You have heard this a million times, but once again drink lots of water. By increasing your water intake, you can flush out the toxins in your body to improve the health of your skin and your body.
Cleanse using a mild, non-soapy cleanser that ensures deep cleansing to wash away impurities. Follow-up with a moisturiser suitable for your skin type. Oil-based for dry skin and water-based for oily or acne prone skin.
A sunscreen is a must even during monsoon as the sun's UV rays are still present and can harm the skin. Use a water resistant sunscreen that is recommended by a dermatologist.
Monsoon fruits like jamun and plums should definitely be a part of your daily diet. Consume fruits that are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Exercise is a great stress buster and helps in maintaining healthier skin. Include yoga and indoor excercises to keep your skin glowing and feeling fresh.
Take a cue from the DIY beauty routines of Kareena Kapoor Khan, Ananya Panday and Kubbra Sait, and use natural pantry ingredients from your home kitchen to whip up masks and scrubs.
Mix one egg white with 1 tsp of honey to make a fine paste. Apply it all over your face and allow it to set until it gets dry. Wipe it off and wash your face with cold water.
Green tea powder with 1 tbsp of yoghurt helps chemically exfoliate and add glow to your skin. Green tea provides an antioxidant boost and helps fight free radical damage, while yoghurt gently exfoliates.