The festive season is here! With Diwali just around the corner, maintaining the perfect glowing skin might come across as a huge challenge for you. But with these skincare tips, it won’t be a problem anymore. So in order to get the perfect glow, all you need to take care is the pre-festive skincare regime. If you are not sure which regimen will suit your skin, these simple tips and tricks will give you the most supple and glowing skin. You need not shell out a bomb on your beauty and skincare treatments, regular DIY homemade skin care tips will work like magic.

All you have to do is maintain a balanced diet, include fresh vegetables into your diet. Also, the basic hygiene is to be maintained, so make sure you wash your face at least twice daily to get glowing skin for Diwali. To flaunt your best look, follow these skin care tips and we assure you that you will look like a goddess on the festival of lights.

1. Eat fresh vegetables and fruits

Diwali skin care: 6 foolproof ways get glowing skin this festive season!

Completely avoid junk food, and try to eat as much as fresh fruits and vegetable. No matter the season or your schedule, try to include a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits into your diet. By keeping a tab on your diet, you will make sure that your skin gets the essential supply of vitamins and minerals. Daily consumption of fresh veggies and fruits will also keep the bowel movement good, contributing to general health and good skin. (ALSO READ: 7 ways to get Anushka Sharma’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil bridal look!)

2. Stay hydrated

Diwali skin care: 6 foolproof ways get glowing skin this festive season!

Half the work is done if you keep a check on your diet. So the next step is to keep yourself hydrated by drinking a lot of water. Gulp down si to eight glasses of water, so that you are not dehydrated. Drinking a lot of fluid will also help flush out toxins from your body and skin, which will give you the perfect glow. (ALSO READ: Diwali 2016: Be a Diwali Diva like Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor with these grooming tips!)

3. Remove your makeup

Diwali skin care: 6 foolproof ways get glowing skin this festive season!

If you cannot stay away from using a whole lot of makeup throughout the day, make sure that you remove your makeup before you go to bed. The removal of makeup has to be done carefully by cleansing, moisturising and toning your skin well before going to bed. If you fail to do so, the residual makeup might cause break-outs and harm the skin. 

4. Face wash

Diwali skin care: 6 foolproof ways get glowing skin this festive season!

With the increase in pollution, you need to take steps to tackle the damaging skin ageing effects of the pollution. Wash your face at least twice a day to keep it clean. But do not go overboard and use a harsh cleanser, always wash your face with a gentle, foaming face wash. To avoid dust from sticking to your skin, you can also use facial wipes to wipe your face, that suit your skin. Also, regular exfoliation of skin is essential to keep it soft and unblock pores.

5. Exercise regime

Diwali skin care: 6 foolproof ways get glowing skin this festive season!

Follow a good exercise regime along with a proper diet to flaunt your best looks this festive season. Try going to the gym, power yoga, Pilates, or take up any physical activity that will help you build strength and de-stress your body and mind. The physical activity will increase blood circulation to the skin and scalp, giving you the perfect glow. (ALSO READ: Green tea for weight loss? 5 reasons why you should NOT drink this miracle beverage)

6. DIY homemade packs

Diwali skin care: 6 foolproof ways get glowing skin this festive season!

Chuck all the chemical treatments and go for the DIY homemade packs for your skin. You can use rosewater and fuller’s earth (Multani mitti) to tighten the skin and pores for stressed out skin. Or apply tomato juice on your face for clearer and more radiant skin. Also. leave cucumber pieces on your eyes to calm the stressed out skin, it works better than any under eye cream.