Reset Your Tired Skin A Week Before Eid
Tired and Dull skin? Not on this Eid.
During Ramadan and especially the last ten days, Muslims make the most efforts to pray and get the blessing of the spirituality of the holy month before it ends. The previous nights of Ramadan are spent praying and days spent fasting. It is obviously a busy routine, and then we also need to glow on Eid day with full glamour of wearing new clothes and getting styled up after a whole month of staying busy in extra efforts of prayers. There's no denying having less intake of food and water takes a toll on your skin. Dark circles, breakouts from fried food binge and puffy eyes from sleepless night becomes evident, but every year right before Eid, we fix all that. It is not a time to work on your skin. However, it has to be started a week before Eid. Hence, this is the perfect time to get on track, use the tricks to healthier and ready for Eid skin.
Start With Ice On Hot Days
We have been too heavy with our sehri meals; chances are that it will start showing up on the face. We wake up with puffy eyes and a sleepy face. Where's the freshness? Restore the freshness of the skin, tighten the pores and handle the inflammation with an ice facial. There's a twist with applying ice to the face now. Famous celebrities reveal that they take a bowl of ice and dip their face for 60 seconds every morning to tighten pores, de-puffing the eyes and revitalise the skin.
Keep Your Pocket Light With This Face Mask
Let's admit it after spending on Eid outfits and glamming everything, the budget becomes tight. Hence, a DIY face mask is something we can rely on to rejuvenate the skin. Use mashed papaya with a teaspoon of honey mixed together and applied to the face for 10 minutes. The natural enzyme will cleanse the dead skin.