Helpful Home Remedies For Sensitive Skin


Some people are born with sensitive skin, while others experience a change in their skin texture with age and circumstances. Many women witness an alteration in their skin after pregnancy, from normal to dry, their skin goes through a total transformation. After countless encounters with numerous over-the-counter products, a lot of women has decided to switch to natural treatment by using natural products. It is an unbeatable fact that taking care of sensitive skin needs oodles of patience, but once you get the right formula, then nothing can prevent you from showcasing your radiance and glow. Here are some helpful home remedies for sensitive skin that you can follow:

Keep Your Skin Hydrated

Keeping your skin hydrated to say goodbye to dryness, so make sure to drink water but in moderate quantities. Water is essential to keep your skin hydrated and moisturized from within and also helps in flushing out the toxins. You can also take the help of fresh fruit juices, smoothies, and green juices to keep up your moisture levels. You can drink a maximum of 2 liters of water in 4 hours.

Care Your Skin With Coconut Oil

Pure coconut oil is an essential source to keep your skin glowing and keep the dryness at bay.  When applied on the skin it penetrates deeply into the pores, nourishing and moisturizing from within. You can take dry roast 10 black peppercorns and crush them. Now heat about 1 liter coconut oil in a frying pan, add the crushed peppercorns with 3 to 4 dried Indian gooseberries, 10 curry leaves, and handful of henna leaves. Time to steep it for about 10 to 12 minutes or until oil changes its color to black and gives a nice aroma. Store this oil and use it daily to massage your skin along with moisturizing the skin, it will give your skin an enviable glow too. You can use the same oil to moisturize your dry scalp in order to prevent hair fall.

Add Amla To Your Diet

Amla or Indian gooseberry is a rich source of vitamin C, so if you want to have a clean and clear skin in a few days, ensure to add this to your daily diet. Clean, steam, and eat one amla in a day to give your skin that extra dose of nourishment. Alternatively, you can start your day with about 30 ml of Indian gooseberry juice and then add 150 ml of warm water to it and drink it. You will see the results in just 12 weeks. You can add honey as it tends to be a little bitter, but plain juice is always more beneficial. Want some instant radiance? Mix 1 tbsp each of amla juice and honey, apply on your face, and wash off with lukewarm water after 20 minutes. This is one of the effective home remedies for sensitive skin care.

Coolness of Cucumber

Cucumber is my favorite salad veggie. It is equally important when it comes to soothing my puffy eyes loaded with dark circles. Along with repairing your skin gently, cucumber also softens it. Remove the peel, cut it into thin slices, and keep it on your eyes to remove the fatigue and ease the dark circles. They also soothe the ungainly crow’s feet and fine lines that can make one look older. Mix 2 tbsp cucumber juice with 1 tbsp honey to give your skin the nourishment it requires. You can store this, and use it as a refreshing face wash. You can also use cucumber juice alone on your face to brighten it up. One of the coolest home remedies for sensitive skin on face.

Keep A Check On Your Allergies

Allergy and sensitive skin are arch rivals. Scorching sun, pollutants, smoke, dust, pollen, tar, petrol, cosmetics, food items – the list goes on. Sun is the biggest enemy of skin; tan and sun burns are quite common people with sensitive skin. Dust also leaves me with rashes, as do certain face washes and face masks. Make a note of what affects your skin and stay away from them instead of searching for a solution every time you encounter the problem.

Honey- the Real HERO

Honey is known for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiseptic properties. A super hydrating tonic, you can use it as a regular cleansing agent when mixed with one glass of water. Make a coarse mixture of unsweetened cocoa powder and honey. Add coconut oil and milk to make a wonderful scrub for sensitive skin. This mixture can also be used as a face mask. Apply on the face and wash off with lukewarm water after 20 minutes. Honey also heals your sunburns. Just dab on the affected area and wash off after a while.

Conclusion

Each sensitive skin is different and the skincare regimen varies too, so there is an important question that you can’t skip. What are your choices when it comes to home remedies for sensitive skin? Do share your opinion with us in the comments section.