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12:00 AM, May 16, 2017 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, May 16, 2017

Skin Care

The sun has started blazing through the clouds. Consequently, our skins have already started losing its moisture. It is getting rough, rugged and tangled. Harshness of the sunlight along with heaps of dust badly turns our skin coarse and gloomy. So our skin naturally demands some extra care and a touch of nourishment to bring the glow and radiance back to it. The matter becomes more of a concern for students and working women whose skin get much more affected by scorching weather of the times, for their regular outings for daily shores and work.  

Our skin has three types: combination, oily and dry. Getting well acquainted with one's own skin type is a must before starting to treat any problem.

Some skincare tips have proven to be helpful regarding skin's glow and overall health. 

For instance, clean your skin before leaving the house so that existing bacteria can be removed. 

Use a gentle face wash each morning to ensure the clarity of the skin and to avoid building up of dirt. Soft and non-greasy moisturisers do not harm our skins.So it can be used on a regular basis. 

Keeping a gentle moisturiser in your bag can be a great option. Apply sunscreen every morning to ensure protection from the sun and its harmful radiations, and reapply every few hours. 

Moreover, if you allow your skin to get dehydrated, it is likely to become irritated and more sensitive. It is absolutely vital to make sure you drink enough water to keep your body and skin hydrated. 

Cleansing skin thoroughly will ensure that city induced bacteria is properly removed from your skin. 

Ensure that you are heading towards bed at a reasonable hour and getting at least eight hours of a quality sleep each night – your skin will reward you  for it.

By Jennifer Kamal

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