Seven Things You Can Do To Keep Your Skin Glowing And Radiant This Summer


The scorching summer is around and your skin is the most vulnerable target of the rising temperatures. You waited the entire year to flaunt your wonderful summery dresses but now you find yourself worrying about ways to take care of your tenacious skin and about the glowing complexion. Besides keeping yourself well-nourished and well hydrated, summer is also the time to pay extra attention to skin and protect it from hot wind (Loo) that make sit dull, dry and rough. The harsh weather not only causes pores clogging but also tans your tender skin.

Seven Tips to Beautiful Skin

Here are simple and useful tips that will help you enhance the radiance of your dull complexion.

  1. Water
    Nothing in the world works better than water – the natural thirst quencher. It is an amazing remedy to combat dull and drooping complexion. Drink at least 12 to 14 glasses of water per day to keep your skin nourished, hydrated and glowing.
    Water purifies your skin and eliminates toxins from your system. It cleanses the body and removes excessive oils and dirt at the same time.
  2. Avoid Exposure to Sun
    During summers avoid direct exposure to sun as the ultraviolet rays of the skin are detrimental to the texture of skin. Cover yourself with cotton fabric whenever you step in open. You can also apply sunscreen with good SPF on the exposed parts of your body at least 30 minutes before going out in sun. Wear dark shades to protect your eyes and the eye contour region that is delicate and prone to wrinkles.
  3. Skin Hydration
    The dirt and dust makes the skin dull and lustre-less. The heat of the atmosphere renders the skin dehydrated and under-nourished. Adopt a healthy cleansing regime. Wash your face and hands thrice with cold water and apply oil-free moisturizer.
    Eat a lot of juicy seasonal fruits such as watermelon, muskmelon, cucumber, etc. to keep your body hydrated from within.
  4. Exfoliate
    External skin care is also very useful in removing the dead cellular debris which masks the skin complexion. Regular exfoliation is also beneficial in making your skin radiant and glowing.
  5. Toner
    Toning is the second important step in daily skin care coming after regular exfoliation. Proper toning restores the correct pH of the skin. Toners repair skin with antioxidants, ceramides, glycerine and fatty acids.
    Toners are an essential component of skin care because it cleans the deeper pores of the skin and makes the skin shiny and flawless.
  6. Stress
    Stress is an important factor that hampers the mental and physical wellness. Stress enhances production of sebum that clogs the skin pores and result in blackheads and white heads. So try to keep yourself free from too much stress.
  7. Sleep
    Inadequate sleep or disturbed sleep can make you lethargic as well as dull. Having proper and sound sleep is very important for keeping your skin healthy. Sleep not only rejuvenates your mind but also your tired body. It is the best natural relaxer. Make sure to sleep for at least 6 to 8 hours to have a healthy and glowing skin.

Incorporate these simple and effective changes in your daily routine to keep your skin flawless and impeccably glowing during the summer season. Keep a clean and personal face towel to pat dry whenever you feel like. Such a hygienic habit is very useful in keeping the harmful bacteria and fungi at bay. These tips will keep your skin youthful and you will feel more confident and satiated than before.
Believe in the age old adage – “Face is the index of mind” and flaunt your best disposition with tremendous confidence.

Written by Seema Alvi

I am a medical doctor with flair in writing. Having a firm belief in the adage-“Pen is mightier than sword”; I feel that words are the best form of expression. Besides providing therapeutic advice to my patients I express my views about everything and anything concerned with health and wellness with the aid of my pen. My greatest strengths are my mother and two beautiful angels.


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