Few Home Remedies for Bride to Be For Flawless Skin
Wedding day is a girl’s most important day and she starts dreaming about it from very young age. All these years she dreams about her prince charming and definitely how flawlessly beautiful she will look on her wedding day. Finally when the day comes she takes months to plan what she is going to wear and what makeup she is going to apply on her wedding day to look beautiful. But with all these preparations a good skin care regime is very important because it is what is natural and will reflect through makeup. Therefore, following is a list of few skin care regime to make bride look even prettier on her wedding day.
Tomatoes – Sunburn:
Wedding brings a great deal of going out for long hours of shopping. Due to which your skin comes in contact with sun light, pollutants and harmful chemicals that makes it dull and sometimes tanned. Therefore, the easiest preventive action is to apply sunscreen before going out but the sunscreen available in markets are filled with different chemicals that may affect your skin. You can go for even simpler home remedy to get rid of sunburn. As soon as you reach home slice a tomato into two halves and rub them on your face. Tomatoes are well known for their benefits for skin as it contains Vitamin A, Vitamin K, Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6 that makes your skin healthier. In addition to this tomatoes also contain lycopene that is an extraordinary antioxidant that works as depigment for skin and treats sun tan.
Even and Hydrated Skin:
If you will apply makeup on a dry uneven skin your makeup will soon appear flaky. Therefore, it is recommended to exfoliate your skin twice a month because your skin cells have a natural life of 28 days and after that they must be removed and exfoliation helps with it. However exfoliation has many other benefits for skin like it increases the blood circulation making it healthy and minimizes pores that help in avoiding skin breakouts. You can prepare your own exfoliator by using 1t spoon rolled oats powder with 1tb spoon of honey. Apply it and message gently and rinse. The oat granules will help in exfoliating skin and honey will hydrate it.
Tea Bags – Under eye circles:
There are many pre-wedding functions arranged to make you feel special. These sleepless fun nights and hectic days may cause under eye circles and puffiness which you can treat easily by using used tea bags. Tea which contains caffeine, tannins and anti – oxidants is preferably more effective in vanishing under eye circles. Anti-oxidants work as an anti-inflammatory which sooths the eyes and reduce the puffiness and tannins in the tea helps to lighten the dark circles. Save the used tea, before applying simmer it in warm water for 2 minutes, squeeze the water out, place it over your eyes for 10 minutes before sleeping, rinse and sleep.
Coconut Oil – Feet Care
The Least Attention is given to feet care however it is yet another thing you must focus on. Taking proper care of feet is as mandatory as taking care of your face. Therefore plan a proper feet care regime. Just before a week of your wedding you can get smooth and soft feet by washing it at night and applying tea tree oil with some carrier oil and sleep with it. Tea tree oil is well known for its beauty benefits as it has anti-oxidants and anti-septic properties which help to kill bacteria, fungus and heals the dead skin. If you do not have tea tree oil you can find different 21 ways to remove and heal dead skin of your feet.
Jane Scott is currently working as a nutritionist at a renowned firm. With an experience of more than a decade, she is considered as a go-to person in her field of work. She also writes blogs for her website Home Remedies for Life.
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