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Christmas Eve Special: 3 Ancient Beauty Secrets To Own A Festive Glow...

Own A Healthy And Glowing Skin With These Simple Tips...

Written by : LifeStyle Team

Wow… Christmas, the most celebrated festival is just a day away and the pre bashes and parties have already made their way and are making you enjoy to the core, isn't it? Yes… And being the festive vacation, do spare some time towards your skin make it glowing and healthy. And what can be more beneficial than following a natural skin care regime instead of filling the carts with branded products?

EeYuva is here with a few natural skin care tips… Have a look!

 Hand Cream 

  • Regular use of hand cream will help protect the hands from dryness, irritation and cracking. Ingredients like kokum butter, organic honey, aloe, turmeric, sesame oil, apricot oil have ultra-moisturising which keep the skin nourished and soft.


  • Protect your hands by wearing rubber gloves for your washing. Always apply a good hand cream post washing hands to retain moisture.

 Sun Protection Cream 

Protecting our skin from UV rays in winters as important as in summers. It is essential to protect our skin from the harsh sun rays, which can make them drier and look hydrated. Apply a sun protection cream before going out in sun to keep it from cracking and peeling.

 Care For Your Feet 

You should massage feet at night with a good nourishing cream and don't forget to massage your nails and skin around your nails.

 DIY Face Pack To Reduce Dryness

Face Pack

Mix 1 tablespoon avocado oil into 1 tablespoon honey and 1 tablespoon yoghurt and massage the face. Wash off after 10 minutes to reduce dryness from your skin.

 Before And After Bath

  • Before taking a bath, apply oil and massage your skin. It will help in making your skin soft and supple.

  • Apply cream immediately after you take a bath. Your skin is damp at that time and applying moisturiser soon after you take the bath helps lock moisture in your skin.

  • For winters try and use soaps with glycerin or shower gels.

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