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Summer Skin Care for that Special Glow

Summer skin care

Looking dull and having a sunburn is synonymous with summer if you do not take care of your skin. Summer Skin Care is not just about applying a high SPF sunscreen lotion or scrubs and toners. It is equally important to take care of what you eat to look fresh and energetic especially during summer. The glow in the skin is dependent on the inner nourishment.

healthy lifestyleA few Summer Skin Care tips for the extra glow

Lemon and Banana

You can start the day with a glass of lemon juice or a banana. This will give your body the much-required vitamin C to keep you active throughout. Along with this include citrus fruits like orange, grapes etc. which are also rich vitamin C, to keep the skin looking young. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) protects the skin from aging and also from UV damage.

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Water

Water is non-negotiable. Increase your water consumption by at least 3-4 glasses based on your geographical location to avoid dullness due to dehydration. Dehydration can make your skin either oily or very dry. This may then cause irritation, itching, and pimples.

drinking waterMango

Mango is rich in vitamin A and works very well for women prone to acne. Rich in antioxidants, mango helps you get the glow on your skin during summer.

Fried and junk foods

Avoid deep fried and junk foods. It can disturb your gut health further reducing the glow on your skin and make you look pale.

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Tomatoes

Tomatoes are rich in antioxidant lycopene. This decreases sun damage Caused by UV radiation.

Coconut water

Drinking coconut water and applying it to skin works wonders during summer. It helps to maintain the electrolyte balance in the body. The coconut water acts as an anti-aging agent, as it contains a protein called cytokine. It encourages cell growth and cell activation. Coconut water also contains lauric acid which fights acne. It has an antimicrobial and antifungal property.

tender coconut waterCurd

Curd gives a coolant effect to the body. You can include curd into your regular diet in any form. Make buttermilk, lassi, raita or smoothies by adding fruits to it.

Other Vegetables and fruits

Eat vegetables and fruits like cucumber, watermelon, etc. high in water content to naturally increase hydration.

Eating well and hydrating correctly can help to keep the skin glowing. Skin is the largest organ in our body and is exposed to the heat. Eating nutritious food is very important to keep the healthy glow inside and out this summer.  Get in touch with experts at BucketList Dreams to nourish your skin this summer.

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Better healthAruna, Krupa
Consultants, Nutrition

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