Beauty tips to make you look lovely this Monsoon!


The rainfall gives joy and happiness. However, this time brings some skin problems also. The skin becomes oily, irritable and dehydrated during this time. Here is how you could take care of the skin in the monsoon. First and foremost drink loads of water. This is one of the best and the cheapest way to attain good, healthy and flawless skin, irrespective of the season. Try to drink at least 8-10 glasses of water everyday and you would definitely notice a drastic change within 2-3 months.It is essential that you exfoliate your skin daily to rid it of dead cells but do so gently.


Make your own homemade face peels and packs using ingredients from your kitchen. They are natural and will do a world of good for your skin. If oily skin is your problem then moisturizers that are water based are a great option to help keep oil secretion in check. Use a reliable sunscreen with a good SPF. It may be cloudy but that doesn’t stop the sun’s UV rays from wreaking havoc. Also cleanse your skin at least 3 times a day to remove excess grime and oil that can clog your pores. Some ladies regularly apply bleach over their face to get a glow. But, skin care tips for monsoon include avoiding of bleaching. You may use bleach in any other season but monsoon is the season when bleaches should be strictly avoided. This can even make your face rough.


Here are some best ways to remove excessive oil during monsoon. If your skin is oily, the best way to  is through the oatmeal scrub. This is also a skin care tip for all those with limitless oil secretion during monsoon. You have to add little honey to the oatmeal and apply over your face. Rub it to use as a scrubber and then wash away. The skin care tip for dry skin during monsoon includes a combination of almond and honey. You have to grind almond and make very small grains and then apply honey to mix it proportionately. Apply it on your face and rub with finger tips. The dead skin so formed will be easily removed with this skin care treatment.


Monsoon is the time of humidity which creates itchiness on the scalp. It is recommended that warm coconut oil massage will help to get rid of itchiness.  If there is dandruff in the scalp, massage with neem oil. While shampooing and conditioning your hair twice a week will suffice during any other season you might want to do so more frequently during the monsoons. This is because the humidity that is pervasive during the wet spell makes you sweat; and sweat makes it easy for grime and germs to latch on to your skin.


For some care for your feet, do let your feet breathe. Wearing closed footwear will make your feet sweat, which in turn will lead to fungal and bacterial infections. Instead wear waterproof footwear like sandals and floaters. Also do make sure when you go for a pedicure that the tools are sterilized. While most salons do maintain hygienic conditions, wet spells make it hard to do so. Check that all the tools are disinfected; if required ask them to do so in front of you.