15 Herbal Beauty Tips For Glowing Skin February 15, 2017

Glowing skin is a craving that all we women suffer from! Such is our madness that we try every product that claims to give us glowing skin. We completely ignore the fact that glowing is an indication of our skin being healthy. And healthy skin is the only sure lasting way to have glowing skin. Packaged products work on our external features alone and they chemically active which Is definitely not good on the long run. So, go herbal! These herbal beauty tips for glowing skin are products that you can make yourself using the stuff in your kitchen! And they work wonders in the long run. Lasting results and inexpensive, what more can you ask for?

15 Herbal Skin Care Tips:

Let’s begin with the ingredients and the face packs that are the best herbal tips for glowing skin that you can find..

Tip 1: Grapes:

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To add glow to your face, take a few grapes and rub on your face. Or, make it into a pack by mashing the grapes.

Tip 2: Cucumber juice, glycerine and rose water:

Mixing together cucumber juice, glycerine and rose water is very effective. Use it before stepping out in the sun and after returning.

[ Read: Juices For Glowing Skin ]

Tip 3: Sandalwood, turmeric and milk:

Make a fine paste of sandalwood powder, a little turmeric powder and milk. Apply this on face, leave on for a few minutes, and get natural glow and freshness.

Tip 4: Honey and cream:

Mixing honey and cream is a great way to keep the skin soft and glowing, especially during winters. 

Tip 5: Fresh milk, salt and lime juice:

Take some fresh milk; add a pinch of salt and little lime juice, it cleans and opens skin pores.

Tip 6: Tomato juice:

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Tomato juice, mixed with lemon juice helps keep face soft and glowing.

[Read:Simple Ayurvedic Face Beauty Tips ]

Tip 7: Turmeric powder, wheat flour and sesame oil:

Make a paste using turmeric powder, wheat flour and sesame oil.Apply this on your skin to remove unwanted hair.

Tip 8: Cabbage juice and honey:

Cabbage juice when mixed with a little honey and applied on face prevents wrinkles.

Tip 9: Carrot juice:

Applying carrot juice on the face directly is a great way to get natural glow.

Tip 10: Honey and cinnamon powder:

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Make a paste with 3 parts of honey and 1 part cinnamon powder. Apply it on pimples and leave it overnight. This shows a considerable effect in removing pimples and reducing the scaring.

Tip 11: Groundnut oil and lime juice:

Mix a little groundnut oil with fresh lime juice and apply on face to prevent pimples and blackheads.

Tip 12: Aloe Vera juice:

Applying Aloe Vera juice on the affected areas helps in reducing pigmentation marks along with hydrating the skin.

[Read:Beauty Tips For Face Cleansing]

Tip 13: Ghee and glycerine:

A mixture of ghee and glycerine is a great home-made moisturiser.

Tip 14: MultaniMitti, rose petals, neem, tulsi and rose water:

Applying a paste using multanimitti, rose petals, neem leaves powder, tulsi leaves powder and a little rose/lemon water leaves the skin healthy and glowing.

Tip 15: Apricots and yogurt:

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Mix apricots and yogurt to get a smooth paste. This enhances the skin and gives a fresh look. Add honey to the concoction if you have dry skin.

All these contribute to good skin health that results in glowing skin! Follow these herbal beauty tips and watch your craving materialize!

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  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/loukyaverma/ LoukyaVerma

    nice tips… :)

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/rohinikapoor/ Rohini

    Good article i like it…

  • Sowmya

    My skin has been so terrible because off the dust and pollution! Not to mention exposure to the sun. The glow which i had taken for granted when i was young is something i have been yearning for off late. Thank you so much for such a detailed post. I am sure glowing skin wont remain a dream for me anymore!

  • Prapti Jain

    Thanks for sharing such valuable information. All the ingredients are easy to find and use. I’m glad i came to this article. It is of great help because until now i dint kw that fresh apricots and cinnamon would be good for the skin. I’m aware of apricot scrubs but dint kw about its pulp. will try these

  • Prathyusha

    Well, all the ingredients are from the kitchen.. quite easy to do also.. will try at the earliest all of these… way to go Debs!!!

  • grasthi

    No one can ever chuck aloe vera out!! dats the world best ingredient.. i love it.. i even like to put honey and ghee on my face.. they make my skin go wow wow!!!! this is a great article.. thnks for sharing it Debolina.

  • tripti

    My skin gets tanned terribly be it summers or winters and tomatoes acts wonders on my skin removing all the tan from my skin. The best way to use tomato is to massage it atleast for ten minutes for better and radiant skin.

    • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/debolinarajagupta/ Debolina Raja Gupta

      Thanks Tripti for the tomato tip :-)

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/debolinarajagupta/ Debolina Raja Gupta

    Thanks girls…..glad you found the tips useful! :-)

  • Anonymous

    well!! i gather today important infomation.. Mam.. your article is great.. imm happy to have come across this informative piece.. thanks a lot for sharing.

  • Srilata

    informative work!!! hats off to you for finding so many tips.. with different ingredients. i hope they help my dull skin… :)

  • Yahvi

    Hi, nice article.. :) The ingredients you using in these tips are natural and safe for your skin.. :) would love to try a few of them for sure.. :)

  • Harini

    All ingredients are cool.. and best part is all are available at home.. will surely try a few to get super cool glowing skin..:)

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  • shikha sah

    Hi , All ingredient is available in our home ,all people they can use easily at home ,make our skin glowing and beautiful without useing chemical cream.

  • priya

    thanks for you all tips, its very useful in all tips.

  • lyn

    hi i’m “lyn”
    thank you so much for your herbal advice_____

  • vinutha

    thak u

  • nemma

    thanq……i will try

  • maira

    thanx its v easy and helpful

  • Isha

    Nice and interesting tips. Enjoyed reading this article and I especially, like the usage of grapes. Would love to try it and a few more tips. Thanks.

  • nisha patel

    i am really glad to join your site, its so useful and wonderful to know about different things.
    nisha patel

  • meghana

    I should really agree these tips are very easy and so grate so I thank you whole heartily for providing this tips!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Great tips….

  • Amisha

    Hi. I’m in my 40s. Have always been using fruits n herbal solutions / concoctions on my face. Works wonders. I have recently discovered this site and makes me ecstatic to learn that I have never been wrong in using. Honey. Yogurt. Lemon. Rice flour. Saffron. Milk. Egg white. Banana. Tomato juice. Potato juice. From my younger days :).

  • Anonymous

    Its very useful…

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/ StyleCraze

    Thank you for sharing your tips and suggestions with us Sdeep !!

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/ StyleCraze

    Hi Priya, to lighten brown spots, you can try a few easy and natural home treatments:
    1. Yogurt – take the required amount of yoghurt and apply it to the spots on your face and skin and leave it to dry on the skin for twenty minutes or you can leave it overnight. Once it becomes dry, you can wash it off with cold water.
    2. Aloe vera – take some fresh aloe Vera gel and apply it generously on the brown spots on your face. You need to leave it for about half an hour on your face and then rinse it off with cold water. Repeat this twice in day for one or two months to reduce the spots. For better results, you can also drink two tablespoons of aloe Vera juice every day on an empty stomach.