Summer Skincare: From Lassi to Am Penna to Sattu Sherbet, these great drinks also do wonders for our skin health.
Just when you think you’ve managed to beat the heat by turning on the air conditioning and glasses of fresh juice, your skin begins to act strangely. With acne, tanning and rashes, our skin often becomes oily and dull, rough but true, our skin becomes a victim of extreme heat, sweat, dryness, pollution and dust. Summer can be very harsh. As the temperature rises, the sebaceous glands (sebaceous glands) become overactive, leading to skin problems like pimples, acne, rashes, and more. Therefore, we need a proper skincare routine as the first line of defense. While sunscreens, aloe vera gel, and other topical applications act as a temporary fix, paying attention to what you eat and drink can make a difference.
We all know how important it is to drink enough water during the summer. Proper hydration and detoxification take us one step closer to the goal of healthy skin. We found some popular drinks that you can download for radiant, radiant, and smooth skin.
Skin Care: 5 Desi Drinks To Add To Your Summer Diet:
Picture this: a tall glass of lassi with a thick layer of cream; It looks delicious, doesn’t it? We love to eat cups of lassi during this season. Thanks to Dahi, it not only refreshes us, but also keeps many skin problems at bay. Dahi is a rich source of antioxidants that help soothe itchy skin and make it soft and supple. So eat lassi this summer for healthy skin.
Another suburban summer drink we crave is chas. A cold cup of chas with jeera tadka and curry leaves will calm our stomachs in no time. It also helps regulate metabolism and bowel movements, which has a positive effect on our skin.
Come summer and look for excuses to taste delicious mangoes. From eating them as is to adding them to many recipes, we make the most of our mangoes during the season. One of these popular mango-based recipes is aam panna. This drink is calming and delicious and leaves a strong aftertaste on our palate. In addition, the mango is full of vitamins A, C and beta-carotene that protect our skin from sun damage.
How can we forget about the classic nimbu paani ?! The easiest and most popular of all, nimbu paani is a reservoir of vitamin C that helps detoxify and rejuvenate our skin from within.
If you are looking for an option that not only hydrates you but also helps curb your appetite, then Sato Sorbet is the answer to all your questions. Made with sattu, lime powder, sugar, salt, red pepper powder, and more, this drink is delicious and healthy at the same time. In addition, the inclusion of sato makes the drink rich in iron that increases the health of your skin and prevents cell damage. Click here to see the recipe.
Try these drinks and enjoy healthy and nourished skin this summer. And if you have healthy skin drink recipes, do share them with us in the comments section below.