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What to do before diwali to make your skin glow

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / 2016-10-25T00:00:00+5:30

Well, when one of the biggest festivals like Diwali is here, the preparation should also be big. Two weeks prior people start cleaning their houses; people decorate their houses in best possible way, buy best clothes and do everything to enjoy the festivity to the fullest. People wish to feel good and look good during Diwali, which is in all aspects is right. When festivity is around, one cannot afford to look bad. So, what all you can do to look good during Diwali apart from wearing good clothes? You can work on your looks. It is true that women will surely switch to makeup to look good on Diwali but surely nothing can beat a flawless glowing skin. However, all the preparation for Diwali makes it a bit difficult for people to take care of their skin.

Yes, a glowing skin can make you stand out, even if you are not wearing makeup and are not wearing great clothes. This video will tell you how you can take care of your skin during Diwali. You must keep your skin hydrated by drinking plenty of water; you must protect your skin from sun by making use of sunscreen and also you must take care of your diet, do not eat fried food and sweets. Also, just a couple of weeks before Diwali, do not forget to exfoliate your skin to get a natural glow on Diwali.




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