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Beaches, holidays, blooming flowers, floral dresses, summer is all about feeling bright, cheerful, and beautiful. But does your skin love the summers as much as you do? After all, the harsh weather not only leaves you with a tanned skin but also causes the pores to get clogged because of excessive sweating. Moreover, the grime and dust makes the skin look dull and oily. But fret not! Here’s how you can get a glowing skin and transform into a radiating goddess with these simple and natural remedies this summer.

1.      Stay hydrated

Water is the best way to get rid of all the toxins in your body, so drink up as much water as you can. You can also gulp down a glass of chilled lime juice, buttermilk or coconut water during the day. Don’t believe us? Take a selfie the day you start your fluid intake, and then at the end of the week. We bet you will see a significant difference. 

2.      Watch what you eat

What you eat shows on your face. Consumption of oily snacks and salty products can either dehydrate your body or make your skin look greasy. Include high water content fruits in your diet like watermelon, cucumber, oranges, and lettuce which will give you enough nutrients and anti-oxidants. 

3.      Don’t ditch your sunscreen

Sunscreen not only prevents skin darkening and skin damage, but also protects you from the harsh UVA rays that can lead to skin cancer. Apply an SPF 50 sunscreen 30 minutes before you step out in the sun. Preferably, opt for a waterproof sunscreen for best results.

4.      A strict skincare regimen

Part of having glowing skin is learning to take care of it not only from the inside, but also from the outside. This means watching what you apply to your skin.

Some of the treatments for treating dull skin in summers are the ones we follow on a daily basis like washing your face regularly, scrubbing, and exfoliating your skin with the face masks that suit your skin.

One of the best peel-off masks for dull skin is Everyuth Naturals Golden Glow Peel-Off. It contains orange peel extracts which give you an instant glow. Its 3-way action works wonders for your skin by peeling away dirt and bacteria from the pores, keeping it radiant and youthful! What makes it everyone’s favourite is that it’s recommended for all skin types.

Also try to keep your makeup understated in summers as it tends to go deep into the skin and clog the pores, causing your skin to look very shiny.

5.      Home remedies to revive your dull skin

Apart from the above tips, you can try these really easy ways to avoid any other ill effects of the heat on your skin.

- Take a shower twice a day, and wipe your face with cold towels or ice packs often

- Make a natural toner by mixing equal amounts of glycerine and rose water 

- Prepare face masks for dull skin like yogurt and turmeric or honey and lemon.

These natural tips will give you the confidence to face summer with younger, revived, and glowing skin. So go ahead, enjoy the summers as you like it and don’t let the sun dull your shine.

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