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The excess humidity in the environment causes rashes, itchiness, infections and other skin related issues.
Monsoon comes with several seasonal disorders especially skin related. The excess humidity in the environment causes rashes, itchiness, infections and other skin related issues. Experts suggest that you should prevent yourself from being drenched in rain and use umbrella whenever you get out of the home.
Well, prevention is always better than cure, here are 4 easy ways to keep your skin healthy during Monsoon.
The intense moisture in the environment makes skin itchy and prone to infections. And Aloe vera is the best treatment in such case. Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory properties that soothe the skin. It prevents itchiness and also prevents skin from infections.
Neem is considered as one solution for many problems. From ancient times, Neem has been given immense importance due to its medicinal properties. It is an antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory herb. Neem treats infections like acne, pigmentation, rashes, etc. Neem can be used in various ways, you can either consume neem with food or directly apply neem on the infected area.
Body`s immunity plays an important role when it is about fighting with external infections. Haldi or turmeric is one of the best daily used item that helps to boost immunity and heal the body from within. Haldi packs are popular beauty product that is used to treat acne, pimples and other skin problems.
Most of the skin related problems are caused due to impurities within the body. Herbal Tea brewed with herbs like green tea, ginger, lemongrass, tulsi, chamomile, etc gives the body a cleanse. Ayurvedic herbal tea cleanse the body which further cures several skin diseases.
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