Vitamin C intake in the form of juices like orange juice or a cup of water in the morning with 1 tsp squeezed lime or lemon and half a teaspoon of honey is a great way to start your day.
Vitamin A should be an important part of your diet. To tighten your skin and brighten the complexion, you need to include non-fat milk, egg yolks, and shell fishes in your diet. You should also have foods like carrots, watermelons, and ripe papaya, which are colored foods. The beta carotene in these will make your skin glow.
Drinking 8-10 glasses of water is essential for a hydrated and toxin-free body.
Lessen Sun Exposure
Limit your exposure to the sun. Wear a cap or a hat or take an umbrella when it’s too sunny outside. Apply a UVA and UVB sunscreen at least 20 minutes before stepping out into the sun.
Scrub the whole body with a natural scrubber or a mixture of sugar and honey, it works really well. Grind the sugar and massage till it dissolves. Everyday exfoliation doesn’t need to be vigorous or for a lengthy time period. Just 3-5 minutes is good enough.
Sometimes (at least once a month) hire someone or ask someone you are comfortable with to scrub your body with castor oil or olive oil and fat sugar granules (not the granulated ones that you use every day).
Regular exercise is recommended for people who don’t have an active lifestyle, like homemakers.
These homemade beauty tips for face brightening should definitely help you add a glow to your skin.