For a glowing skin

For a glowing skin

By Bamidele Kolawole
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Our skin is fragile, and exposing it to harmful chemicals is always a huge risk to take. Stressful lifestyles, hectic work schedules, inadequate sleep, lack of nutritional diet, pollution, harmful sun rays, excessive smoking, and drinking alcohol are the major factors which make your skin dull and dry.

Every woman desires perfect and glowing skin. Whether you are a student, homemaker, or a working professional, it is very important to have good skin.

Skin is the largest organ of the body, with a total area of about 20 square feet. The epidermis, the outermost layer of skin, provides a waterproof barrier and creates our skin tone. The dermis, beneath the epidermis, contains tough connective tissue, hair follicles and sweat glands.

All of these are part and parcel of your life and you cannot run away from them. However, you can surely prevent them. Of course, you cannot hold on to your age, but you can surely slow down the loss of glow and radiance from your skin.

You can exfoliate your skin to remove the layers of dead skin once or twice a week, to leave you with a more healthy glow and brighter skin. You can also apply a paste of walnut in powder form with yogurt to exfoliate your skin, as the antioxidants present in walnuts help remove dirt and promote radiant skin.

Summer is here, and it’s time to shine. But if you have extra dry skin or oily pores, achieving a beautiful glow not just a sweaty sheen can feel impossible.

They are some remedies using to get fresh and glowing skin to include Carrot juice, Honey, Cucumber, Tumeric, Lemon, Aloe vera, Baking soda, papaya, Olive oil, Green tea, Rose water Orange juice, Diet, Best fruit and vegetable.

This is where homemade beauty recipes come in handy as they are a natural alterative to cosmetic products.

After the age of 30, it is necessary that you pay attention to certain special areas like the neck, eyes, and hands, which show early signs of aging. The skin around the neck and hands becomes loose gradually, and we can observe dark circles and puffiness under the eyes, these are the initial signs of skin aging.

It is very important that you drink 10-12 glasses of water daily as it helps to flush the toxins out of your system. The skin needs to receive enough water to be hydrated, soft, and supple. Without enough water, it becomes dull, dry, and might even start to tear.

While we sleep, our body repairs the damaged cells and replenishes the old ones. Hence, our body requires at least eight hours of sleep daily. This will give a healthy and glowing skin and refresh your mind as well.

Owena Press Limited (Publisher of The Hope Newspaper), Akure

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