With the recent high temperatures ranging from 30 degrees to 40 degrees in the various regions in Ghana, its safe to say one has to protect his/her from the harsh weather conditions.
Not a lady or gentleman in the country would like to have skin dehydration, discolor or have dead skin cells which might lead to other skin diseases.
Below are some products one can use for a healthy skin glow.
1. Drink lots of water to help keep the skin hydrated. Experts says drinking 2.5 liters of water a day can help wash out toxic waste from the body and help the skin glow.
2. Turmeric has antioxidants properties which also helps keep the skin glowing. Mix turmeric with water as it forms paste and apply to the skin for a 10-15 minutes period and wash with warm water.
3. Coconut oil is not only used for cooking rice but can be applied to the skin. It contains VU radiation which protects and nourishes the skin to glow. Just apply and massage to skin.
4. Aloe Vera is good for the skin as it heals and rejuvenates the skin. Most homes in Ghana have the aloe Vera growing in their garden. It is not just for decoration but can be used for different natural home remedies. Apply it to skin and leave it for a short period, wash with warm water after.
5. Cucumber contains a lot of water. In most Beaty clinics, cucumber is place on the eyes as it removes dark eye patch whiles cooling the skin.
If you are too busy to try any of these remedies then it’s best to apply sunscreen before stepping outside or use Shea butter, one of Ghana’s best creams.
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