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How to get a glowing skin this Diwali

October 29, 2016 10:00 IST

Drink lots of water, use sunscreen and go slow on sweets and fried food.

IMAGE*: Let your natural glow light up this Diwali.

Diwali calls for renewing homes and surroundings with all the good things that not only spread positivity, but also a glowing spark of light.

Likewise, our skin too needs that extra care to compliment to surrounding and its glow.

Dr Megha Shah, cosmetologist at Beauty and Curves Clinic has come up with some hands-on tips to experience such magic within days.

Consume adequate water 

Water is highly essential for your skin and body.

Between all those hectic shopping sprees and cleanliness drives, make sure to drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of water daily.

It not only flushes out the toxins from your body but keeps you hydrated, making your skin soft and glowing.

Say 'No' to rude food 

It is quite obvious that a festival is incomplete without sweets and all those savoury dishes and fried food.

This rude-food not only leads to breakouts but makes your skin dull.

If you want a glowing skin this festive season, limit the food intake and avoid eating junk food. Moderation is the key to maintaining a healthy diet.

Try to include green veggies and fruits in your diet for that natural glow!

Go for some exercise 

We know that you must be busy with Diwali preparations but between those shopping sprees and socialisation, never forget to exercise.

Physical activity and regular exercise increase your blood flow and releases toxins through sweating.

It makes your skin radiant and improves digestion.

Make 'Sunscreen' your best friend

Despite season change, never ever skip sunscreen!

This is the only thing which will save your skin from harsh UV rays and keep the effect of other skin care rituals deeply intact.

A sunscreen with SPF 30 would be ideal for everyday use. So, follow these few tips to grab all the eyeballs this Diwali.

Lead image -- a still from Prem Ratan Dhan Payo -- used for representational purposes only.

Source: ANI