How to Get a Glowing and Radiant Skin In Summer

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Now coming back to the post, I’m going to write on how to get radiant skin in summer naturally. It’s a fact that during summer, skin tends to get 2-3 shades darker than any other season and I hate it. Blame the scorching heat and sun. So here are some easy and effective tips to make your skin radiant and help you maintain the glow in summer!

How to Get a Glowing and Radiant Skin In Summer


Eat Fruits, a lot of them!

Summer is the time when you have a variety of different fruits available. Eating fruits which contain water are extra beneficial for skin and overall health as they contain necessary minerals and nutrients. Some famous and delicious summer fruits are watermelon, mango, melon, etc which will help you in staying hydrated. You can also eat cucumber raw or as a salad. 

Don’t Ignore the SPF

It’s obvious that you’ll be exposed to heat and likely to get a sunburn or a tan if you don’t apply sunscreen. Opt for a higher SPF at least 50 to stay protected from the sun. Choose a sunblock which has UVA and UVB protection. Also, cover yourself up especially your face, arms, and feet to avoid dirt and tan. 

Stay Hydrated!

Keep your water levels in check by drinking lots of water. As you know, water flushes out toxins and gives a clearer skin. Staying hydrated will also keep you from feeling fatigued. Drink at least 10-12 glasses of water.

Use a Facial Spray 

Put your favorite toner on a spray bottle and spray on whenever your skin feels tired. It will instantly freshen up your face. You can also make your own face spray. Here’s how:
  • Boil some mint leaves in water. Let it cool and then strain it directly into a spray bottle and keep it on the refrigerator. Spray whenever you want!
  • Take 1 cup coconut water, 1/4 spoon witch hazel, 1/4 spoon rose water. Mix all the ingredients and keep it in a spray bottle. Don’t forget to refrigerate it.

Try All Natural Bleach

Did you know you only need an orange peel to naturally bleach your skin? Take some dried orange peels and grind it. Mix rose water/raw milk with the paste and apply on your face. After 15-20 minutes, wash it off. You’ll notice your skin looking clearer and brighter. Or if you’re a lazy girl like me you can use Fem Pearl Bleach or Fem Turmeric Herbal Bleach for instant fairness and sun tan removal.

Moisturize, moisturize and moisturize!

Even if you have oily skin, you must moisturize your skin. Especially for summer, use a water-based moisturizer which hydrates your skin yet keep it oil free. Invest in a good moisturizer which contains fewer chemicals and more natural extracts.

Exfoliation is the Key to Clearer Skin

Humidity leads to excess sebum which might lead to blackheads and whiteheads. Exfoliate your face twice or thrice a week depending on your skin type. Pick a scrub with mild and non-abrasive granules. Gel scrub would be perfect for oily skin and dry skinned ladies can opt for a cream based scrub. Scrub regularly but make sure not to overdo it.

Some Homemade Beauty Tips

  • Apply egg whites on your skin regularly for bright and oil-free skin.
  • Mash a banana and mix it with 1 tablespoon milk. Wash when it dries.
  • Honey is a natural skin lightener. Mix it with lemon juice and rose water and apply this mixture regularly.
  • Apply potato juice in your face every day.
  • Mix Multani Mitti with sandalwood powder and apply like a face pack.
  • Make a paste out of fenugreek (methi) leaves to get a fair and pimple free skin.
  • Apply fresh aloe vera gel on your face to get rid of marks and scars.
  • Apply sweet almond oil or olive oil daily at night like a night cream.
  • Crush radish finely and apply on your face. It will give a cooling sensation and freshness on the face.
These are the simplest of tips I use to achieve glowing skin! What is your formula to maintain the radiance of skin in summer?

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