A beautiful skin is a dream for many women. Sometimes the condition becomes so bad that all they can think about is healing the skin naturally. But the first thing that arises in the mind of many is that how? What are the steps they can take to naturally heal their skin? Well the answer is many, so here are some naturopathy tips for beautiful skin, that you can try everyday at home and live happily.
Natural Tips For Beautiful Skin
1Tired puffy eyes with chilled tea bags
Try to steep two tea bags of green, black or even chamomile briefly in hot water for at least for a minute. Then remove the bags from water, and chill it in a small bowl in a refrigerator. Once it is cooled, place one bag over each of the closed eyelid. Leave it on the lids for five to fifteen minutes.
2Raspberries and coconut oil for brighter lips
Take a small saucepan on low heat, warm one tablespoon of coconut oil, then remove it from heat and then add four fresh red raspberries. Mash berries as well as blend it until smooth. Then place them in a small glass container, refrigerate the container until firm. Use your lip gloss brush to smooth it over the lips.
3Soft skin with pomegranate, raspberry and almond oil
Try to naturally hydrate your dry skin and add some extra glow on the end of the skin care routine just by mixing a natural antioxidant-rich oil. Apply after cleaning your makeup. Mix Pomegranate seed oil, Raspberry seed oil and Sweet Almond Oil together in equal parts.
Then place at least three to six drops of oil mixture in the palm of the hand. Rub the hands together to warm up the oils. Then, with the fingertips press the warm oil into the dry areas of the face or the areas where you think have fine lines or wrinkles.
4Reduce skin crease by changing pillowcase
Always choose a pillowcase, which is soft as well as silky instead of having a coarser fabric, that can help in decreasing the friction and the compression in the skin that can leave you with some extra lines in the morning. Ifyou are a side sleeper, then try to switch sides occasionally or even sleeping on the back, so that the face doesn’t wrinkle over time from the pressure.
5Hydrate Dry Skin With Coconut Water
Try to start your morning with a glass of fresh coconut water and throughout the day always drink filtered water. In meals, try including skin-hydrating foods like wild salmon, olives, avocado, and coconut.
6Prevent sun damage by eating wild salmon
Astaxanthin is a type of potent antioxidant that can help to protect the skin from many harmful effects of UVA sun damage, which acts just like an internal sunblock. It has been found in some seafood like krill, salmon, shrimp, crabs, lobster, and crayfish.
Try to enjoy several servings of wild salmon and seafood every week . Also, consider taking supplement every day, especially during summers.
7Revitalize the face with organic papaya mask
Many type of exfoliants contains abrasive ingredients which can scratch the skin and can damage and speed aging. Instead, it is always better to use enzymatic exfoliant, that is, papaya. Papaya contains natural enzyme, called papainthat can help to naturally exfoliate the skin, by leaving it smooth as well as soft. Greener or unripe papayas have much high amounts of papain, so try to opt for them to get the best exfoliation. If you are having sensitive skin, then use ripe papayas because they are less likely to trigger any inflammatory reaction.
Scoop out ¼ cup raw papaya, then mash or blend it with one tablespoon fresh pineapple until it is smooth. Pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain.Apply it on your dry face and leave it on for five to fifteen minutes. Then rinse off with cool water.
The alpha hydroxy acids as well as the enzymes present in this combination can dissolve dry, and dead skin. You must do this every once or twice a week.