What to do to get flawless skin this monsoon?

Drink a lot of water: Drink at least 8-10 glasses of water daily. Though you need to keep yourself dry from the outside during monsoon to prevent skin problems and maintain one’s health, it is important to consume adequate quantities of water to keep your skin hydrated.

Avoid alcohol-based skin cleansers: You should avoid alcohol-based skin cleansers because it irritates and dries your skin. Instead use a herbal soap or cleanser regularly to get rid of excess oil, grime and dust, and of course to keep your skin free of bacterial infections.

Take mild laxatives: A clean bowel movement is imperative for a healthy skin. Taking mild laxatives such as triphala powder or other natural laxatives such as prunes, figs and raisins is beneficial if you don’t have clean bowel movements. A teaspoonful of triphala powder can be taken at bed time every night, with warm water or milk.

Keep dry: A clean bowel movement is imperative for a healthy skin. Taking mild laxatives such as triphala powder or other natural laxatives such as prunes, figs and raisins is beneficial if you don’t have clean bowel movements. A teaspoonful of triphala powder can be taken at bed time every night, with warm water or milk.

Use cooling herbs: It is beneficial to use herbs that have a cooling effect on the body such as fennel, coriander seeds and amla for a glowing skin in monsoon.Amla helps detoxify the liver and aids digestion, and is also a good source of Vitamin C and other minerals. One of the many benefits of taking it regularly is a flawless complexion.

Wheatgrass: Wheatgrass is a tonic for your skin. It is helpful in boosting the immune system and also wards off or controls skin disorders during monsoon. A healthy immune system is reflected in a healthy and glowing skin. Wheatgrass is rich in antioxidants and is instrumental in detoxifying the blood.

Use aloe vera gel: Aloe Vera gel is very beneficial for the skin because it purifies the blood. Fresh aloe vera gel can be taken in the dose of two or three tablespoons on an empty stomach every day. You can also use fresh aloe vera plant gel on your skin — it has anti-aging, anti-tanning, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.

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