Do you feel jealous of people with flawless skin? Did you know that you can look just like them? Here are few beauty tips to help have beautiful, fair skin.
Make use of night creams
Walk to you local stores and you will see hundreds if not thousands of night creams that you can use to rejuvenate your skin. Studies have shown that few people are able to have the recommended 8 hours of sleep. Due to this they have tired-looking skin. The night cream helps your skin have a well-rested look.
Make use of home remedies
If you do not have money to buy a night cream you should not worry as there are many home remedies that you can use. One of the most effective is yogurt. Add 1 tablespoonful of yogurt in 8-10 drops of lemon juice and mix them together and you will have an effective night cream.
You can make the cream interesting by adding lavender or rose oil. If you are allergic to lemon juice, use tomato puree instead. Just like when using the commercial night cream, apply the homemade cream every night.
Ripe papaya is another great product that you can use. You should mash it well with a fork and then add a spoonful of fresh cream or yogurt.
In addition to these there are other products that you can use such as orange, strawberries, turmeric powder and cooked oats.
You must have heard this on numerous occasions and I repeat, you need to exfoliate for you to have smooth, fair skin. For ideal results you should use a facial peel with a gentle fruit-based acid.
If you can not afford the commercial product you should use sugar. All you need to do is wet your face then apply a little sugar on it. You should then slowly rub the sugar on your face.
Take the right vitamins
Vitamins are integral for a beautiful, smooth face. One of the best vitamins that you should include in your diet is vitamin C. In addition to lightening your skin, vitamin C also contains suppleness of the skin.
Great sources of vitamin C include tomatoes, green peas, sweet peppers, and cantaloupes. It's also good that you take citrus fruits such as oranges, gooseberries and lemons.
Another important vitamin that you should take is vitamin A. Vitamin A keeps the skin healthy and tight. It also clears up blemishes and skin tans. Foods rich in beta-carotene aid in minimizing sun damage.
Great sources of vitamin A include tomatoes, watermelon, egg yolk, non fat milk, papaya and carrots.
Protect your skin using sunscreen
To keep off the harmful sun rays you should use sunscreen. Many people apply sunscreen only when they are on the beach, but this should not be the case. You should apply it daily. Experts recommend that you apply it 30 minutes before you leave the house.