skin care tips-- Natural skin is the best


 Natural Beauty is the best

We know that beaty is a God gifted, it’s actually true but when we reached the world we need to take care of our skin & body. My Beauty Naturally is a one-stop destination for all your skin and hair needs. Got a hair fall problem? Is hair colour making your hair super dry? Have a pimple situation? Want fair, beautiful and glowing skin? Whatever be your beauty emergency, we have a solution for you, with the help of beauty advice from experts, almost  natural beauty to try to deserve you, must try.

For that, let’s start with your crowning glory – your hair. Everyone wants naturally healthy tresses. But how does one learn how to become beautiful naturally? Here’s a simple hair care tip - brush your hair from the roots to ends every night, with a good quality & soft comb. This helps in distributing natural oils throughout the length of each strand and gives your hair a healthy,  strong & shine! Just good hair isn’t enough, one cannot learn how to become beautiful naturally without good skin. Want soft and supple skin? Here’s how to be beautiful naturally. Remember, the best time to apply moisturising lotion is right after a shower, when your skin is still damp. It helps the skin absorb all the moisture and seals it. Wait, there’s more where this came from. So stay tuned, stay natural and stay beautiful.                         

A Natural skin Way To Exfoliate

                                Sea salt removes dry, flaky, dead skin.
Wet face (or anywhere on the body), apply a couple of tablespoons of sea salt, then GENTLY massagewith a wet washcloth or fingers. Focus on the T-zone and cheeks, but avoid the eye area.

After one or two minutes, rinse with cold water to tighten the pores. It is important to do this regularly, or face-creams will not penetrate.
You can do this maximum once per week.

Fruity Lip Gloss

2 Tbls solid shortening
1 Tbls fruit-flavored powdered drink mix
35 mm film container

Mix shortening & drink mix together in a microwave safe bowl till smooth!
Place in microwave on high for 30 seconds until mix becomes a liquid!
Pour into clean film container, or any other small airtight container!

Place mix into fridge for 20-30 minutes or till firm!

Clear Dark Circles Under Eyes...

To lighten dark circles under your eyes, wrap a grated raw potato in cheesecloth and apply to eyelids for 15-20 minutes.

Wipe off the residue and apply an eye cream.

Home made Facial Mask
Face mask for dry skin

1. Take 1 tbsp olive oil and mix with 2 tbsp of fresh cream, leave it on the face for 10 minutes and then wash your face with warm water.

2. Mix 1 tbsp of honey with 15 drops of orange juice and 1 tbsp of fuller’s earth and add 1 tbsp of rose water. Mix well and apply on the face, wash off after 10 miuntes.
Face mask for oily skin

1. Mix a tbsp of honey with 1 egg white and apply thickly on the face and neck. Leave for 10 minutes and wash off.

2. Mix 2 tbsp of papaya pulp with 10 drops of lemon juice and leave it for 20 minutes and then rinse well.

3. Take fresh juice of any of the fruits (orange, sweet lime, watermelon or papaya) and apply on the face as a mask. This is very relaxing, it cleanses the skin, closes pores and stimulates blood circulation.
Carrot Facial Mask

Ingredients Needed:
2/3  carrots
4 1/2 tablespoons honey

Cook carrots, then mash. Mix with honey. Apply gently to the skin, wait 10 minutes. Rinse off with cool water.
Glowing Facial Mask

You will love your radiant skin after using this recipe...

All you need is:
1 tbsp fuller's earth
1 tbsp honey
1 tbsp mashed papaya

Mix and put on face for 20 minutes then rinse off.
Honey Facial Mask

Perhaps the best facial mask is honey.

Place a cloth in warm water and apply to your face to open the pores. Smear on honey, and leave on for 15 to 30 minutes.
Rinse off with warm water, then use cold water to close the pores.
Use once a week.
Beautiful Feet

Everyone wants to have smooth skin and Beautiful Feet

Take 1 cup Lemon Juice, Cinnamon (for smell), 2 tablespoons (or less) olive oil, 1/4 cup of milk, and water you can make a wash that leaves skin refreshed and fragrant (the amount of water does not matter).

If you do not like the cinnamon smell you can replace it with another spice, perfume, or flower petals such as roses.

After you make it, you can put it in a tub were you can soak your feet or body.

Next dry your feet or rinse them with water and a MILD soap.

After a few weeks of doing this your skin will be silky smooth.
White Nails

To whiten your nails, try these:

* Use a common whitening toothpaste. Try scrubbing your nails with Pearl Drops, it's just as easy as achieving a pearly white smile and will take away any stains and shine up your nails.

* Soak your nails in water with lemon juice or lemon slices. The lemon acts as an astringent and will strip away stains. Once your hands are dry, you'll only need to put on a couple of coats of a clear topcoat

Skin care tips for Monsoon

Skin care tips in Monsoon: (Homemade care)

During the monsoon you need to pay attention to your skin as it can react to humidity and dampness present in the atmosphere. If you suddenly notice oily skin and acne blast on your face, then don’t worry. Just try our range of monsoon beauty homemade face packs shared by Dr. Sandeep Suttar – Hair Restoration and Skin Rejuvenation surgeon at Hairrevive, Mumbai

Special Top 10 skin care of Monsoon---
While the showers of first rain may bring joy, it can also give rise to various health problems like viral fever, leptospirosis, allergies and other rain problems.This season go an extra mile to keep the germs and bacteria away. Dr. Shilpa Mittal - Nutritionist, Diet Consultant and Founder of Nutrilife Health Management, Mumbai shares simple tips to enjoy this rainy season in a healthy way.

• This monsoon drink only filtered and boiled water, within 24 hours of boiling. In order to keep germ attack at bay, drink lots of herbal tea like ginger tea, lemon tea etc. If you are not a tea person, then prefer hot vegetable soup this monsoon.

• Pay special attention before consuming any fruits and vegetables, especially leafy vegetables, because they play host to many larvae, dust and worms. To get rid of all these bacteria’s, run them under water. The other best option available is to stem them Soaking the greens in salt water for about 10 minutes can help remove insects.

• This monsoon, cook your food thoroughly. Eating raw or uncooked foods means you are inviting trouble for yourself.

• Instead of garam-garam bhajjiyas, try freshly cooked or freshly cut fruits and vegetables.

• Moderation is the key, during all season especially during monsoons as the body finds it harder to digest food quickly. In order to enhance your digestion, consume foods like garlic, pepper, ginger, turmeric and coriander.

• Non-veg lovers please prefer light meals like soups and stews rather than heavy non-veg dishes.

• Though it’s difficult to resist the street food during monsoon, but stay as far as possible away from all that, as they can be filled with various germ causing diseases.

• Avoid eating stale or leftover food.

• Clean and thoroughly wash your chopping board before using them. Wash your hands before handling food, after eating food, after visiting the toilet. Maintain good personal hygiene.

• Use insect repellents, disinfectants and take proper precautions to stay away from mosquitoes, flies, cockroaches termites etc. Use neem camphor or cloves; to minimize the presence of mosquitoes.

Eat healthy to be hale and hearty this monsoon!

Skin care tips for Summer

Skin care  Of Summer: (Homemade care)

Summer has already knocked our doors and it means business. You step out of the house and you can literally feel the heat burning your skin. Besides dehydrating the body, the extreme temperature can cause havoc on the skin and can cause tanning, pigmentation, early ageing etc. The result is dull, tried and sallow looking skin with zero appeal. Yes, one can always go to the salon but let’s be honest, who has the time? But the lack of time should not refrain you from talking care of your skin and that’s why today we share a list of 20 best homemade face packs which are easy to make but equally effective in beating the summer rage on the skin.
Best Homemade Face Packs for Summer # 1: Mint pack

This pack is one of the best summer packs to soothe your skin from the summer heat.


• Fresh mint

• Turmeric powder – a pinch

• Lukewarm water


1. Take some fresh mint and make a fine paste of it. Now add a pinch of turmeric powder and mix well.

2. Wash your face with lukewarm water and apply this fine paste all over the face.

3. Leave for 15 minutes and wash with cold water

Best Homemade Face Packs for Summer # 2: Cleansing with milk

Regular cleansing is one of the most important steps to get glowing skin during summer.


• Piece of cotton

• Milk


Dip a piece of cotton wool in milk and wipe your face with it. It also cleans unseen dirt which can go down into your pores.
Best Homemade Face Packs for Summer # 3: Almond oil therapy

This therapy is a fine cleanser and it is very effective in protecting the delicate skin under the eyes.


• Piece of cotton
• Almond oil

Dip a piece of cotton wool in almond oil and wipe your face with it. It is an effective cleanser, for removing unseen dirt.
Best Homemade Face Packs for Summer # 4: Soya beans or lentil pack
Soya beans are rich in isoflavone and applying this pack will help to slow down the process of ageing of the skin.


• 50 grams soya beans or masoor dal
• Water
• Unboiled milk
• Almond oil


    Take fifty grams Soya beans (or masoor dal), soak it in water over-night.
    Grind it well next morning into as paste after removing the shells.
    3. Mix un boiled milk and almond oil in the paste and apply.
Best Homemade Face Packs for Summer # 5: Cucumber face pack

This pack will help to keep your skin hydrated and smooth during summers.


1 cucumber
1 tbsp. sugar


1. Peel a cucumber and mash it in a bowl.
2. Add 1 tbsp. of sugar into the mashed cucumber and mix well.
3. Place it in the refrigerator until cool.

Skin care tips of 5 ways

 Tips of skin care of 5 ways: (Homemade care)

Glowing radiant skin, and a healthy lifestyle go hand in hand. If you think you are living a healthy life, but your skin looks unhealthy, then think again. Chances are that your lifestyle may not be half as healthy as you thought. In order to have radiant, glowing skin, what you do not need, are expensive external creams and moisturizers. What you do need however is to have a better understanding of how your body works and the delicate balance that prevails between what you eat and how it affects your body. Here are some tips on how to get better skin.

Hormonal balance:

This is one of the root causes of bad skin. The ups and downs of hormone production can wreak havoc on your skin. By ensuring that you are eating right and staying healthy – your hormonal problems may correct themselves in some cases but many times it could be more serious than that.
For example a common hormonal problem like PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) causes a lot of women to have acne, oily skin or darkening of skin and pigmentation. PCOS is caused because the delicate hormonal balance in the body has been disturbed due to unhealthy eating habits and lifestyle. Therefore if you suffer from bad skin the problem maybe serious and none of the plethora of skincare products out there will be able to solve the problem. It may need to be diagnosed by a doctor in order for it to be pinpointed to hormonal imbalance.
Knowledgeable and creative medical treatment (conventional remedies in tandem with appropriate lifestyle changes) can make a world of difference – for your skin and overall health.

Reduction in inflammation: Inflammation is the way in which the body reacts to a disturbance, be it infection, irritation or other injury. Over a period of time however, when inflammation builds up due to an unhealthy lifestyle, it can manifest in a lot of chronic ailments like chronic fatigue, chronic joint pain, and chronic bad skin amongst others. But lucky for us, it is not too difficult to keep inflammation at lower levels by staying active, eating plenty of green leafy vegetables and other colourful food, having a regular intake of Omega 3, and avoiding white bread, pasta, and sugar.
Inflammation is one of the causes of bad skin and it is very important that we lead an all round healthy lifestyle to keep it under control.

Eat good fats: Many of us avoid any kind of fats like the plague. Infact we’ve been told that eating fried food is the root cause of bad skin. While this is true, all fat is not created equal. Eating junk food, trans fats, fried samosas, and other fried junk is definitely not healthy for your skin and otherwise. Likewise processed food items with a lot of fats are really bad for the skin.
But avoiding all kinds of fat can also be detrimental and can cause your skin to look sallow and unhealthy. A lot of people on strict diets with no fat have unhealthy skin. Therefore ensure that you eat good fats like: Avocados, Fish oil, olive oil, coconut oil, full fat yoghurt and cottage cheese.

Get more nutrients into your diet: What good nutrition does is that it feeds the skin from the inside. It is very important to eat a diet rich in nutrition, and if you do not get adequate nutrition from your diet then supplement it with multivitamins, fish oil capsules, and other vitamins and minerals that are lacking.

Try vitamins like A, C, E, and the B-complex as well as other nutrients like zinc, alpha-lipoic acid, and Omega 3. Vitamins C and E are known for offering sun protection and reducing the damage of sunburn. Vitamin C, DMAE and alpha-lipoic acid help protect skin from the aging ravages of free radicals from sun exposure, pollutants, and other stress. Others like vitamin A and zinc help regulate healthy and well-balanced oil production for skin that’s soft and supple without being too slick.

Sleep well and de-stress: And finally it all comes down to living a stress free existence, which involves plenty of rest and sleep. Too much stress could cause a hormonal spike or even chronic inflammation, which could in turn have a negative impact on you skin. Here are some tips on how to combat stress and how you can improve sleep.

Of course grandma’s remedies work like home made face packs and it helps if you keep yourself well hydrated, but more important is for you to get to the bottom of what you are doing wrong with your lifestyle that is causing your skin to be less than perfect

Skin Care Tips when your Diabetes

Skin Care Tips when your  Diabetes: (Homemade care)
Managing diabetes is about eating right, exercising, and following your doctor’s recommendations. But there are other considerations. For instance, many people with diabetes don’t realize the importance of skin care. With that in mind, here are a few tips to keep in mind:

Hydrate – keeping skin hydrated with a moisturizing body lotion or cream helps relieve the itch associated with dry skin while preventing irritation and cracking. Dry skin thoroughly and moisturize with lotion or cream after a shower or bath. Make sure the lotion or cream is fully absorbed before getting dressed.

#### Do not use creams or lotions on open wounds.
Clean & Dry – ensuring that skin is always clean and dry helps prevent fungal growth and harmful bacteria from developing into infections.
Check & Treat – checking skin daily for cracks, and treating problems straight away helps prevent infections. The American Diabetes Association recommends avoiding harsh antiseptics and talking to a doctor before using an antibiotic cream or ointment.
Avoid very hot baths and showers. Hot water can remove natural oils from skin making it dry and itchy. Try showering or bathing with warm water and limit your time in the water to 10 minutes or less. If your skin is dry, don't use bubble baths. Moisturizing soaps may help.
Always drink plenty of water. It’s wise to cut down on alcohol or caffeine, since these substances can dehydrate the body, robbing the skin of fluids.

Please, remember to wear sunscreen. Sun exposure can damage your skin’s ability to protect itself, so choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 13 or higher. Also, apply a lip balm with an SPF of 13 to help moisturize and prevent chapped lips.