5 ways to make your skin glow till EID!

You all must be wondering what is wrong with me that I have been only posting about EID stuff alot but the answer is too simple “Excitement ” for the EIIDDD! We are pretty hyper and energetic to celebrate EID. Positive vibes all around.

While we all were sitting in our office and discussing this hottest summers that make our skin super oily and thus uncomfortable there I came up with an idea to enlighten you guys with some super easy tips to keep your skin healthy and glowy till Chaand raat.

Facial Cleansing Brush:

Dead cells pile up over time, preventing your skin from reflecting light—which in turn gives it a dull look. So, when you cleanse at night, scrub away the dearly departed with a facial cleansing brush, which (bonus!) also deep-cleans your pores of stubborn makeup, grime, and oil.


Cleansing your skin doesn’t mean stripping it of natural oils and moisture. You want a cleanser that gently cleanses, and replaces lost lipids, while restoring your skin’s natural pH.Foaming and sudsing qualities in some skincare cleansers are a sign of high pH, which can be damaging to your skin. High pH ingredients can throw your skin’s natural pH out of balance which then causes your body to scramble to return much-needed moisture to your skin.To cleanse and balance your skin naturally, use an oil based cleanser – like the Daily Essentials “CLEAR – Gentle Cleanser” – which will gently remove makeup and impurities without drying out your skin or changing its delicate pH balance.

Also, look for natural ingredients like argan oil (known as “liquid gold”), aloe, coconut oil and arnica flower extract which all help rejuvenate and regenerate skin.


That begins with your diet, and making sure you’re eating good foods that are going to supply your skin – and internal organs, including your brain – with a healthy dose of hydration to help them fight off the harmful effects of your daily environment.

Loading up on antioxidants in your diet is a great way to nourish your body – and skin – from the inside out. Pineapple contains bromelain, an enzyme mixture, which has an anti-inflammatory effect on your body. Colorful fruits and veggies, chia seeds, and avocado are also nutritious and cleansing foods that will have a lasting effect on the overall appearance of your skin.


A good moisturizer should actually hydrate and plump up the skin with natural actives rather than just sit on the surface like a lot of products do.In many skincare products moisturizer contains ingredients that just sit on the surface of the skin and don’t enhance the quality of your skin. While you may get the appearance of hydration from them, it’s not everything your skin needs.

So when it comes moisturizing your skin – it’s best not to skimp. Super-hydrate your thirsty skin with quality products that replenish and protect against oxidative skin damage and dryness.


Your skin naturally produces sebum, which is a natural oil that waterproofs and lubricates your skin and hair, but if your skin is stripped of this oil your skin can become dull and unhealthy.

Natural oils can help balance the sebum production in your skin. People once thought using oils would clog pores and cause break outs. However, finishing your skincare routine off with a blast of healthy oils not only keeps your skin in peak condition… it can make all the difference in boosting your outer glow.

And the best part is, if you follow these steps daily, you’ll see your skin’s radiance improve making your skin look and feel sublime.