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It’s summertime and the nature is in full glory. But that also means that the season’s harsh sun is beaming down your skin. While sunscreen is the obvious choice, your skin needs a little more care than just that. Have no fear, we’ve got the best facials for glowing, healthy, and sun-kissed skin no matter how sultry the next few months get, and no matter what your skin type is.

1. Kiss away oily skin with lime

The sweltering days of summer spell trouble for people with oily skin. Over production of sebum mingled with sweat can cause the skin to break out along with problems like enlarged pores, whiteheads and blackheads. Try the lemon juice therapy. The combination of lemon juice, honey, and milk instantly helps to get glowing skin in summer which gives you the much needed respite from greasy skin. Add 1 teaspoon of all the ingredients and apply the mixture on your face for 10-15 minutes. Wash your skin with warm water and see the miracle working on your skin.

2. Yogurt for dry skin

Even though dry skin in summer can be a blessing, it doesn’t mean that you won’t need a skincare routine. Here’s an easy, homemade facial for dry skin- the yogurt face pack. It can be prepared by making a paste of yogurt and honey. This pack revives the dull skin and hydrates the dry skin. It also acts as a natural bleach. Also, honey moisturizes and softens skin naturally.

3. Say hello to haldi-chandan

While turmeric’s antiseptic properties cure any skin-related problems that crop up during summer, sandalwood helps to cool down the skin. Everyuth Natural’s Haldi Chandan Face Pack works wonders on the dry skin during this time of the season. It contains pure and natural ingredients like sandalwood, turmeric and saffron which prevent skin darkening. Its deep cleansing properties remove all skin impurities which make the skin tone lighter. A perfect relief from all the tan that is suitable for all skin types.

4. Cucumber, sugar and all things nice

Cucumber is hydrating and cool not only to eat but also to apply on skin. It works excellently to even out the skin tone and remove sun tan. Just add a dash of sugar in mashed cucumber slices, and refrigerate them for some time. Once it is cool, apply the paste on your face. It'll make your skin glow as it soothes and hydrates it well.

5. The beauty of egg and honey

Who said egg is good only for your health? Here’s what it can do for your skin during the sultry weather. To make the egg mask, add one egg white along with a tablespoon of lemon juice in a bowl. Mix them well and apply the paste to your face. Let it stay for 15 to 20 minutes and wash it away with lukewarm water. This facial will help keep your skin tight and oil free.

Now it’s time to go ahead and indulge in these simple homemade facial tips for glowing skin. After all summer is all about fun, frolic and happiness. So why shouldn’t your skin enjoy it too?

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