Diwali is just around the corner and preparations are at full swing to make the festival a grand affair. From redecorating our homes to preparing yummy delicacies, we are doing it all for the upcoming Diwali celebration. That's not all. We also have bought new clothes and jewelleries to up our Diwali fashion game. But what about that glowing skin? Amidst all the preparations, we often tend to ignore our skin health, leaving it exhausted and tired. Agreed? This is why, experts suggest taking good care of our skin and hair as well, to get that glow naturally. Fret not, as always, we have got you covered.
We have found some quick tips that will help your skin be Diwali ready, instantly. And guess what, you just need to add some basic food items to your regular diet. Sounds perfect; isn't it? These tips are shared by celebrity nutritionist Nmami Agarwal on her official Instagram handle. Let's take a look:
Diwali 2022: Here're 4 Food Items For Glowing Skin - Suggests Nutritionist Nmami Agarwal:
1. Saffron Water:
Saffron is known to be loaded with vitamins and anti-inflammatory properties, which help soothe your skin and make it look healthy and glowing. The expert suggests, "Soak one to two strands of saffron overnight and drink it in the morning."
2. Amla Shot:
Amla is a treasured food ingredient since ages. It is loaded with antioxidants, vitamin C and several healthy minerals that help flush out toxins and make the skin look fresh and glowing. Nmami Agarwal suggests, "Grate two amlas, squeeze the juice out of it and drink."
Nuts are touted to be superfood for the health benefiting properties. The fibre in it helps regulate metabolism, further boosting overall health. And "the amazing fatty acids in a handful of nuts help your skin look healthy," she adds.
4. Citrus Fruits:
The goodness of citrus fruits needs no introduction. The antioxidants and vitamins in lime, orange and other citrus fruits help clear impurities and boost skin health.
So, what are you waiting for? Include these healthy ingredients in your diet and enjoy a glowing skin, this Diwali. But always remember, moderation is the key.
Have a happy and glowing Diwali, everyone!
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