What we eat has a lot to do with how we look and feel.
Eating heavy food is bound to make you sluggish in a weather like this. Additionally, it can make your skin oily and susceptible to breakouts. Go for seasonal fruits and vegetables. Stay away from sugary drinks that are full of calories. Make sure your intake of water is an optimum 8-10 glasses at least. Try vegetable juices and natural alternatives like nariyal pani to hydrate yourself and feel fresh.
Cotton and lighter fabrics are a must to tackle the heat. Tight clothes can cause irritation and make sweaty parts of the body itch more. Prolonged conditions lead to rashes and sometimes even serious skin infections.
If you are prone to prickly heat – a bucket-bath with neem leaves can help. It helps to reduce itching. (M daily use for my kiddo. .really best )
Soaking hands and feet in water enriched with a pinch of salt will help boost blood circulation and after that applying a cream.
Splash your face with water at least 3-4 times every day.
applying plain curd for 10-15 minutes on all dry areas of the body before bathing ..it works wonders.
Natural moisturizers like glycerin and rose water added to the bathing water helps a lot .
Don't forget to wear sunscreen! UV rays can be harmful for your skin any time of the year.
Lemon and tomato are very good for keeping your skin fresh. A quick way to use tomato is to juice tomatoes (don’t add water) and freeze the juice using your regular ice-trays. Use this as a gentle scrub every alternate day and let the juice dry on the skin before washing it off. The lycopene in tomato does wonders for the facial skin.
If too much heat is making your eyes burn, then wash them with clean and cold water. A couple of cold cotton pads dipped in potato juice can be soothing too.
Chlorine water can speed up the process of tanning, that is the reason why we tan more in the pool than ordinarily. Make sure you bathe after a swim to get the chlorine off your body.
SO. ...guys. .health is wealth. ..tk very good care of urself ...😊