7 Tips for glowing skin in Summer

Summer effects the skin due high UV sun rays which results in dull and dark skin. So you should have to take care of your skin in this season. Today i will share 7 easy tips to maintain your skin healthy and glowing

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  1. Curd and Gram flour mask:

    download (1)Curd is an exfoliating agent that removes dead skin cell and moisturize the skin. Gram flour helps to brighten the skin . Combine 1 tbsp of gramflour with 2 tbsp of curd . gently massage it on your face and leave it for 15 minutes and wash your face . You can use this mask thrice a week for bright and fresh skin.

  2. Cucumber and Lime juice mask:

    imagesCucumber and lime juice both plays a vital role in lightening the skin. Mix 1 tbsp of cucumber juice and 1 tbsp of lime juice and apply it on your face for 15 – 20 minutes then wash your face with water.

  3. Water melon and Gram flour mask:

    images (1)Watermelon is available every where now days. It helps to clear the skin and act as toner . Mix 1 tbsp of gram flour with watermelon juice and apply it on your face for 15 minutes and wash.

  4. Rose water:

    Vine-Vera-Uses-for-Rose-Water.jpgRose water helps to get rid of acne . It is a great cleanser that helps to remove dirt and oil from clogged pores. Cleanse your first with rose water daily.

  5. Cold Milk Massage:

    images (2)Cold milk cleanses, moisturize and remove dead skin and gives you smooth and glowing skin in summer. Apply milk with cotton pad on your face and wash after 30 minutes.

  6. Sunscreen:

    downloadApply sunscreen before going out in sun rays . Sunscreen reflects the UV ray and helps to protect the skin from these rays.

  7. Drink Water :

images (3) Drink atleast 8 glasses of water daily to keep your skin hydrated helps to reduce        wrinkles and skin aging .

What is your favorite tip for glowing skin . Tell me in the comments 🙂

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