Wedding is the most important event pat of one’s life and looking beautiful on this most auspicious day is every girl’s dream. But in a bid to look glowing and glamorous, we usually tend to forget that the ultimate way to make your skin glow is from inside. You can never get beautiful skin with just creams and skin treatments, having a proper diet and disciplined routine is very important for a healthy body and mind.
If you are healthy and eat well, your skin will glow without going for any special treatments. Here we have got you some tips, that will not only make your skin glow but also ready for your D-day.
lashing curvy figure and toned abs in low-cut lehengas but going for crash diets to achieve that figure is wrong and very harmful. Having a balanced diet, which is rich in fresh fruits, green vegetables and juices can provide you much needed vitamins. Small meals taken at regular intervals along with regular workouts is the thumb rule to correct your metabolism.
Carrots, apricot, spinach and tomato can be taken frequently, infact daily as they contain Iycopene, which is apparantely goo for skin. Nuts are good, especially walnuts must be taken daily for healthy skin and shiny hair.
Citrus fruits, berries, papaya, watermelon, pineapple and lemon provide much needed vitamin C to your body, it will not only keep the allergies at bay but will also do wonders for your skin. Vitamin E rich foods like almond, olive oil will cleanse your skin and lend a healthy lustre to your hair.
Regular workouts will tone your body. If you are not in favour of joining a gym, you can go for regular morning walks. Brisk walking, jogging and running is a complete exercise for your entire body. A session of daily yoga will make your body flexible and shapely.
Along with healthy diet and disciplined routine, going for regular cleansing sessions and monthly facials will improve your skin texture. Hair spas will also relax the roots of your hair, leaving them soft and bouncy.
Always remember, if you going for any special treatment, plan it well in advance as going for something different just before the ceremony could lead to ugly surprises.