Every woman in this world wishes to look beautiful naturally, but due to our busy schedule and work timings, some things are just not possible. Our health is very visible on our skin, so if you are healthy internally, you will look prettier from the outside. When we talk about health, everything counts in it such as happiness, stress levels, sleep timings and much more. Our skin is like a mirror to the health of our body.
1) Drink Water
It must have been saying and heard so many times that you must be done with it! But drinking water helps us the way nothing else can, dehydration makes wrinkles more visible and will make your skin look dull
2) Sweat It Out
About 20% of the body's toxic elimination occurs through perspiration. One should keep things circulating with the help of sweat. Sit in a sauna, exercise, or do both!
Also, Bikram yoga, cycling, or going for a jog are great ways to work up a sweat. Do whichever suits you! Make sure to wash your face before working out, especially if you wear makeup. When you sweat, your pores open up and invite whatever’s around to come to hang out. AKA—your makeup, dirt, and the other remnants of your day. Shower right after you work out to avoid reabsorbing everything you just sweat out.
Exercising also releases endorphins, and we know being happy makes you more beautiful! Plus, getting your heart rate up will give your cheeks some colour, while keeping your heart healthy.
3) Beauty Minerals
Overall, eating a nutritious diet promotes good health and good skin, but there are some nutrients that are especially beautifying.
Sulfur, though not usually included on nutrition labels or thought of as an essential nutrient, is the fourth most abundant mineral in the body and is vital to many of its processes. Having enough sulfur in your body keeps your hair and skin soft and smooth. Eggs, cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and cabbage, and radishes are healthy sources of sulfur.
Zinc is another mineral that will make your skin glow. Get your zinc from seeds such as pumpkin, poppy, or sunflower seeds, spirulina, or mussels.
4) Fall in love with orange
Dark orange foods high in beta carotene can actually warm your complexion. Winter is a great time for sweet potatoes and butternut squash. Peaches, apricots, and carrots are also good options.
Vitamin A is fat-soluble, so eat some healthy fat around the same time to ensure maximum absorption. Eat a slice of avocado after your carrot juice or drizzle some olive oil on a roasted sweet potato.
5)The Other Hair
We religiously condition our hair but mercilessly ignore our eyelashes. What’s up with that? We’re here to promote equality for all hair.
Swipe a gentle oil or organic eye cream on the tips of your eyelashes and over your eyebrows at night to keep them silky soft. This is especially important if you haven’t yet switched to a natural mascara!
Make sure to keep your brows well shaped to frame your face. If plucking isn't your speciality, try waxing or threading to stay looking gorgeously groomed.
Svanah Beauty encourages one and all to follow these practices to keep yourself beautiful, naturally as you are and always will be!