Health is the stability of mental, social and physical well being. Glow is something related to physical appearance. Our skin glows due to some external and internal factors.

Let's see what makes our skin to glow.

Skin diseases


Spots and pimples on neck, upper arm, face, chest, shoulder is said to be acne. It is caused due to oil secretions in the body. Sometimes, the gland secrets some amount of oil in our body and also the oily foods we eat induce the gland to secret oil. It usually occurs in females after puberty. Because the sebaceous gland gets activated after puberty. It also occurs popularly in males. It leaves scars on the skin. It is not dangerous. Squeezing pimples, genetics, hot climate, oily foodstuffs, oily makeup, stress, menstrual cycle, sudden mood swings are the causes for acne.

Home remedies for acne


Home Remedies for Acne: Source- TheAllMag

  • To treat mild to moderate acne tea tree oil is used.

  • Apple cider vinegar is one of the remedies for acne.

  • Since honey and turmeric have anti-inflammatory property it is used as a remedy for acne.

  • Green tea is another remedy for acne.

  • Due to the presence of astringent property in aloe vera, it causes a reduction in sebum secretion.

  • Mix honey or rosewater in lemon juice and apply over the face three weeks regularly to get rid of acne.


Overactive immune system causes psoriasis. It is caused due to smoking, drinking. Dry air, cold temperatures, less natural sunlight and extreme change in climatic conditions causes psoriasis. Sunlight plays a vital role in psoriasis. Medications such as chloroquine, Indomethacin, ACE inhibitors make psoriasis worse. Puberty, menopause and after pregnancy psoriasis is likely to occur.

Home remedies of psoriasis


Natural Remedies for Psoriasis: Source- ArticleCube

  • Stand-in sunlight until your skin gets sufficient vitamin D.

  • Keep your skin always as humid rather than dry.

  • Avoid soaps and perfumes since they have lots of chemicals but good fragrance.

  • Nuts, omega-3 fatty acid, cold water fish are good for psoriasis.

  • Avoid liquor and nicotine.

  • Apply turmeric in your face since it is an antioxidant.

  • Avoid fatty snacks.


Skin acts as a barrier from the invasion of infectious agents. It is a natural guard for our body. But at times, skin loses its ability to give protection. This condition is said to be eczema. As it fails to provide protection it forms the gateway for many diseases. Due to itching of skin, poor sleep takes place. It causes hay fever and asthma in children. Opens way for many skin diseases. It causes neurodermatitis.

Home remedies for eczema

  • Moisture your skin and don't leave the skin in a dry condition.

  • Reduce the exposure of sweat, dust, soaps, detergents.

  • Eggs, milk may also cause eczema in children so consult a doctor.

  • Take a bath in warm water and avoid itching and scratching.

  • Aloe vera gel is used to avoid eczema.

  • Coconut oil and honey is also used to treat this disease.

  • Bleach in the bath decreases the bacteria in the skin.

  • Fish, leafy greens, vegetables, colourful fruits, beans, lentils, milk egg are a common source of anti-inflammation.

  • It can be used to prevent inflammation due to eczema.


Home Remedies for Eczema: Source- Top10HomeRemedies

Benefits of Exercise on healthy skin


Benefits of Exercise on Skin: Source- ZeroFatFitness

  • Exercise helps the skin to make fresh and clear by sweat.

  • Exercise maintains the hormone cortisol which is stress handling hormone. So acne gets prevented and wrinkles get reduced.

  • It keeps skin moisturized.

  • Pure oxygenated blood is pumped by the heart after aerobic exercises so that the skin gets a glow.

  • Building muscles makes your skin healthy and strong.

  • Risk of skin cancer can be reduced after exercise due to quicker skin repair.

Teen skincare

Teens should take additional care to their skin. It is important because all skin problems start during this age. Earlier the protection, healthier skin. Teens have a problem in taking care of their skin. Once they don't take care of their skin in this age, later it will be a burden to repair their skin. So teens must be cautious towards their skin.

Cleanse your skin twice a day. Avoid too much of makeup. Remove your makeup before bed. Wash your face after sleep. Use natural cleansers for cleansing. Avoid artificial products. Don't use too many face creams and spoil the texture of your face.

Essential fruits for skin glow


  • It acts as a detoxifier to skin.

  • It enhances the blood supply to the skin.

  • Pomegranate juice works effectively on the skin.

  • Its enzymes keep the skin younger.

  • It reduces wrinkles.


  • It increases skin elasticity.

  • It contains potassium and zinc.

  • Thus it provides hydration to skin and also prevents acne by fighting against bacteria.

  • Rub the banana peel on your face. It makes your skin to glow.


  • It is a natural toner to the skin.

  • The red colour of the fruit controls ageing.

  • It enriches dull skin.


  • Rough skin can be smoothened by applying papaya over the face.

  • It removes wrinkles on the face.



Kiwi: Source- Sci

  • It defends from germs since it has omega-3 fatty acid.

  • It is highly rich in vitamin C.

  • Sebum secretion is controlled by kiwi so that it prevents sticky skin.


  • It treats blackheads.

  • Skin tone is increased by orange juice.

  • Treats acne.


  • It lightens and brightens our skin.

  • It is very important for good and healthy skin.

  • Tanning is prevented by apples.

  • Excess oils and pathogens entry are controlled by the properties of apples.

Tips for glowing skin

  • Stay clean and moisturised.

  • Wash your face whenever possible.

  • Don't use hot water.

  • Wash with warm water.

  • Avoid over usage of creams.

  • Do yoga to avoid stress and implant glowing skin.

  • Use sunscreen to prevent sunburns.

  • Sleep well.

  • Drink plenty of water and keep your skin hydrated.


    Glowing Skin Tips: Source- Femina

These tips will make the skin glow and healthy.