8 Fabulous Skin Care Tips for Monsoon

Your skin goes through a lot during monsoons. You take good care of your skin during summers, but rains bring no respite when it comes to skin care. Some of the common skin problems during monsoon are athlete’s foot, acne, ringworm et al, apart from oily facial skin. Here are 8 fabulous skin care tips to deal with these problems.

Homemade face pack

Prepare a mixed fruit mask made with pulp of papaya, grated apple, pineapple and watermelon. Leave it for 30 minutes and rinse. Another option is mix two teaspoons of oatmeal, orange juice, curd and honey. Apply evenly on your face and wash it off. You can also prepare a mask by mixing papaya and cucumber.Skin Care

Tomato peels

Rub grated tomato on your face and wash it off after 30 minutes. It rejuvenate the skin and it looks fresh and hydrated.

Homemade scrubber

Scrub twice a week using sugar and honey. Apply it on your face arms and legs, leave it for half an hour and wash it off. This gets rid of the dead skin.

Drink water

Water has always acted as an all-rounder. Water hydrates the skin, flushes toxins and smoothes away the fine lines.

Cold rose water

Store rose water in fridge and apply with cotton pads. Rose water is a natural skin toner and it makes the skin look fresh and alive.

Avoid oily foundations and heavy moisturising creams

These products tend to block the pores thereby causing pimples. Keep the skin clean and use an astringent that will keep the pores of the skin closed, which helps in maintaining the pH balance.

Eat fruits and vegetables

No matter what the season is, include fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet. These foodstuff keep your skin healthy, tight and beautiful throughout the year.

Avoid smoking and alcohol

Consuming alcohol and smoking dehydrate the skin, making it look dull during the monsoons. In fact, it’s better to stay away from smoking and drinking throughout the year. It does a lot of good to your skin.

One thought on “8 Fabulous Skin Care Tips for Monsoon

  1. Wash your hair more often during the monsoons. Tea and lemon juice also make a wonderful hair rinse, adding shine to the hair.

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