun damage arrive.

1) Water

Wouldn’t we skip the water? Water is essential for beautiful skin, so drink up. In extreme temperatures, staying hydrated may be difficult. All day, drink from the water bottle.
Size, weather, and activity affect your water needs. The Institute of Medicine suggests 9–13 glasses of water per day, but this is controversial.

Since pee accurately reflects water intake, it can indicate hydration. A straw-colored urine indicates good hydration. If it’s brown or dark yellow, eat it.

2) coconut oil

We love coconut oil because it feels like pia colada! This amazing natural ingredient provides significant skin benefits. Coconut oil protects against microbes and heals the skin’s outer barrier.

  • anti-inflammatory antioxidants to promote healing and delay skin ageing
  • Coconut oil moisturises normal to dry skin by locking in moisture.

Application: Coconut oil, sugar, salt, or baking soda produce scrubs. Coconut oil alone can be left on overnight or washed off before bed. Rinse scrubs after 15 minutes. If you use a scrub, exfoliate two or three times a week unless you have oily skin.

3) Honey

Honey goes beyond cornbread and bees. It treats acne and moisturises. Use raw, unpasteurized honey with beneficial microorganisms.

The bacteria works with your immune system to reduce inflammation and acne-causing bacteria. It can lessen and cure acne scars.

Honey benefits continue. It removes dull, dead skin cells naturally.

Test honey on a tiny area of your skin if you are sensitive to pollen, celery, or bee venom. Honey on your face shouldn’t cause an allergic reaction.

Application: Honey can be applied directly on the face or mixed with other products to boost effects. Honey and cinnamon heal acne. Rinse after 8–10 minutes.

Mix 1/2 teaspoon honey, 1 teaspoon baking soda, and 1 teaspoon olive oil. Olive oil moisturises while baking soda exfoliates. Wash your face after 10 minutes.

4) Turmeric

This bright spice contains antioxidant and anti-inflammatory curcumin. It can treat acne, heal wounds, and enhance your skin’s inherent beauty.

It can treat scabies, a nasty rash caused by microscopic mites.

Considerations before putting turmeric to your face. It can temporarily tint skin yellow-orange. Second, turmeric may trigger allergies. Test it on a small patch before using it on sensitive facial skin.

Turmeric and water make a paste. Simmer, cool, and apply. Try honey and turmeric. Honey and turmeric. After 15 minutes, you should rinse and pat dry.

5) Baked-soda scrubs

Baking soda is a natural exfoliant, absorbs smells, and makes excellent baked items. Exfoliating daily removes dead skin cells.

Application: Gently apply a baking soda-water combination to your skin. Baking soda with honey or olive oil makes a moisturising scrub.

6) Olive Oil

Vitamins A, D, E, and K are all found in olive oil. Vitamin E is beneficial to the skin. Antioxidants shield the skin from the effects of free radicals.

To simplify, free radicals need another electron to balance. Free radicals kill cells by stealing electrons. As expected, free radical death harms skin.

Vitamins E and K cleared acne in a 2014 research. While immersing your skin in vitamins isn’t the same, it’s hard to dismiss the benefits.

Apply olive oil immediately. However, natural or organic extra virgin olive oil is best. It’s purer and better for skin. Skin-care olive oil blends with lavender, almond, or grapeseed oils are also available.

Not hard. Few droplets should cover your face. Olive oil can be mixed with honey or yoghurt for skin benefits. Olive oil may plug pores in acne-prone skin.

7) Sunscreen

Sunscreen is a home cure as most people have it. It’s essential to skin health.
Sunshine feels great on the skin, but it may be harmful. UV protection keeps skin healthy. Find a sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher that blocks UVA and UVB rays.
To explain, UVB rays create sunburns, but UVA rays penetrate deeply and induce wrinkles. Skip it.

  • Applying sunscreen is almost as important as choosing it.
  • 2 tablespoons covers your body. Apply liberally. Too little sunscreen diminishes its efficacy.
  • Apply 15–30 minutes before sunbathing.
  • Reapply every 2 hours or sooner if sweating or swimming.
  • Don’t neglect your hairline, ears, and neck.

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