Makeup is a woman’s best friend. It exists to brighten your day, boost your ego, and make you feel confident on days when you otherwise choose to hide inside far from sight.
Without makeup, most women feel naked and vulnerable. With all the calling to be real and confidently beautiful, how can women look good without makeup naturally?
Here a list of tips from the experts and beauty gurus to archive how to look good naturally without makeup. Follow this rules
- The Golden Rule
Every single time you wash your face, follow it up with a moisturiser and a sunscreen before you leave the house. “If you have marks on your skin, mix lacto calamine lotion with your sunscreen. Along with fading away blemishes, it also helps treat acne and dry skin”, suggests Dr. V. P. Kaushik, a Delhi-based Dermatologist. If you are prone to pimples, use a non-oily moisturiser and if you have dry skin, opt for heavier moisturisers containing coconut or shea butter
- Exfoliation is the Key
“At least once a week, exfoliate to remove dead skin cells, leaving your face with that glow you’ve alwayswanted”, recommends Dr. Rahul Nagar, Dermatologist, Max Hospitals. Never scrub too hard, because it leaves the skin feeling irritated. If you don’t possess an exfoliator, just add granulated sugar to your cleanser and scrub gently to get smooth skin. It works wonder
- Drink your morning cup of hot… water?
I love me a nice cup of tea to start the morning, but lately I have been making the switch to plain old hot water with lemon.
Yes, it sounds boring, but incorporating a cup of hot water and lemon is one of the best things you could do for yourself in the morning. Not only does it help to wake up your senses but it flushes and purifies your body of toxins, while also reducing your chance of future skin sensitivities.
Besides, water hydrates your body, which keeps your skin supple so you can rock that dewy glow… without having to apply highlighter to get the same effect.
- Keep hands off.
We all catch ourselves doing it – resting your chin in your hand, popping pimples, rubbing your eyes or massaging your forehead. And you know what? It’s hurting your skin.
Since the skin on our face is the most delicate on our body, it is easily damaged, stretched, and torn.
Each time you rub your eyes. Each time you tug at your skin. Each time you rest of face on your hand. Each time you scratch your face or pick at your skin or pop pimples, you are causing micro-tears in your skin.
These micro-tears eventually lead to future wrinkles, and what’s more, they can also cause a gradual degradation of your skin.
Moral of the story?
Keep your hands off your face. Enough said.
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