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How to take care of your skin during the rush hours pre-Diwali. These handy tips will help you.
The festive season that started with Navratri’s has now Diwali knocking at the doors. With all the hustle bustle of shopping, cleaning and decorating the house, hosting a party one fails to take care of one’s skin. A fast post festive skin care, however, will not only take care of your party glow but also detoxify yourself post all the festivities are over.
Parlor treatments increase post-Diwali. With expert’s help, these DIY skin care techniques listed below will take no time, are effective and won’t let you shell out a bomb.
On consultation with Dermatologist, Dr. Deepali Bhardwaj, she told NYOOOZ, “Drinking water and keeping oneself hydrated is the most important trick. The smokers and high caffeine in takers, travelers should especially look towards having fluids all through the day. Only medicated hair serums are advisable for hair. Facial yoga during travel is a good way to exercise on the wheels.”
Nothing can make you look and feel good as a healthy lifestyle can. Include two colours of fruits in your daily meals.
Prepare a face pack consisting of lemon juice, sandalwood, yogurt, multani mitti. People with oily skin can give curd a miss and use more of lemon juice. Tomato juice works wonders over tanned skin.
Do not wash your face for more than two to three times. People with dry skin loose Natural Moisturising Factor (NMF) making your skin look dry and dull. For oily skin people, washing would make your oil glands (sebaceous glands) go into an overdrive and produce more oil.
Choose the right make up
Rubbing ice cubes on face slows down sweating and won’t let your make-up get patchy. Use water-proof mascara and eye-liners, and transfer-resist lipsticks. This is let the make up last long.
Puff your mouth with air and play with the air ball between the cheeks in your mouth from one cheek to the other, five times. Release air while making a small “O”. Keep repeating the exercise three-four times to keep your cheeks firm.
Literally meaning self-eating autophagy resembles the body’s system of cleaning house. After all the indulgence during Diwali, skipping meals will ultimately benefits the body. Research says, occasional fast is associated with lower risks of diabetes and heart disease. Go slow on your appetite pre and post Diwali to prepare your body take the extra calories on the day in between.