• We love glowing and supple skin.
  • Eating properly is always recommended to maintain the diet from within.
  • Pooja Makhija gives 2 quick tips for healthy skin.

We all want supple, healthy and glowing skin. Naturally healthy skin can’t contain loads of blush, highlighters, or other makeup products. Therefore, we prefer to pay special attention to our skin health to always keep it clean and clear. As careful as we are, there are some inevitable skin problems that most of us face year round. One such problem is acne. Acne is basically a skin condition where the hair follicles under the skin become clogged from overproduction of oil. This leads to small breakouts and red spots on the skin. According to macrobiotic nutritionist and naturopath Shilpa Arora, acne is an obvious sign of an imbalance in the body when toxins are not properly flushed out. “Acne can be unpredictable and quite annoying, but the truth is that it is one of the most common skin conditions affecting teenagers around the world,” she adds.

While creams, skin oils, and other topical applications work as a temporary solution to acne, skin experts recommend maintaining a balance in our bodies to promote nourishment Skin health from within. If you look around and browse the internet, you will find hundreds of hacks and tips to help prevent acne. So many options can be confusing at times. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Celebrity Nutritionist Pooja Makhija She recently took part in her Instagram grip to share a little video with 2 very basic tips to stay healthy and healthy glowing skin. Let’s find out.

Home remedies for glowing skin | 2 simple tips to get rid of acne:

1. Take 2.5 to 3 liters of water a day:

Our skin reflects what our gut is inside. Hence, a good amount of water each day will help us stay hydrated, relieve constipation and other intestinal irritations. This further leads to a proper detox and helps us get glowing skin. Come in addition, Pooja Makhija it says: “Add 2 teaspoons of sabja seeds (basil seeds) to your first 1 liter of water. This will keep our intestines cool and the skin clear.”

2. Cut out dairy products:

Dairy products like milk, cheese, ghee, butter, buttermilk, etc. can irritate your intestines. And that leads to irritated skin.

“These are very simple tricks. Try them for 2 months and see the difference,” she concludes.

You can find the complete video here:

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