Five DIY quick ways to get a glowing skin

Five DIY quick ways to get a glowing skin

A glowing skin is every womans dream. Not all of us are lucky to be born with amazing skin. We have to make efforts, struggle and play yo yo games in our attempt to get that fabulous complexion. We all know that good health radiates from within and inspite of our busy schedule, we can put good nutrients in our body and take one simple step towards a flawless complexion. Filling ourselves with one glass of organic juice might be the simplest and the most effortless option. Green Goodness Co Juices cleanses are able to reset your taste buds making it easier to make your brain forget all about the bad stuff and allows you to start from scratch without all of those nasty fast food cravings.

Here are five simple ways that you can incorporate in your daily routine to get that glowing skin:


Keeping the skin clean is the most important step. We know that pollutants sticking to the skins surface attract bacteria wish not only lead to an infection and blemishes but also dull the skin. So after you have stepped out, just wash your face with a mild face wash to remove any accumulated dirt. Remember prevention is better than cure.


Drink water as often as you can. It will hydrate the skin and make it supple. Not only the skin but the body will also benefit from this simple act. Water flushes away toxins and leaves the the body clean. A clean inside is reflected externally by soft and clean skin. Opt for a glass of freshly squeezed juice instead of a soda. The water content of the juice keeps the skin hydrated whereas the soda depletes the body of moisture.


Even if you have oily skin, apply a water based moisturiser to get that fresh clean look. The thin film of moisture protects the skin from pollutants as well as the harsh glare of the sun.

Go with your skin type

Understand your skin and then apply the right natural skin care routine for it. Off the shelf products harm the skin in the longer run, as they can be a major source of toxins and harmful chemicals. Initially the chemicals make the skin look good, but this is only temporary. Over time these products leave the skin looking dull and burnt out. These artificial ingredients can also be absorbed into the skin and build up in the body.

Get rid of Acne easily and effortlessly

Get rid of Acne easily and effortlessly

Living with acne is not easy. The stress of scars and the blemishes left behind, with the removal of acne, can leave a deep impact on how we look at ourselves in the mirror. Acne is a complex and multifaceted condition that is not easily treated with one modality alone. In certain cases it is a deep set infection on the skin resulting in inflammation and scarring. For removing acne scars a laser is the best option. MiSkn Acne Laser  ideal to speed up results of internal acne treatment and target scars after breakouts have gone. Each treatments includes LED Light Therapy and a personalized medimask. The specific wavelength of blue LED Light combats acne infection by killing P-Acne bacteria, while Red LED Light stimulates cellular function to improve scarring and post-inflammatory pigmentation. Ideal to speed up results of internal acne treatment and target scars after breakouts have gone.

For milder cases of acne, home treatments that reduce inflammation and bacteria growth can work well. Easily available items like lemons, apple cider vinegar, mint etc combat inflammation and reduce scars to a certain extent. A combination of these can take care of the milder eruptions of acne.

For deeper infections, home remedies may not be the answer. Acne appears when a pore in our skin clogs. Normally dead skin cells rise to the body surface and are shed by the skin. However, when the dead skin cells do not get shed, they tend to stick together inside the pore and remain trapped there a they are not shed by the skin. This happens when the body starts to produce too much oil. Till this point it is fine. However if the skin bacteria also happen to get inside the pore, inflammation and infection sets in. This is the point when a treatment is required. For milder infections a topical ointment applied over a period of 4 to 8 weeks is good enough.

For more severe cases an antibiotic is recommended to address an underlying problem. Peels are also used but only under the supervision of a dermatologist. Chemical peels are used to treat mostly blackheads and papules. If an acne cyst is pretty large then dermatologists can perform an extraction and drain the infection out. Acne should never be tampered with by yourself as touching the infected area will leave permanent scars.